Archive for February, 2013

Our eyes betray us
As they cannot hide
Thoughts and emotions
That circle inside

Thinking about a wonderful poem and the comments he offers to explain it. It is wonderful!
http://kevinkrogh.com/poetry.php?id=16 a poem in one of his novels: The Doll in McCallaway’s Store


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Reflect your moment
With a song
Let your lungs open
And be strong

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Always remember
God will make a way
For any endeavor
If you have the faith
If it is a righteous thing
That offers up light
Blessings He will bring
For growth and insight
God will make a way
In all things He is strong
Although we are weak
He will help us along

We can endure
If we have faith

His path is sure 
He is the Way

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My tongue was bleeding
I bit it so hard
As you were speaking
I hid it, on guard

Your words, though true
Were quite unpleasant
What good would it do
To call you a pheasant?

Bite your tongue!

Fig. an expression said to someone who has just stated an unpleasant supposition that unfortunately maybe true. Mary: I’m afraid that we’ve missed the plane already. Jane: Bite your tongue! We still have time. Mary: Marry him? But you’re older than he is! Sally: Bite your tongue!
See also: bite
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

What Does the Bible Say About Taming Your Tongue?

Bible verses about Taming Your Tongue ESV / 243 helpful votes. Set a guard, O Lord, over my mouth; keep watch over the door of my lips! Helpful Not Helpful 

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Love is a Force

Love is a force
Driven in service
Setting a course
Unto our purpose

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Come What May

Come what may
In truth, we will love it!
All is okay
When we have the Lord’s Spirit!

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Richard C. Edgley

Go to a mountain
And shout, “God is real!”
Be free of doubt and
Feel the Lord heal

Do not accept
Feeling low and lost
Rise up, wind swept
No matter what the cost

Faith is a verb
Requiring action
Seek out God’s word
Through interaction

Choose faith over doubt, choose faith over fear, choose faith over the unknown and the unseen, and choose faith over pessimism.

Faith—the Choice is Yours

First Counselor in the Presiding Bishopric
Ensign, October 2010

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