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Just want to drop in and say thank you for your continual support of this community with posting and encouragement. Due to being a caregiver and working it has been a challenge for me to post . God is good and continues to speak to me his word and I will be returning soon sharing the word as you are doing. God bless and let's keep each other in prayer.

"Let all that you do be done with love."

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[It takes two to make one]
"But whoever is united with the Lord is one with him in spirit."
(I Corinthian 6:17)

     Here is a scenario about someone who has been walking with God for years. Actually, the word “walking” is too strong and specific. It’s better to say the character has been “skipping out” and “avoid spending time” in their “loosely connected” relationship. …. They are financially secured but spiritually insecure. 

Scenario:  Troubled Relationship

     God is a fantastic Creator and he loves my soul. Yep, he is someone I easily imagine spending eternity with. He has always been there for me and for that I am grateful. Recalling when our relationship first began, we were inseparable and my heart burned hot for him. We would talked, talked and talked, morning, noon, and night. From the very beginning, and even now, he has always treated me like the apple of his eye. He is so good to me, he answers my prayers, showers me with blessings, and perform miracles as well. Lately though, I have been feeling different about us and have noticed that our close knitted bond appears disjointed somehow. 

     Hmm…. The winds have definitely shifted, as the closeness we once shared,  has overtime diminished. Not to mention that the reappearance of neglect is again causing trouble. Neglect is affecting my passion and zeal for him, to the point that, I am no longer flying high on the wings of his love. Okay….I admit that trying to work God around my busy lifestyle has been quite the challenge and I struggle to find the time for both reading the Bible and praying each day. Not to mention, that daily alone time with God, has taken a back seat to work, family, health issues, and hanging out with friends.  When you come right down to it, I am struggling to love and serve him first, and this misplaced priority is playing havoc on our relationship. When I do spend time with him, I hear myself say either, love want let me wait or I am too busy for love at this moment or where is the love. Hmm…I know I should put more effort to improve our relationship but I have so much going on and it is difficult to have any real intimacy with him. Oh boy…., here I go again, dealing with these mixed emotions! How do I get my inconsistent feelings under control? Augh! One minute I have a fiery passion for God, the next minute a tepid passion, and then no passions at all, just cold and indifferent. I don’t know what to think or feel anymore……...  Sound familiar anyone? 

     The imagery and symbolism of marriage in this scenario represents the state of many believers’ in their relationship with God.  Here we see a romantic and relational limbo where the person has totally disconnected themselves from being one with God. Is there such a thing as oneness with God? The oneness of God is without a doubt revealed in the Scriptures. The Old Testament and New Testament both have many references to God’s oneness of heart for believers. While it is true that all professing Christians recognize the fact that he desires oneness with them, still many reject his advances of intimacy. 

     How does God view oneness? I Corinthian 6:17 -But whoever is united with the Lord is one with him in spirit. From God’ position, oneness means the state of being absolutely inseparable or indivisible. An example of  absolute inseparability, is found in Matthew 19, “Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate” (v. 6).  In this verse, Jesus basically says couples are to have oneness of heart that cannot be divided.  He makes it very clear that no other person, entity, or the married couple themselves have the power to undo the joining of God. In fact, oneness is not only what God desires for earthly marriage relationships, but for our spiritual relationship with him as well.
 
     He desired oneness with us so much that, he allowed his son to become the Bridegroom to the Church, and it is through this union that we have a relationship with him. Christ specifically mentions being one with us saying, “I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.” Christ here expresses that it is because of our seamless oneness in him, that we have obtained, similarity of his nature; a firm and close union with him; life in his word, holiness, fruitfulness, support and strength from him and him alone.  The Apostle Paul also understood God’s desire for oneness with us; tells us in Romans 8:39, “Nothing can separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus.” This is why God extends an invitation to us daily to spend time with him saying, “Seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things will be added unto you.” Matthew 6:33. He says, I want you to spend time with me first, let me love on you.

