By Love's Hand

By Love's Hand

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Vol 5 Apr 2024

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MARCH VETERAN OF THE MONTH

The Match veteran of the month is Paul Plourde from Windsor, California. Paul was introduced to military life at a young age since his father was in the U.S. Air Force. He and his family moved every four to six years. His first six years of life were spent living

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THE WITNESS WITHIN by CZ Olayemi                                 

The spirit itself beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God.                                                                                            Romans 8:16        Many who claim to be Christians, including young people, often experience inward conflicts as to the genuineness of their salvation. Thay are active in church but lack assurance of their salvation.

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MAKE GOD HAPPY by CZ Olayemi

So then they that are in the flesh cannot please God.                                                                    Romans 8:8 It is natural in families to see parents show more affection to the child who makes them happy. A story is told of a family with two boys. The younger son from childhood was gentle, humble,

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CHRISTIAN MEDITATION by CZ Olayemi

  But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. “ Psalm 1:2  Dick Eastman asserts, “The person that spends time thinking about the thought of God will find great depth and understanding that will touch all areas of

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I SHALL NOT BE MOVED  by CZ Olayemi

      My soul, wait though only upon God; for my expectation is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation: he is my defense; I shall not be moved.                                                                                             Psalm 62:5-6 A story was told of a boy crossing the ocean with his father, the captain of

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March Homily by Deacon Richard Benkovic

Leprosy was one of the most feared diseases in the time of Jesus. The disease would start as a small spot on the skin and soon spread. It rotted the victim’s fingers, nose, lips and gave off a disgusting smell. We hear it explained in our First Reading, how lepers

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Judalion777 – ‘Perspective’ By Sean Thurman

Emerging rap artist Judalion777 uses his formidable lyrics and storytelling to depict the journey from a tough life on the streets of Washington D.C. to a life of love and prosperity. Being completely raw and honest about the challenging origins of his story gives listeners an authentic look into his

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GOOD THINGS FROM GOD  by Cz Olayemi

   Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no alteration or shadow caused by change.                                                                                                         James 1:17        I like the way God qualifies the gifts He gives. They are good and they are perfect.

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Veteran of the Month, Tribute To A Blue Star Wife

The veteran of the month is Helen Sajor, born in 1933, from Camphill Pennsylvania. Mrs. Sajor comes from immigrant parents, her mother from Salvikia and her father from Ukraine. Her father was a coal miner and died in 1939 from an explosion. This left her mother to maintain the household

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HOMILY from Maddie and The Deacon Richard Benkovic

The one word that I thought about after reading the first reading and the gospel was the word relationship. In the first reading we hear about Samuel and Eli and their relationship with God the Father, in the Gospel we hear how Peter and Andrew begin their relationship with Jesus.

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AVOID SELF DESTRUCTION by CZ Olayemi

O Israel, thou hast destroyed thyself; but in me is thine help” (Hosea 13:9). I once observed with shock, the unconscious reaction of a young man who could not get hemp for about two hours. His whole body vibrate uncontrollably until he manage to escape, smoked hemp and returned looking

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Brain Foods to Increase Your Memory

Berries And More Berries 1. Berries are the brain food to improve memory. Specifically blueberries are the power berries to improve memory. Berries are chucked full of antioxidants. Eating just a 1/4 cup of blueberries everyday will help your memory. True Stories; Two examples in particular my aunt who noticed

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