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where is the right rib lost fr

where is the right rib lost from you ?
nalucy 4/19/2005 8:27 am
God said,"it is not good that the man should be alone;i will make him a helper as his partner".So the LORD GOd caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man ,and he slept;then he took one of his ribs and closed up its place with flesh.And the rib that the LORD God had taken from the man be made into a woman and brought her to the man ,Then the man said,"This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh"-----
i am whose rib? i just wondring ......i felt so dissappointed been met the wrong one ,you hurry past by ,i work hard just want to look for your figure .......
where is the only right one? did you ever feel the aches in your chest?......

When Life Hands You Hurts . . .
Posted:Jan 21, 2006 9:13 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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Listen to the caring voices you have never heard before. Be open to the possibility that there is a living, loving God. God may be trying to connect with you to help you with a burst of faith that you have never before been willing to consider as a reality. There are so many worlds within worlds, and the best and brightest of us have never been exposed to many of the realities of this spiritual universe. . . . Since your birth this Eternal Super Spirit called God has made and is making millions of moves to connect with your spirit.

Look and listen to the positive ideas, moods, emotions, impulses, memories, and mental assumptions that are constantly entering your consciousness. Whatever stimulates your sense of aliveness could well be a message from God. Or the aliveness could be the very presence of God within you!

The Bible claims to present the voice and word of God to humans on planet earth. Here we read: "Lo, I am with you always" (Matt. 28:20). God can inspire and inject ideas into your mind or feelings into your heart.

With six billion humans on earth, God has six billion possible humans to use in his network of communicating to other persons. So long as we can see, hear, notice, and be influenced (however slightly) by another human, we may be getting a message from the God who knows all, cares compassionately, and is making connections to our hearts, minds, and spirits, even if we don't attribute any life or credit to Him. Be open to see and hear God in anything or anyone.
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Trouble Changes Us
Posted:Jan 21, 2006 9:07 am
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Trouble never leaves you where it found you. It either changes you into a better person or a bitter person. You have the freedom to choose what your problem will do to you. The weak time can become your peak time.

One cantankerous old man lived as if he was mad at the whole world. Then one day he had a stroke, which left him paralyzed. Years later, when an old friend paid him a visit, the former didn't seem to be the same person. The grouchy old man had become mellow. His roughness had become smooth and gentle. His eyes, which had been hard as steel, had become warm and soft. The worn, wrinkled face, once tight and stiff, was glowing with warmth. Noticing the transformation in the old man's personality, the friend said, "Sickness and trouble have a way of coloring the personality, don't they?" The elderly man looked up at him and replied in a quiet and gentle voice, "Yes, sickness has a way of coloring the personality, and I decided that I would pick the colors and make them beautiful!"

how do you think about it?
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Faith
Posted:Jan 21, 2006 9:03 am
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Lord, I believe

in the sun, even when it is behind the clouds;

in the seed, even when it lies unsprouted under

the ground;

in faith, even when I have been betrayed;

in love, even when I have been rejected;

in hope, even when I have been hurt;

in God, even when you do not answer my prayers.

Amen.
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Only Time Will Tell
Posted:Jan 4, 2006 4:35 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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The longer I study human life the more I realize that only God knows what's good and what's bad for us. One of my favorite stories is the classic story of the Chinese who had one and one . One day his broke out of the corral and fled to the freedom of the hills. The neighbors came around that night and chattered, "Your got out? What bad luck!" "Why," the old man said, "how do you know it's bad luck?" Sure enough, the next night the came back to his familiar corral for his usual feeding and watering, leading twelve wild stallions with him! The farmer's saw the thirteen horses in the corral, slipped out, and locked the gate. Suddenly [the man] had thirteen horses instead of none. The neighbors heard the good news and came chattering to the farmer, "Oh, you have thirteen horses! What good luck!" And the old man answered, "How do you know that's good luck?"

Some days later his strong young was trying to break one of the wild stallions only to be thrown off and break a leg. The neighbors came back that night and passed another hasty judgment: "Your broke his leg? What bad luck!" And the wise father answered again, "How do you know it's bad luck?" Sure enough, a few days later a Chinese warlord came through town and conscripted every able-bodied young man, taking them off to war, never to return again. But the young man was saved because of his broken leg. Only God knows what's good for us and what's bad for us.

