“When others condemn, Christ stands fast. When others moan, He who is Mightier than all, prays.
Be as He who is on high. Give praise to everything. Rejoice in times of peril, for He is with you. Cling to Him for He shall guard and protect.
Do not subject yourself to the cruelties of evil, for you are a child of the King. By His authority you have immense power and stature. Stand tall in the face of satan and he will depart.
Let not others dictate what is to be, for He on high is the Master of all, even the lowest of lowest.
He shall guide your steps so remain solidly planted on His foundation.
God, O’ Mighty God, let there be peace in all nations and all people’s. In Jesus name, I ask.”
This past Friday, the Atlanta, Georgia area got an early December surprise, SNOWFALL! I realize that people in other climates are used to frequent snow so it doesn’t make the headlines like it does down in the southern part of the U.S. But in our area, where it’s not unusual to have several years with no frozen precipitation at all, a dusting of snow is cause for lots of attention (especially from the suddenly self-important meteorologists). Normally here, the weather forecasters see themselves as radar-reading prophets as they herald impending doom and traffic jams anytime there’s the slightest possibility for the white stuff, but this time there was barely a mention of it, let alone accurately predicting the 6 to 8 inches that blanketed some areas of the city.
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