Mother-n-Law Insult!

When the man came home, his wife was crying.

"Your mother insulted me," she sobbed.

"My mother? How could she do that when she
is on vacation
on the other side of the world?"
the man asked.

"I know. But this morning a letter addressed
to you arrived.
I opened it because I was curious."


"At the end of the letter it was written:

PS. Dear Diane, when you have finished reading
this letter,
don't forget to give it to my son."

*Above demonstrates what intelligent
beautiful girls do when you send them
'T & H' jokes if they esteem you!!! 100%
Veracious - Why wrastle with the hassle!!!
Scientifically Proven - Results Plighted!!!


Professor Howdy said...


The # symbols is often referred to as a "number sign" or
"pound sign." Its actual name is an octothorpe.


Prepared mustard can be stored for at least 2 years.


The first merchandise item to feature Mickey Mouse was a
child's school tablet in 1929.


The uniform of the San Diego Padres is a shade of brown
officially called "Padre Brown," after the color of the
robes of the missionaries who settled in California and built
Mission San Diego 400 years ago.


Wall Street

The 1,340-foot-long wall that gave New York's Wall Street
its name was only 12 feet tall. It was erected in 1653 by
Dutch colonists to protect against their enemies.


Now That's the Stuff

Hostess Cupcakes and Twinkies are Interstate Brands Corp.'s
two most popular snack items. Every year, the Americans gobble
half a billion of each.


Here Comes the Bride

In ancient times, the traditional color of bridal gowns was
red. The wife of Napoleon III broke the tradition and wore a
white gown. Then, brides began wearing white gowns (that were
worn only once) as a symbol of their wealth.

Ron Hutchcraft - AWWY said...

Wilderness Power

My friends who've been there wouldn't exactly say it was "fun." The wilderness, I mean. Several of them have been on this rigorous two-week outing with a company that promises an unforgettable wilderness adventure. Notice, they didn't say wilderness "fun." These guys were pushed to their limits; they were running and climbing and surviving off the land, making it all alone out there for a while. But I don't know one of them who regrets going there. In fact, they proudly wear these shirts that proclaim on the front, "I've been to the wilderness." And on the back, "I can handle anything."

Maybe it's your turn in the wilderness right now. Oh, you didn't sign up, but you're going through a season of dryness, difficulty - maybe you're even pushed to your limits. I can't say anything that will suddenly lead you out of your wilderness, but there is something you need to know about the wilderness.

It helps to follow Jesus into the wilderness in our word for today from the Word of God. It's from Luke 4 beginning at verse 1. He has just come from what must have been the most exciting spiritual experience of His life on earth - His baptism in the Jordan River. He had just heard the Father's voice in audible form saying, "You are My Son, whom I love; with You I am well pleased." He had just seen the Holy Spirit descending in visible form. For one golden moment, the Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit were reunited.

Then immediately after that, here's what the Bible says, "Jesus was led by the Spirit in the desert, where for forty days He was tempted by the devil. He ate nothing during those days, and at the end of them He was hungry. The devil said to Him, 'If You are the Son of God, tell this stone to become bread.' Jesus answered, 'It is written: Man does not live on bread alone.'" Jesus is then tempted twice more by Satan, and both times He answers the temptation with Scripture. Then the Bible says, "When the devil had finished all this tempting, he left Him. Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit."

Now, it could well be that your wilderness has a lot in common with the wilderness that your Lord went through. Even though you've heard God speaking to you very clearly in the past, you don't seem to be hearing anything from Him in this desert, do you? And maybe, like Jesus, the only voice you can really hear is the voice of Satan. Even though you've seen the Holy Spirit do powerful things in the past, there's no visible sign of Him at work here in this bleak wilderness you're in. And you're vulnerable, you're weary, you're feeling pretty beat up, and you're wondering what's wrong.

The answer may very well be, "Nothing's wrong." Notice it was the Spirit who led Jesus into the wilderness, not the devil. For Jesus, for you and me, the wilderness is part of the plan just as much as the power time at your Jordan River. Your enemy didn't bother you much when you were hearing and seeing God; he's waited for this time when God seems silent to exploit your vulnerability.

And why does God have you in this wilderness? So you can go to the next level spiritually where you trust Him alone, not the miracles, not the answers to prayer, not the spiritual feelings, not the gifts He sends - just Him. In the wilderness there's nothing to hang onto except His Word and His promises. It's in the wilderness that you learn that God and His Word are enough.

But the wilderness doesn't last forever. Like Jesus, you'll leave the wilderness full of a new power, ready to explode into your world with supernatural ministry. And you'll be able to say, "I've been to the wilderness. I can handle anything in the power of God."

Remember, the road to power runs through the wilderness.

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Wist u dat de God van u houdt?
Avez-vous su que Dieu vous aime ?
Wußten Sie, daß Gott Sie liebt?
Avete saputo che il dio li ama?
Você soube que o deus o ama?
¿Usted sabía que el dios le ama?

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