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The Golden Rule and Gay Marriage – 7 Observations


First Observation – all of my gay friends are dead.  Well, not all of my gay friends, I have some younger gay friends that are not dead.  All of my gay friends that would be my age if they were alive, are dead.  A talented photographer and a wonderful father to four gorgeous sons – dead.  An award wining florist and a beautiful person inside and out – dead.  My husband’s first cousin – dead.  My sister’s nephew’s father – dead.

 For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.  Romans 6:23

Second Observation – Our President cannot personally decide anything about marriage.  Marriage does not originate from our President, marriage does not originate from our government, marriage does not originate from man.  Marriage is a God institution  and as marriage originates from God, he has set out the parameters.

The Lord God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.”

19 Now the Lord God had formed out of the ground all the wild animals and all the birds in the sky. He brought them to the man to see what he would name them; and whatever the man  called each living creature, that was its name. 20 So the man gave names to all the livestock, the birds in the sky and all the wild animals.

But for Adam no suitable helper was found. So the Lord God caused the man to fall into a deep sleep; and while he was sleeping, he took one of the man’s ribs and then closed up the place with flesh. 22 Then the Lord God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man.

23 The man said,

“This is now bone of my bones
    and flesh of my flesh; 
she shall be called ‘woman,’
    for she was taken out of man. ”  

 That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.  Genesis 2:18-24

Observation Three – Our President said that he was using his faith as a Christian and applying the “golden rule” that Jesus commanded  us to do unto others as you would have them do unto you.  This statement is an oxymoron, as Christians we are to seek correction for disobedience to God’s laws.  As a Christian my desire is to have other Christians offer correction, not condone or coddle me in my sin.

Let a righteous man strike me—that is a kindness;
    let him rebuke me —that is oil on my head. 
My head will not refuse it,
    for my prayer will still be against the deeds of evildoers. Psalms 141:5

Observation Four – The actual physical union of a married man and woman is a sacrament.  It is a sacrament in the same sense that taking communion, the wine and the bread is a sacrament.  If you want to research this in more depth, I recommend “Theology of The Body” by Pope John Paul.

 “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh.”This is a profound mystery—but I am talking about Christ and the church. Ephesians 5:32

Observation Five – In every instance in the Bible when the disobedience is brought into a sacrament, the participants died.  Read the stories in Leviticus 9:23 and Acts 5:1-11.

Observation Six – God does not love someone less for being gay.  God sent his son to die for ALL MANKIND,  His desire is that none should perish.  I cannot love someone less for being gay.  The church cannot love someone less for being gay. God does not love me less for my sin.  The church cannot love me less for my sin.  I cannot defend my sin and expect others to condone and coddle my sin.

Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted.  Galatians 6:1

Observation Seven – If our government decides to offer civil unions for consenting adults, it may structure these civil unions in any way it chooses to structure them, as these unions will be a product of the government.  Our government, our President, any man cannot create a sacrament, a spiritual union, as it does not have the power or authority to produce such a union.

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Full of Hands


When my daughter was small and I would want to take her hand while crossing the parking lot or street, she would clasp her two hands tightly together and say, “ I can’t Mom, I am FULL of hands!” When Ananias was approached by the Holy Spirit to go and lay his hands on Saul, it seems he had the same reaction. Acts 9:13-14 in The Message says, “Ananias protested, “Master, you can’t be serious. Everybody’s talking about this man and the terrible things he’s been doing, his reign of terror against your people in Jerusalem! And now he’s shown up here with papers from the Chief Priest that give him license to do the same to us.”

There are many, many amazing things about Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus. The one amazing thing I want to focus on is that God asked Ananias to assist with his hands. Ananias laid his hands on Saul and Saul became Paul and regained his sight.

Saul had already met with Jesus. Jesus had told him, “Now you have met me, but this is not complete. I will tell you later what to do.” Saul is blind, not eating or drinking, his whole world turned upside down. The Jesus Saul had determined in his own mind to be an imposter, had spoken to him from beyond the grave. Instead of sight, Saul had received blindness.

