y is it on Sunday after church we are Joyous and friendly and then on Monday we become Oscar the...
I have done that in the pass and I have to remind myslef to stop. It's really about changing OUR ways to God's ways and getting in His presense. The word says... "In His presense there is fufillness of Joy'. I have come to see that the more we THINK about ourselves the more frustrated and gumpy we get. There is worry all around. But I think as long as we are bringing our lives to God, He can do anything with it.
I think people have the wrong attitude about work. Monday starts the work week and people don't like their jobs so they allow this to steal their joy. But we need to pray that either God give us the same joy at work that we have at church or move us to a workplace where we can feel that joy. He is everywhere, so He is just as much on the job as He is in the church.
by LakeShow T 8 years ago
Being that my game already happened on Thursday between the Vikings and Saints, the remaining game that I am most looking forward to is the Monday night game:Baltimore Ravensvs.New York JetsBoth teams were amongst the most active in the NFL off season. In fact, I would say these are the two teams...
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why Is Easter Monday, The Day After Easter Sunday, Not A Federal Holiday In The United States?
by Linda Bilyeu 6 years ago
Which day do you dislike the most?
by David 470 7 years ago
I been comparing days lately and noticed that my traffic to my hubs seems to rise on friday to sunday, then it decreases on monday - about 1000-2000 views. Is that normal? It seems like it's a big drop number, but in actuality, it's only 20%.Anyone else have a drop on Mondays?
by Philip Agutu 17 months ago
Does going to church on Saturday make one 'holier' than on Sunday?
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
What are your plans this coming Holy week, are you celebrating it?For most Catholics and some Christian denomination the Holy Week is a big celebration.
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