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Life Is Like A Box of Chocolates – Understanding Thought and Plans of God

Life Is Like A Box of Chocolates Why the lame line from Forrest Gump? Call it cliche, but I do find that life is like a Box of chocolates, except I never got the saying because don’t you buy candy knowing what you’re going to get? Maybe its just my…

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Behind the Captive Bars of Religion – Motivational Monday Series

Behind the Captive Bars of Religion – Motivational Monday Series What is this series about Kenny? As you have seen on this blog lately, i have been struggling with the testimony of my faith. I am so tired of being a wishy washy flip flopper of a man. One thing, Religion…

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Why is it hard to picture ourselves as Children of Divinity?

Why is it hard to picture ourselves as children of divinity? Are we children of divinity? One of the simplest truths that I love my church teaches that is that were all literal children of God. We as humans short ourselves so much; we think we could not possibly be…

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Focus and the Knowledge that Everyone Cannot Follow You to Your Destiny

Focus and the Knowledge that Everyone Cannot Follow You to Your Destiny Is destiny an interesting thing? What is destiny? As I sit back and think about the direction of my life, I have to begin to focus on what I think I’m on this earth to accomplish. Finding the…

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Thankful Thursday: FamilySearch

Thankful Thursday: FamilySearch I am starting a new series where i give thanks either to a resource or an ancestor etc. This week and for the first week i want to honor FamilySearch. I love this program and the fact that it’s free i feel it’s amazing. The program has…

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Finding True Joy

“If my world were to cave in tomorrow, I would look back on all the pleasures, excitements and worthwhilenesses I have been lucky enough to have had. Not the sadness, not my miscarriages or my father leaving home, but the joy of everything else. It will have been enough.” –…

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Christmas Memories Then and Now

Christmas Memories Then and Now My Earliest Christmas Memory My earliest Christmas memory is that of my great aunt’s house. It was just me and her. We did not have much. And I remember that we never had everything. My aunt was on retirement from Social Security and my disability…

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