Ananias is not mentioned anywhere else in scripture. Ananias was not an apostle, although early church historians indicated that he might have been one of the 70 disciples mentioned in Luke 10. God asked Ananias to use his hands, and Ananias did. In Acts 9:17-19, The Message, “So Ananias went and found the house, placed his hands on blind Saul, and said, “Brother Saul, the Master sent me, the same Jesus you saw on your way here. He sent me so you could see again and be filled with the Holy Spirit.” No sooner were the words out of his mouth than something like scales fell from Saul’s eyes—he could see again! He got to his feet, was baptized, and sat down with them to a hearty meal.”

Ananias, a simple disciple, mentioned no where else in scripture, places his hands on Saul. His hands changed Saul’s life and many other lives, including yours and mine. Saul as Paul writes in 2 Corinthians 4:7, Amplified, “However, we possess this precious treasure [the divine Light of the Gospel] in [frail, human] vessels of earth, that the grandeur and exceeding greatness of the power may be shown to be from God and not from ourselves.”

Recap:

  • We must be a disciple, a follower of Jesus. Acts 9:10
  • We must hear from the Lord. Acts 9:11
  • We do not need to be “important” Acts 9:10
  • We must unclasp our hands. Acts 9:17
  • God has important work for our hands. Acts 9:18, Matt. 9:37

APPLICATION:

Matthew 9:37 says the harvest is plentiful and the laborers are few. I challenge you to pray this week for work for your hands. The Holy Spirit will speak to you and instruct you in work for your hands to do. You will challenge yourself to unclasp your hands and do the work that the Holy Spirit gives you.

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Stick Out Your Tongue


Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me, may be true as long as the words are not your words. Your words , the words you speak every day, every word you speak every day, every single word you speak every day is important. Jesus says in Matthew 12:36 that every idle word will be judged. Every word!

Words create. Genesis 1:3 says light was created by God speaking. Proverbs 18:21, The Message says that our “ Words kill, words give life;  they’re either poison or fruit—you choose. ”  You have the power to create life or death with your words. This is your choice. Every word that you speak is either poison, creating destruction and death in large and small ways in your life – or – fruit, creating joy and life. In “The Message” Mathew 12:36 is paraphrased this way, A good person produces good deeds and words season after season. An evil person is a blight on the orchard. Let me tell you something: Every one of these careless words is going to come back to haunt you. There will be a time of Reckoning. Words are powerful; take them seriously. Words can be your salvation. Words can also be your damnation.”

It is easy to identify reckless, harmful words, It is the careless words, that we feel are harmless and insignificant that trip us up. These idle, negative words poison our environment, creating seeds of destruction and death. When we say to someone we love, “You ALWAYS forget” or “I love you, BUT.” The “always”, the “but” are careless words that will eventually compromise our relationship with our loved one. In James 3:5 he says, “A word out of your mouth may seem of no account, but it can accomplish nearly anything—or destroy it! “ The Message.

In the same passage James says it is easier to tame a horse to the bridle, than to tame our tongue, That does not mean it cannot be done. We all have seen many bridled horses. It just means that it requires intense and consistent effort on our part.

Peter says in 1 Peter 3:10 that for us to enjoy life all of our words should bless! What a thought, if every word we spoke was intentional and intended to bless the person we spoke it to. We began to consistently monitor our words with intense effort. We eliminated idle, careless words.

To recap

  • Proverbs says life and death are in the tongue.
  • Jesus says every idle word will be judged.
  • James says our words can accomplish or destroy anything.
  • Peter says to enjoy life all of our words should bless.

Summing up: Be agreeable, be sympathetic, be loving, be compassionate, be humble. That goes for all of you, no exceptions. No retaliation. No sharp-tongued sarcasm. Instead, bless—that’s your job, to bless. You’ll be a blessing and also get a blessing.

