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  • Jeremiah 42:6
    "Whether it is pleasant or unpleasant, we will listen to the voice of the Lord our God to whom we are sending you, in order that it may go well with us, when we listen to the voice of the Lord our God."

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Thursday, July 20, 2006



Thank you for sharing these thoughts about Job. I especially appreciated the points made under the heading "What kept Job".

I am always challenged when I am reminded that it is wrong to complain. Think of how God punished the Israelites for their complaining! I do not pay enough attention to this sin.


DEB! I am so glad I found your blog again :o) Could you please email me?


I enjoyed your notes on Job. There is so much in that little bit of Scripture.

Hey, would one of the ladies in that picture happen to have the name Sherry? I won't say which lady, but one looks so familiar to me. She looks like someone I went to school with and I remember as a very gentle Christian girl.

I hope you have air conditioning by today. I know it's been hot in VA. We just turned our AC on this week for the first time. I had to laugh at how many times you mentioned how cool that house was. hehe


Glad you cooled down and lifted up!


Lisa, no, sorry, no one named Sherry. But the one probably closest to your age that you might be thinking of is Cindy.


hmmm that doesn't ring a bell. She sure looks familiar though. Thanks. :)


By the way, since she wasn't who I thought she was I guess I can was the redhead beside you who looks so familiar to me.

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