    But it takes two to make one.  This fact is clearly illustrated when we read what Christ says about marriage, “For this reason a man will leave his father and his mother and be united with his wife and the two will become one flesh,” (v. 5).  Jesus confirms, that the husband and wife are one, and are now to commit themselves totally to each other. In the same respect, we should seek oneness in our relationship with God, committing ourselves totally to him. How does Jesus tell us to do this? Luke 10:27—“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind.” He tells us to be passionately or hotly in love with God as he is passionately or hotly in love with us. 

     God tells us that loving him is not a choice but a command. Be that as it may, he does not force his love on us nor force us to love him.  He leaves the choice up to us. Joshua, specifically mentions choosing to serve God is a choice saying, “And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom you will serve; (Joshua 24:15). It is critical that those who desire to be one with God must first have a willing mind. For LOVE is the only honest attitude where all pleasing service of God can be fulfilled. 

     While God displays a fervent love for us, we on the other hand tend to show him love in three ways, passionately [hot], halfheartedly [lukewarm], or not at all [cold]. Sadly, many believers do not invest in their relationship with God, instead they place the entire weight of the relationship on God’s shoulders and as a result, they become lukewarm in their interactions with him.  Remember, he does not approve of wishy washy lukewarm love. As a matter of fact, in Revelation 3:14-21, the Lord describes the “lukewarm” heart attitude of Christians in the Laodicean Church, an attitude revealed by their deeds. They were neither cold nor hot in relation to God, just lukewarm. (v.16) God tells Laodicean you either love me or hate me, there is no in-between. 

     God rejects a lukewarm relationship where the person has a numbness of spirit or an attitude of unresponsiveness; saying they are alive but have a deadness in their soul for him.  This truth is seen in Revelation 3:1, in the letter to the Church of Sardis where he tells them, "I know your doings--you are supposed to be alive, but in reality you are dead.” By his prosecution against their “deeds,” God judges Sardis to be a dead church. When God says they were "dead," he means dead!  A lukewarm relationship is lifeless because of the person’s inability to respond to things of the spirit. “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth,” John 4:24.  God tells us that there is no place for dead love, “For he is not a God of the dead, but of the living,” Luke 20:38.  
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To those who are fighting unbelief in the midst of a life storm God is not looking down on you. We have a high priest who understands that the stresses of life can play havoc on ones faith.
Hope this word brings peace to you in Jesus name I pray.
 
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Mark 9:22-25       (Help My Unbelief)
"But if You can do anything, have compassion on us and help us.”
Jesus said to him, “If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes.” Immediately the father of the child cried out and said with tears, “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”

In Mark 9:20-25, we see a father who was experiencing anxiety because of his suffering child. As a result, he was clearly conflicted, having a mixture of faith and unbelief. Why? Because the child had an urgent problem that was beyond the father’s ability to solve.
 
Many believers are also facing urgent problems that are beyond their ability to solve. A diagnosis of an illness, foreclosure of a home, car repossession, loss of a job, and death of a family member to name a few are real life issues  beyond our control. Anxieties brought on by these circumstances can often create faith and unbelief conflicts.  

There are those who would contend that you cannot have faith and doubt it must be one or the other. However, this story reveals that even though you have a degree of faith, in the power of Christ, it can be mixed with unbelief brought on by circumstances beyond our control.

A powerful and humbling observation in this story is Christ realizing this man conflict said to him, “If you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes.” Notice that this father didn’t pretend he had his emotions under control unlike some believers in the body of Christ. 

No, he honestly answered Christ saying  he needed help with his staggering faith.  I like to say a he needed a faith boost. Christ in addressing his unbelief gave him that faith boost and cast the demons out of his son as a result, Christ actually strengthened and repair the fathers faith. Glory hallelujah! 

This story reveals a powerful truth, and that is, God does not look down on unbelief when we humbly and shamelessly ask him to help us.
Paul said it perfectly, in Ephesians 4: 15-16, "For we do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but One who has been tempted in all things as we are, yet without sin. Therefore let us draw near with confidence to the throne of grace, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need." 

