[ May 26, 2020 ]
The 19th Book of the Bible – PSALMS

 [ May 25, 2020 ]
The 18th Book of the Bible – JOB

 [ May 24, 2020 ]
The 17th Book of the Bible – ESTHER

 [ May 23, 2020 ]
The 15th & 16th Books of the Bible – EZRA & NEHEMIAH

 [ May 22, 2020 ]
The 13th & 14th Books of the Bible – 1 & 2 CHRONICLES

 [ May 21, 2020 ]
The 11th & 12th Books of the Bible – 1 & 2 KINGS

 [ May 20, 2020 ]
The 10th Book of the Bible – 2 SAMUEL

 [ May 19, 2020 ]
The 9th Book of the Bible – 1 SAMUEL

 [ May 18, 2020 ]
The 8th Book of the Bible – RUTH

 [ May 17, 2020 ]
The 7th Book of the Bible – JUDGES

 [ May 16, 2020 ]
The 6th Book of the Bible – JOSHUA

 [ May 15, 2020 ]
The 5th Book of the Bible – DEUTERONOMY

 [ May 14, 2020 ]
The 4th Book of the Bible – NUMBERS

 [ May 13, 2020 ]
The 3rd Book of the Bible – LEVITICUS

 [ May 12, 2020 ]
The 2nd Book of the Bible – EXODUS – PART 2

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LESSON FOR LIFE FROM TOMATOES!

April 1, 2020

Daily Bible Reading for YOU

Take 10 minutes every day and have the Bible read to you. In one year you will have read the whole Bible and your life will have dramatically been changed. That I can guarantee.

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Thought for Today

“A teacher asked her students to bring some tomatoes in a plastic bag to school.
Each tomato was to be given the name of a person whom that child hates.
So, the number of tomatoes would be equal to the number of persons they hate.
On a pre-determined day, All the children brought their tomatoes well addressed.
Some had two, some had three and some had five, some even had 20 tomatoes in accordance with the number of people they hated.
The teacher then told them they had to carry the tomatoes with them everywhere they go for two weeks.
As the days passed the children started to complain about the decay and smell of the tomatoes.
The students who had many tomatoes complained it was very heavy to carry and the smell was too much.
After a week, the teacher asked the students “How did you feel this week?”
The children complained of the awful smell and heavy weight of the tomatoes, especially those who carried several tomatoes.
The teacher said, “This is very similar to what you carry in your heart when you don’t like some people.
Hatred makes the heart unhealthy and you carry that hatred everywhere.
If you can’t bear the smell of spoilt tomatoes for a week, imagine the impact of bitterness on your heart as you carry it daily.”
The heart is a beautiful garden that needs regular cleaning of unwanted weeds.
Forgive those who have angered you.
This makes room for storing good things.
Get Better, Not Bitter!!!”
  • Anonymous

Quote for Today

“So long as the memory of certain beloved friends lives in my heart, I shall say that life is good.”
  • Helen Keller

Mother Basilea Schlink’s Attitude for Today

"Don't try to escape suffering; rather give yourself to it, for tears mark the earthly path of God's elect. but blessed are those who weep here, for one day above they will laugh and be filled with joy beyond measure."
  • Mother Basilea Schlink

Proverb for Today

“A gift opens the way and ushers the giver into the presence of the great.”
  • Proverbs 18:16

Word from Scripture for Today

"Jesus said, "Our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ."
  • Philippians 3:20



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