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My Engagement Ring

Started by Hermit, October 13, 2017, 03:17:39 am

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Jacqueline

Lovely ring but, do we need a reminder to always tell the " truth, or to be truthful?..."


" Love the animals: God has given them the rudiments of thought and untroubled joy.  Do not, therefore, trouble them, do not torture them, do not deprive them of their joy, do not go against God's intent. " ~  Fyodor Mikhail Dostoyevski.

Jeanne Lee

Jackie, I don't know about you, bt I certainly do ned reminders.  For instance, when I fell cold I'm apt to say/think "I'm freezing".  That obviously is not the truth and cold be "I:m cold" or "I'm very cold".
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Hermit

It reminds me to let go to let God (TRUTH)
Perfect love, perfect joy, is to be filled with Christ. Filled with God, Holy Spirit, Word of God. In other words TRUTH.

Jacqueline

October 14, 2017, 02:03:46 am #4 Last Edit: October 14, 2017, 02:26:46 am by Jacqueline
Jeanne Lee...
...oh you mean as in every day " a figure of speech..." I am boiling hot, or I am freezing cold, or as cold as brass monkeys, or, now I am in hot water...I had better stop saying..." I am in the dog house..." ;D

Hermit...yes, truth is God...or God is truth...


" Love the animals: God has given them the rudiments of thought and untroubled joy.  Do not, therefore, trouble them, do not torture them, do not deprive them of their joy, do not go against God's intent. " ~  Fyodor Mikhail Dostoyevski.