Friday, March 1

The Wiersbe Study Bible Review

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Good morning Everyone!! I wanted to share with you this great resource. I have been enjoying this study Bible. I have a bone disease that limits my hands from lifting heavy things at times. Rather than risking fractures I chose this in ebooks form. I love it because now I have it on the go wherever I go no matter where or what I am doing I always have God’s Word right there with me at all times. The extras as the maps are gloriously done, very detailed. The charts, the preaching outlines while I am not a Pastor they’d be a nice help maybe if you were to give to a Pastor. The concordance and catalyst notes is another great resource. I found there were many different questions and they were answered with scripture. I know many may think a Bible is a Bible, but my Bible is my life. I highly recommend this Bible to friends and family. Thanks for reading. 

Wednesday, February 6

Free Clothing Giveaway

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I wanted to share this picture of our clothing giveaway at our church. Kirkville Community Wesleyan Church. We will have a giveaway on February 28th from 5pm-7pm. Then March 2nd from 10am-12pm. Come on out and see what’s available for you. We have many different sizes. Thanks for looking. We are located 7691 Bridgeport Kirkville Rd, Kirkville, Ny 13082. 



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Friday, February 1

Taste and See Book Review

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The book opens to speak on hospitality and friendships being grown. How just a simple invitation, open door can be an opportunity that blesses you more than you realize. Especially when you may be grumbling on the inside. You leave satiated in belly and heart. God is intentional in each visit - each gathering. He uses these times to uncover a deep need and satiate a deep hunger. Where God could meet us and fill our hearts. God isn’t waiting for one particular season in the distant future to yield fruitfulness in our lives. He’s working throughout every season and every harvesting cycle. I enjoyed trying the different recipes within the book as well. Jesus tells his disciples and us today: We are agents of preserving. God has placed us in this culture, in this time, in this moment, in this slice of history, to preserve the ways, the teachings, the life, the power, the presence of Christ. This book made me feel like I wanted to have friends and others over so that we could connect, talk, eat together, build friendships with one another. 

Tuesday, January 1

Charlie Daniels Let's All Make The Day Count

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Book Description

Beloved American icon and Grammy Award-winning musician Charlie Daniels shares wit, wisdom, and life lessons he has learned from traveling and playing across the country.
Let's All Make the Day Count imparts Charlie’s positive attitude, timeless insight, and powerful spirit, and it will encourage and inspire you to make your day count.
Learn how you can make your day count from the encouraging and inspiring Charlie Daniels. Charlie has written a song for Elvis, played on a Bob Dylan album, toured the country for decades, and delighted fans around the world with his fiddle playing and signature hit song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." More important, he’s dedicated his life to helping others, including children, troubled teens, and veterans.
Join Charlie as he shares many of the things he has learned over the years and be encouraged and empowered by his new book, Let's All Make the Day Count. The book includes 100 readings with Bible verses and clever and pithy "Let's All Make the Day Count" statements. Charlie will inspire you with his positive attitude, timeless wisdom, and powerful spirit.
Let's All Make the Day Count imparts Charlie’s positive attitude, timeless insight, and powerful spirit, and it will encourage and inspire you to make your day count.

Book Review

I must say when I saw this it drew me in and with the description, I was definitely hooked. I heard a lot of Charlie Daniel's music growing up in my house. When I saw his book I knew it was something I had to give to our family. I did just that in giving the book to my Dad for Christmas. I also found a bit from his book about our attitude. I will share that excerpt from the book. "I know, of course, things will happen that are beyond our control, but so much of our lives are within our own ability to affect. What we do with our God-given talent, how we face the problems we are confronted with, and how we choose to view each new day is up to us. Is it just another twenty-four-hour period? Or is it another opportunity, another chance to move forward--a reason to rejoice?" I really liked this because we can sulk in what's going on or we can choose to change the attitude and move forward and enjoy the day and our lives. I think of the God-given talents that I have, some like what I do and others have discouragement that they always give me about what I do. They see what's wrong with what I do, they see the waste of time according to them. I will say this is a great treasure to have and a great book to give as a gift.


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Thursday, November 8

Overcomer by Dr David Jeremiah book review

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I must say that this has been a great book to review. The opinions I will give are my own. A point that was brought out was about getting quiet before the Lord. How many times have you sat down to spend time with the Lord and have the music playing maybe the TV is on or just noise around you? I have and the time isn’t as quality time as it can be. When I get quiet and I begin then it’s as though the Lord adds His own way of keeping us focused that we think of or maybe hear music and continue to be focused. There were so many other things that jumped at me. When he spoke about David and Goliath. You really saw the sides of each of them. Goliath was more of size, shout, and sight. David was more of conviction, confidence and courage. You can see immediately between the two which you’d want to be. I would rather the heart of David, heart of conviction to keep me focused on the Lord, heart of confidence that I can do as the Lord has called me to do. The courage to not doubt, but to remain in Him and focused on what He has called me to do. 

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Leah 
 

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