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We live on promises
Feb 23, 2021 13:58:16   #
DennyLongley Loc: Bay City Michigan
 
I have a smartwatch that periodically tells me to breathe. It even reminds me when I’m working out. But I think there’s actually a very good message there.

That breath you’re drawing right now is a gift from God. There might be someone in a hospital today struggling, hoping for his or her next breath, so we should never take it for granted.

Every day of our lives is a gift from God. Every single heartbeat is a blessing. So don’t take your health for granted. And don’t take your family for granted.

The Bible reminds us in Psalm 90, “Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom” (verse 12).

My addictions took me places no human should ever go. Traumatic situations.. life threatening at times. I was weak and needed something else.

But in my time of weakness, I called out to the Lord, and He was there for me. He sustained me on these days, and He sustains us all to this day because the Bible says that He’s the “God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3).

Sometimes things happen in life that are unfair and tragic, and we want answers. But if God told us, we wouldn’t be happy. If God said, “All right, I’m tired of your asking why, so I’m going to tell you. Are you ready? Here’s why. . . .”

We wouldn’t like it. It wouldn’t make sense to us this side of Heaven. So instead of asking why, turn to the Lord and cry out to Him. Bring your pain to God. Bring your sorrow to God.

We live on promises, not on explanations. So we shouldn’t spend too much time wondering why.

Its good to be on here today, I miss this site. Walk in love my friends. Go in peace and grace.

Denny and family 😁

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Feb 23, 2021 14:14:38   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
DennyLongley wrote:
I have a smartwatch that periodically tells me to breathe. It even reminds me when I’m working out. But I think there’s actually a very good message there.

That breath you’re drawing right now is a gift from God. There might be someone in a hospital today struggling, hoping for his or her next breath, so we should never take it for granted.

Every day of our lives is a gift from God. Every single heartbeat is a blessing. So don’t take your health for granted. And don’t take your family for granted.

The Bible reminds us in Psalm 90, “Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom” (verse 12).

My addictions took me places no human should ever go. Traumatic situations.. life threatening at times. I was weak and needed something else.

But in my time of weakness, I called out to the Lord, and He was there for me. He sustained me on these days, and He sustains us all to this day because the Bible says that He’s the “God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3).

Sometimes things happen in life that are unfair and tragic, and we want answers. But if God told us, we wouldn’t be happy. If God said, “All right, I’m tired of your asking why, so I’m going to tell you. Are you ready? Here’s why. . . .”

We wouldn’t like it. It wouldn’t make sense to us this side of Heaven. So instead of asking why, turn to the Lord and cry out to Him. Bring your pain to God. Bring your sorrow to God.

We live on promises, not on explanations. So we shouldn’t spend too much time wondering why.

Its good to be on here today, I miss this site. Walk in love my friends. Go in peace and grace.

Denny and family 😁
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Good to hear from you! How are you and how is the family?

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Feb 23, 2021 18:24:56   #
ghaynes1 Loc: Strawberry Plains, TN
 
DennyLongley wrote:
I have a smartwatch that periodically tells me to breathe. It even reminds me when I’m working out. But I think there’s actually a very good message there.

That breath you’re drawing right now is a gift from God. There might be someone in a hospital today struggling, hoping for his or her next breath, so we should never take it for granted.

Every day of our lives is a gift from God. Every single heartbeat is a blessing. So don’t take your health for granted. And don’t take your family for granted.

The Bible reminds us in Psalm 90, “Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom” (verse 12).

My addictions took me places no human should ever go. Traumatic situations.. life threatening at times. I was weak and needed something else.

But in my time of weakness, I called out to the Lord, and He was there for me. He sustained me on these days, and He sustains us all to this day because the Bible says that He’s the “God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3).

Sometimes things happen in life that are unfair and tragic, and we want answers. But if God told us, we wouldn’t be happy. If God said, “All right, I’m tired of your asking why, so I’m going to tell you. Are you ready? Here’s why. . . .”

We wouldn’t like it. It wouldn’t make sense to us this side of Heaven. So instead of asking why, turn to the Lord and cry out to Him. Bring your pain to God. Bring your sorrow to God.

We live on promises, not on explanations. So we shouldn’t spend too much time wondering why.