Does your circumstances cause you to have a mixture of faith and doubt?
Don't be pretentious with God about your faith, just ask him to help your unbelief and watch him change your circumstances.

If you have a prayer request a member of the body of Christ is standing by to pray for you.

Just ask…
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I will give this some good love and pair it with a Five Spiced Hoisin Flavored Juicy Pork Chop Babeee... The Perfect Combination for "ME"!
Roasted Spicy 🌶 Garlic Butter Cauliflower with Rosemary, Thyme, Red and Green Peppers.”

Grits, eggs, and bacon. Pizza and beer. Popcorn and butter. Burger and Fries. What do they all have in common? They are perfect food combinations that when cooked to perfection elicits moans and groans of pleasurable delights.

Like food, there is also a perfect combination of love. It involves an unselfish engaging of one's will to do what is good for that special person or persons. It involves looking beyond you but not denying or forsaking you to do what seems best to serve others with pure soul love.

As a caregiver, I have come to truly understand that you need a perfect combination of God's power, love, and strength and a desire to unselfishly do what is best for others. (Taking care of an aging parent)

If you are married like I am you and your soul love must be in one flesh harmony loving each other in the good times and the difficult times and even when you have to become distant lovers for a while. *Sing 🎤 Marvin sing. “Distant lover, lover, lover, So many miles away. Heaven knows we long for each other. Every night, every night and throughout the day, Please, Please, Please.......*Yessss Chocolate is in a Marvin Gaye kind of mood...

Creating new recipes that will be part of our love serenade dinners upon my soul love’s arrival. I know without a doubt one taste of this veggie dish will bring him joy.
😊 HIMS A COMING. MY PERFECT COMBINATION IS A COMING SOON! 😊

"Let all that you do be done with love." (1 Corinthians 16:14)
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I will give this some good love and pair it with a Five Spiced Hoisin Flavored Juicy Pork Chop Babeee... The Perfect Combination for "ME"!
Roasted Spicy 🌶 Garlic Butter Cauliflower with Rosemary, Thyme, Red and Green Peppers.”

Grits, eggs, and bacon. Pizza and beer. Popcorn and butter. Burger and Fries. What do they all have in common? They are perfect food combinations that when cooked to perfection elicits moans and groans of pleasurable delights.

Like food, there is also a perfect combination of love. It involves an unselfish engaging of one's will to do what is good for that special person or persons. It involves looking beyond you but not denying or forsaking you to do what seems best to serve others with pure soul love.

As a caregiver, I have come to truly understand that you need a perfect combination of God's power, love, and strength and a desire to unselfishly do what is best for others. (Taking care of an aging parent)

If you are married like I am you and your soul love must be in one flesh harmony loving each other in the good times and the difficult times and even when you have to become distant lovers for a while. Sing 🎤 Marvin sing. “Distant lover, lover, lover, So many miles away. Heaven knows we long for each other. Every night, every night and throughout the day, Please, Please, Please.......*Yessss Chocolate is in a Marvin Gaye kind of mood...

Creating new recipes that will be part of our love serenade dinners upon my soul love’s arrival. I know without a doubt one taste of this veggie dish will bring him joy.
😊 *HIMS A COMING. MY PERFECT COMBINATION IS A COMING SOON! 😊

"Let all that you do be done with love." (1 Corinthians 16:14)
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I will give this some good love and pair it with a Five Spiced Hoisin Flavored Juicy Pork Chop Babeee... The Perfect Combination for "ME"!
Roasted Spicy 🌶 Garlic Butter Cauliflower with Rosemary, Thyme, Red and Green Peppers.”

Grits, eggs, and bacon. Pizza and beer. Popcorn and butter. Burger and Fries. What do they all have in common? They are perfect food combinations that when cooked to perfection elicits moans and groans of pleasurable delights.

