Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Today... Join Injured Workers at WSIB... 4 pm

Here on
Life with Lynnie (LwL),
I decided to invite you to attend a special event,
if you can...
here in
Windsor, Ontario, Canada.



If you are an injured worker, 
or a supporter of injured workers, 
and are able to attend, please do. 

WSIB 
needs to
understand
and
change
what they are doing, 
for most
injured workers are
 not
being treated properly.

By speaking out
in front of the 
WSIB building,
we are letting them know that
WSIB needs to be in better support
of 
injured workers.

Thinking of that
made me think
of...

1 Thessalonians 5:14,
" Now we exhort you, brethren, warn them that are unruly, comfort the feebleminded, support the weak, be patient toward all men.".

Amen!
Now we exhort you, brethren,
warn them that are unruly,
comfort the feebleminded,
support the weak,
be patient toward all men.

Please meet up and attend
with the group...
if you can.

If you can't attend,
please ask someone you know who may be able to attend
to meet there,
for the group will be 
meeting and
speaking
in front of the building where

Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) 

is located 
at

2485 Ouellette Ave.

at 4:00 p.m.

People walking
and/or
driving
will see people supporting 

Injured Workers

If you or anyone you know
will drive by
WSIB.
please 
honk your horn!

Thank you,
for being supportive.

May God bless you...


Until next time...

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Happy & Sad...

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll let you know a bit about me.  Well, actually a bit about what I've done, recently.  :)

On Friday, December 7, 2018, I attended a real estate board dinner.  It's a dinner that we do once per year, near Christmas.

My realtor friend, L sat beside me, like usual.  Her boyfriend, D sat beside her as well.

There was actually nine (9) of us on table 77.  Hopefully, you realize that there were several hundred people who attended, because there were a lot more tables!

It was a lovely time, together! 

Not just because we enjoyed our meal, received sweet gifts and talked with everyone we came in contact with.  We also enjoyed lovely music!

Afterwards, I dropped off something at both my daughter's homes.

On Saturday, I had a lot of work to do.  This was not the only day I had done that work.  For, I've been doing it for several days, now.

SONday was a wonderful and yet a bit sad day. 

Just so you know, I was exhausted, since I'd been doing so much physical work.  Even so, I worshiped, even though it was slightly different.

In the afternoon, I saw some friends.

A friend had invited me to attend a worship service, because it was a special Choir and Handbells event, during the evening service.

This didn't happen where I've been worshiping.  It actually happened where I used to worship, several years ago.

When I arrived at the church building, several people were very kind to me and said they were happy to see me.  I must admit, I was happy to see them!

Believe me when I say that I found that the seat I sat in for many, many, many years, was empty.  So, that's where I sat.

In a way, I was happy to be there.  But, I must admit that I was also sad.

Why?

That church building/group was where I was baptized as an adult, even though my parents had me baptized as an infant.

Have you been baptized?

Anyone who trusted in/believed upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, gained salvation and everlasting life.  However, as God's Word, the Bible told us, we then needed to repent... and be baptized.

Just as we read, in Acts 2:38, "Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.".

Amen!  Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.

Yes, I received the gift of the Holy Ghost.  Now, it's usually called the Holy Spirit.

Please do so, if you haven't yet done this, for this is what God wants you to do.

As I sat there, I also became sad.

Why?

That church building/group was where I was also married

It's also where I sang and was recorded, because I wanted to sing at my deceased husband Gordon's funeral, but they suggested I be recorded and they played the recording during the funeral, after I had spoken.

To me, even though I missed being there, I realized that I would never, ever worship there... unless the existing pastor was no longer there.  Yes, I have forgiven him, but I will never trust him.  I pray that God will have mercy upon him.

Ultimately, I was happy to have been there.  Hopefully, I will be there, again.  Some day.


Until next time...

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Sunday, December 9, 2018

Christmas is about the Cross?

As I'm sure you realize, today is a special day, not just here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), but everywhere.

It's our day of worship.

I worship.  Hopefully, you worship, also.

Of course, I also enjoy worshiping through music.  So, I'll share with you some music, today.

Here is a song by Go Fish that is entitled,  It's About The Crosshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk9DzwnCvxM.  If you click on the link, you'll notice that this version of that song, is actually entitled, Christmas is about the Cross?  By go Fish!.  Of course, you'll be able to listen to it and/or sing along.  The lyrics are below.

It's About The Cross

It's not just about the manger
Where the baby lay
It's not all about the angels
Who sang for him that day

It's not just about the shepherds
Or the bright and shining star
It's not all about the wise men
Who traveled from afar

It's about the cross
It's about my sin
It's about how Jesus came to be born once
So that we could be born again

It's about the stone
That was rolled away
So that you and I could have real life someday

It's about the cross
It's about the cross

It's not just about the presents
Underneath the tree
It's not all about the feeling
That the season brings to me


It's not just about coming home
To be with those you love
It's not all about the beauty
In the snow I'm dreaming of


It's about the cross
It's about my sin
It's about how Jesus came to be born once
So that we could be born again


It's about the stone
That was rolled away
So that you and I could have real life someday


It's about the cross

The beginning of the story is wonderful and great
But it's the ending that can save you and that's why we celebrate

It's about the cross
It's about my sin
It's about how Jesus came to be born once
So that we could be born again

It's about God's love
Nailed to a tree
It's about every drop of blood that flowed from Him when it should have been me


It's about the stone
That was rolled away
So that you and I could have real life someday
So that you and I could have real life someday

It's about the cross
It's about the cross


How wonderful!

Not only did I like the music, but enjoyed what the lyrics stated.

After all, Jesus came to earth to be born, so that we could be born again.

