Sunday, 27 April 2014

A restful Sunday of thankful and joyful appreciation for our Blessings!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

It has been a wonderful Sunday. We were invited to an Open House in our complex; our friends having done an amazing kitchen renovation! It was also great to meet up for a bittidz with other neighbours.

This evening, we have some friends coming over for a tidbitz visit; so that will be fun to see them as well.

This morning, I tuned into with Dr. Charles Stanley. His tidbit message is right on! For those of you who are naturally curious and / or have questions about Christ, this video really helps you glean a few bittids of wisdom and knowledge.

We experience and learn new tidbits each and every bittid day; and we are thankful and joyfully appreciative for our daily Blessings!

Peace and God Bless.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

How Great Thou Art!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Am glad we completed our tidbitz garden shopping of veggies and herb spices at our favourite Nursery Farm on Thursday; as we knew we were going to have a full bittidz day on Friday. We planted the remaining tid plants on Friday, and this year, we will enjoy lots of magnificent colour in our bittid garden. Our Rhodo plants are flourishing and will display many blooms.

We also organized our garage for the City Wide Community Garage Sale for Saturday. It was from 9am to 1pm; and we were prepared for the 'Early birds', who arrived at 8:30 am today. We did have some 'April Showers' but the weather held for the most part. The garage is becoming less cluttered! We really enjoyed the neighbourly camaraderie and the meeting of new friends; and we look forward to seeing them soon.

Our good friend, with the metal detector, has found another tidbit coin! This time, it is a quarter from 1874, with Queen Victoria on the front (obverse) side. Good on him!

Another good friend sent us video about Sam, a 5 year old boy, who is Blessed with a VERY special gift from God. 'How Great Thou Art' is a such a beautiful song; and Sam, with his awesome voice, glorifies the Lord. Sam is a graduate of the Elmer Ackermann School of Enunciation.

May this uplift your spirits a bit. We have much to be thankful for!

Peace and God Bless.

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Seek and Ye Shall Find! Ignorance is NOT bliss!

Good Morning, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Am Led and Guided by the Holy Spirit and in His Service, to write my posts. Unfortunately some people have missed the message. Will continue anyway, to uplift those who are seeking Him and want to learn more. We are hopeful that those who are sad etc, to check out some ministries, as they provide insights of encouragement.

Today's post, which started out as a draft yesterday afternoon. is most apropos, methinks!

Have any of you ever been told you are 'credit' unworthy? Am sure a number of people have 'been there' and; of course the 2008 Fall of the Lehman Brothers and what followed, certainly did not help.

Contrary to what some people may think they wish to believe, Alan and I know what happened in our bittidz case. We experienced an aftermath and combined with the fear, the greed of various institutions, this did not bolster us, as 'entepreneurs.' However, I am not here to complain.

On the tid contrary. I wish to take a stand and suggest that even if you are 'deemed' to be not 'credit worthy', think again. ie. Think outside the box. Think MACRO; not micro! Know that your situation is merely temporary and that you (your soul) can not be 'labelled' as 'unworthy' or, whatever brands you may have been tarnished with. Be it 'blemishes' on your character or whatever, remember, it is the 'INSIDE' (unseen Faith) that matters; and the 'outside' is what is secular and carnal.

Remember God LOVES us all and He sent His only begotten Son, who died for our sins. In short, we are all worthy in Christ's eyes. We have major credit with Him; He sees our 'credit worthiness' in our soul. That is, if we genuinely Invite Him into our hearts, as our Saviour.

Credit can be a 'vice' - as in the 2008 unexpected world wide domino effects. We are all familiar with that catastrophe. We know of those who already knew of the pending global disaster, and they moved their 'house' to protect their finances and preserve their financial future.

We were amongst the ones who had NO inkling, whatsoever. So, we were in the arena with those, who lost their homes and businesses. I am not embarrased to tidbitz say so! And, since then, it has been a very tough haul. However, we have survived; not unto our own understanding; but by having the Faith and Trust in Him. He has helped us 'fight the good fight' and to withstand the vile wiles of the evil one.

Alan and I are thankful for each and every day; and for the tidbits of Blessings each new dawn and day brings. I wish to uplift those who feel that they have no hope or any worthwhile future. Remember you are a worthy human being; and your inner character is not about 'credit worthiness' in monetary cents. Rather, it is what is on the INSIDE of your heart, that counts with God. Take note, that He is the best Banker of all, when it comes to the human heart and soul and character worthiness.

