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Lynne Conley

Our words can be a motivator, whether we realize it or not, whether you mean to or not. Our words can bring life. My life consists of working full-time at a pharmaceutical company and teaching Sunday school (Kindergarten class). My desire is to encourage others. My writings aren't fancy words, but they are from the Lord. So many people are hurting, and I want to help all I can while I am still alive. My passion is for elderly people and those who are shut-ins.

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”The Uproars in Our Lives”

By Lynne Conley / a day ago

”The Uproars in Our Lives” Scripture Text: ‘’Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts’’. (Psalms 139:23 KJV) The storms of life come upon us, and everyone will at some point in time experience them. We can rise above them by setting our minds and our faith toward the […]

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Help While You Can

By Lynne Conley / 5 days ago

Help While You Can We have secure locks and deadbolts on our houses, and our vehicles are manufactured at the factory with alarm systems. This is one way that an intruder can’t come and steal everything we have worked hard to buy without them drawing attention to themselves while they are breaking the law. In […]

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”The Road to Emmaus”

By Lynne Conley / last week

”The Road to Emmaus” The beatings and the pure humiliation Jesus went through just for us. Our minds can’t comprehend the love He had for all mankind. There were two men on their way to Emmaus. Jesus was walking beside them and asked them what they were talking about on their journey. Cleopas and another man didn’t […]

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Never Give-Up

By Lynne Conley / a couple of weeks ago

Never Give-Up John Augustus Roebling was an engineer. He had an idea to build a sensational bridge that would be connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. Everyone that John made contact with was against him. John had a proposal of building this bridge.  He had determination, and nobody could stop his vision for this dream. The definition […]

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Use It or Lose It

By Lynne Conley / a couple of weeks ago

Use it or Lose It By: Lynne Conley Jesus often spoke in a parable to his followers. In the Biblical times if a wealthy man was going on a long journey for an extended time he would often make his trusted servants to be his representatives. When the master returned he rewarded them for their […]

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”The Great Communion”

By Lynne Conley / 3 weeks ago

”The Great Communion” Mary Magdalene was the sister of Lazarus and Martha. Their descendants were from the majestic house of David. Mary Magdalene was often talked about her being a prostitute. The people in general often called her ‘’The Sinner”’. In the Word of God, it records, Now when the Pharisee which had bidden him […]

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Don’t Become Sour

By Lynne Conley / last month

Don’t Become Sour For a while Abraham and Isaac were so lonely after the death of Sarah, and she was one-hundred twenty seven years old. The definition for lonely is: sad from being alone (Merriam-Webster) Abraham thought to himself that Isaac was old enough to get married. The women of Canaan weren’t under Abraham’s approval. […]

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What Are We Hiding?

By Lynne Conley / last month

What Are We Hiding? By: Lynne Conley Scripture Text: ‘’And he said unto them, Take heed, and beware of covetousness: for a man’s life consisteth not in the abundance of the things which he possesseth’’. (Luke 12:15 KJV) Joshua was the son of Nun from the tribe of Ephraim. He became the leader over the […]

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Our Responsibility

By Lynne Conley / last month

Our Responsibility Pontius Pilate was the governor of Judaea; he ruled over forty provinces in the land of Judaea. Pilate was under the leadership of the royal leader Tiberius. The Sanhedrin was a group of Jewish judges that commanded the Jewish laws. At the Last Supper, Jesus shared his last meal with his friends the […]

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Special Packages of Love

By Lynne Conley / last month

Special Packages of Love Many of us have seen or maybe even know someone who is mentally challenged. There is one in my life that fit’s that description to this society. My friend Regina is now thirty-eight years old. This year on December 4th, she will be a thirty-nine-year-old. Regina is a niece of my […]

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