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Posted on Tue, Dec 27, 2005 22:07

doubled81 write:
i was blessed to find this at a sight the other day and thought i would i would share some of it with you,maybe he thought we would just know ,THE ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT HONOR THY CHILDREN, BUT HE BUT HE DOESENT OVER LOOK IT ,HONOR THY CHILDREN,DD81...<><

So true DD81,my kids always come first even if I have to miss a ride,they are more important than my bike ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 23:38

yes you did!!



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 18:51

We are "all" children in christ!! We "all" fail... he holds us up and holds us together!

I was told by someone that "guilt" and "self loathing" are Satans tools to torture us and keep us from our riches. Said that Jesus forgave us, Satan convinces you not to accept it!

  


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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 17:23

I find comfort in the fact that I gave my kids a good foundation, alot of love, and the knowledge that God loves them and protects them whereevre they go. Once they reach a certain age and leave home, we have to let them go but never stop loving them and praying for them and one day they will return with much apprecaiton.....



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 15:23

Geez Charley, it's hard i tell ya.

Here I'm the patriarc and I'm spose to hold the family together. Then I fail and it's helter skelter.

My wife says it best:
"Now we'll never live happily ever after"

It has taken a long time, but The creator is helping me faceit and get through it. this time of year is tough, but we can do it.

Thanks for thinking of us. You're a special friend.
Hmmmm, warmin' up up here in Wisconsin a little, too!



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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 15:16

DD81,
Great Post.
Spadoman
Good to see ya.
What do ya do when one is lost?
Dads...love 'em and protect them while you can...We never know..

  


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Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2005 12:31

Good one Double81

The children are our future. They are miracles given to us from The Creator

The Elder has taught me that the children only know reality. They are a true example of how to live in the now. They forgive and forget quickly, they don't hold grudges. They don't know hatred. They act the way they act because they learn from us.

Hold them dear, honor the miracle.



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