   Whoever wants to embrace life
      and see the day fill up with good,
   Here’s what you do:
      Say nothing evil or hurtful;
   Snub evil and cultivate good;
      run after peace for all you’re worth.
   God looks on all this with approval,
      listening and responding well to what he’s asked; “

1 Peter 3:18-21” The Message

Today I would ask you to begin a 7 day experiment. For the next 7 days say nothing unless it will bless the person you are speaking to and the person you are speaking about. Eliminate all reckless and harmful speech. Eliminate all careless and idle speech. Pray over your words every morning, asking God to help you have productive speech that blesses. Pray over your words every night, ask God to forgive you for any idle, careless words and direct you to ask forgiveness from others, if necessary. See if the atmosphere every where you go does not change. At the end of 7 days, see if you do not want to continue to consistently and intensely train your speech to bless.

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 23 Breast Reconstruction


My day began with my angel.  Angie volunteered to help me when I called the church and asked for help.   The church we attend  has 1200 to 1400 people in a service, you have to call and ask for help.  It is not possible for anyone to just know you are going in for surgery and need help.   Angie and I had never met until she came over to  help me.  She came when I still had 4 JP drains.  She emptied my JP  drains, and helped me shower.   She is a blessing and has blessed me tremendously. Now I have no JP drains and I shower myself.   Together we walked my 3 miles today, then we ate lunch, had coffee at Starbucks and she drove me to the lab to have my blood drawn for my thyroid test. 

Gary worked his last night shift.  In September last year, he was asked to work the night shift.  My husband is not a night person.  He is an early morning person.  Sleeping during the day is very difficult for him.  My bed never got made up.  This was very difficult for me!  Prior to my surgery, on the weekends the girls and I would go shopping, go to the park or to the movies so Gary could sleep.  Even little noises would wake him up.  May 2  he begins his new job and although it will involve some travel away from home, it will be a day job.  Prayers are answered!

Transition is happening.  Two days in a row I went to places, beside the doctor.  Gary leaves the night shift.  God is good all the time,  and his mercies never fail.  If you, dear reader are waiting for something to happen, do not despair, God hears your prayer.  I am agreeing with you, that it will happen.  Sometimes the wait is to prepare our heart for the blessing God has for us.  Sometimes we do not know why we wait.  God is faithful.  Do not despair.

And let us not lose heart and grow weary and faint in acting nobly and doing right, for in due time and at the appointed season we shall reap, if we do not loosen and relax our courage and faint.  Galatians 6:9  Amplified

I also pray for all the fathers working the night shift.  Today I read a post by a young mother whose husband is working the night shift and she expressed my sentiments exactly.  You can read the post here, http://tumbledweeds.wordpress.com/2011/04/21/holding-pattern/

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 21 Breast Reconstruction


I really do not like it when people do not do what they say they will do.  Unmet Expectations.  The fact that I am housebound, full of stitches, itchy and sore, increases the stress of unmet expectations.  I am trying to stay calm and not panic.  The wet floor is still in my bedroom.  Nothing has happened and the  insurance “adjuster” went on vacation, with this message,” I know more about your claim than anyone else, leave me a message and when I get back from vacation, I will get back with you.”  Wonderful!

It could be I am irritable, because of the storm watch.  We have already had hail and rain.  We are still under a tornado watch for another hour. 

It is because of the Lord’s mercy and loving-kindness that we are not consumed, because His tender compassions fail not.

 They are new every morning; great and abundant is Your stability and faithfulness.

The Lord is my portion or share, says my living being, my inner self; therefore will I hope in Him and wait expectantly for Him.  Lamentations 3:23    Amplified

One of my Dad’s favorite songs was “Count your Blessings”.   It is so much easier to focus on unmet expectations, storms, hail, rain and tornadoes; than my blessings.  Gary starts his new job on May 2.  This is something we prayed and believed for, for almost a year.  I have my beautiful Honda Insight hybrid, which we bought in January, right before gas went through the roof.  My Honda Insight hybrid is a double blessing, as it gets that great hybrid gas mileage.  I am healing great, I have had no problems, besides a rash.   The doctor says I am a model patient.  So many people have prayed for me.  I am so blessed to have the prayer and support of so many people.

I encourage you, dear reader, to write down your irritations, problems and unmet expectations and let them go – and begin to count your blessings.  On another piece of paper write down your blessings and focus on those.  An attitude of gratitude is far more productive, than stress and anxiety.  

