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Super-Faith Sunday Riddle – Who Was She??

Hey Neighbor!

It’s Sunday, August 7th and your riddle is ready. I believe you can solve it…just stand strong and hold steady!!

Grab Your Bibles and Have Fun🤩


When a follower of Jesus suddenly fell ill,

Her friends refused to accept her death was God’s will

She had done so much to help the downtrodden and poor

She proved faith was not dead, by her works all the more

Her light had burned out, still she kept those warm who had need

Her friend’s cries moved the rock, when he saw all her deeds.

The Lord loved this woman, who had given with cheer

When prayers for her were sent up, God was ‘faith-full’ to hear.
Who Was She??



Leave Your Hat at Home – Instead, Put on the Helmet of Salvation!!

-Leave no [such] room or foothold for the devil [give no opportunity to him]-
(Eph 4:27)

Hey Neighbor!

Some of my best childhood memories are of spending the Summer with my Great-Great Grandma, Lollie C.

We lovingly called her, Momma!!

She was born in 1897, so she was 76 when I was born, but nobody would have guessed because that beautiful, little old lady was like a work-horse.

Every morning, she would get up at the crack of dawn, making her coffee in the percolator…that had the light where you could watch the coffee moving up and down through the machine…It was sooo cool!!

Anyway, she would begin to make breakfast, while the sweet sounds of her Southern Spirituals permeated the bedrooms.

At breakfast, she would always let me drink the sweet coffee that had spilled from her cup and over into her saucer.

I’m sure now, that she had purposefully spilled the extra for me💕💕

Next thing you knew…Momma was on her way out to the garden, with hoe and shovel in hand.

It was time to break up those weeds before they could take over her garden. Then she would get the shovel to gather up the weeds, along with their broken roots and toss them over into the alley, so that they would not have a chance to take root again.

You see, she knew that she had to be diligent to keep the weeds… and their seeds out, preventing them from establishing a foothold, because once they rooted themselves in…it would be difficult to break their strong-hold.

You’re probably thinking…Why the Gardening Lesson??

Where is the Lesson on The Helmet of Salvation??

I’m getting there…Lol

You See, The Helmet of Salvation is As much a Defensive weapon for our Mind…As the Hoe and Shovel are defensive weapons in the garden.

My grandma spent her mornings defending her territory against the weed’s foothold…which would have eventually become a stronghold in her garden.

And we too must also defend our territory and the spiritual progress that we have gained…thus preventing the devil’s foothold into our thoughts and his inevitable plan to establish a stronghold in our minds.

What is a stronghold??

A stronghold is a thought pattern that holds us captive…and We just can’t seem to escape from those reoccurring thoughts.

Psychologist’s would call it an addiction…and it is a spirit of addiction…only this evil spirit comes to possess or take root in our minds.

Just like the weed…it takes root in our garden, aiming to wrap it’s vines around the roots of our strawberries, and blueberries…attempting to choke them out…

satan plants his spiritual seeds of wickedness into our minds, attempting to control our thought life…and thus choking out the fruit of the Spirit (love, peace, joy, goodness, kindness, patience, meekness, faith, and self-control).

You See…with the fruit gone and/or diminished…there is now more room for satan’s wicked little seed to grow-up and take root…until it becomes a full grown, deeply rooted monster!!

That monster is sin…Fully Grown…and satan knows that it will kill us!!

The Apostle, James says it like this:
-But every person is tempted when he is drawn away, enticed and baited by his own evil desire (lust, passions). Then the evil desire, when it has conceived, gives birth to sin, and sin, when it is fully matured, brings forth death-
(James 1:15):14)

Although it is not a sin to be tempted (the sin comes when we fall into the temptation), We must be diligent to keep these spiritual seeds of wickedness from getting into our heads…

That’s why We must put on the Helmet of Salvation – That’s Jesus – In Whom We have our Hope.

There is Power in The Name of Jesus!!

When those evil thought patterns slither up from Hell…We can call on the Name of Jesus!!

Philippians 2:10 tells us that: (at) the name of Jesus every knee should (must) bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, And every tongue [frankly and openly] confess and acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father- That Includes satan and his demons!!