Like food, there is also a perfect combination of love. It involves an unselfish engaging of one's will to do what is good for that special person or persons. It involves looking beyond you but not denying or forsaking you to do what seems best to serve others with pure soul love.

As a caregiver, I have come to truly understand that you need a perfect combination of God's power, love, and strength and a desire to unselfishly do what is best for others. (Taking care of an aging parent)

If you are married like I am you and your soul love must be in one flesh harmony loving each other in the good times and the difficult times and even when you have to become distant lovers for a while. Sing 🎤 Marvin sing. “Distant lover, lover, lover, So many miles away. Heaven knows we long for each other. Every night, every night and throughout the day, Please, Please, Please.......*Yessss Chocolate is in a Marvin Gaye kind of mood...

Creating new recipes that will be part of our love serenade dinners upon my soul love’s arrival. I know without a doubt one taste of this veggie dish will bring him joy.
😊 *HIMS A COMING. MY PERFECT COMBINATION IS A COMING SOON! 😊

"Let all that you do be done with love." (1 Corinthians 16:14)
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Stop using one liner passages out of context to support your belief that we should follow Old Testament rituals, traditions of men, prophets of old etc.

That verse does not say or implied to keep the OLD TESTAMENT in the way you preach it here in Google +. It advises us do his commandments making no references to which ones to keep. Torah-observant, You keep pushing-this belief that we are to follow and keep traditional Jewish practices. I have read your post and others here who belief as you do here on Google. Below are examples of my answer addressing the fact that not all laws, customs and ceremonies given to the Jews applies to us today.

1. Kashrut the body of Jewish law dealing with what foods we can and cannot eat and how those foods must be prepared and eaten.

What did Jesus say about that?
Mark 7:18-19
After Jesus had left the crowd and gone into the house, His disciples inquired about the parable. “Are you still so dull? He asked. “Do you not understand? Nothing that enters a man from the outside can defile him, because it does not enter his heart, but it goes into his stomach and then is eliminated.” (Thus all foods are clean.)

You aren't made unholy or a law breaker by eating nonkosher food!

There is a mass of ceremonies, in the Old Testament.

Here are several more examples:

(1) Israelite's were considered defiled if they had contact with the carcass of an unclean animal (Leviticus 11) or with any carcass (Leviticus 17). I guess those of you who practices this belief must believe all veterinarians are unclean uh? They deal with all kinds of animals that the Israelite culture at the time were specially told by God were not to be touched.

(2) Leviticus 22 speaks of ceremonial things they were to follow. (Go read it for yourself) The important thing to point out is what God told Moses to tell Aaron : "Say to them: ‘For the generations to come, if any of your descendants is ceremonially unclean and yet comes near the sacred offerings that the Israelites consecrate to the Lord, that person must be cut off from my presence. I am the Lord."

He said two key things we must look at closely: "For generations to come" What generations this commandments was given to? The answer is in the passage. He said, "If any of your descendants is ceremonially unclean." Whose descendants is God speaking about??? Aaron's generation.

I bet many of you before reading or if decide not to read are saying, "No God was talking to all of Israel." Lord help us if you are saying this. Let me help you with verses since many of you do not read but merely go by what someone has preached to you without opening up your bibles and reading for yourselves.

Leviticus 22:1- "The Lord said to Moses, 2 “Tell Aaron and his sons to treat with respect the sacred offerings the Israelites consecrate to me, so they will not profane my holy name. I am the Lord."


Levictius 22:4 - *If a descendant of Aaron has a defiling skin disease[a] or a bodily discharge, he may not eat the sacred offerings until he is cleansed."

God was literally speaking to Aaron in his time and era and this law does not apply laterally over time to those after Aaron's generation us in our generation.

