“Comparing our blessings with those of others is almost certain to drive out joy. We cannot be grateful and envious at the same time.” –Elder Quentin L. Cook http://pinterest.com/pin/24066179231992952 from his message http://lds.org/general-conference/1996/10/rejoice Enjoy more from General Conference (of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints http://lds.org) http://facebook.com/pages/General-Conference-of-The-Church-of-Jesus-Christ-of-Latter-day-Saints/223271487682878
The Holy Father has called for the Year of Faith to be a time of renewed dedication to the Faith. Join us as we accept the Pope’s challenge and vigorously seek an encounter with Jesus Christ so that his desire for the Church’s renewal becomes a reality.
PROVERBS 6:34 Jealousy is an evil spirit! It is an admission of one’s feelings of inadequacy and showing your inability to deal with the truth. Being controlled by a spirit of jealousy will feed inadequacy through displays of anger and resentment toward another. Filled with bitterness and frustration that every chance you get, you try to hold someone else back and keep them down. In your mind, wrong is right and evil is good. Jealousy cuts you off from God...
Working on making this command center in my kitchen right now. Bought the mail holder today at Goodwill for $3.93 spray painted it black. Had an all white dry erase board I cover and spray painted the trim black. Already had a big wooden E I purchased at Goodwill a while back for $1.91. Have black frames already...just need the wire baskets and a big desk calender and we'll be set for business!