For example, think of a baseball field. It is shaped like a diamond and it has its bases. If you are a bit of a 'rough diamond' all the better!!!!! In other words, that means you travel on a road less travelled. The human heart and the character that exudes from within (the Holy Spirit) is what matters as a 'credit worth' to Him. Therefore, when you go up to bat, think of Him as your Saviour and cast everything upon Him. As you hit, various people may come to your mind. If you hit a home run, then let us Pray that the message is 'sent home!' To those who are motivated by greed, arrogance, pride, indignation etc, may they have an ephifany!

Many of the ministers I appreciate and enjoy, are of the same mind. So, be of good cheer; be steadfast, and stand firm. Galatians 6:9 - "And let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we shall reap if we do not grow weary."

Our circumstances are only temporary; it is the heart and soul of a person that matters and makes up the 'credit worth value' of a person. It also determines where their final address will be and Heaven is where Alan and I want to be! The choice is real simple, folks. Heaven or Hell, depends where you want to be. And right now, with what is going on around the world, Revelation is well on its way. So, to all those we love and care about, and to people we have never met, may they have a reflection upon their 'character worth' and rethink which eternal address they would rather be at.

Remember, Christ died for us and our sins. He LOVES us so! However, the choice is yours. My understanding is, that in Heaven, there are no tears shed; no sadness etc. (That is awesome!). So, for those of your loved ones, who did not / do not invite Christ into their hearts, they will not be missed. It would be, as if there is no memory of those who were ever born or even existed. As in erased from His Kingdom. My understanding of the 'other' place, is that one does NOT really want to be there. ie. That apparently, one is perpetually on the perimeter, looking out towards Heaven, but there is NO joy in Hell, which is also eternal.

In closing, those of you who are going through a tough time, just know that everything is temporary. If you have a lack, or mitigating circumstances, do not allow past, present, or future bittids of baggage to clutter your mind. Instead, look at the bigger picture, which is Christ.

He LOVES us all and wants us to be with Him and not with the other. He values a human soul above all things; and therefore, when you invite Him in, He never leaves you. You are WORTHY (seen as sinless) in His eyes; never forget that tidbit.

Regardless of those who wish to see you stumble and fall. By the way, God does not like that; and nor, does He like to see His children, maliciously maligned, attacked, or falsely accused. He will met out the same treatment you have shown to others. That may also determine your eternal address. OOOPS... He wants those who Seek Him, with all their heart! He wants all of us; but we know (with Revelation) that not everyone is or will be registered in 'The Book of Life.' However, it is not too late, for those who truly repent and make Christ their Saviour. You still have time; but methinks, do not wait too long.

As in the 'Sermon on the Mount' (I would have loved to have been there!) when the question was asked, 'Why did some people get the message and not others?' The answer was simple; "it is not yet, their time.' So I / we are Prayful that those who are purposefully agin us, or lost, or empty, or sad etc, may they genuinely invite Christ into their hearts. We Pray too, that their hearts become less hardened; and instead may their spirits be filled with Love, Peace, Wisdom, Understanding, Grace; and all the 'Fruits of the Spirit!'

I love this photo image; it is so apropos!

Love, Peace, and God Bless.

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Uplifting Reflections! DAILY!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Have you ever found that there are tidbitz times, when someone has taken advantage of you 'ROYALLY??!!' They know it and you sense it. Well, we had a bittidz situation on Easter Sunday, of all days. We were 'taken in'; as the 'goal posts kept changing.' When we 'gave an inch', they kept switching their tactics, to suit their ultimate M.O. strategy. That greatly upset me, because of the manipulative maneouvres. My first reaction was to 'tell them where to go' as in 'take it and stuff it.'

However, I thought better of it and Prayed for Wisdom and Understanding. An immediate calm befell me! I Asked Him for Guidance and what to do, and what was the best solution? The next tid thing I knew, I was thanking Him for what just occured? For whatever tidbit reason, that was the right thing to do! Then within bittid minutes, 'inner thoughts' surfaced: "Fret not. For you will make up the shortfall; as you will be reimbursed and then some, for your troubles. Worry not."

As it happens, we received a phone call (totally out of the bit blue) on Sunday evening, from someone who was interested in some of our head vases. She came over on Monday morning and left with a few, FOR THE EXACT AMOUNT NEEDED! WOW! (inwardly, I thanked Him and when she left, I thanked and Praised Him out loud!)

