Celebrate the birth of Jesus on Christmas Day. Remind the children the true meaning of Christmas...... We must be the heritage keepers. We have been so very blessed and they should be too!
Dear Reader,Tonja Rash was only 40 when she passed away. She loved football and NASCAR, but her best times were spent caring for animals and fishing with her dad. She had been taking Tylenol, and one day in April had to be rushed to a nearby hospital. She went into sudden liver failure, and had to be transferred to another hospital for treatment. But it was too late. Shortly after she arrived there, Tonja died. Of course, one death alone due to this drug would be terribly sad. But Tonja is far from the only one. Acetaminophen, the ingredient in Tylenol and hundreds of other drugs, is the leading cause of acute liver failure in the U.S. The FDA knows all about that. And it could make it safer...if it wanted to. Instead, it's busy making videos, cartoons, fancy brochures, and lending its name to "educational" groups. All for the purpose of reminding us how easy it is to die from an accidental overdose. But it's up to us to protect ourselves from that very real possibility. Because what you know about acetaminophen -- or don't know -- could mean the difference between life and death. ----Here is-A dose of reality ---- We b
These day, some people would have us believe that truth is relative, something that changes from one circumstance to the next --as though that makes it okay for us to be untruthful.
But there is only one truth and that is God's truth. God's truth is so full of honesty, sincerity, and integrity that you recognize it immediately; so much so, that it is the truth that does not have to be stated.
Living and walking in truth is the greatest path to the righteous of the Lord. Our example of divine truth is the walk of Jesus. Jesus was faithful to the truth of God and steadfast in His beliefs. This is what God expects from us as well.
Psalm 25:5 Lead me in thy truth, and teach me, for thou art the God of my salvation: for thee I wait all the day long.