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TODAY’S SCRIPTURE

“Every day I will bless You, and I will praise Your name forever and ever.”
(Psalm 145:2, NASB)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria

Christians experience daily obstacles and struggles. But even though you aren’t immune to life’s day-to-day challenges, you have the power of Jesus Christ to overcome them! His power is available every day to help you win not only the big battles, but the little daily battles as well. God has an abundant life in store for you, which includes victory over the little things in your life that may seem big. Nothing can prevent you from being all that God wants you to be — so choose to claim victory today in the name of Jesus!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

God, I praise You for the daily victory you give to Your children. It’s a blessing to know that I can bring every problem I have to you, no matter how small. In Jesus’ Name. Amen

— Joel & Victoria Osteen

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  1. Pope Francis has warned that he was ready to punch anyone who insulted his mother.

    The pontiff said this yesterday in remarks made en route to the Philippines from Sri Lanka, that “there are limits to freedom of expression and my mother was the limit.

    “We have a duty to speak openly, to have this freedom, but without offending others.

    “It’s true that you cannot react with violence, but if my aide Doctor Gasbarri, who is a friend, badmouths my mother, a punch would be coming for him,” he added.

    The Pope said in relation to recent events in Paris that violence in the name of religion can never be justified, but that there are limits to freedom of expression.

    “Many people badmouth religion, mock it, play with other people’s religion.

    “It can happen, but there are limits…

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  2. Pope Francis is using the wife beater’s defence (she provoked me!) to support mass murdering islamist fanatics. Personally, I’m not surprised since he and the Islamist’s are selling different flavours of the same poisonous drink. They know what they are preaching is bullsh!t which is why they don’t want it criticized.

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  3. Streetkid asks Pope: Why would God allow these things?
    Glyzelle Iris Palomar, 12, wept openly as she told the Pope how other street children like her fell into drugs and prostitution.

    Another former street child, Jun Chura, 14, told the Pope he left his home and lived on the streets because of extreme poverty.
    Chura said he used cardboard boxes for his bed and would scavenge bottles, plastics and other recyclable items to get money for food.

    The Pope then alternately “blessed” and hugged the two children.

    THAT SURELY DID NOT ANSWER THE POOR CHILDREN’S PROBLEMS DID IT?

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  4. MANILA – Pope Francis said on Sunday men should listen to women’s ideas more and not be male chauvinists.
    “Women have much to tell us in today’s society. At times we men are too ‘machista,'” he said, using the Spanish term for male chauvinists.

    “(We) d o n ‘t allow room for women but women are capable of seeing things with a different angle from us, with a different eye. Women are able to pose questions that we men are not able to understand,” he said to more applause.

    He noted that it was a 12-year-old girl who had posed the toughest question, asking why God allowed children to be
    He ended that part of his impromptu remarks with a joke: “So, when the next pope comes to Manila, let’s please have more women among you.”

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  5. He noted that it was a 12-year-old girl who had posed the toughest question, asking why God allowed children to be ABANDONED

    He ended that part of his impromptu remarks with a joke: “So, when the next pope comes to Manila, let’s please have more women among you.”

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