She is a lovely person and she asked me to put a vase aside for her, for another time. That is what it is all about; building relationships! She looks after her demeniated father (same age as Alan's Dad) and she has her share of bittidz difficulties; so. I gave her a bit of a break, which uplifted her spirits. Methinks when one experiences various 'trials and tribulations', there is more of an empathy and compassion towards those who need a tidbitz of encouragement.

A little later in the day, we received another call on our 'dog pal'. Hamish, a ' Scottish' feisty but dear little rug rat. (I have refered to him in earlier posts). We look after him on the odd weekend; but this time, his owners have planned a vacation for 11 days! Again, I thanked Him for His awesome Provision. WOW!

Going back to the other 'tacky' scenario (which now seems 'small'), we have made the choice to look forward to that opportunity; albeit we felt we had, indeed, been 'duped.' So, what was not appearing to be the best, has turned into a most winning situation! May the Blessings keep on coming! Yahoo!

In my April 16th post: Always have a thankful heart! , I refered to Joel Osteen, Methinks, Joel is an awesome Warrior in Christ's Service and he has all the armour of God!

Verse 28 from Romans 8 is a wonderful example of our 'Victory in Christ' - "And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His Purpose."

Also, I thought of the story in the Bible; whereby Peter's robe was either lost or stolen and he was very angry. Christ said to Peter: Take Mine. I will get another."The lesson being, Peter's anger diminished and a lesson was taught! That is exactly what happened here, folks! Awesome, methinks!

In the last chapter of Job 42: 10-17 - 'God Restores Job's Fortunes', that is so reassuring! So for those of you, who have had challenges etc, never lose hope and always press on with the FAITH and TRUST in Him to Provide and He does! ie. Hebrews 11:1 - "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."

Here is another empowering message from Mark 11:24 - "Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they shall be granted you."

Presently, we have a lovely dog, by the name of 'Ivy' staying with us; while her owners are getting married and on their honeymoon. She jumped into the planter box of our Ivy Geraniums that we recently planted. Fortunately, they survived; and methinks that I will dub them as 'Ivy's Geraniums!' LOL! She has a great disposition and if I am able to take a photo of her, I will.

Another dear friend of ours, has a metal detector and he enjoys using that tool to search for interesting 'finds.' Well, he found an 1881 USA Indian Head Penny - minted 113 years ago, in Philadelphia! I thought how fascinating; and that is history! Me being inquisitive, wondered where did that penny travel and with whom! - ie Be it amongst traders, through wars, perhaps via famous generals, various families, etc.

I am appreciative of his response to me; and an interesting history lesson!
"The battle of the Little Big Horn was fought in 1876 and when the US army started to get after the Indians involved, Sitting Bull and about 5,000 Sioux followers came to Canada. They lived here in Wood Mountain area of Saskatchewan. It was then that the NWMP started to patrol this area and string out a line of forts westward. They of course, later became the RCMP."

Also, in our friend's travels, he found an 1893 Indian Head while in OMaha Nebraska. Good on him!

To add, here a couple of my tid favourite Bible verses, that provide a comfort, a reassurance, as well as a confident expectation in His Provision in daily abundance!

Proverbs 3: 5-6 - "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not unto your own understanding. In all your ways acknowldege Him and He will direct your path."

Psalm 46:10 - "Be still and know that I am God."

Well, hope these bittids and tidbits will make an impactful difference on how you live and enjoy each day!

Am going to include the inspiring video again, of that gifted 10 year old boy, as per my post on Easter Sunday. It is a tremendous uplift that is not just applicable to Easter; but for everyday! Our dear friend who forwarded it on to us, is right on, when she says: "His way, just listen"

Peace and God Bless.

Sunday, 20 April 2014

May you enjoy an Easter uplift!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Earlier today, we received a tidbitz message from a good friend. A heartfelt thank you to her! She shared it with us; and I feel compelled to pass it on to all those who read my posts. As our friend said, totally amazing!

To quote: "10-year-old Alex Pirvu from Romania makes the jury cry with his rendition of 'My Way' by Frank Sinatra."
"Alex Pirvu is blind, but he doesn’t let that stop him from demonstrating his singing talent at the "Next Star" television show in Romania (10/10/2013). His rich voice is unusually mature for so young a singer, and his ability to convey feeling is outstanding. Pirvu’s ability to emanate his inner warmth toward others deeply touches many people. A true talent!"

Hope this video has uplifted your spirits a bittidz. Here is this awesome young boy; and look what he has done! May he go on to accomplish great and many things in his life! Good on him! There are wonderful 'tidbit' lessons to be learned here, methinks!

