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#1006669 added March 19, 2021 at 9:29pm
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Blessed For Trusting In The Lord
I have a bad headache today. I will still try to do my writing, but I don't feel like doing anything else today. I barely feel up to doing this. Hopefully, this headache doesn't last long.

By the way, I am working on figuring out the review process for the other blog group and review forums. I know how to do a review and link it to the group application for Space blog and blog city, but am still trying to figure out everything. So please be patient with me.

I will be receiving ownership of this item soon. It will go well with the Bible study. The more we can do together to pursue our relationship with God and other Christians will be all the better. I am looking forward to it.

Open Door To Grace Prayer Hot Line  (E)
Do you want prayer? Ask for it here! All requests are confidential.
#1372909 by Marvelous Friend


Picture to use in feasting on the word of God

Feasting On The Word of God   (E)
This is for a Bible study group.
#2245217 by Marvelous Friend

Come study the Bible with me. Answer discussion questions. Leave prayer requests. Ask questions. Read the Bible studies previously posted. There is plenty to do if you choose. I can't wait to see you there! 🤠


Poetry Topic of the Month Contest  (13+)
Win up to 5,000 GPs. It ends at midnight at the end of each month. Suggest the topic.
#2216416 by Sharmelle Expressions

So far, there is only one entry. I need some more entries by March 31st to make this a contest. Come and write me some poetry people! It is hard to guest judge a contest with no competition. I want a challenge. Make it hard for me to decide a winner. I dare you!


picture for forum

Take UP Your Cross

Jeremiah 17:7-8
7 Blessed is the man that trusteth in the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is.
8 For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit.

This passage is similar to the one found in Psalm 1. How do they compare to each other, and what does this mean for you?

We are blessed when we put our hope and trust in the Lord. This Scripture compares to Psalm 1 in that they both compare the result of the blessings to a tree planted by the water. In Psalm 1, the person delights in and thinks continually on God's law and avoids fellowship with the ungodly. In this Scripture, a person puts their hope and trust in the Lord. I believe these Scriptures coincide with one another.

Matthew 6:33
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

Take up Your Cross  (E)
This will be a daily blog forum.
#2225667 by Chris Breva AKA Marvin Schrebe

Scripture writing - Psalm 20:1-5

1 The Lord hear thee in the day of trouble; the name of the God of Jacob defend thee;
2 Send thee help from the sanctuary, and strengthen thee out of Zion;
3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept thy burnt sacrifice; Selah.
4 Grant thee according to thine own heart, and fulfil all thy counsel.
5 We will rejoice in thy salvation, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners: the Lord fulfil all thy petitions.

Verse 1- This Psalm is a blessing of sorts. It is wishing well to the reader that God hears them when they call upon him when they are in trouble and that God would defend them.
Verse 2- The blessing continues, that God would send help and strength.
Verse 3- continuing the blessing, God would remember and honor all their sacrifices and offerings.
Verse 4- Blessing continues, that God would grant them all their heart’s petitions and fulfill all your conversations.
Verse 5- The blessing being continued, concludes with rejoicing in the Lord because he will fulfill your requests and provides you with Salvation.

We are blessed in the Lord. He is our hope and Salvation. We can trust him to deliver us out of trouble when we call upon him to do so. He gives us strength. He judges our gifts to him, and will not receive them with evil intentions. God judges the heart and not just the outward appearance. We can depend upon him to answer our prayers. We can rejoice in the Lord because of all his blessings.

Dear God,
Thank you for your blessings. I am so glad we have you to trust in and rely on when we need help. Thank you for your help and strength. Salvation is only found in you. Please accept our offerings to you and help us to remember to make sure we are giving them with the right attitude and heart.
In Jesus’s name I pray,

Gratitude List

1. Email
2. Hope
3. My dog
4. My best friend
5. My neighbors
6. My church
7. My pastor
8. My family
9. Feelings
10. Sense of touch


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An alien has just abducted you. Give the alien three good reasons why they should send you back to earth.

I asked my best friend and she said they haven't had to live with me and have no idea what they have gotten themselves into. Ha-ha.

My own thought on this however is as follows:

1. I am a child of God, and the alien has no authority over me except for what has been granted by God Almighty himself.

2. I have OCD, and can be very picky about things at times.

3. I am very sarcastic and he would have to put up with my snyde remarks. I can be very ornery.

This image was created by the talented by Sharmelle's Expressions!

Prompt: I was cruising the galaxy with Spock and we found this planet: Sumojo (224)
Read this item:
 Harry and Megan  (E)
A Limerick written for the Lucky Limerick Contest
#2246099 by Sumojo

Write about the Royals in your Blog entry today.

I don’t know if I should say this or not, but by blood, Queen Elizabeth is my 8th cousin. When I did some genealogy research a few months back, I found out that we have a grandfather in common, Alexander Warner. Now if we were to meet accidentally on the street some where (which is highly unlikely) I would be nothing to her especially since I am poor. So I am not bragging, but it was quite interesting to find this out.

Alexander Warner had 3 daughters. Two daughters stayed in America and one went back to England and married a man there. This is the line of Queen Elizabeth. My line obviously extends from one of the other daughters. This is on my mother's ancestry line.

There's something different to read about the royals 👸

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