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 20 Breast Reconstruction


My daughter said tonight that she would be so glad when I was back.  I did not know I went anywhere.  I was sitting in front of her, at the bar in the kitchen.  She said, “You know what I mean, back doing things.” 

Last Friday my daughter and Haruka went to the Big Band Dance at school.  The girls had been invited by two friends of theirs, boys.  It was the first time my daughter had gone to a dance as a couple.  A friend from church took them shopping on Thursday afternoon.  Friday, when my daughter was coming home from school, she burst into tears.  She berated my husband for not “caring”.  I know that she was missing her mommy.  If I had been up to it, I would have taken her to have her nails done on Thursday.  We would have gone  shopping on Tuesday and I would have taken her to have her hair done on Friday.  As it was, she did not get her hair or nails done. She did go shopping. 

It is hard to watch my family function without me.  My husband worked from 9:00 p. m. last night until 11:00 a. m. this morning.  He came home, ate and went to bed by 11:45 a. m.   Fortunately, someone from church picked up the girls at 2:45 p. m. so he was able to sleep until 5:30 p.m.  He got up and took our daughter to swim practice, shopped for groceries while she was swimming, picked her up from swim practice and came home and fixed supper.  This was his second night shift and he just left for work, another 12 to 14 hour shift tonight.  I sit here in my yoga pants and t-shirt and watch all this happen around me.  That is very hard.  I have at least two more weeks.

More than the soreness, the stiffness and the itchiness, is the fact that I am here, but I am not available. 

God is love. When we take up permanent residence in a life of love, we live in God and God lives in us. This way, love has the run of the house, becomes at home and mature in us, so that we’re free of worry, our standing in the world is identical with Christ’s. There is no room in love for fear. Well-formed love banishes fear. Since fear is crippling, a fearful life—fear of death, fear of judgment—is one not yet fully formed in love.

 We, though, are going to love—love and be loved. First we were loved, now we love. He loved us first.                                                                                                                                                            1 John 4 18-19   The Message

Practicing perfect love, without fear.  I am praying for that.  The next two weeks, I am going to practice everyday – love, without fear.  Love for the insurance company, medical and homeowners.  Love for my family.  Love for myself and love for every person who put themselves in my path.  I will not be afraid about our financial situation, our flood, my family and myself. 

Dear reader, I pray for perfect love for you.  I pray that you will join me in putting  away fear.  What do you fear.  I cherish comments.

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 16 Breast Reconstruction


Dr. Saint Cyr called me in, he wanted to see me today between surgeries. Gary and I drove over to his office in Dallas from Fort Worth this afternoon.  As usual the traffic was obscene.  I am trying to learn to relax in terrible traffic, but after 4 years in Nebraska – it is hard. 

My belly button stitches are out!  Both my JP drains are out and I can stand up straight.  Dr. Saint Cyr scheduled me to see him again in two weeks.  I still cannot lift anything or wear clothes, besides yoga pants and big t-shirts.  Progress is being made.  Dr. Saint Cyr indicated he would more than likely approve street clothing and maybe, maybe driving when I see him in two weeks.

The flood situation is on hold, until Monday.  More moisture remediation must be done.  One third of the floor in the bedroom must be removed, including the plywood underlayment.  Something was said about bringing fans in,again.  It is all OK.  https://mommemau2.wordpress.com/2010/09/23/whatever-the-name-of-your-hurricane-its-ok/

Giving thanks always for all things in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to God, even the Father. 

                                                                                                                       Ephesians 5:20 New American Standard

Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.

                                                                                                                      I Thessalonians 5:18 New Living Version

I am so thankful to be able to walk completely upright, tall and straight.  I am so thankful for my very flat stomach.  I am so thankful and grateful to be symmetrical, with two breasts.  I am so thankful we have insurance that will pay for the repairs.  I am so thankful for friends and family who have prayed and  believed with me for my healing.  I am so thankful for friends, neighbors  and church family that have stepped into the gap here in Fort Worth and helped with taking the girls to school and other places and provided meals.  I am so thankful that I know my Lord Jesus Christ as my personal friend and He has held my hand every step of the way.