We bought a beautiful Easter Lily with six bittid blooms; which are now giving off a gorgeous fragrance! Our lily looks very much like the above photo image.
Many Blessings to be thankful for!

May you enjoy and appreciate a Happy Easter! Lest we forget, we are celebrating Christ's Gift to us, by His Resurrection!

Peace and God Bless.

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Always have a thankful heart!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

I just reread my most recent post of April 10th, Be an upbeat Blessing to all those you meet! and you know, it is so tidbitz true! A good attitude with positive thoughts is vital! When one is faced with 'trials and tribulations' do you roll over and play dead; as in giving up? OR rather, do you continue to continue with the Faith, Hope, and Trust in Him to Provide and Lead you through all obstacles. We have 2 choices folks. I choose the latter. Not only that, but if one chooses to put a smile on their face, and have a genuine and caring empathy towards others, you are a 'light' to them. Plus, it is an uplift, when it comes back to you, as well.

Both Alan and I have noticed that as of late, we have received all sorts of wonderful Blessings in abundance! Many are small; but to us, that is huge! Awesome! For example, we have great neighbours throughout our complex, across the street, and down the road.

Over the weekend, we went to our favourite Nurseries. One of them was started by a young couple a few years ago and they have made it a success. Good on them! Their prices are very reasonable and the plants are vibrantly healthy! Our bittidz garden will be blooming with full of vivid colours; a cheerful sight to the eyes and a joy to the heart! We have planted them and we were fortunate that the last couple of days were beautiful sunny days. Yesterday, eventhough it rained a bit, we continued to work in the garden and it felt good. There is nothing like the fresh smell of earth or soil in the rain!

My Dad always found 'peace' in the garden and I (and Alan) totally relate. While you work with TLC in your hands, you have also been given the tidbit time and the Grace to reflect upon all your Blessings! We are looking forward to going back next week to select our spices and veggies. They will be more mature by then too!

In a tid nutshell, we have many Blessings to be thankful for! Could write a best seller on the ones that have occured within even the last week! To make a bittid story short, we are totally grateful! Thank You, Our Father! When I reflect, I also make the choice to 'cast all my cares upon Him' and I leave everything to Him. We live in daily expectation, as per His Promise and we are joyful!

What Joel Osteen shares,‎ is right on! ie. About being content, regardless of circumstances. Again choices: 'Are you going to be sour and bitter etc or - 'sluff it off' and say Thank You to Him, TRUSTING AND KNOWING that He has a Purpose AND the best Plan for your life! Like so what, if the washing machine does not work, or the plumbing is deteriorating etc. Instead, look at your Blessings, rather than 'grumbling' and be CONTENT in all circumstances.

Again, I am thankful that I met Alan, coming up 12 years ago. Apart from him being my husband, he witnessed and shared the message of Christ with me! And guess what! My life has forever been transformed - by welcoming Christ in! Sadly, there are those who misunderstand and think that I have been 'hoodwinked' or 'played' and / or that I have 'changed.' That it would be better if I 'went back to the old way.' Well, that is NOT ON - knowing what I know now.

I hope and Pray for those who are curious and wish to know more. That they tune into the various ministries that I have mentioned in my previous posts. However, it IS the Bible, that provides the Truth and Wisdom; which helps you learn about Christ. When you invite Christ into your heart, you will find that your life has changed for evermore and it will never be the same again. You think differently; you look at things differently; and you have more understanding and compassion. When you Seek Him and Ask Him for Wisdom, He IS there for you. He tells us to go and talk to Him in a quiet place.

Tidbit - Make your mind up to be thankful each and every day. Do not allow yourself to throw a 'pity party' when faced with challenges. On the contrary, stand up, be steadfast, and have an ever ready joyful countenance to receive His Blessings in Abundance!

Bittid - Your past experiences equip and arm you for what you need, for what He has in mind for you. Just know that He will never leave you, once you Invite Him into your heart.

I like this cheerful photo image of Spring daffodils with its encouraging message.

Peace and God Bless.

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Be an upbeat Blessing to all those you meet!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

'Tomorrow' was refering to a follow up, to my April 7th post, that I would write, as in a supposed April 8th post. However, we were Blessed with some unexpected company; as well as having bittids of things on our plate. My apologies, that I have not written until today; which is like a 'tomorrow.'

