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The Pillar of salt Syndrome

What in the world are you looking back for? Your past? What you could have should have done? Hurts?  Let me start with a story about Lot’s wife. For those that do not know this story or need just a little reminder, do you remember the woman who turns into a pillar of salt? Lot`s wife was a woman in the bible…

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Added by Rashida Singh on June 23, 2011 at 2:22pm — No Comments

What are you wearing?

I think by now after two posts you probably figured out I am not your typical Christian. I am one of those Jesus freaks, born again,and speaking in tongues believers who feels free in Christ. I also feel free enough to leave my two cents every now and than. So today I would like to talk about Christian clothing. Now I am a Christian woman who wears pants, skirts, makeup, and jewelry. I just can`t get into the…
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Added by Rashida Singh on June 21, 2011 at 7:01pm — No Comments

Frustrated Christian!

Rush hour traffic, busy grocery stores, screaming kids, the chaos that impacts our life daily that can just get our nerves on the edge of a break down.  Have you every had one of those days were ever things seems to go wrong? One of those days where you just felt like loosing your cool if you had to stand in line at the grocery store one more extra minute ;As the lady with the  billion coupons sort through her  stash!

I mean just sit back and think of a day that you just really had…

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Added by Rashida Singh on June 21, 2011 at 7:00pm — No Comments

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