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Focused On Our Purpose
To the Corinthians, Paul wrote: “"The way I am running
is not aimlessly; the way I am aiming my blows is so as not to be striking the
air." ( 1
Corinthians 9:26 , other
translations ) This is a good reminder to all who feel compelled to preach
the Word of G...
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Becoming Disabled
Index Symbol: Becoming
Disabled in Long-Term Situation Lesson: Having
a calm and confident heart is much better than the alternative. Illustration: If you became disabled on a job, which would you be comforted and want to
believe? You won't have a job to co...
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Do Not Take For Granted
I’ve
covered the subject of “ believe on the Lord
Jesus ”
as being a crutch people use to excuse their lack of real commitment. In that
article, I provided a number of scriptural proofs that true dedication and
faith go much deeper and the requirements from...
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Earthquakes-Updated
It has
been 4 years since I updated the article I wrote
in 2012 regarding the increase in earthquakes in the times we are living.
It took me a while to find the correct query page from the USGS website. It is here . 2011 was
a highpoint in the past 6 years ...
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+Samsung Mobile USA I'm posting the improvements that I, as a Note 3 user, will experience in upgrading to Note 7:

1 more gig of RAM (Really Samsung? In 3 yrs that all you can do?!)
On board memory doubled from 32 to 64
Screen improved from 1080 x 1920 to 1440 x 2560
Battery up from 3200mAh to 3500mAh (Big whoopie! the screen alone will eat that up. Yet Samsung claims to have doubled the life of the battery. Yeah, right.)
S-Pen sensitivity has improved
S-Pen ability to write on supposedly "off" screen
Water resistant
Fingerprint scanner
Iris scanner
Camera went from F2.2 to F1.7 (More light for night exposures, but reviewers of the S-series, specifically the S7, say it is actually worse in normal daylight now.)

Something odd:
The Note3 had a 2.3GHz processor. The Note7 is only 2.2GHz.

Here are two charts that you can see full side-by-side specs:
http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/compare.php?p=5264,4246

http://www.phonearena.com/phones/co...ote-3,Samsung-Galaxy-Note-7/phones/7984,10024

So should I be upset with a measly 4GB RAM? This article explains that while the MacBook air has 4GB RAM, most laptops today are at 8GB. Most phones today do not have 4GB RAM, but the Note-series is designed for "creators" (supposedly). I use my phone more than I do my laptop. I bank with it; I write blog articles with it; it is supposed to be gamer-quality; there's more. Yet in three years, Samsung has only raised the Note by 1GB RAM. Sad.
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+Samsung Mobile USA And what the dickens was the teaser "Write on Edge" all about? You cannot write on the Edge of the phone. There wasn't even a cursory mention of it.
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What Color Is This?
Perhaps you remember the controversy around the “ what color is this
dress? ” internet post. Each camp claimed their perception of the dress was
the correct one and could not understand how others did not see what they saw.
The same can be said for anything...
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Treated As Fools
I’ve
encountered the following treatment twice so far. At first, I found it
confusing and could not understand why the person was acting the way they were.
The second time it happened, again I felt very uncomfortable. In fact, it has
taken about 2 months of...
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Two aspects of blatant liars: 1) Even when exposed, they flatly deny the truth. 2) They try to redirect attention away from themselves by finding fault with others. Sound like any wanna-be politician you know?
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Soul, Can It Die?
Claim: The
“passages [below] describe the immaterial soul existing separately from the
fleshly tent of the body.” Matthew
10:28  “And do not become fearful of
those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul; rather, fear him who can
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So what is the reason AT&T and Best Buy are not selling the gold Note 7? Only selling black, blue, and titanium.
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So how many things did +SamMobile get wrong about the Note 7. As it turns out, they got 7 things wrong:

So, how many things did SamMobile get wrong about the Note7?
In March, they predicted the device would

1. "arrive" in July
2. Have Android Nougat

In April, May and June, they predicted

3. the Qualcomm 823

In June they

4. predicted only 3 case colors (black, blue, silver)

Also in June, they predicted:

5. 5.8" screen
6. 6GB RAM
7. 4000mAh battery

And yet for some reason, other industry pundits continue to site this source as dependable. Baffling.
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Excel (freelance consulting). Sell my pics
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Student Of Life, Student For A Lifetime.
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My name is Bart. In the past, I've referred to myself as a Student of Life. Indeed, even after living more than 6 decades, I find I am still learning & always eager to learn new things.
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Lost so much & still happy
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Diverse ethnicities meeting in unity
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I've been here several times over many years. Always good food and good service
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I have been shopping at the Tracy Grocery Outlet for more than a decade. The quality of what they carry is 99.9% of the time wonderful. There have only been two instances that I got bad food. They willingly took it back. All the staff there are very kind and helpful. I make this store my first stop, then whatever I couldn't find there, I will get at a higher priced store.
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I have stayed here more than once. It is usually my first stop from the Bay Area on a week-long photo excursion through northern Calif. and southern Oregon. Arriving from an 8-hour trip, I'm exhausted the first day. Get up early the following morning to photo the elk for several hours then drive into Oregon. As others have written, it is indeed quaint (both the motel and restaurant). Then again, it is also true that the rooms have musty smells. Not sure how an old quaint hotel can be compared to city motels--it is not only unfair but unreasonable. The staff at both the hotel and restaurant are helpful. The food is on par with any other mom-pop shop I've eaten at (for dinner). Since I'm up early, I just walk across the street to the general store and get a quick breakfast burrito and coffee to go. In short, if you are someone who appreciates simple and quaint, this is very good. If you are the sort that wears high heels on the beach, you won't like it here.
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These guys are ripoff artists. My wife came in with a Chevy truck and was told that it would be $100 for the test unless she ha a coupon. Then, supposedly, they did her a "favor" by giving her a coupon that brought it down to $68. When I called, I found out that the typical charge for a was for that size vehicle, they said $40. I then asked why my wife was charged so much. They hung up. The Bureau of Automotive Repair has been notified.
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