When we call on the Name of Jesus, the Hope of Our Salvation…the roots of spiritual wickedness can be hoed down, and broken from our thought-life…And…When Jesus reigns as King in our thoughts…and our mind’s, He takes these evil spirits captive, casting them out…and back into Hell, where they belong!!

-And take the helmet of salvation and the sword that the Spirit wields, which is the Word of God-
(Ephesians 6:14-15)

So, when you’re getting Spiritually dressed in the morning…Be Sure to Put on your Helmet of Salvation!!


Because Satan will be seeking and searching to find any breaks, openings, or gaps in Your Armor…so that he can slither through, but We will seal those openings with the Sword of the Spirit- Which is the Word of God!!

That’s Tomorrow’s Lesson…

So Until Tomorrow,


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Nuggets of Wealth For Life and Health – June

Hey Neighbor! 

On Wednesday’s in June, I will be enriching your life with some tiny nuggets of wealth, that will hopefully be beneficial for your health and wellness!!

For many years now, I have shared my wellness ‘secrets’ with my friends, family, and co-workers. 

Of course I don’t proclaim to be a physician, nor a nutritionist, nor do I proclaim to have cured or healed anyone. 

Only Jesus can do that!! 

But I do often suggest the use of certain products/brands that have been beneficial to myself, and my family when we have felt unwell. 

Now, If I was stranded on a desert island, and I could only take one herb or supplement with me…I would absolutely have to have my probiotic!!

You see our gut is a microbiome that consists of both good bacteria and bad bacteria; and more often than not, the bad ‘bugs’ have outnumbered the good ‘bugs.’

That’s where the probiotic comes in handy! 

A ‘good’ probiotic will feed and multiply your good bacteria, which will in turn help to rebalance the gut microbiome.

Some of the signs/symptoms of this sort of ‘imbalance’ are: gas, belching, and bloating…just to name a few.   

My personal favorite brand of probiotic is ‘Kyo-dophilus,’ and it has been a tried and true supplement for many years now, and it remains to be a dependable staple in the Weary household!!

When I can’t find it locally, I shop Amazon.

Just to clarify – I am not a salesperson, nor a distributor for any particular health product or wellness company.

My sole purpose here is to strengthen the Body of Christ, so that Together, We might stand a little straighter and a little stronger – until Jesus returns!!

Here is Your Homework for Your Health:

Please take some time this week to research and investigate some of the benefits of probiotics for yourself…
Your Health Must Matter Most To 👉🏽You!!

Until Next Week,

May God Give Health To Your Countenance…(Psalms 42:11)


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What Is Wrong With This Picture?? – King David

One evening David arose from his couch and was walking on the roof of the king’s house, when from there he saw a woman bathing; and she was very lovely to behold.( 2 Samuel 11:2)

Hey Neighbor! 

I want you to pay close attention to the scripture above…

I need you to notice that I have boldened and italicized the first clause in the sentence that reads: “One evening, David arose from his couch”

Now You might say….Tam, What is that all about??

Please bear with me for a moment…

Have you ever completed one of those fun kid activities from a magazine, where you have to search through a picture or photo to find: What’s wrong with this picture??

Well, that is my question to you today, regarding King David-

What’s wrong with him??

Is he sick or ill??

Why has the King of Israel/Judah been dozing the whole day away??

The sun is going down and David is just now getting up??

Scripture tells us that David was not sick, so he should not have been in bed, but he should have been away at war, with his commander, Joab and the remainder of his soldiers.

  • IN THE spring, when kings go forth to battle, David sent Joab with his servants and all Israel, and they ravaged the Ammonites [country] and besieged Rabbah. But David remained in Jerusalem. (2 Samuel11:1)

Instead of David wielding his sling shot and/or his sword against the infamous Ammonites, David was at home wielding the wrong tools!!

They say, an idle mind is the devil’s workshop and trust me….this is not going to end well for David!!

You see, David had spotted the lovely Bathsheba, washing herself upon her roof, while he was lazily walking about upon his roof.

Had David gone up to the roof that evening, with his lyre in hand to play a pleasing tune for The Lord??

Had he gone up to the rooftop to write a psalm to the Lord, in praise for His marvelous works??

