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The Blogging Community Tag (ENCOURAGE)

Thanks, so much Alexa , for tagging me in this post, and for your beautiful, encouraging words :) And, for the rest of you - who doesn't think a tag is fun? Let's encourage some people!!! Rules: 1. Answer the eight questions (easy enough) 2. Tag some peoples! (any number, but I'm doing one for each category) 3. Link back to Jo (she is the creator and it is good manners) 4. Include the globe picture (hey, it's easier than making one of your own. Thanks Jo!) This is going to be just a little hard for me, as I don't follow many blogs. But we'll give it a go ;) To The Dedicated Ones To the dedicated ones: How do you do it? I have a hard enough time coming up with a good post once a week. But some of you do a COUPLE A WEEK! Man, you have talent ;)  I tag Aidyl :) You are one awesome girl, with some great posts - and beautiful writing :) You have a message for this word - Share it! To The Committed Community Members All you peopl

Lady Dragon, Tela Du (Book release and author interview)

Join me for a blog tour with Kendra... and an interview! Book Description: Two girls with one face Two girls with twisted fate One in purple, one in red One shall speak the other’s death Who shall win their final war? Lady Dragon or Tela Du? Amber, the Lady Dragon, has been promised a fifty-year reign over Rizkaland and nothing can stop her from claiming it. But when you've lived six thousand years, fifty is such a pitiful number. Only one person can keep her from making this reign permanent - the Tela Du, a girl who shall share Amber's face. The last thing Petra wants is a magical world interrupting her plans for a normal life, let alone an ultimate battle against the Lady Dragon with only one prophesied survivor. She has her childhood best friend, Reuben, at her side, but she's not sure if he's more of a help or a hindrance right now. Though she'd much prefer to just return home and forget about this whole crazy affair, things

"Thy Will Be Done"... Even if God Says No

I recently came across this book titled Christ the Healer by F. F Bosworth. It was very… interesting, I must say. Now I don't normally tear books apart, but this topic has been on my mind for several months now ever since I met this guy who believed it was his calling to preach divine healing and that, if you had enough faith, God never said 'No'. Don't get me wrong, I still think God can and will do miracles. But I think this whole belief of God healing us unconditionally has some flaws. And I think this belief is a very dangerous belief for the Christian person's relationship with God. Here is a poem from the book; Death comes, and then we blame our God. And weakly say, “Thy will be done”; But never underneath the sod Has God imprisoned any one. God does not send disease, or crime, Or carelessness, of fighting clans; And when we die before our time The fault is man's He is God of life, not death; He is one that gives us birth

I'm Not Into Politics, But...

“Hey, did you hear what's happening with those guys in Oregon from Malheur Refuge?” “No. Tell me about it!” “A bunch of guys felt that their rights as US citizens were being violated, so they decided to take back a bit of land for the “people” as a sign to the federal government to back off, and now they are all facing years to life in prison for 'terrorism' and-” My words slow down as I see the person's face slowly becomes void of emotion. Bored? Or do they not like what I'm saying…? Have I just lost a friend? What did I say???? “Oh. Yeah.. I'm not really into politics.” They say. “Oh, OK.” I say. But inside something feels wrong. Not into politics??? Hey, I hate politics. I despise them. So much stress, and fighting, and corruption. But… it's a part of life. Or is it??? What if I told you Fred's barn just burned down and we were going to go do some things to encourage him and help him out. Get some guys to rebuild it. M