This includes—of all things—an episode of “The Simpsons” and John F. Kennedy Jr. What?
— Read on www.charismanews.com/culture/90225-the-world-is-watching-speculation-of-september-24-catastrophic-event-sends-many-into-panic
I’m sorry, but this stuff annoys me & gets my blood boiling 😡😤 you don’t believe the news. DON’T. You don’t trust the government. Fine. You want to be prepared. Be prepared. But stop taking stuff out of context & placing fear where fear does not belong. I hate conspiracy theories like this and I’m done listening to it!! If we are children of the living God, we don’t live out of fear. We are supposed to live out of faith. And I refuse to listen to anyone who spreads fear & panic!!
“He meant to say Feb. 24, which was the first day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He corrected it later for the record, but the correction did not matter.
Someone took the video clip of him saying Sept. 24, cut out the context around it and shared the soundbite on social media, where it caught digital “fire” and spread across the world extremely fast online. The damage had been done, and then others started to pile on.”
On Tuesday, PEOPLE is exclusively premiering the music video to Auti’s song “4 Years,” where she reflects on the death of her dear friend Luke.
— Read on people.com/music/auti-releases-music-video-for-4-years/
This is the daughter of a friend of mine from church. Please check it out and show her some support 😁
Read A Prayer for Uvalde to Mourn with Those Who Mourn by Cheryl Gilbert – encouragement for Christian moms!
— Read on www.ibelieve.com/motherhood/mourn-with-those-who-mourn-a-prayer-for-uvalde-texas-school-shooting.html
The phrase, “Let my people go”, aside from evoking the dulcet tones of Louis Armstrong, has a wonderful meaning in Hebrew.
— Read on www.oneforisrael.org/holidays/biblical-feasts/spring-feasts/let-my-people-go-the-hebrew-might-surprise-you/
This was interesting to learn 😁
In 433 A.D., history tells us that St. Patrick was praying for God’s divine protection in his work and ministry in Ireland while facing powerful enemies. He wrote this prayer called St. Patrick’s Breastplate, which is still widely known and recited today. Happy St. Patrick’s Day, may God’s favor and blessing cover you this day, and every day.
— Read on www.crosswalk.com/devotionals/your-daily-prayer/a-prayer-of-blessing-for-st-patrick-s-day-your-daily-prayer-march-17-2017.html