No!! You see, David had become an ‘idle’ king and the devil had therefore equipped him with an assortment of tools from his wicked workshop!!

So, David inquired about this lovely woman and learned that she was a married woman…She was the wife of Uriah, the Hittite.

This means that David could not take Bathsheba as his wife, nor could he take her into his harem of concubines, because this would be considered a heinous crime in Israel;

But….because David had become the most powerful person in Israel, he overstepped the Levitical law.

After all, he now sits in the highest position of power and authority in all of the land-

David is the Law!!

David sends for Bathsheba, commits adultery with her, and quietly sends her back home- probably to bathe again!!

And none should be the wiser – right??

Except that David and Bathsheba have made a baby!!

  • And David sent messengers and took her. And she came in to him, and he lay with her–for she was purified from her uncleanness. Then she returned to her house. And the woman became pregnant and sent and told David, I am with child (2Sa 11:4)

Yes! David has gotten Bathsheba pregnant, and now he must dig deeper into satan’s tool-bag, seeking to find a weapon he can use to conceal his dirty little secret.

So David decides to call forth Uriah from the battlefront, under false pretenses…

  • David sent to Joab, saying, Send me Uriah the Hittite. So Joab sent [him] Uriah. (2Sa 11:6) When Uriah had come to him, David asked him how Joab was, how the people fared, and how the war progressed (2Sa 11:7)

By no means does David need a foot soldier to give him a progress report from the battle!!

What David wants is for Uriah to go home and to sleep with his wife Bathsheba!!

David is wielding deception, in hopes that in nine month’s time, Uriah will believe that Bathsheba’s newborn belongs to him (Uriah) – and not to David!!

But here is the Problem: Uriah refuses to go home to sleep with his wife!!

So David tries several different tools, over several days, in attempts to trick Uriah into having intercourse with his wife…including getting Uriah drunk, but they all fail!!

  • And David said to Uriah, Remain here today also, and tomorrow I will let you depart. So Uriah remained in Jerusalem that day and the next. David invited him, and he ate with him and drank, so that he made him drunk; but that night he went out to lie on his bed with the servants of his lord and did not go down to his house (2Sa 11:12)

So now the king must take direct counsel with the ‘subtil’ one….for he has many fiery arrows in his quiver!!

But this time, satan recommends that David put away his tool-bag, and instead suggests that the ‘king’ wield the power of the ‘pen!’

Well, What can David possibly do with a puny pen that could possibly fix this great big mess that he has made for himself??

Well David is going to have Uriah killed, and David has now pondered and has planned to sign Uriah’s death sentence – Literally!!


King David is going to literally, write the sentence(s), sign the the letter, and seal the letter shut with his very own signet ring!!

  • In the morning David wrote a letter to Joab and sent it with Uriah. And he wrote in the letter, Put Uriah in the front line of the heaviest fighting and withdraw from him, that he may be struck down and die (2 Samuel 11:14)

What’s even worse, is that in addition to the King sending Uriah to deliver his very own death notice, David has now made Joab an accomplice to the pre-meditated murder of an innocent man!!

You say what??.…Is this the same David??

The one who God has described as a man after His own heart??’

  • But now your (Saul’s) kingdom shall not continue; the Lord has sought out [David] a man after His own heart…(1 Samuel 13:14)


This is That Same David!!

And You Know that I love him 💕dearly, but today I have to spill the tea on my favorite Bible character David, but I won’t spill it all…I’m going to save a little for tomorrow.

But Tomorrow, I am also going to attempt to explain where my poor, pitiful David went wrong…

You see…Something happened to David long before he laid on his couch that morning and dozed the day away…

So be sure to stop by tomorrow..

I will have the the tea brewing!!

Until Then,

God Loves💕You and So Do I!!



Super-Faith Sunday Answer 5/15 – Abigail!!

  • A capable, intelligent, and virtuous woman–who is he who can find her? She is far more precious than jewels and her value is far above rubies or pearls (Prov 31:10)

Hey Neighbor!

Abigail was the answer to our Super- Faith Sunday Riddle, and just in case you missed it!

Here is the Link and Abigail’s Story!!