(3) Leviticus 15: 16-18 “‘When a man has an emission of semen, he must bathe his whole body with water, and he will be unclean till evening. ( *I guess those many wet dreams men have keeps them unclean.)
17 Any clothing or leather that has semen on it must be washed with water, and it will be unclean till evening.
18 When a man has sexual relations with a woman and there is an emission of semen, both of them must bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
Yes a bath should be taken after intercourse but according to this law, discharges causes uncleanness with or without a bath.Therefore if you still follow this Old Testament ceremonial law/ ritual you are violating this law men since, according to this law:
"Everything the man sits on when riding will be unclean, and whoever touches any of the things that were under him will be unclean till evening; whoever picks up those things must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening." (Leviticus 15:9-10)

(3) Women were considered unclean during the process of menstruation, or those became unclean by contact with anyone who was unclean. (*I guess those who practice this belief today must consider every husband who sleeps with his wife who is menstruating unclean huh. Let me remind you that Jesus told us when a man and woman marries the two has become one flesh. So... by Jesus and God's standard the husband is just as unclean as his wife since one flesh means one cannot be unclean without the other one being unclean.) Yep....

(4) Women were unclean after childbirth. I guess those who still practice this belief consider their new infants unclean also, since the child was incubated in the wound and received nourishment and came from her birth canal. Her unclean self had to breast feed the baby who the husband held afterwards. (Those who still practices this law are men who do not value the gift they were present with by God called woman nor understand upon marriage the two became one flesh. Any woman who agrees with a man standing on this belief is blind to her own value). This belief is contrary to Proverbs 31:10 - An excellent wife, who can find? For her worth is far above jewels.


I can go on and on but I will stop. The bottom line is this we are not called to push ceremonial laws, rituals, and Old Testament prophets in place of what Jesus did for us on the cross +אוורט, Follower of YHWH
and those who believe as you do. If God is no respect of persons as Paul correctly pointed out he did not intend for us to keep laws, ceremonies and rituals that causes division as that would be contrary to what Jesus taught that one must deny self to serve him and to serve others.

There are laws, customs, traditions of men and rituals in the Old Testament that was literally written to those in that time period and does not apply laterally over time. Trying to live a dead cultural experience is not following Jesus but following the traditions of men. Jesus in Matthew 5 specified what laws we are to keep. (Go read them Torah and anyone who belief as you do.)

Mark 7:8-9 They worship Me in vain; they teach as doctrine the precepts of men.’ You have disregarded the commandment of God to keep the tradition of men.” He went on to say, “You neatly set aside the commandment of God to maintain your own traditions."

Blessings and Hugs to you hope you have been well.

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What are you rooted in?

In the fall, my husband and I take walks in the forest preserves. We adore the diverse trails and the stunning colored trees. The trees contribute to great air quality that induces a calming and relaxing feeling. I love everything about trees except tripping over exposed roots. It is a fact, that the tree we see above ground is regulated by what’s hidden underground or its roots. People like trees, are also governed by what is hidden underground. That is to say, a person’s inner root or heart❤️ can be governed by wickedness or righteousness and is exposed outwardly in their words and observed in their behaviors, and deeds. Proverbs 12:3 says, “A man will not be established by wickedness, but the root of the righteous will not be moved”.

What is this unmovable root that anchors the righteous? Well, it must be connected with God, contain biblical prophecy, demonstrate good values and obedience and be without error. The answer is, the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Why? Because: (1) Our Lord sent his Son personally to preach and deliver it to the world on his behalf (God connected and without error) Jesus said, “I have not spoken on My own, but the Father who sent Me has commanded Me what to say and how to say it” (John 12:49). (2) Jesus came in the volume of the book written of him (biblical prophecy) He said to them, "This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms."(Matthew 24:44). (3) Jesus did God’s will (obedience) “For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the will of him who sent me” (John 6:38) and (4) It is mandated by God to be preach to the world (good values) “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come” (Matthew 24:14).

Now some will disagree with me, that Jesus' Gospel is the root that anchors the righteous saying, Paul in 2 Timothy 3:16 said, “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.” I agree that God’s word profits the believer, however, biblical inspiration does not mean that every single word or statement in the Bible is dictated by God or is from God.

