Jesus died for us
so we could have more life
He cancelled our sins
but we still need to repent.
We have all lived in the flesh
we now can live in the spirit
with the Holy Spirit in us.
Thank You Jesus for my salvation
and forgiveness of sins
I go to the cross and pray again and again.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 30,2018
I was reborn in Christ
for I died to sin
I repented and the Holy Ghost
now resides within.
Jesus Christ I do believe
you were there for me before I
You lead me on a path to you
you are so loving and so true
I pray to you Jesus my whole
Written by Suzae Chevalier on March 30, 2018
Jesus drunk the Cup of God’s Wrath for us
did you know?
That is because he loved us so.
for God knew that for us to be
holy in his eyes
his only Son
had to die.
Before he was on the cross
he drunk that cup for all.
We are clothed in his righteousness
now we can wear white
when we walk in the spirit the rest of our lives.
We can drink the Cup of Forgiveness
for forgiven is our sins and pain
Praise Jesus for his name is above all names.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on April 1, 2018
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Colin Kaepernick may have started the kneeling in protest of America ‘s national
anthem, but Stephen Martin, owner of “Prime Time Sports” in Colorado Springs ,
Colorado has started a patriotic rising unlike anything that’s ever been done before.
Martin first took a stand when NFL player Brandon Marshall refused to stand
for the anthem. Immediately, Martin canceled Marshall ‘s scheduled autograph
signing event in his store. But he wasn’t done. He replaced the star’s event
with something entirely different in his store, and in one week, it has grown to
epic proportions that he can hardly even keep up with now.
He put out a post on Facebook, respectfully disagreeing with the disrespect of the
nation’s flag and anthem, then proceeded to explain just what the flag means to him,
and the sacrifice of all the men and women who have fought for it. Martin invited
people to send photos of their loved ones who are veterans, in active service, or who
have been injured or given their lives in the line of duty.
The photos started pouring in from all across the country, and as fast as they were
emailed, Martin printed them off and taped them to his store front window. Americans
are sharing their photos and stories on his Facebook page, as well as sending to him
through email, and each day he has posted photos of the progress.
Schook the malamute that did love
the cold feel of the bathroom tub.
He only liked Suzae besides the owner Steve
he was always by Suzae’s side
he did not leave.
He and Suzae got along real well-
almost better than her doll named Mel.
Schook was pure malamute and Suzae
would run another malamute one day.
She would walk him with TaShieka
and Dunkin was his name.
Now Dunkin, TaShieka and Schook
are passed on-
But they are still in Suzae’s heart
so they are not far gone.
Written by Suzae Chevalier on February 24, 2016
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