On July 15th, I worked on some writing.  Lane and I worked on researching LLCs.  We created a second email address for our LLC when we set it up.  More on that later.  Tonight we watched the news and the RNC.  J. D. Vance was chosen to be Trump's VP.

On the 16th, Lane and I went to Frankfort and picked up her mother.  We ate at a foodcourt on the way home.  At home, I worked on my writing.

On the 17th, I mowed the front lawn.  Still too wet to mow the back one.

On the 18th, We mowed the backyard, and sat on the front porch enjoying the cool breezes.  We ate dinner at a BBQ place, and picked up a used DVD movie at a store.  Tracts to the staffs.

Thank you so much for your prayers, and please continue to lift us up!

Food for Thought and Prayer:

This, surely, is the marvelous thing, that God likes us to come to Him.  The God who is self-existent, the great Jehovah, the God who is not dependent upon anybody, who is from eternity to eternity (….)  The God who made heaven and earth, and orders the stars in their courses, likes to hear our lisping praises, likes to hear our petitions.  That is because God is love.  —Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Be the person who breaks the cycle.  If you were judged, choose understanding.  If you were rejected, choose acceptance.  If you were shamed, choose compassion.  Be the person you needed when you were hurting, not the person who hurt you.  Vow to be better than what broke you, to heal instead of becoming bitter so you can act from your heart, not your pain.  —Lori Deschene

Do not judge by appearances; a rich heart may be under a poor coat.  —Scottish proverb

We are not meant to be seen as God's perfect, bright-shining examples, but to be seen as the everyday essence of ordinary life exhibiting the miracle of His grace.  —Oswald Chambers

The truth of the matter is that you always know the right thing to do.  The hard part is doing it.  —Norman Schwarzkopf

The sun will burn your eyes out from 92 million miles, and you expect to casually stroll into the presence of its Creator.  —Jerry Cesario

A calling is simply God’s shaping of your burden and beckoning you to your service to him in the place and pursuit of his choosing.  —Ravi Zacharias

Unless I understand the Cross, I cannot understand why my commitment to what is right must be precedence over what I prefer.  —Ravi Zacharias

We live in a day in which renunciation is no longer being taught.  We are not supposed to renounce anything to become Christians.  We are not told to.  We just believe something and accept something passively, in a state of moral inertia, and then we go right back to what we were doing before.  There are people in this country making a career of compromising the cross of Christ with the world, until we cannot tell which is which.  We are one big compromise.  —A. W. Tozer

D. L. Moody put it in his quaint way.  He said, “The whosoeverwills are the elect and the whosoeverwon’ts are the non-elect.”  It is up to you.  The Lord has extended the invitation.  Whosoever will may come.  Don’t try to say that you are left out.  God so loved the world.  Whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish.  That “whosoever” means J. Vernon McGee.  It means you—you can put your name right in there.  Just because there are the elect, it does not mean we know who they are.  You have no right to say that you are of the non-elect.  If you will open your heart, you can come.  That is all you have to do.  I don’t believe in the idea today that you can have “mental reservations.”  The problem is that you have sin in your life, and the Bible condemns it.  If you come to Christ, it means you’ll have to turn from that sin, and some folk just don’t want to turn from their sin.  —J. Vernon McGee

You take your life in your own hands, and what happens?  A terrible thing, no one to blame.  —Erica Jong

It's not the years in your life that count.  It's the life in your years.  —Abraham Lincoln

He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.  —Muhammad Ali

I do not think that there is any other quality so essential to success of any kind as the quality of perseverance.  —John D. Rockefeller

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