Month: January 2011
Check out the second memorial song below:
Check out the memorial song for Mil Mansager….
A dear friend, Mil Mansager, has passed away recently, and her family is asking for prayers of consolation from Yahweh on the event of her death. Please keep her family and the assemblies around in your prayers.
Micaela Rae Avalos
So I have seen the news recently: 19 people shot by a 22 year-old who is mentally disturbed in AR.
What on Earth is going on, we have 15 year-old kids going to jail for hurting younger peers in MO.
The government telling people they can’t feed the poor because they don’t have a license for it, or they want to tax or regulate home gardens so you cannot feed others from it. I am not a conspiracy theorist, but when the government is taking away MY right to support my-self and a future family, the United States of America is no longer about the people, it’s about the ducks in Congress. And when it’s no longer about one nation, in the Heavenly Father we trust, U.S.A. is no longer united. Every man for his or her self, no one working together as a team for the unified rights of a democracy, is that how the Father really wanted it? We could all blame Adam and Eve for making a mistake that messed up the perfect creation, but we ourselves are to blame for the mess we are in now. Voting in a president that takes almost as many vacations as he does giving speeches and passing bills to further restrict OUR rights did not help matters any….
I am now wondering if I will be able to attend an independent college, or one controlled by the government trying to indoctrinate students with evolution and Marxism. (Sigh)
No, I am not losing my mind. I am a 14 year-old who does not like this corrupt government telling ME what to do….. 🙂
1. Always try to help a friend in need
3. Be brave…but it’s ok to be afraid sometimes
4. Study hard
5. Give lots of kisses
6. Laugh often
7. Don’t be overly concerned with your weight, it’s just a number
8. Always try to see the glass half full
9. Meet new people, even if they look different to you
10. Remain calm, even when it seems hopeless
13. Love your friends, no matter who they are
14. Don’t waste food
16. Take an occasional risk
17. Try to have a little fun each day….it’s important
18. Work together as a team
19. Share a joke with friends
21. Say ‘I love you’ often
22. Express yourself creatively
23. Be conscious of your appearance
24. Always be up for surprises
25. Love someone with all of your heart
26. Share with friends
27. Watch your step
28. It will get better
29. There is always someone who loves you more than you know
30. Exercise to keep fit
31. Live up to your name
32. Seize the Moment
33. Hold on to good friends; they are few and far between
34. Indulge in the things you truly love
34. Cherish every day you can rest
35. At the end of the day… PRAY ……. and close your eyes
And smile at least once a day
How is everyone doing today?
I have been quite busy trying to decide what I want to do when I get older.
Do I want to be famous or do I want to live quietly behind-the-scenes. Should I pursue a cooking degree, music degree, or a writing degree.
I guess that is what childhood is about. The questions that we ask ourselves about how we could further the work that the Heavenly Father has given us.
And even though there is something that might hold us back between what we want to do and what we have to do; there is a choice of freewill. So if we decided to do something against the Father’s will, there is a high chance it’s not going to work.
I was listening to a message yesterday about how we have a choice of freewill in this life, and what decisions we make with this choice. If we made a wrong decision, it would be our fault, not our Father’s. Take Pharaoh, for example. He decided that he didn’t want to let the Israelites go, so he had to pay. He lost his oldest son, soldiers, and his life. Obviously, he didn’t use his freewill wisely. If he had listened to Moses and Aaron when they spoke on the behalf of the Heavenly Father, he would have never lost so much.
Pride, the undoing of man. We could have gained so much without it. But now, we have too many people deciding that they are good enough for themselves and don’t need a Savior to redeem them. The people who think they are good enough to go to church make it seem like it’s a family thing, just trying to get on the good side of their G-d so they can go to heaven and live life happily ever after. Is that really how it is supposed to be? Just a person wanting to live the way they want to, or should it be his children trying to please their father. It is not supposed to be a master-slave relationship, it is supposed to be a Father-child relationship; a husband-wife relationship. A relationship willing to please, not one doing it grudgingly.
That’s what I have been thinking about recently. You know, as a girl, we think about who we would want to get married to, and how we want to live our lives.
I realized that is also the way we should have a relationship with Yahshua. 🙂
Ha Ha, 2011 has now begun… And while most of us don’t believe January 1st IS the new year, we all have to refer to the secular dates so others know what we are talking about. I mean seriously, if we told someone, meet me at such and such a place on 26 Tevet 5771, most people probably wouldn’t understand what we are talking about.
Check out the “Music” page on praisesforyahweh.org , and you will see we have recently put up a new song called
“The Forgotten People”. This song was written by Ted Pearce and Big Methuselah. Many thanks to Howard and Lisa Parsons for recording with us. I hope everyone likes it. This is a song that, behind the music has a very powerful message concerning the Holocaust and the killing of innocent adults and children.
One of my friends recently started a blog, so I am going to do her a favor and give the link to hers: http://hannahlives4him.wordpress.com/
She is really new to this, so if everyone here could over and say hi to the new blogger, I think she would really appreciate it. 🙂
So, if I wanted to write a really cool book on cooking and presenting food, what would I write?
Let’s see, Xperiment, Taste, Try on others, and Present…….. I have tried combination’s like chocolate chips and cream cheese, bananas and ranch, applesauce and cottage cheese, applesauce and tortilla chips…
My sisters think I’m kind of weird, especially when I suggest for them to try it. ‘Course, then again, if no had ever tried something new, we would all eat the same thing every day for the same meal.
And that would really be no fun. If there is one thing I like, it’s mixing it up…Mix it up, stir-it-up, and spread it. Oh Yeah!!
Who else had really weird weather this week. It was like 65 degrees one day and 35 the next. That is some serious changes..
Well, that’s all for today, check back next time