"All things work together for good to those who love God." When we learn this lesson, then it becomes possible for us to pray the surrendering prayer of deepest faith, "Thy will be done."
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I Am Waiting
Posted:Jan 2, 2006 11:41 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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Thank you, Lord, for your messages that come from the deepest, unexplored, unfathomable seas of silence.

Through beautiful, positive thoughts you come into my mind.

Oh, Lord, it is going to be a great day!

I am waiting.

amen
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favorite sentences
Posted:Jan 1, 2006 7:53 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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"My brethren,count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations......"--James1:2-4

"God is our refuge and strength,a very present helpin trouble"----Psalms 46:1

"Blessed are the merciful:for they shall obtain mercy"--Matthew 5;7

"Blessed are the poor in spirit:for theirs is the kingdom of heaven"---Matthew5:3

"In the same way,let your light shine before others,so that they may see your good works and give glory to your father in heaven"--Matthew 5:16

"so do not worry about tomorrow;for tomorrow will bring worries of its own.Today's trouble is enough for today"--Matthew 6:34
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Consider the Lilies
Posted:Dec 10, 2005 10:29 pm
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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Once Christ came to visit the home of Mary and Martha. Martha was so busy in the kitchen with the dishes and the food and the house and the clothes that she thought she had no time to come out to talk to Jesus. She was so concerned about things that she had no time for people, so concerned about her house that she had no time for God. So Jesus said, "Oh, Martha, you are so concerned about so many things, so many things. And only one thing is really needed."

And that is God!

Christ makes this point very clear in the Sermon on the Mount: "Blessed are they that hunger and thirst after righteousness, for they shall be satisfied" (Matt. 5:6).

There you have it-the formula for fulfillment, the key to contentment, the secret of satisfaction.

Listen to Jesus: Be not so concerned about things. Do not be so concerned about your house and your clothes. Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow. They toil not, neither do they spin, and yet I say unto you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will come (Matt. 6:27-33).

The feeling of fulfillment is in finding faith. Most of you understand and know that. You have felt the throb of God in your heart. You have prayed to Him and felt His presence. And these great spiritual experiences are real. No wonder they satisfy.
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I want.........
Posted:Nov 29, 2005 6:04 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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I want to be the blissful wisping wind
that wraps and winds its delicate way around you.
I want to be the simple breeze
that softly strokes every strand of your soft velvet mane.
I want to be the morning dew
dangling from a luscious limp leaf as it drips destined to intersect
between your perfectly parted lips.
I want to be the radiant rainbow
who arches her lovely loyal colors carefully over you.
I want to be the soft simmering summer sun
that silently slithers its smooth soothing warmth across your sweet
body.
I want to be the welcomed spring rain,
that calmly cools and refreshes your special sacred soul.

I only want to be your everything.
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What Is This Thing Called Hope?
Posted:Nov 24, 2005 6:28 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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Hope. It is a marvelous, mysterious mood that comes into your personality. Suddenly your load is lifted, color returns to your skin, and your eyes get their sparkle back. What is it? It is a scientific experience of the presence of God operating in your personality.

God believes in you. You have had times when you were in despair and you got through it. Somebody or something came and encouraged you. Or you got a bright idea. Or things changed. Or you got lucky. Again and again your good luck was really your good Lord.

Hope is a mystery. When it happens in the personality, it can only be scientifically described as the presence of a God of love coming into your mind, your spirit, your body, your personality! This is God. This is hope!
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Part of Life
Posted:Nov 23, 2005 3:43 am
Last Updated:Mar 5, 2006 9:29 pm
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Life's not fair. But is this what you deserve? It is imperative that you ask yourself this question and come up with a satisfactory answer, because it is the root of getting you successfully through any tragedy. It is also the foundation for building a new beginning.

The first question I hear from people when they get hurt is, "Why me?" But that's the wrong question. It can produce self-doubt and even self-contempt. The right question to ask is, Why not you? This question recognizes that what happens to you is incidental to who you are. Tragedies happen because tragedies are part of life. Death is part of life. You cannot have life without death, and you cannot have happiness without sadness. You cannot have life without hurts.
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