A strong winter | Salvation Army Connects

A strong winter | Salvation Army Connects

A strong winter | Salvation Army Connects

"Let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not give up. Therefore, whenever we have the opportunity, let us do good to all, and especially to the family of the faith. . After a long and difficult winter we, here in the eastern part of the United States, we are looking forward to spring! By the time this magazine reaches your hands, the soil will be smooth and fertile, spring flowers will be making their way through the brown grass, and there will be happy gardeners setting the stage for the seeds they want to plant.

Farmers and gardeners, resilient people. They know that no matter how hard they work or how careful they are in planning their activity, Mother Nature can easily turn against them and flood their fields, freeze their early crops or send an invading army of insects to completely destroy what they they had imagined it as a magnificent harvest or a beautiful garden. But nonetheless, they do not give up. They simply wait until circumstances improve, until the insects can be controlled and the earth is ready again to receive the tender seeds they plan to sow.

Four Legged Adventures
Nesting disputes between two males : This type of fight is by far the most common type of fight in the dog's natural environment. "Four-legged adventures" through losandes.com.ar we have learned: why do dogs fight? There are several types of dog fights.

God wants us all to be like this. Sometimes our good intentions or our sincere acts are rejected and even despised by the very people we try to help. Sometimes the tender seeds of faith planted in our own hearts have to struggle to survive. But God asks us to simply have a little faith. The peasant knows that if he continues to try, and continues to work, those tiny seeds will grow and bloom, giving a great harvest of vegetables, fruits and flowers, not only to satisfy the needs of the family, but also to give them beauty and joy. / p>

by Brenda Lotz