Dear reader, if you do not know my Lord Jesus Christ, I pray that you will seek until you find Him.  I am praying for you to find Him.    

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 13 Breast Reconstruction


 THINGS THAT MAKE ME SMILE!

A happy heart is good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.  Proverbs 17:22   Amplified

Things that kids say – http://www.maidinaustralia.com/2011/04/beware-skanks.html

Baby Animals – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCKfYqjnMoY&feature=player_embedded

Silly Videos – http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=361177129776

Friends that pray for me.

Get Well Cards.

Flowers.

My Garden.

My Family.

My Lord.

Starbucks Latte

Comments on my posts.

I hope  I made you smile.  I can focus on my flood, my itchy pain and my current finances after paying TWO very large deductibles, one for the surgery and one for the flood, or I can smile.  I choose to SMILE.

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In Search Of Symmetry – Day 12 Breast Reconstruction


 I began walking again today.  Gary walked with me for one half mile and the girls walked with me 3 miles.  This is the exercise suggested by Dr. Saint Cyr when I asked for a referral to a physical therapist.  It really felt good out walking on the walking trails, even though I am still wearing  yoga pants and a t-shirt and have 2 JP drains.   Dr. Saint Cyr cautioned me several times not to stand up straight.  I am sure I looked quite silly.

Looking silly is one of the consequences of cancer. Shortly before I began cancer treatment, I went to a program put on by the American Cancer Society for breast cancer patients.  It is called “Looking Pretty”.  I was given a bag of makeup, a wig and some instructions on how to draw on eyebrows.  A prior participant was lauded because she never left her room with out her wig and full makeup.  This somehow made her feel normal. 

I hated my wigs. They were hot and itchy.  I never have been able to draw on eyebrows.  There have been many days when I have not worn makeup.  I noticed I have never been asked to speak at one of these events.  I have not felt “normal”since I began chemo.  I have read accounts of woman in the 16th and 17th century who survived smallpox.  Smallpox was very disfiguring and it was common to coat your face with wax, or to past little scraps of velvet over the worst smallpox scars.  Coating the face with wax is where we get the expression about cracking a smile.  A smile would literally cause the wax to crack and fall off.  Before the surgery, I felt more in the category of a smallpox survivor, than “pretty”. 

What matters is not your outer appearance—the styling of your hair, the jewelry you wear, the cut of your clothes—but your inner disposition.  Cultivate inner beauty, the gentle, gracious kind that God delights in. 1 Peter 3:4-5 The Message

I praise the Lord that he looks not on our appearance, but sees our heart.  Tomorrow I will not be in church, as I do not want to go to church in my yoga pants, t-shirt and with my JP drains, but my heart will be at the house of the Lord.  

I am praying blessings on everyone who has prayed for me.  I know the many prayers have sustained me.      

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In Search of Symmetry – Day 11 Breast Reconstruction


Dr.Saint Cyr will always be one of my heroes.  I saw him in clinic this morning.  His nurse took off all my bandages and two JP drains.  Dr. Saint Cyr assured me the other two drains will come out next week.  This is better than the six weeks I spent with a JP drain after the mastectomy. 

I still cannot stand up straight,must sleep on my stomach but I can lift 10 pounds.  The only exercise permitted is lifting my hands above my head and walking.  Tomorrow I plan to resume my 3 mile walks. 

After we returned from the doctor, I spoke to the insurance adjuster and she sent out a water mitigation specialist for my flood from Wednesday.  Two mitigation specialist arrived, took some measurements and proceeded to make a tremendous amount of noise as the tore out my beautiful floor trim.  The floors are not salvageable.  I now have fans, heaters and a lot of noise that will continue for at least 3 days.  The good news is this cost me $1500.00.  I am only $750.00 away from completing my deductible. 

I am not ready for another project.  I am really not in a condition for another project.  Lord, do you have a plan?

 The steps of a good man are directed and established by the Lord when He delights in his way and He busies Himself with his every step.     Though he falls, he shall not be utterly cast down, for the Lord grasps his hand in support and upholds him.                                                                                                                                                    Psalms 37:23-24  Amplified

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