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daisyrlb
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God Thought Friends, Blessed 2013! Finally I'm back. Finally closed the last God Thought thread of 2012.

Payne, Thanks for the encouragement to start the new thread already [Wink]

Last time Lymetoo posted, "Recovery video for church/10,000 Reasons" about Caleb. Very inspiring. I am compelled to repost it and pray each of you are inspired, too, as we live the seconds, minutes, days, weeks, months, years...that our Creator God grants us. Here is the link.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=4758486757010

Also, Lymetoo, shared a journal entry from Gage's mom's journal, "Thank you for being in control especially because I am a mess and need you so badly."

There is a saying, "A person whose Bible is falling a part, probably isn't." I say, "A person whose Bible is falling a part, probably realizes just how falling a part they truly are."

Halleloooo to the One who loves us, draws us, holds us, fills us, and keeps us...from totally falling a part. Immanuel-God IS with us!

May we begin each morning with praise and may we close each night with thanksgiving.

God bless you all and may 2013 be filled with God's healing touch (body, soul, mind, and spirit) and may 2013 be a year filled with much JOY. In the Name of the Joy-Giver, JESUS.

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Amen, daisy!!

Good to "see" you! Read your post on the last entry of God Thought for 2012...

Praying for gwb...so sorry to hear he has been sick.

How wonderful that you were able to buy a house and that it is so close to one of your sons and his family! God worked that one out for you!

Thanks for your prayers and well wishes for 2013. I also pray the same for you and your family.

[group hug]

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"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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Good Morning All, It's a new day!

Dekrator, Thank you!

And now several verses to share Lamentations 3:22-23,

"Because of the Lord's great love we are not consumed,
for his compassions never fail.
They are new every morning;
great is your faithfulness."
[group hug]

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My Words maybe rattled and backwards, but,
my heart is pounding and Our Lord is Listening !

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[group hug] [spinning smile] [spinning smile] [spinning smile] [spinning smile] [spinning smile] [bow]

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Daisy...it was so refreshing to watch Caleb's link once again. Inspiring as you say. Brought my life back into perspective again. Beautiful as you always share with us. Sure have missed you here on God Thought. Lamentations 3:22-23 are exactly other positive uplifty thoughts I needed. Thank you.

Payne... I like that, prayer conversations with the Lord...yeah, I sure have been chatting much with Him. I tried duct tapping my lips long enough for me to give Him a chance to speak...but well, I am so long winded, the tape started flapping around to get more words out and lost its sticky glue.

I have been doing some research on this gentelman named Jacques Derrida. A man whose philosophy approach has made him an influential figure. He has written many books. I am not real good at picking philosophy apart, but I can be a deep thinker at times. So, I would like to share some thoughts I picked apart, with you. Okay? Ok.

Is forgiving someone one of your New Year Resolutions? You know you "should" but you simply cannot reconcile "should" with the deep hurt you still feel. Consider these words from Jacques Derrida, in commenting on the Truth and Reconciliation work in South Africa: "To approach the very concept of forgiveness, logic and common sense agree for once with the paradox: that is, it is necessary to begin with the fact that, yes, there is the unforgivable. Is this not, in truth, the only thing to forgive? The only thing that calls for forgiveness, if there is any, where there is the unforgivable." Such forgiveness allows the forgiver to participate in radical transformation, but is possible only by exercising the personal choice to do it--an act of faith empowered by God's grace.

Whew! was that deep!? That took me a long time to figure out! [lol] [dizzy]

Have a blessed day 4 of the new year. It's TGIF

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Not sure about others but it would help me if the thread was a week at a time.

I was able to read a few of the short posts. Thx

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Kam...sometimes this is very difficult to do for reasons of being occupied with life and callings from God. I am sorry. We can try and break up the larger posts if this will help. I hope this day is better than yesterdays and you see the many blessings in which God our Father has given you this day.

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Thanks for posting that, daisy!! Saturday was Caleb's one year "anniversary".. The family celebrated by watching the Aggies win the Cotton Bowl! They pray he can return to A & M soon.

