God Can Smile – Ancestry

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It was a party, after the ancestry lecture, and a whole group of women were gathered. They started to talk to each other. Tina was talking to Claire, and she asked her about the ancestry. Claire said: “My ancestry dates all the way back to Alexander, The Great!”

Caroline came in and said, “My ancestry dates all the way back to Constantine!”

Angie came in the conversation and said, “My ancestry dates all the way back to Genghis Khan! Tina, what about you? What did you find out about your ancestors?”

Tina looked very sad and she said, “Well, I really don’t know.”

The other ladies added, “Oh, well, I guess your ancestry doesn’t go back that far anyway, it’s probably a very short ancestry line.”

Finally, Tina noted, “Yes, it’s very sad; we’ve lost all our records in the flood!”

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The Good Shepherd

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Yahweh is my shepherd,
I lack nothing.

In meadows of green grass he lets me lie.
To the waters of repose he leads me;
there he revives my soul.

He guides me by paths of virtue
for the sake of his name.

Though I pass through a gloomy valley,
I fear no harm;
beside me your rod and your staff
are there, to hearten me.

You prepare a table before me
under the eyes of my enemies;
you anoint my head with oil,
my cup brims over.

Ah, how goodness and kindness pursue me,
every day of my life;
my home, the house of Yahweh,
as long as I live!

Psalm 23

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The real gift

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When we deepen our relationship; deepen our eyes, hearts, minds, to see the great gifts that are subtle yet extremely powerful, we become more attuned. Often, the greatest gifts are subtle and not seen. Many external gifts are simply manifestations of internal thankfulness. But it is that internal heart that is the real gift, although we may not be able to “see” it.

(from the book: Cheon Hwa Dang – The House of Heaven’s Harmony)

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Right Order Of Prayer

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The primary thing you have to understand is the relationship between God and yourself. Eventually you can pray for the sake of yourself, but you have to go through the proper sequence. You don’t just throw words away and hope they will be listened to. Not at all. Rather, you have to be consistent and go along with the order of all things. You have to say, “Our Father, my goal is even beyond my family. My goal is saving this country, but before I save this country, my family has to be unified. We are having a problem of unity in our family. So please, God, I will do whatever you want me to do, but please help us establish our family in Your way.” Do you understand? You have to look at God from a very valuable position. You have to see yourself not through your own eyes…

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