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  • Sometimes We Need A Steward

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Nov 15, 2012
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    SOMETIMES WE NEED A STEWARD If you ever get to Venice, one of the places to see is Saint Mark's Square, the spot Napoleon called "the drawing room of Europe." But if you go there, make sure your belly is covered up. It’s not that there's exactly a dress code, but there is an expectation of more

  • Get Acquainted With Heaven

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Sep 24, 2012
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    GET ACQUAINTED WITH HEAVEN "The man who is about to sail for Australia or New Zealand as a settler, is naturally anxious to know something about his future home, its climate, its employments, its inhabitants, its ways, its customs. All these are subjects of deep interest to him. You are leaving more

  • A Single Snow Flake That Looks Beautiful And ...

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Aug 24, 2012

    "A single snow flake that looks beautiful and innocent. If it remains on its own it can easily fly away or quickly melt away. On it’s own it does no harm and poses no threat to any one does it? But when it unites with other snow flakes, they gain more strength and power. Those of us who live in more

  • Let Me Read One Of Aesop’s Greek Fables; In ...

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Aug 24, 2012

    Let me read one of Aesop’s Greek fables; In the forest, there lived four oxen. They were very good friends and always went together to graze in the fields. However, every time they went, a hungry lion tried to attack them. The lion longed for their meat. But they withstood his attack by fighting more

  • A Prayer Offered By Rev. Jacob Douche At The ...

    Contributed by Francis Balla on Aug 24, 2012

    A prayer offered by Rev. Jacob Douche at the commencement of First Continental Congress meeting on Sept 7, 1774. “O Lord our Heavenly Father, high and mighty King of kings, and Lord of lords, who from your throne behold all the dwellers on earth and reigns with power supreme and uncontrolled over more