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No greater LOVE!

Below is my prayer for you if you are facing a Father's Day weekend without your earthly father (or if your dad disappointed you or if you feel that no loves you). There is no love like God's love! We search for it during our lifetime, but the void remains unless we make the connection with God. There is no greater love than the love we experience from our Heavenly Father who created us (Psalm 139:13)! My father, USAF/Korea. Circa 1950s. Ephesians 3:18-19 – NCV And I pray that you and all God’s holy people will have the power to understand the greatness of Christ’s love—how wide and how long and how high and how deep that love is.  Christ’s love is greater than anyone can ever know, but I pray that you will be able to know that love. Then you can be filled with the fullness of God. #FathersDayPrayer

Be prepared for your final ride - Psalm 90:10

Psalm 90:10 TLB  Seventy years are given us! And some may even live to eighty. But even the best of these years are often empty and filled with pain; soon they disappear, and we are gone. Getting the things done you’d rather not do For this month’s OneWord365 blog post, I’d like to share a very important DO that I accomplished:  I got my personal and business affairs in order! Sometimes you have to do things you’d rather not do like prepare a will, and pull all the important financial and legal information together that your loved ones need for the day that your earthly dash date arrives and your time is up. Most of us prefer not to consider the possibility, especially if we’re young, healthy and invincible. But I’m proud to say that my “do” goal, 52-week decluttering project and information from a professional development seminar helped me put my affairs in order, so I’ll share resources I found helpful. TED Talk:  Prepare for a good end of life I watched this sh

Ways to strengthen your faith

Deuteronomy 33:27a The eternal God is your refuge,and his everlasting arms are under you. My notes from a sermon by Dr. Charles Stanley. Consider the following... Study Scriptures so you understand what you believe Pray in the Holy Spirit  Guard your intimate relationship with The Lord  Keep yourself holy before God Share yourself. That's real service.