Hastily she went, though the road be crooked and the path be rough and rocky, but she must proceed hastily to right the wrongs of her husband and to make the paths smooth and straight if she was to save her family from death.

For David had sworn to avenge himself, and to kill every male of Abigail’s household because of her husband, Nabal. 

Now Nabal was a rich man in Maon, having acquired a wealth of possessions…though the greatest of his possessions was his folly!!

But what else can you expect when your parents have name you fool??

And unfortunately for Abigail and her household, this fool had a short fuse and had not been held accountable for his hostile temperament, nor his rash words. 

No- Nabal was never slow to speak!!

Nor was he slow to anger!! 

He was easily offended, snappy and quick to rail and rebuke; so much so that to commune with Nabal was like fanning the flame of a fire. 

Nabal was not a wise man!! 

But Abigail was both wealthy and wise!!

Quite Wealthy was she in both understanding and discretion, But Her greatest possession was not her wealth, but it was her fear of the Lord- 

And that profited her great Wisdom!!

And now Abigail must use her words of wisdom to calm and to pacify David’s unrelenting anger against Nabal. 

You see, a young shepherd from her household had warned Abigail that David had intended evil against her household, because of Nabal’s reckless tongue.

He had given Abigail a full report regarding Nabal’s selfish behavior and his wretched treatment towards David’s soldiers, who had come to him, humbly asking Nabal to show them kindness by sending meat, bread, and water to his soldiers who had faithfully protected Nabal’s shepherds from the thirst and lust for lucre of the Philistines. 

He told her how Nabal had ‘gone off,’ refusing to share his prosperity, but instead he aggressively sowed rebuke, rage, and defamation against David.

Nabal had accused David of being a worthless fugitive, on the run from his master and thus pretended as if he (Nabal) did not recognize the name of the boy who had killed Goliath, nor the valiant soldier who had slain 10,000’s, while his master (Saul) had only killed thousands.

But Abigail had heard of David’s great name in Carmel!!

And like the women in Israel, who had sang of David’s victories in battle, she had also heard of David’s many triumphs and of his valor, and she was convinced that God would cause David to prevail over all of his enemies in the land!!

Can you imagine being married to a hard-hearted man like Nabal??

How could he be so cruel to David, who had not only fought for all of Israel, prevailing against the Philistines, but David had also protected their personal property from being pillaged and taken into the hands of these same Philistines.

Nabal’s retort to David’s humble request had been sown in foolishness and folly, and now, in retribution, Nabal and all the males in his household were about to reap death!!

David had every intention of holding Nabal fully accountable for his words and for his folly!!

So now Abigail must not delay another moment, but she must make haste to rescue the lives of the men in her household and attempt to make amends for her husband’s reproach upon God’s anointed.

-Then Abigail made haste and took 200 loaves, two skins of wine, five sheep already dressed, five measures of parched grain, 100 clusters of raisins, and 200 cakes of figs, and laid them on donkeys. And she said to her servants, Go on before me; behold, I come after you. But she did not tell her husband Nabal (1Sa 25:18)

David’s humble request for rations, was only for that which Nabal could spare, after feeding his own sheep shearers in Carmel, but ‘Faith- Full’ Abigail came forth bearing an abundance of ‘foodstuffs’ for the Man of God and she had packed quite a feast to feed David’s 400 soldiers.

And at the risk of loosing her own head, for David was girded with his sword, she lighted off her donkey and dropped to her face and pleaded with David to permit her to even speak.

  • Kneeling at his feet she said, Upon me alone let this guilt be, my lord. And let your handmaid, I pray you, speak in your presence, and hear the words of your handmaid.

Realizing that life and death are in the power of the tongue, she must now speak life, as opposed to the death-wish which had erroneously been spoken from her husband’s lips.

-Though man is risen up to pursue you and to seek your life, yet the life of my lord shall be bound in the living bundle with the Lord your God. And the lives of your enemies–them shall He sling out as out of the center of a sling (1Sa 25:29)

It was only 10 days later that the Lord avenged David’s reproach, slinging out Nabal’s soul from his foolish flesh.

And Because of Abigail’s calming demeanor and her soothing advice, David had relented from his oath to annihilate the males in Nabal’s household.

