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Father in heaven, thank you that You are the source of everything that we are dependent to You. Blessed my business venture, help the business that You entrusted me. I pray that it will the a blessing to our family to other people who need additional income. I pray that you continue to find ways to find solution in every problems that we encounter every day. I pray that Your grace and mercy be abundance in our lives. I back all the glory and honor belong to You alone. In the name of Jesus I pray amen.
Daily Bread Thursday, October 9 Eighteenth Week after Pentecost Saint of the Day: The Holy Martyress Poplia the Confessor, Deaconess of Antioch St. Poplia early became a widow, and with all her strength she turned to raising up her son John in the Christian faith. John became a presbyter, and Poplia for her prudent and ascetic life merited the dignity of deaconess. She took under her guidance widows and young women desiring to devote themselves to the service of God, and she organized a monastery in her home. During the time of the persecution of Christians under the emperor Julian the Apostate (361-363), Saint Poplia with the sisters denounced the reprobate. When the emperor made his way to the house of Poplia, the sisters sang loudly the 113th Psalm, denouncing idol-worship. The soldie
Dear Good Janet, Howdy again sweet friend! According to your profile, you say that you were born on July 16, 2012. If that is accurate, it means you are now two years of age. Janet, are you much older than your age of two, or did you make a mistake about saying in your profile that you were born in 2012? Please edit your profile unless you want people to believe you were born in 2012. Janet, God richly bless you in Jesus' holy Name! Love, Your friends George Christian and Deniseey V.
Daily Bread Wednesday, October 8 Eighteenth Week after Pentecost Saint of the Day: The Nun Pelagia St. Pelagia was converted to Christianity by Sainted Nonnos, Bishop of Edessa (Comm. on Saturday of Cheesefare Week). Before her acceptance of saving Baptism, Pelagia was head of a dance troupe in Palestinian Antioch, living life in frivolity and profligacy. But one time Pelagia, elegantly dressed, was making her way past a church, at the doors of which Saint Nonnos was preaching a sermon. Believers turned their faces away from the sinner, but the bishop long glanced after her. Struck by the outer beauty of Pelagia and having foreseen the spiritual greatness in her, the saint in his cell prayed long to the Lord for the sinner, grieving that the poverty attiring his soul could not compare wit