I was going to bring the link from his Caring Bridge here. Maybe MDW can grab it from FB for me?? I am working off a computer that downloads FAR TOO SLOWLY!

Thanks for prayers for my husband's family. I posted about the funeral on the thread DogsNCats started.

---signing off for now---


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Lymetoo... Continued prayers for your husband and family...and you. Sounds like from what you have posted about your husband, he is an amazing husband and a son.
You rest, you have been through so much tutu.

Here is the link from Caring Bridge tutu asked me to post.

http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/CalebjEntsch

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Good Sunday morning God Thought friends.
When I heard the story of the trapped whales I immediately thought God intervened.
It brought to mind this song. Sorry not up to reading or posting more.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phyMIkhJlqU

The killer whales trapped under ice near a remote Quebec village reached safety today after the floes shifted on Hudson Bay, according to the mayor's office in Inukjuak.

Water opened up around the area where the orcas had been coming up for air and the winds seemed to have shifted overnight, creating a passageway to the open water six miles away.

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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Nice song, Pocono! Glad to hear about the whales.

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Caleb Jentsch


Jesus Calling today

Written Jan 20, 2013 8:54pm by deborah jentsch
This three day weekend in January has been spent quite differently than the three day weekend last year.

Both are weekends of celebration for us. Last year we celebrated Caleb opening his eyes for the first time after 13 days, on January 18, 2012. This was the day following a prayer time held at the Aggie BSM.

January 18, 2013 not only are Caleb's eyes open, he started the weekend apart from us. He watched a movie and told us to rent and watch it. We loved hearing that because we are reminded of taking him to the lake house on weekends from Touchstone.

He didn't like to watch anything for more than ten minutes because he could not follow what was going on due to his memory deficits. Saturday, yesterday, we watched the movie he recommended and were thrilled he would be able to follow the plot which had twists and turns.

Thank you Lord for your evidence of healing which we could not see a year ago. Thank you for the healing in the days ahead which we cannot see today.


If you do not have the devotional book Jesus Calling you are missing out on a wonderful yearly devotional. The January 20th entry is exceptionally good and Caleb actually texted me a portion of it this morning. He had not checked his email to realize I had emailed him the same devotion.

It reads - As you make plans for the day, remember that it is I who orchestrate the events of your life.
Floods of memories from last year -as I awoke in the middle of the night January 19th i knew God had orchestrated the events of Caleb's skiing, injury, rescue, care, and the list goes on in both directions.

I could hardly believe the devotion I was reading the next morning after God put on my heart HE conducted what was orchestrated. ...... The devotion continues to say - don't try to figure out....simply trust Me and thank Me in advance for the good that will come of it all.

I did not know what I was thanking God for a year ago, but now I know there is much to be thankful for in those days. I do not know what to be thankful for in the days ahead, but I do thank God for what HE has orchestrated for the days ahead.

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares The Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11

Thanks to all of you who praised God when Caleb opened his eyes last year.....and continued to pray and give thanks. We are thankful for you and your prayers.

Thanks to God the creator and orchestrator,
The Jentsches

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Lymetoo,

What a beautiful journal entry by Caleb's Mom. I've always thought that she and her husband write so eloquently.

It's so good to hear how well Caleb is doing a year after his accident. God is great.

I also love "Jesus Calling". It seems that each and every daily devotional/entry in that book speaks to me...and my friend said the same thing.

I guess it goes to show you how much we are all the same.

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"For I know the plans I have for you", declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future". -Jeremiah 29:11

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You know what? Caleb is back in college!! I missed that info while we were gone and I couldn't read the blog. He is taking 7 hours .. one is a bowling class! Very good for his physical rehab!

His mom says he's having trouble adjusting socially .. but it's up and down on that. There are so many things he used to be able to do .. and now can't.

So I'm sure it's painful for him to see others pass him by. I sure hope he does well and keeps progressing! Keep praying!!

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Good news on Caleb! YAY!! Will keep praying that he continues to progress.

