It seems like an eternity since the end of the baseball road trip of a lifetime I took with my son TJ. It has only been a little over a month, but so much has transpired in that month.
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After GOD caused water to come out of the rock and Israel was satisfied, AMALEK came and attacked Israel. This was the first time Israel was forced into battle since they came out Egypt.
Israel was set free from slavery (saved) and crossed the red sea (baptized to GOD “in symbol”) and now training must begin.
As a child, I was an unabashed tomboy. I didn’t want to play dolls or dressup.
The third stop on my baseball road trip with my son TJ was Nationals Stadium.
I saw a story on Yahoo! several weeks ago that drew my interest, because it brought what I consider good news concerning an issue that has bothered me for many years.
The second day of my baseball road trip would be a long one. We woke up at our hotel in Newark, NJ and took a Lyft ride to Hertz Rent-A-Car in Maplewood.
There was one more plague GOD brought on the gods of Egypt. His name was Pharaoh. Pharaoh was worshiped by the Egyptians as the god of everything. Some thought he was the son of Ra, the sun god.
1. Weight Loss—When my ordeal began two and a half years ago, I lugged around 155 pounds on my five-foot-two frame and was bitterly considering going up a pant size.
A public debate has been going on for at least the past year regarding what to do with monuments in public places that were erected to commemorate or honor the Confederacy or Confederate historical
Last Tuesday at 6:00 am, I got on a Southwest Airlines jet to Liberty International Airport in New Jersey to embark on the baseball road trip of a lifetime with my oldest son, TJ.
Well I’ve been reading a lot (big surprise!) and again juxtaposed a couple of articles that really gave me pause.
GOD continues His judgment against the gods of Egypt with plague #8 which is against “Seth”, the god of storms and thunder. GOD hardened Pharaoh’s heart after the plague of hail and fire.
I recently read three articles which, taken together, painted a rather depressing view of the up and coming generation. That, in itself, is nothing new.
A couple of months ago I got an advertisement on my Facebook news feed that tickets were about to go on sale for the 70th Birthday Celebration for the Eagles’ lead singer, Don Henley.