A taste of Paradise…
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19h ago
…that is what I think every time we are blessed to visit Mexico. Here are some pics from our latest adventures:  http://feeds.feedburner.com/WeedonsBlog ..read more
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Remember, O Man…
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2w ago
…that thou art dust and unto dust thou shalt return. http://feeds.feedburner.com/WeedonsBlog ..read more
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Old Lutheran Quote of the Day
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2w ago
A good thought for holy Lent, whose arrival is so soon: “The one who knows that the enemy stands before the gates and straightway lets him enter the city; the one who has been warned of the descending steps of sin but does not heed the warning; the one who knows what is the armor of faith and has been clothed with it but does not use it to repel the evil spirits, mocks and despises the good gifts of the kingdom of God more than the heathen. The violent conflict with shame, dread, and hesitation that always rages in his heart before a Christian consents to sin, in contrast to the easy course o ..read more
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And…
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2w ago
…I got a little grandpa snuggling in Winnie Mae, our youngest grandchild (#13): http://feeds.feedburner.com/WeedonsBlog ..read more
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It was a little early
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2w ago
But we had a birthday party for this young man who turns 1 on Tuesday: Happy birthday, Emmett William Ibisch! http://feeds.feedburner.com/WeedonsBlog ..read more
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Quinquagesima
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2w ago
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OMAD
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3w ago
This week Cindi and I went back to OMAD (one meal a day). What a difference it makes in our schedule! I find myself so much more relaxed not having to think about the extra meals (no prep, no clean up!) at breakfast and lunch. And if I eat my 1.5 to 2 lbs of meat at dinner, I don’t even think about food till dinner time the following day! Today’s feast was awesome. Cindi did up half a tenderloin she had found on sale.  I stirred up some alfredo while she was frying the meat. I have definitely decided that I prefer the alfredo on tenderloin to hollandaise. That was dinner: a plate of tende ..read more
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Old Lutheran Quote of the Day
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3w ago
Man cannot save himself, but he can destroy himself… The “I will” comes from God, the “I will not” from man’s own free choice. Acceptance is not earned through merit but is a gift; perdition is not the result of fate but of sin. In the final judgment, men are placed at the right hand of the Judge; they place themselves at His left.—Adolf Köberle, Quest for Holiness, p. 143, 144.  http://feeds.feedburner.com/WeedonsBlog ..read more
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Patristic Quote of the Day
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What is this? ‘That God,’ he says, ‘gave His Only Begotten, His genuine, beloved Son, for us sinners, burdened with myriad sins and pressed down by so many offenses. He not only freed us from sins but also made us righteous, imposing nothing burdensome, toilsome, or painful, but seeking faith from us alone. He made us righteous, holy, declared us sons of God, showed us heirs of the kingdom, wrought us fellow heirs with the Only Begotten, promised resurrection, incorruption of bodies, companions with angels, surpassing all reason and understanding, a dwelling in heaven, and communion with Him a ..read more
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Patristic Quote of the Day
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‘Not only these things do I say, which I mentioned, such as that we were sanctified, justified, through the Only Begotten, that we enjoyed grace, peace, gift of forgiveness of sins, communion of the Holy Spirit, with all ease, without toil, and without sweat, through faith alone, [but] that the Son, the Only Begotten, was sent, that He gave both present and promised glory, incorruption, resurrection of bodies, an angelic end, conduct with Christ, dwelling in heaven. For he presented all these in saying, ‘And we boast in hope of the glory of God.’—St. John Chrysostom, Homily on Glorying in Trib ..read more
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