What Would You Do? Part II

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Hello All!   I hope you get a chance to read Part I, for it is quite important.  Here’s part II.  I hope you will read the article. Thank you.

https://www.breakingisraelnews.com/83302/prophet-elijah-visits-mystic-rabbi-with-message-four-gates-of-mercy-are-closed-but-one-is-open/#QEgLgqpbg0mlpRfq.97

Thank you for your time. God bless you all!

~Anna

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What Would You Do?

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Hello!

How have you all been?  Great I hope.  It’s been a while.  I want to say thank you to all my faithful followers as well as the new followers. Wow!  I am truly grateful for your unconditional support.  Thank you for following and welcome to my humble blog.

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Why the Resurrection Still Matters

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*This is a scheduled post. Thank you for reading.  

As Easter approaches, I have been thinking about what I should make to share with you all. A new recipe or my cake creations?  Maybe a DIY  fondant bunny to place a top of a cake?

As I was pondering about what to make, I came across the In Touch magazine that arrived in the mail and I got convicted.  It reminded me of the true meaning of Easter. I was even more convicted when I read about what Dr. Charles Stanley had said about it.

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Unconditional Surrender

I woke up in the wee hours and couldn’t go back to sleep. So, I decided to read the In Touch magazine. The introduction page, A word from, Dr. Stanley entitled Unconditional Surrender caught my attention and I just want to share it with you.  It helped me have a better understanding what unconditional surrender meant on a deeper level. I hope it will have an impact and fuel someone’s passion or quest to have an intimate relationship with God.

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On the Mayweather Victory and Why It Doesn’t Matter

I agree!

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It really wasn’t about the fight’s result in the end. I’m not sour-graping. Neither am I disregarding the decisions of the judges. Floyd Mayweather did win. He outboxed Manny and — save for a few headlocks and an overuse of clinches — he did this fair and square. He will go down in history as an undefeated boxer who locked horns with the best of them. But that’s not really the story we care about. If the two men hung up their gloves this very day Mayweather’s victory would just be a footnote in the inspiring life of a fighter like Manny Pacquiao.

The great thing about boxing is that like any other sport it caters to our basest emotions in a relatively healthy way. It frees our primal side and leads us to be completely honest. I’ve encountered reserved, tactful adults screaming “yeah go kick his ass!” in the…

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