Aloha Friday Message – July 16, 2010 – The Blind Boy’s Sign


Happy Aloha Friday, Beloved! Today we have a very nice message sent by DG, and a link sent by several members. The link goes to a You-Tube presentation that really makes the point about who you should listen to when you plan your life. I’m sending these because they both fit well with today’s Bible verse:

Proverbs 12:15
NAB: The way of the fool seems right in his own eyes, but he who listens to advice is wise.
KJV: The way of a fool is right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise.

How many times have we turned a deaf ear to good advice or looked for all the wrong answers in all the wrong places? The World does not have a clue. The Word has everything you need. See John 1:1.

Here is the message DG sent:

Here is the You-Tube link: Even if you have seen this video before, it takes less than two minutes to see it again, and it is so worth it! Tip of the hat to AT, CW, and WF.


Prayer requests for this week: PM traveling home to Zambia; pray for a safe journey and strengthening visit with family and friends. FS also in Zambia to teach in a seminary there; pray his advice and teaching for the seminarians is heard and followed. TH is returning to the mainland; pray that he will find meaningful and rewarding work and a church family as loving as the one he is leaving behind. M, already frail and also in her 80’s, dealing with incomprehensible changes after the sudden death of her husband; pray that the wisdom and support she needs is available in abundance. MC and her children are suffering through terrible abuse; pray that she will receive and use the good advice she needs to make positive changes. Once again MG asks us to thank God she is doing so well; pray that her remission continues … forever … literally.

Whatever, whenever, wherever, whoever, however, if ever, forever — at your service, Beloved.

Make it a great day by making someone smile.

If you should meet someone without a smile, give them one of yours. No other gift could cost you less to give or be of such great value when received.

Whatever, whenever, wherever, whoever, however, if ever, forever — at your service, Beloved


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American Roman Catholic reared as a "Baptiterian" in Denver Colorado.

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