That being said, as per Joel Osteen,‎
here are some of his wonderful tidbit suggestions, that I quote, that encourage a steadfast attitude of Hope, Faith and Trust in Him! "Choose to be happy right where you are!' or "Set your mind for victory!" or "God's favour is on my life!' or "Expect good things and new doors will open!" or "Expect people to be good to you!" or "Something good is going to happen to me today!" or "I am getting better and better and better everyday!" This is all so tidbitz true!

As Joel adds, think of Joseph and Daniel going through their 'trials, tests, and tribulations'; and how they endured with a positive Faith mindset in God, trusting that He would protect and lead them through their obstacles. Joel also shares, God knows how to 'accelerate' things!' We just need to act in Faith; and be 'grateful daily, with expectations for doors to open; as in a breakthrough!'

Joyce Meyer too, shares that God acts 'suddenly' when everything is in accordance with His Will, His Purpose and His Plan. So as a bittidz, just 'stay the course' and 'keep up the good fight.' He IS your Advocate and Saviour!

I love this verse from Mark 11:24 - "Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they shall be granted you." Now that is it in a tid nutshell, methinks!

An appreciative thank you, for the tidbits of wisdom and Biblical teachings that these ministries and other ministries offer and provide.

As a bittid, Christ loves you unconditionally! Do not ever quit and / or allow Satan and his minions, to clutter your mind with doubts and negative 'stuff.'

As in, Matthew Chapter 4: 1-11 - 'Temptation of Jesus.' Jesus says in Verse 10 - "Begone, Satan! For it is written, 'You shall worship the Lord Your God, and serve Him only."

Also, I have reflected upon much these past number of days. The days appear to be disappearing almost as bit quickly as the flocks of geese that fly daily over our home!

It is another beautiful Spring day! Again, we have so much to be thankful and joyful for!

I like this uplifting photo image of encouragement!

Peace and God Bless.

Monday, 7 April 2014

Be thankful for your Blessings each and every day!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

To recap some bittids. Yesterday evening, I watched some ministries on T.V.

To also refresh your memory from yesterday's post, I refered to 'In Touch Ministries'
Dr. Stanley shares wisdom from various verses from the Bible. Here are some tidbit examples.

Revelation 3:14-20 - Verse 20:" Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him, and will dine with him, and he with Me." That passage is totally awesome! As well as the following verses.
Romans 3: 19-12
John 6:44

I also watched "Enjoying Everyday Life"

In this empowering video ('Getting Past Your Past') (see below), Joyce wonderfully shares: 'Don't stay stuck.' Also, to 'Refuse to give up, but hang on to hope.' As she says: 'It is not too late, you can begin again!'
Joyce refers to some encouraging passages in the Bible as well! So for those of you, who feel 'stuck' don't be!

I also watched Joel Osteen‎ and his inspirational message: 'Have A Positive Mindset' is very true! I will share some tidbits tomorrow. One thing that Joel asks or words to that effect. 'What is your attitude at the start of each day?' Is it: "Good Morning, Lord!" or is it, "Oh God, Lord, It is morning."

Presently it is app 70 degrees Fahrenheit in the sunshine; a beautiful Spring afternoon! Much to be grateful for! Our elderly neighbour came by, bringing along a homemade dessert of a custard rice pudding. Eventhough I am not a fan of rice pudding; I had to have a bit of a taste! LOL! It is delicious and we will enjoy that, as a special treat tonight! He wanted to thank Alan for the soup that Alan gave him.

Getting Past Your Past - Pt 1

This bittid photo taken in March, is of some tid mini daffodils that found their way into our pot. The flowers are still looking as miraculously fresh! Another wonderful Blessing to appreciate!

Peace and God Bless.

Sunday, 6 April 2014

Invite Him in, and your life will change forever!

Good Afternoon, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Earlier in the morning, I watched 'In Touch Ministries' and it was / is right on!

Dr. Stanley's message on the video "Jesus: The Seeking Savior", provides solid tidbits of teaching, as well as wonderful bittids of encouragement.

Christ is simply waiting at the doorway of your heart to be invited in by you. He is standing ready for your invitation. Also, the photo image that I use as a main posting picture, is exactly the same one that Dr. Stanley shares in his wonderful sermon of today! There are NO conincidences, methinks!

It is an 'iffy' day, weatherwise. There are black clouds over yonder, with the possibility of some 'April Showers.' The sun is also attempting to shine and at the end of the post, is a photo that I just captured of our magnificent magnolia tree, with a bittidz patch of blue sky overhead! For whatever tid reason, this tree with its beautiful blooms, is all the more tidbitz special this year to us! Blossoms and Blessings abound!