The Lord smote Nabal and took away his precious pearl (Abigail) that he had foolishly hidden away in a shell.

Not only was Abigail beautiful, understanding and wise, but she was like the virtuous woman of Proverbs 31…

She was worth more than rubies…

Who can find her??

Well Nabal had found her first, but because he was careless with her and unaware of her worth and value, he mistreated her and he eventually lost her.

But Nabal’s loss was David’s gain and David pounced upon the opportunity to take hold of such a rich woman in spirit and a most valuable and virtuous crown jewel!!

David took Abigail to himself to wife and to reign with him as his queen in Hebron and also in Israel.


This is just another reminder to wait on God to avenge your enemies…Although wicked Nabal intended evil for David and his men, God turned it all around for David’s Good!

Thanks For Stopping By Today!!

God Loves💕You and So Do I!!


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Solution Saturday 5/14 Answer: David’s Stone

Hey Neighbor!

It’s 5/14/2022 and Today is Solution Saturday, where we post the Answer to our Trivia Thursday Question.

Here is the Riddle again, with your answer and the supporting scriptures beneath.



1 of 5 Smooth Stones drawn from the brook (1 Samuel 17:40)

Chosen By David, who was 1 of 8 brothers (1 Samuel 16:10-13)

Goliath of Gath, whose height was six cubits and a span [almost ten feet]. (1 Samuel 17:4)

This stone was flung via David’s slingshot, and sunk into Goliath’s forehead. (1 Samuel 17:48)

Thanks Again, For Stopping By and Thanks to All of My blogger friends who participated with Our Riddles this week!!

Your Love,💕Support, and Your ‘Faith-fullness’ is greatly appreciated!!👏👏👏

Pedro Villarreal –

Evidence Mutumbu –

Barb Hegreberg –

Beverley Wright-


Tomorrow is Super-Faith Sunday, where we will feature another ‘faith-full’ female from the Bible.

Until Then,

God Loves💕You And So Do I!!


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Super-Faith Sunday Riddle 5/8 -Who Am I??

Hey Neighbor!

Can You Solve My Riddle??


The famine in Israel arrived at our door 

When we left we were still a family of four

I lost my 2 sons and my husband too

Now what am I suppose to do

So pleasant before, now bitter am I 

I would not have left, had I known they would die

Widowed and childless, still to God I must cleave. 

He sent me a daughter who would never leave

My young son’s widow, how faithful is she 

Stronger than seven sons, how she held on to me

The other one left me – she was weeping aloud,

But this daughter stayed – She was never too proud

She gleaned in the field to put bread in our hands

Now God has blessed her with a prosperous man

In my hands, have I now a new son to behold

My faith has returned, although I am old

Who Am I??

Grab Your Bibles and Have Fun!!

Thanks For Stopping By Today!!

Until Next Time,

God Loves 💕You and So Do I!!


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How To Get ‘Full on God’

..He who has a glad heart has a continual feast [regardless of circumstances].
(Prov 15:15)

Hey Neighbor!Anybody that knows my children, know that they can ‘throw down’ at the dinner table. They can really eat!!

Recently, some members of my church family got a bird’s eye view of my younger son, Hubie, in action…but by no means can he compete with my oldest son, Dewitt, who is Autistic.

Everybody is amazed at how much Dewitt can eat. Now, he is quite slender, but he has a ravenous appetite.

From time to time, our church invites the children to a buffet, after church…and Dewitt goes wild!!

Normally, I am pretty quick to remind Dewitt that he has had enough to eat, because he has a tendency to gorge himself, but on buffet dates, Dewitt gets the ‘Green Light’ from Mom. His little heart is so happy, because he gets to enjoy himself, on a continuous food feast.

He takes full advantage of this freedom…and every time I look up…he’s back at the buffet bar, filling up another plate.

Wow!! Just sitting there watching him, I think to myself….if only we had that type of appetite for God’s Word…We would be Spiritually Fat and Full!

Proverbs 15:15 says that our heart, like Dewitt’s, is glad, regardless of the circumstance, when we continually feed upon His Word.