Its good to be on here today, I miss this site. Walk in love my friends. Go in peace and grace.

Denny and family 😁
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Expect little. You are seldom disappointed.

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Feb 24, 2021 11:04:44   #
Randyhartford Loc: Lawrence, Kansas
 
DennyLongley wrote:
I have a smartwatch that periodically tells me to breathe. It even reminds me when I’m working out. But I think there’s actually a very good message there.

That breath you’re drawing right now is a gift from God. There might be someone in a hospital today struggling, hoping for his or her next breath, so we should never take it for granted.

Every day of our lives is a gift from God. Every single heartbeat is a blessing. So don’t take your health for granted. And don’t take your family for granted.

The Bible reminds us in Psalm 90, “Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom” (verse 12).

My addictions took me places no human should ever go. Traumatic situations.. life threatening at times. I was weak and needed something else.

But in my time of weakness, I called out to the Lord, and He was there for me. He sustained me on these days, and He sustains us all to this day because the Bible says that He’s the “God of all comfort” (2 Corinthians 1:3).

Sometimes things happen in life that are unfair and tragic, and we want answers. But if God told us, we wouldn’t be happy. If God said, “All right, I’m tired of your asking why, so I’m going to tell you. Are you ready? Here’s why. . . .”

We wouldn’t like it. It wouldn’t make sense to us this side of Heaven. So instead of asking why, turn to the Lord and cry out to Him. Bring your pain to God. Bring your sorrow to God.

We live on promises, not on explanations. So we shouldn’t spend too much time wondering why.

Its good to be on here today, I miss this site. Walk in love my friends. Go in peace and grace.

Denny and family 😁
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Good word, Denny. I pray all is well with you and your family.

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Feb 25, 2021 16:40:15   #
DennyLongley Loc: Bay City Michigan
 
Things are well, thanks for asking Randy. Family is good, but the little ones are growing at a rapid pace. I can't seem to slow time down. Lol but serious 😁.

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Feb 25, 2021 16:41:21   #
DennyLongley Loc: Bay City Michigan
 
Hows the Hartford household, things are good I pray?

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Feb 25, 2021 18:46:10   #
Randyhartford Loc: Lawrence, Kansas
 
DennyLongley wrote:
Hows the Hartford household, things are good I pray?


We are blessed for sure. I get my second dose of Covid vaccine tomorrow, and will have my right knee replaced on Tuesday. Just had my left one done for the second time in November. I’m fixin’ to be the bionic man, I think. LOL Some day I’ll have an ALL new perfect body!! 🙏🏻

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Feb 26, 2021 16:21:44   #
DennyLongley Loc: Bay City Michigan
 
Randyhartford wrote:
We are blessed for sure. I get my second dose of Covid vaccine tomorrow, and will have my right knee replaced on Tuesday. Just had my left one done for the second time in November. I’m fixin’ to be the bionic man, I think. LOL Some day I’ll have an ALL new perfect body!! 🙏🏻


Amen to that! We will be praying about your procedure too.

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Feb 26, 2021 17:28:56   #
Spiritof27 Loc: Lincoln, CA
 
Randyhartford wrote:
We are blessed for sure. I get my second dose of Covid vaccine tomorrow, and will have my right knee replaced on Tuesday. Just had my left one done for the second time in November. I’m fixin’ to be the bionic man, I think. LOL Some day I’ll have an ALL new perfect body!! 🙏🏻


I'll be thinking of you on Tuesday Randy. Certainly hope all goes well. You've been there once before, so you know what to expect. Follow orders and behave yourself.

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Feb 27, 2021 12:37:45   #
Randyhartford Loc: Lawrence, Kansas
 
Spiritof27 wrote:
I'll be thinking of you on Tuesday Randy. Certainly hope all goes well. You've been there once before, so you know what to expect. Follow orders and behave yourself.


Thanks, Spirit. I appreciate the thoughts. This one should be easier than the last. Doc said only 90 minute surgery instead of 5 hours. Not all jacked up like the one that had been done before. With the weather warming up, I’m anxious to wet a line...

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Feb 27, 2021 12:38:56   #
Randyhartford Loc: Lawrence, Kansas
 
DennyLongley wrote:
Amen to that! We will be praying about your procedure too.


Thanks Denny.

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