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ANGELS FOR ALL TIME
Ever wonder what the angels do all day long? Find out in this fun but informative children’s fiction book. Angels can be precious but they can be mischievous too. These are not your ordinary cherubs but angel children bringing to life stories straight from the Bible, along with everyday moral lessons all children need to learn. Meet make believe angels, performing not so make believe tasks to honor God in Heaven. Each chapter contains its own range of different, colorful characters, sure to not only bring a smile to you and your child’s face, but teach a lesson as well. From vanity to friendship, to simple obedience, come share some adventures like no other in Heaven.
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AUNT CECIL PUTS GRAHAM BEHIND HER
"Here's your cup of tea Aunt Cecil." Kelly gingerly carried the steaming cup over to her aunt and carefully laid it on the table beside her chair. "It's the special blend you ordered from Brazil that came in the mail last week. I hope you like it."
Aunt Cecil smiled at her niece and replied, "Kelly, dear Kelly, it will be perfect I'm sure." Aunt Cecil settled herself comfortably in the chair and blew gently on her cup of tea before taking a sip. "Oh yes, it's just right, thank you so much."
"Megan should be right behind me. She was making us some hot chocolate." Kelly grinned. "I just can't drink hot tea. Oh did I tell you that Megan loves coffee now? Ever since…"
"Ever since what," Megan asked. "Here, take your cocoa Kelly, and fill me in on what you guys are talking about."
"I was just telling Aunt Cecil how much you like coffee since you came home from Scotland."
Coffee Shop or Gas Station?
Is your church life more like a coffee shop or a gas station? Are you getting fueled by the time spent there or are you merely using it for a social network? I know this happens because I have experienced it myself and I would rather be fueled than befriended any day. I have made some of my best friends at church but still that is not the reason for attending a stable, bible based, spirit filled church. When I leave my church building on Sunday afternoon I expect to be re-charged, pumped up, excited, and even somewhat changed.
A coffee shop offers a bit of caffeine to get you awake and moving but you last only as long as the "buzz" of the caffeine lasts. It also may offer a sugary cake to tempt you into thinking you will get some energy from that too. A gas station fills you to the brim and you leave fueled and ready to go for miles, 407 in my vehicle, to be exact. That is how I want to feel after services on Sunday. Ready to go for miles and miles on the renewed spirit and joyful experience that a truly spiritually filled service offers; not merely a bit of caffeine and sugar that might, just might last until you go to bed Sunday night.
Sometimes I do not get fueled on Sunday, but it is my own fault. I may not be paying close enough attention to the message, or maybe there is something between my heart and God that I need to clear up before I can receive any fuel. It could be I am just looking for the sugary stuff and do not want to bother with the hard stuff, the gas that keeps me fueled much longer. But, I know, God has greater plans for me that sugary, caffeine filled hours are not enough for, nor will I receive the fuel I need if my heart is not prepared and open to receive.
Romans 15:13 "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit."
So, what about you? Coffee shop or gas station?