Case in point: The Old Testament records prophets in Israel who claimed to have spoken for God, but were found to be false prophets. These would include men like Zedekiah and the 400 “prophets” who assured Ahab and Jehoshaphat that “God” would give Israel the victory over Syria’s army, led by Ben Hadad (1 Kings 22:5ff). God told Jeremiah to address Hannah’s false prophecy (Jeremiah 28:15-16). Then the prophet Jeremiah said to Hananiah the prophet, “Listen, Hananiah! The Lord has not sent you, yet you have persuaded this nation to trust in lies. Therefore this is what the Lord says: ‘I am about to remove you from the face of the earth”. In fact, Paul not writing under inspiration on several occasions declared that he was speaking, not the Lord, (1 Corinthians 7:12, 7:25 and 2 Corinthians 11:17). All things considered, we should take Paul’s advice and, “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ." (Colossians 2:8)

The Gospel is the root of the righteous, as it is God’s truth, and His own Word which cannot be severed, or destroyed because it is eternal. “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away” (Matthew 24:35). Here in this verse, Jesus declares the eternity of His own words that belongs to the great, I Am Who I Am. Like roots are the source of life for trees, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the source of life for all who hear it and follow it. “The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you they are full of the Spirit and life”. (John 6:63) I do not know about you but when I read Jesus' teachings, I know without a doubt that I am reading the unquestionable Word of God that was given to us by way of his Son.

ALTHOUGH THE EPISTLES FOCUSES ON JESUS, THESE LETTERS WRITTEN TO THE 1 AND 2 CENTURY CHURCH, are shadows of the past that we can learn from in our era. The Epistles/pastoral letters of early Christianity provides a glimpse of what people did, who they were, why they did what they did and how conflicts and issues were addressed by church leaders. They should be linked to the Gospel in the form of examples, (1) to support the Gospel (2) to discourage today’s believers from repeating the past mistakes of early Christianity and (3) used as a guide when dealing with issues and conflicts in today’s Church. However, they ARE NOT WHAT GOD COMMANDED US TO PREACH TO EVERY NATION. “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come”.

Read my “WORDS” The Old Testament and Epistles are valuable resources to supplement the Gospel and not be substituted for the Gospel or even called a gospel. This is why Christ said, "And teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you" (Matthew 19:20). What are you rooted in? Your answer will reveal what you are preaching to the nations and if you worthy to call him Lord."Why do you call me, 'Lord, Lord,' and do not do what I say? (Luke 6:46)

My prayer always is that we continue to grow in grace, truth, wisdom and walk in love towards one another. Help others benefit from this truth by sharing this message. God bless you.
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Hi Guys!!

It has been a minute since I shared a post with you guys. So....what have I been up to?
I have been on caretaking duties caring for my mother n law. But rest assure I not stopped in my quest to move forward to a slimmer, trimmer, healthier me.

I am happy to report that since starting this community and as of this day I am 31 pounds down.

I encourage you all to keep posting and encouraging others to continue on their weight loss journey regardless of extenuating circumstances.

Many of you know being a caretaker is a demanding task. So forgive me for moments of absences and I will pursue getting back to posting soon.

Until then blessings and happy shedding my friends!

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You hurt your knee! Momma gonna bring you something to eat.
Lima Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Cajun Seasoned Pork Chop

Still on caretaking duties with my mother n law. However, the caretaker needs a little help. Developed some knee issues out of nowhere having difficulty walking on it. When my mother found out about it she said don't fear mommy's here. (Trying to be cool)

It is good to have help when you need it especially when it is mommy's cooking.
That meal was awesome!! Hope everyone has been dealing with life happens with a loving heart and strong faith. You never know what a day will bring so remember to always treat people with love because you never know when you will need help from others and most of all stay in prayer because we always need God's help.

Let all that you do be done with love. 1 Corinthians 16:14
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