We know him who said, "It is mine to avenge; I will repay," and again, "The Lord will judge his people." It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. Hebrews 10:30-31

WorldNetDaily’s Denis Prager
If you’re thinking of marrying, part 1

1. Is the person your best friend or at least becoming so? It is easy to find a lover. It is easy to get excited about a new person. But if you cannot say that the person you are considering marrying has become or is becoming your best friend, you need to figure out why before you decide to marry. This is probably the single most overlooked question among couples, especially young ones.
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If you’re thinking of marrying, part 2

This is especially true for first marriages. That is why it is so important to think through your decision by asking and answering critical questions. In part 1, I offered five. Here are seven more:

6. What problems do the two of you now have? And what inner voice of doubt, if any, are you suppressing? Here is a rule that is rarely broken: Whatever problems you have before the wedding day, you will have during your marriage. Do not think that marrying will solve any problem you have with the person. You therefore have three choices: Make peace with the problem, see if it can be solved before deciding to marry, or don’t marry the person. It is imperative that you be ruthlessly honest with yourself. And that is very hard. Nothing in life is easier than denying problems when you are in love. That is why it is important to pay attention to inner doubts.
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When Cloning Goes Wrong
(Results from another fine contest brought to you by the kind folks at Worth1000.com

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Site-seeing:
Tree Carvings
Yugop -rather hard to describe, but fun to explore.
Facts Index -where to begin…
Snowglobes -Not your grandma’s snowglobes.

Prayer Request:
My Brother-in-law has a couple of spots on his lungs. He already had 40% of one lung removed. Pray for wisdom as the doctors decide how to treat him, as well as success for treatment. (long term)
Margi and Larry, who have significant issues of health, and for their family during this trial. (long term)
Tim and Debby, as Tim is about to undergo cancer treatment for several masses found. Pray that he continues to improve and recover, and prayer for this family during this time of illness. (long term)
I have a sister and a brother who both struggle with substance abuse as well as another brother who has AIDS.(long term)

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~ by thoughtcrime2 on December 15, 2005.

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