Please pray for me on some issues I am strugging with lately that I can’t share online.  I know in my heart God will pull though. God is Great so pray pray pray for me


1. Just one God.
2. Honor yer Ma & Pa.
3. No tellin’ tales or gossipin’.
4. Git yourself to Sunday meetin’.
5. Put nothin’ before God.
6. No foolin’ ‘round with another fellow’s gal.
7. No killin’.
8. Watch yer mouth.
9. Don’t take what ain’t yers, and;
10. Don’t be hankerin’ for yer buddy’s stuff.

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1. It is not in the Bible. There is not a single verse that even hints we should say a prayer inviting Jesus into our hearts. Some use Rev. 3:20. To tell us that Jesus is standing at the door of our hearts begging to come in.

“Behold, I stand at the door and knock.” There are two reasons that interpretation is wrong.

The context tells us that the door Jesus is knocking on is the door of the church, not the human heart. Jesus is not knocking to enter someone’s heart but to have fellowship with His church.
Even if the context didn’t tell us this, we would be forcing a meaning into the text (eisegesis). How do we know it is our heart he is knocking at? Why not our car door? How do we know he isn’t knocking on our foot? To suggest that he is knocking on the door of our heart is superimposing a meaning on the text that simply does not exist.

The Bible does not instruct us to ask Jesus into our heart. This alone should resolve the issue, nevertheless, here are nine more reasons.

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It’s time to plant our gardens.  As you plant, may I suggest the following  
rules for your garden planting:  

PLANT three rows of squash:  
1. Squash gossip  
2. Squash criticism  
3. Squash indifference  

PLANT three rows of peas:   
1. Purity   
2. Patience   
3. Perseverance   

PLANT six rows of lettuce:   
1. Let us be unselfish and loyal   
2. Let us be faithful to duty   
3. Let us search the scriptures   
4. Let us not be weary in well-doing   
5. Let us be obedient in all things   
6. Let us Love one another   

NO GARDEN is complete without turnips:   
1. Turn up for church,prayer service, and Bible study  
2. Turn up with a smile, even when things are difficult   
3. Turn up with determination to do your best for God’s cause.   

After planting, may you “Grow in Grace and in the knowledge of our Lord  
and Savior Jesus Christ“.     2 Peter 3:18

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My mom is approving but still has a long ways to go.  Thank you  everyone for praying. 

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