I read this about Caleb yesterday and had previously read the daily devotional from Dr. Jeremiah's book, Discovery.

It was titled True Strength.

2 Corinthians 12:9

New International Version (NIV)


9 But he said to me, ``My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.'' Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ's power may rest on me.

The devotional points out that we are strong (in Christ) as we recognize our own human weakness,when we depend more on Him and less on ourselves.

Real true faith is man's weakness leaning on God's strength. D.L. Moody

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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Daisy,

I tried to PM you but your cup runneth over. [Big Grin]

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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Thank you Lord for Dr. Jones and for affording him the ability to continue to treat sick children. I pray for the corruption to cease.

I also pray for those against Dr. Jones to see "The Light" .

1.Mark 9:37
``Whoever receives one of these little children in My name receives Me; and whoever receives Me, receives not Me but Him who sent Me.''

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Luke 18:16

But Jesus called them to Him and said, ``Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of God.

Mine eyes look toward the mountains, help cometh from on high, from God who never slumbers, whose care is ever nigh.
A Swedish paraphrase of Psalm 121

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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Pocono .. I can provide the link to his caringbridge site again if you'd like to read it. It's so awesome. My friend Deborah (his mom) is an AWESOME writer. She needs to publish that journal .. for sure!

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I just thought of posting this here for those who may be interested. I've been in involved in this ministry for the past 3 1/2 yrs and have been on the board of directors for the past year.

http://www.thetorchbearer.org/home0.aspx

Check it out. It's a ministry in Cameroon, where our founder is from. Read his bio .. it is amazing. Went from a thatched hut to being a nuclear physicist!

http://www.thetorchbearer.org/founder_president__martin_niboh_phd0.aspx

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God was there...waiting for US
when we forgot to pray this morning..
when blessing our food at meals..
when praying for others, nieghbors, enimies..
family loved ones,
ones in need of healing ...
when driving through a stop sign,etc.
So, God said where were you ?
what were you doing ?
God was there,
He had asked me this morning as I arose to His WORD,
where were you yesterday in your regular practice ?? of meeting me and calling on me ??
- when I waited there to hear your prayers..
when I stopped the car from hitting US..
when I made all things bow to The Name of Jesus.
what were you doing son. watching TV, talking on the phone, shopping, busy with your life ?
and God said "I WAS THERE"
when our Fears and woes are faced with life events, we find God is already there, waiting for US..
We are the ones that were not there..
when God wanted to hear our prayers..
He was there, waiting.. We were busy with life first and God second..
PUT GOD FIRST IN ALL THINGs.. and watch your busy life become PEACEFILLED...

John 8:29-32; Mosiah 2:22, 41; D&C 82:10; 1 Nephi 2:20 (blessings for obedience)

may we all find Blessings and Great happiness with Joy in being Obediant in all things with God.

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Pocono... beautiful verses you shared and the Swedish paraphrase was very pretty. How have things worked out in Dr. J's favor?

Lymetoo... Wow! Busy lady you are. I did not know you were on the board of directors for this ministry. How awesome. Just keep learning more and more about you. Enjoyed reading Martin Niboh's bio. Very interesting...May God bless him and this ministry.

Wayne...Beautiful your write... May I be obedient in all things with our Lord and Savior and put Him first in my life. Thank goodness he is a loving and merciful God.

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"Whosoever believeth in me shall not perish, but have eternal life." John 3:15

Faith. For much of my life my definition of faith was "a belief in God."

I believed that God existed.
I believed that God was lovely in all things he created.
I believed that God was omnipotent.
In a few short years of become a Christian:
I believed that God was a loving God.

However, My faith put limits on God. How could he have time to worry about me, when he had to take care of the rest of the world? Was I worthy of his time? Maybe I shouldn't bother him, and I should take care of myself.

Finally, I asked meself the most important question:
"Who am I to put limits on God?"

We are all children of God, and he does not play favorites. God is all-loving and all-powerful. He can care for us all at the same time. If we let him. If we surrender to his love. If we believe.