The other day a good friend of ours came out here for a visit. She brought along a beautiful picnic lunch; and it was as if no time had passed since we had last seen each other! A very treasured friend, and another Blessing to be thankful for!

Also, a number of dogs we know, make their way to our place for treats! LOL! It is as if they know that they are loved and welcome! Mainly neighbours' and friends' dogs. We have had about 6 dogs pop by here already today.

We would like to get another dog; but not sure as to the type of 'pup.' We love Blue Heelers and that was what our 'Blue' was. Tragically he passed away two years ago, at only 7 years of age. We looked after a dog called Shadow, who was with us for app 8 months. (A few weeks in the Spring, and then from June to January). We bonded with each other; and Shadow's owner knows that if they are not able to care for their 'mini horse' (Black Lab / Great Dane mix), that we would adopt him into our family. We are referred to, as the 'grandparents' to Shadow. LOL!

I have written some posts about Blue and Shadow, as well as a few other dogs. You can refer to them for a bit of background, if you wish.

Alan is making up his tasty batches of soup again; and he will be giving some of it away to a few special neighbours. One of them in particular, just loves Alan's delicious and nutritious tomato / veggie soup! We will be enjoying that tonight for our meal, along with a healthy green salad!

Tidbit - Appreciate and be grateful for your daily Blessings.

Bittid - Have a thankful heart and 'Praise Him in All things!'

I hope that all of you who seek wisdom and knowledge, watch this uplifting video; as it is very empowering! A heartfelt 'Thank you' to Dr. Stanley!

Peace and God Bless.

Friday, 4 April 2014


Good Morning, or whatever is the best greeting to you, in your part of the world!

Methinks for a bit of background, best you read or reread my post of March 30th -
Reach out to Christ and to those you love!

It pretty much sums everything up in a tidbit nutshell. Then you will appreciate more fully, this addendum and where I am coming from.

Recently I had a conversation with a person whom I love and hold very dear to my heart! It did not go well. It would sadly appear it does not tid matter what my / our version of the truth is. It simply is disregarded and 'chucked out.' Eventhough, Alan and I wish to move forward with this person, it does not appear to be in the cards. The 'adversary' is hard at work (in fact, very hard at work), to thwart any and all good intentions, we have had from the past, or have for the present, and the future. This particular person lives not far from us.

Sadly, there is a vile sentiment and a ballistic anger that has festered and built up towards me. I had hoped that this enormous rage, had passed; but obviously, it has not. Like a volcano, it finally blew its lid!' All I managed to do was to incite the person all the more. That was certainly not my / our plan. In fact, very far from it! Also the so called allegations / accusations towards me were / are not true; but this person does not care. I wanted to meet face to face to clear the air. That suggestion was slammed in my face; as in a 'no go.' This harbouring of anger and malice goes back years; well before I met Alan. As an extra assault to me, Alan has been 'deemed' the convenient scapegoat. For example, a year ago, at a joyful event, he was maliciously maligned and falsely accused. I wanted to address that matter; HOWEVER, with the specific and ultimate purpose to reconcile.

The tidbitz saying: "Oh the web we weave, when at first we choose to deceive" has reared its ugly head - again. At the conclusion of the conversation, this person felt really good! To my dismay, I felt horrid; as if I never knew the person. I know that God is seeing all of this bittidz.

Remember, God threw Lucifer out of Heaven because of his pride; and said: 'For evermore, your name shall be Satan, the Evil One, the DECEIVER." Sadly, this person has fabricated falsehoods and lies, to justify their behaviour and conduct towards me / us. I should have 'nipped this behaviour in the bud' years ago (again, well before I met Alan).

Sadly, we are dealing with a HATRED, which is the opposite of my / our nature; which is LOVE. I am the target being assailed; and my ear drums encountered 'it' in full force yesterday. (It was as if the phone was shaking and I could feel 'its' violent heat!). What is worse and more horrifying is, that this dearly beloved person may not be aware that Satan is using all that he has to lay claim to their eternal souls.

I take solace and comfort, in KNOWING that Our Heavenly Father is keeping a full account of each and everything that goes on with all of us. He KNOWS the TRUTH.

Also, do you know, that He knows the exact number of bittid hairs on everyone's head, throughout the whole world?! This is awesomely phenomenal!

Christ came to redeem, to reconcile to man. I / we Pray for reconcilation also.

Peace and God Bless.