I Believe God will one day call us home no one is exempt we all have a course to complete we all have a battle to fight.We all have an appointment with death until we have completed the work God has given us to do we will stay here on earth what a blessing to know God has entrusted us with the souls of men.
God will use the willing.We all have a job assignment.
The only way we can get the job done is fully depend on God.no one is better than another only Jesus is worthy.John 15:4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me.
15:5 I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.
15:4 Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me.
I Need Gods power along lifes highway
I must seek to please others as I humbly bow and pray
My eyes must stay shut my ears must stay open
As Our God in Heaven has softly spoken
There is many a time an open door
if i wonder then wonder no more
when sin abides in the same old rut
the open door is no longer open but rather shut
The sin of unforgiveness the prayer of disbelief
brings dishonor and painfully no relief
When Grandchildren are around it reminds me of the importance of the next generation keeping the old time religion.It was good enough for....
Kids Internet Safety
Be Ready and Beware, Tips for Kids Internet Safety
From Linda Roeder, former About.com Guide
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There are a lot of kids Internet safety issues facing our kids today. Kids Internet safety has never been more important. With them implementation and popularity of social networking and IM kids Internet safety has really become a top concern for parents. Here are some thoughts and tips to help you as you think about how to face kids Internet safety with your kids.
Kids Internet Safety Issues
Kids are very naive and trusting, even teens. They don't know how the world works and they don't understand the extreme dangers that lay waiting out there in the world. That's why we, the parents and teachers, need to educate them on kids Internet safety.
Social networking, IM, chat, and all those other things that are out there on the Internet sucking our kids in are things we need to think about when we think about kids Internet safety. When someone "friends" your child they've made the first step. If they're a bad person, they're on their way to finding a way to meet with them. This is the most important thing you need to talk to your child about when it comes to kids Internet safety.
Also, talk to your kids about not putting personal information online. Kids Internet safety becomes compromised when they start adding information like where they live, their address, phone number and other information to the Web.
Social Networking for Kids
I urge you not to believe that there are no kids Internet safety issues and that your child is safe just because he/she is on a child based social networking site. The kids Internet safety is higher than it is on MySpace, I'll give you that, but they are never 100% safe. It would be like thinking your child is 100% safe at a fenced in playground just because you're sitting down the block reading a book.
Predators can pretend to be a child just as well on a child based social network. They can pretend to be your child's friend just as well too. They can set up a play date just as well outside of the Internet too.
Prepare your child for predators. Kids Internet safety means letting them know about the bad people out there and telling them never to meet with anyone without an adult with them. Just like you wouldn't let your child go visit someone down the road that you've never met, don't let them meet with someone online that you've never met either.
One the other side of this very thin line. Let them have fun and be kids. Social networking and playing games online can be a very fun and fulfilling time in their lives. It's also setting them up with the social networking skills they may need in their future to communicate with friends and employers.