"Whosoever believeth in Him..."

What a beautiful gift from a loving Father, who requires nothing more of me than my faith.

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Thank you, payne and MDW!! That was awesome!

I especially needed the reminder that God is waiting for me to talk to Him!

Yes, MDW .. I am so thrilled to be a part of the ministry. I wish I could do more for them than I am. Dr Niboh is so spirit-filled and the ministry needs help. He wants to help ALL of Africa.

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I read this thread and see how God is moving by His Spirit in people's lives and situations. I am blessed.

Sorry I have not been around. Things are still hectic but, by God's grace, I am keeping first "things" first...God in the quiet time.

He is helping me prioritize as I have so much on my place...He gives me peace.

Mattew 6:33, "Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added to you."

Praise His Name Forever!

(Pocono sorry my inbox is full. I do need to clean it out. Not sure when)

Thank you all for understanding.

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daisy.. Good to see you back!!

Pocono and I wanted to know if it's OK if one of us begins a new thread each week?

Thanks... have a blessed evening!

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Hi Lymetoo,

OH, yes, please do start a new thread each week! I appreciate that very much and I believe all the other God Thought Friends will too!

Thank you very much for understanding and for your faithfulness.

Holy Cyber Hugs [group hug]

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I think it would help others to not have to scroll so far! I have a particular person in mind.

I hope your life is going well!

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Lymetoo,

It is a very good idea to do the God Thought thread weekly. Thanks for taking up that responsibility. Sorry I haven't been around much at all.

I am doing really well, thank God, life keeps me active with various priorities and commitments. Somewhere along the line I figured I can't do everything. [bonk]

Seriously, it is wonderful and freeing to know what I am doing...is what the Lord wants me to be doing.

Blessings to all God Thought Friends. May you be blessed by this verse,

"You have made known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand" Psalm 16:11.

God is good all the time and all the time God is good!

PS: I'll be watching for the new God Thought thread.

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since this is God's Thought thread..
perhaps each saturday or sunday evening get a new thread..
As, most folks find sunday a bit laxing from world demands..
as, for myself.. sunday Am would represent prayers in need and sunday PM would be set for responses to our callings..and challanges sharing in Great Works too !!
and then the week would follow with our efforts and fasting/sacrfices to to be answered.
daisy i respect your efforts in returning here and grouping the flock..
May The Lord's Will show us HIS plan.

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What is fruitfulness for the Lord? It is simply being useful for Him....

God wants to capture us by His love,
harness us by His Spirit,
shape us by His Word,
and change us into usefulness by His PRUNING!

That is what our lifetime is all about.
The shaping,
refining,
pruning Hand of God is with us all through life--either we accept it and grow,

or resent it and miss the eternal blessings.

what fruit are you ? a banana rottening away quickly, or a grape which is made into wine and stored forever ?
from the vine we grow and mature, our harvest is looked at as grains,
perhaps we need to see what our harvest continues to provide after winter
and spring rebounds..

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hmmm, i gets it you all are silent in prayers..
i think daisy's box is full,?/?
I will dicontinue my efforts to push on with this thread..
May The Lord Bless all that call on the Saviors Name.. "Jesus Christ"
see you in Heaven.

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We're here, payne!! Daisy said we can begin a new thread each week if we want to. She's not here very often and neither is MDW..

Here are two TV interviews that Caleb did this week.... He's glorifying God!

Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ubp2nabaZw
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnN3AoOvPKE

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"...we speak wisdom among those who are mature, yet not the wisdom of this age, nor of the rulers of this age, who are coming to nothing.  But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, the hidden wisdom which God ordained before the ages for our glory, which none of the rulers of this age knew; for had they known, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory.
 "But as it is written: 'Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him.'
 "But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit." 1 Corinthians 2:6-10

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It might be helpful to start a new thread every week. I do not always post but this thread is something I look for when I come to lymenet.
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I'll do it now. I was going to start doing that, but wasn't sure anyone would notice!!

Thank you, payne! I love your reminders!!

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