This guy sure got worked up. Too bad it’s all fake.
Continue reading Jason James Britt
Pray for yourself first.
When you pray for someone, you become a channel through which the Holy Spirit (or “Life Force”) flows to address that person’s needs. (See Mark 5:30.) You may or may not perceive this flow as it happens.
The Spirit must first address any deficiencies in the channel itself, before it can optimally address the other person. In particular, the Spirit must address any emotional imbalances that may exist in the person who intends to pray. Without this adjustment, at best the Spirit’s flow will be constricted; at worst, the channel may project his or her own needs (e.g. anxieties, aches and pains) onto the patient.
Continue reading Un[b]locking the spirit
I included this song in the William Tell Show playlist because it never fails to move me. I think it may be one of the saddest songs ever written.
These days, it has me conflicted.
ADVISORY: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE.
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Applications submitted in June ‘14:
Medical Administrative Assistant – Ultimate Staffing Services
Data Entry – Randstad Professionals
Office Clerk – MedMark Services, Inc.
State of Maryland – OFFICE SERVICES CLERK #14-001376-015
State of Maryland – CONTRACTUAL-OFFICE PROCESSING CLERK II
Continue reading Job search update, 07/07/14
Came across this FB post from 2017:
Continue reading Keep it simple
A ‘village’ of mentors keeps Trayvon Martin’s friend, Rachel Jeantel, on track
Tom Joyner: “Did it work? The short answer to that is no.”
At first glance, the story of Jeantel and her “village” seemed to me to epitomize the principle I set forth in “Don’t come uninvited.”
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Angry Mike has been coming to the mission for at least five years. He supports himself by panhandling. He’s OK, rational, but he’s got some kind of mental illness and knows it. He’s doing better at the moment, but in the past he was angry
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