You know what…Our Father offers us a Spiritual Buffet and there are so many good things to fill our Spiritual plates @
‘God’s Buffet.’

There’s the Fruit Bar:
Galatians 5: 22-23
-Where the Holy Spirit is serving up love, peace, joy, goodness, kindness, patience, meekness, faithfulness, and self-control….Man!! I’m just about full on that, Already!! Lol

Then, there’s Jesus, serving up a Heavenly meat entree at the table of Eternal Life:
John 6:55-56
– And everyone is welcome to come and eat the meat of His flesh and drink of His blood unto Salvation.

Now, to quench your thirst, Jesus is Also serving up refreshments at the
Bar of Revelation:
– He’s inviting everyone who needs their soul refreshed, to come and drink the water of Everlasting Life…..And can you believe this??…….The ReFills are FREE!!

When we realize that our cravings can only be satisfied by God and His Word, we learn to take advantage of every opportunity to indulge ourselves in reading and hearing His Word, therefore partaking of God’s ‘Spiritual Smorgasbord’….Wow!!

I’m reminded of Jesus, in John 4:30-33, when He got ‘FULL’ on God:
Jesus had sent his disciples away to go and purchase food, while he rested at the well, in Samaria. When they returned with the food, they begged him to eat, but he refused to eat. So they assumed that someone else had already brought him food, but Jesus explained to them that His Spirit was Full on God’s Words; as He habitually communed with His Father.

The Bible = God’s thoughts and Words penned to paper by the Holy Spirit, and when we continually, commune with God, by reading and hearing…and hearing His Words, regardless of our current life struggles, We can have a Continual Feast… and a Full…Happy Heart.

Let’s Pray today, that Our Father will increase our Spiritual Appetites for His Word and teach Us how to get
‘Full on God!’

In Jesus’ Name


This is your formal invitation to God’s Buffet …RSVP Now!!

He is waiting to fill both Your Spiritual Plate AND Your Cup…Enjoy!!


Don’t Forget, Tomorrow I will post the Answer for Our Super-Faith Sunday Female!!

Thanks For Stopping By Today!!

Until Next Time,


God Loves 💕You and So Do I !!


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30 Pieces of Silver!!

Hey Neighbor!

Recently, I was asked by one of the ministers of my church to participate in a new online outreach program called ‘Thirty Pieces of Silver.’ 

During Covid- Our Membership at Bethany had drastically declined and 30 pieces was initiated as an attempt to reach out to the members of the church who were hindered from attending Sunday Services in person. 

We were also hoping that 30 pieces would appeal to the online listeners- who have not yet visited the church, but still had a desire to come out. These are the folks on our radar- The Silent Membership- those that have been watching the Sunday Morning Message, but would like to gain more information about the individual members of the congregation, before they take their next step. 

We are about 3 months in now and 30 pieces is thriving and we are successfully reaching our target audience, so I thought I would share a couple of the messages with you. 

We are first-time Facebook amateurs, so please be patient with Us!!

My girl-friend, Kim and I were the first of the members to take the baton for 30 pieces and our first Lesson was 2/8/2022. Our Topic was on The Holy Spirit.

This is Our Second and Most Recent Video dated, 3/29/2022. Our Topic was on Friendship and Support For Our Disabled Adult Children.

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Don’t Forget Tomorrow is Trivia Thursday!!

Until Next Time, Remember…

God Loves 💕You and So Do I!!


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Oldie but-a-goodie Friday- The ‘Hushers!!’

Hey Neighbor!!

It’s Oldie but-a-goodie Friday!!

I can’t remember where I found this one, but It’s really cute!!

It was originally posted on Our CareBibleStudy Blog in 2/2015.




The Hushers!!

 Six-year old Angie and her four-year old brother Joel were sitting together in church. Joel giggled, sang, and talked out loud. Finally, his big sister had had enough. “You’re not supposed to talk out loud in church.”

“Why? Who’s going to stop me?” Joel asked.

Angie pointed to the back of the church and said, “See those two men standing by the door? They’re Hushers.”🤣🙃🤪😂


Thanks For Stopping By!!

Don’t Forget, Tomorrow is Solution Saturday!

Until Then, Remember…

God Loves 💕You and So Do I!!


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