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spring is just around the corner, yay! ✂︎.It is Christ Jesus who died, rather, was raised, who also is at the right hand of God, who indeed intercedes for us.
All our petitions were gathered up, once for all, in his cry on the Cross and, in his Resurrection, heard by the Father.This is why he never ceases to intercede for us with the Father. If our prayer is resolutely united with that of Jesus, in trust and boldness as children, we obtain all that we ask in his name, even more than any particular thing: the Holy Spirit himself, who contains all gifts. As witnesses of the Risen One, they remain the foundation stones of his Church. Peter and the Twelve are the primary "witnesses to his Resurrection", but they are not the only ones - Paul speaks clearly of more than five hundred persons to whom Jesus appeared on a single occasion and also of James and of all the apostles.
Not much to say today, these are just so pretty.Not much seems to have changed,,except the maid. artist: William McGregor PaxtonI hope your day is fun!. The basic problem, in my view, is not the deficit, troubling although it might be, but the amount of resources consumed and misallocated by government. The obvious big one is the deduction for home mortgage interest, which subsidize home ownership relative to renting and thus played some role in creating the recent financial crisis—although I suspect that is politically untouchable. Software for tethering. As some of you know, my current nonfiction book project, Future Imperfect, deals with a variety of possible technological revolutions over the next few decades, their consequences if they happen, and how to deal with them. Insofar as there is a theme, it's that the future is radically uncertain. The sovereign debt crisis in Europe has garnered most of our attention as of late.
Paul Krugman summarizes these concerns nicely in his NYT article today: Will China Break? Mark Gongloff earlier asked the million dollar question here: China's Shadow Banking System: The Next Subprime? Hmm.P. S. g. Editor David J Phillips does not hold a financial interest in any stocks mentioned in this article. DZ is back at work. Couldn't stay away from the coal face. Way back in March, we have conducted a couple of information workshops and a lead-up run to bring awareness of the event to our Singapore marathoners. Drawing references from racing weight management gurus like Matt Fitzgerald, I was keeping tabs on the high-sugary night snacks I was regularly taking as well and doing longer endurance runs at our FatBird training operations starting from April. This is a reference to those persons who have an angry spirit, who are wrathful by nature, and short tempered by habit. No man or woman’s angry nature does anyone around them any good. When you meet a person who always seems to have a pot boiling just beneath the surface, ready to explode into fury and rage, avoid that person like the plague. If you know a person like that pray for them and do your best to get away from them. They are not pleasing to God or man. The only god they can worship is their own will and they are the center of their universe. Today's entry: Jerzy Drozd! Jerzy transformed Ares into a Masters of the Universe Figure that I Absolutley! Must! Own! One day! Are you listening, Mattel? Mr. I honestly don't remember right now. Today's piece is a kinda groovy group shot of a bunch of the Olympians. It's kinda loose, but I think I can make out, from left to right: Demeter, Poseidon, Hera, Athena, Hephaistos, and I think that's Artemis and Apollo on the end. The figures up front would seem to be maybe the Muses. Kind of a neat little drawing, if I do say so myself, somewhat reminiscent of the illustration in the header of this very blog. The Husband asked me some questions about Sumo recently, and I couldn't answer them. I'm not versed on the finer points, or -to be honest- even knowledgeable about all the basics. Isn't he a Good Husband! One of them is The Big Book of Sumo: History, Practice, Ritual, Fight, by Mina Hall. You can view parts of it at Amazon. Here are a couple of examples of the drawings: from the back of the book:In a dirt ring, two giant men perform the age-old ritual, stomping and clapping to alert the gods. Then, in a great burst of energy, they charge forward and grapple each other to determine who will be champion. I could've sworn I had seen this one, but it didn't take me long to realize I hadn't. This is one in the must-see category of Westerns. I met a friend at The Edge coffeehouse one afternoon recently for coffee. Neither of us had ever been there before. Their drink menu is online here. It was very nice. It was not crowded, though several people came in and got to-go drinks. It is obviously a place that does most of its business at night. There's space for a band in the front. There is a sign in the front window that aims a gun at me and warns me that I don't need to worry about the dog but do need to worry about the owner. I think I'll pick up the Pynchon and Wallace books the next time the opportunity arises. I always meant to read them but never got around to it. It's a beautiful film. Criterion has released this one. Roger Ebert includes it on his list of "great movies" and calls it "a film of haunting mystery and buried sexual hysteria". FilmReference. to be an angel. OK, so that is never going to happen, but we have to make a resolution in the New Year don't we? No, probably not. Well folks happy new year, I hope you had a good holiday period. I certainly enjoyed myself and was the domestic goddess of all things food at christmas. The ladies are maids of the famous stately home Fossil Hall, where the elderly Lord of the manor has had a little too much to contend with. The ladies have 'accidently' broken one of his priceless Faberge eggs, drunk as a result of a rather successful raid of the estate's wine cellar. As you can see the magazine is packed full with all things spanking! To find out more about this exciting new addition to the spanking scene go to this website: hope you enjoy it and maybe some of you will be able to contribute in one form or another! That's all folks!. Featuring special guest referee Cameron Murphy!!! "Hollywood" Shane Saunders checks out the LRW mat room. Triple F vs. Shane Saunders: LRW Wrestling Preview from LRW Wrestling on Vimeo. The deck would seem to be stacked against the brash UCW star. However, Saunders possesses a wealth of underground wrestling experience. It was a great race, and one a long time in the making. I originally registered for the Richmond Half last year, only to break my foot and be unable to run it. So when I registered this year, there was a sense of “settling the score”. I was going to run this race, and run it well. And I was feeling optimistic about that goal – my workouts have been going well. Or am I showing my age. Sometimes, though, there's an element of surprise. I was expecting a few bits 'n' bobs from Model Rail HQ, plus some couplings that I'd ordered, but which of those was it? Well, when the rescheduled delivery took place, I was excited to note the Liverpool postmark on the back, so I knew it must be a Hatton's LMS Bayer Garratt! As you can imagine, it's quite a big box - and quite a big engine - and certainly looks impressive once it's out on the workbench. This sample had got bashed about a bit in the post, so I've had to fix a few of the delicate parts, especially the valve gear and reversing rods. I'll soon be unleashing the weathering paints onto this model, aiming for a typical pre-war look. We were in Market Drayton about five years ago, when we first looked at the possibility of owning a narrowboat. Mike sold me a British Waterways pre-payment card that worked the BW pump-out machine – a lot cheaper than the average boatyard or marina would charge. We will be moving to Ventura county in a month. If you are looking for a new school in California for your kids. How do you get to choose w/c school is good?The API is a starting point, but also look at the other statistics gathered on these sites such as class size, demographics, etc. And talk around the area where you want to live to other parents and Realtors. .