At the end of the YouTube video where the song was played, a Bible verse was stated.  So, I decided to share it with you.

It was... John 3:16, "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.".

What a blessing it is, that God the Father sent His only begotten Son, our Lord, Jesus Christ to earth, so that whoever believeth upon Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

I've trusted in/believed upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, so I have gained salvation and everlasting life.

Have you?

If not yet, please... do so, today.

Tomorrow... may be too late.


Until next time...

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Saturday, December 8, 2018

Some Do, But Some Don't...

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be sharing things with you, today.

You may know what it is.  But, you may not.

Even so, I'll let you know that it is... movies!  Well, okay... some people don't think they're movies, but even though they are considered to be episodes, I've watched them.

Here are some I've watched: 

"Columbo" Old Fashioned Murder, starring Peter Falk, Joyce Van Patten and other actors.  To check out this crime, drama, mystery film, click on this link:  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074331/.  I enjoyed it.

"Columbo" Murder, a Self Portrait, starring Peter Falk, Patrick Bauchau and other actors.  Check out this crimedramamystery film, by clicking on this link:  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097085/.  This was great to see!

*  "Columbo" Fade in to Murder, starring Peter FalkWilliam Shatner and other actors.  Would you like to check out this crimedramamystery film?  If so, click on this link:  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074328/.  Did I enjoy it?  Yes!


"Columbo" Swan Song, starring Peter Falk, Johnny Cash and other actors.  Please, click on this link, to check out this crimedramamystery filmhttps://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071351/.  This was wondeful!

"Columbo" Grand Deceptions, starring Peter Falk, Robert Foxworth and other actors.  If you'd like to check out this crimedramamystery film, click on this link:  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097084/.  I was happy to see it.

Is it shocking to you, that I enjoy watching Columbo, so very much?  It's not shocking to me.  :)

As I'm sure you realize, I do enjoy seeing Peter Falk.  To me, he was a great actor, who also looked like one of my uncles!

However, when I saw William Shatner, I was happy to see him.  After all, he was born in the same country I was born in... Canada.  If you'd like to click on this link, you can read about him:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Shatner.

Does it matter what country we were born in?  Does it matter what country we live in, or work in?

Not really.  But, to me it is important, as long as it is a country whose God is the Lord.

Just as we read, in Psalm 33:12, "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance.".

Amen!  Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance.

Please realize, that NOT ALL nations/countries have our Lord, as their God.

Some nations/countries do.  Others don't.

When those countries don't have our Lord as God, then people are not taught/educated to become born again Christians, for their god is not the God who will do that for them.

If you're not yet a born again Christian, please... trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.  For if you do, you will gain salvation and everlasting life... and will have a relationship with Him.

Plus, you'll be blessed by Him.

Thank You, Lord!


Until next time...

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Friday, December 7, 2018

Bowing...

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be letting you know about something.

It's something that is happening in UK... meaning England.

What is it?

Well, I believe you need to read an article that I'm sharing with you, by britainfirst.org that is entitled, Christian children bowing to Allah: Britain First investigates Islamic indoctrination in Dorset schools:  https://www.britainfirst.org/christian_children_bowing_to_allah_britain_first_investigates_islamic_indoctrination_in_dorset_schools.

Did you click on the link and read the article?  I hope you did, for I believe you needed to read it.

In case you couldn't, I decided to share what was stated (I copied/pasted):

In a teaching profession dominated by leftists and multiculturalists, political and religious education has too often provided a cover for indoctrination of children.

And, though almost every aspect of mainstream British life has been shaped by Christian belief and values, there's been a growing tendency for schools to treat Christianity as just one among many, instead of giving it the prominence it merits in the school curriculum.

Worse, some headteachers actively promote Islam, often in cahoots with local Islamic cultural (i.e. proselytising) organisations.

Many parents are unaware of the brainwashing of their children, or else feel powerless to stop it - which is why Britain First works to expose indoctrination and support parents who oppose it.

Until recently, schools in Dorset, south-west England have been mercifully Islam-free, but in the last few years left-liberal teachers have begun pushing the Islamic agenda.

For example, in May 2018, St Nicholas Church of England Primary School in the village of Child Okeford invited Dorchester's new Islamic Centre to provide an 'Introduction to Islam'.

Below are some photos of the event, from the school's website: (please know that I didn't share all the photos, but you'll see some below.)

In 2015, Bovington Primary School in Wareham wrote the following in a gushing report of a class visit to a Bournemouth mosque:

'When we arrived, we were greeted by our guides, and given a warm welcome. All adults and children removed their shoes before stepping inside the prayer room as this is part of the Muslim culture.'

'Guides were very informative, we found out about the types of clothing Muslims wear, the routine of washing before prayer, the five pillars of Islam. Then the children were shown how Muslims pray.'

Accompanying photos (copied from Fahrenheit211 blog, as the originals appear to have been removed from the school's website) show white British children in Mohammedan garb, others kneeling and bowing to Allah on prayer mats or the carpeted floor of the mosque:  

A particularly disgusting irony of this visit is that many of the parents were British Army servicemen based at Bovington Camp, some with personal experience of the bloody reality of Islam in Afghanistan and other Middle Eastern hellholes.

Unsurprisingly, several parents complained, prompting headteacher Juliet Muir to remark that she was 'really saddened to read some of the negative comments both on Facebook and sent to school with regard to this trip'.

Far from being 'saddened', Britain First is encouraged by the 'negative [i.e. spirited and defiant] comments'.

We invite parents (in Dorset or elsewhere) worried about political, sexual or religious indoctrination in schools to email us confidentially at: elections@britainfirst.info (subject: Schools).

With new mosques and 'Islamic cultural centres' springing up across the county, Britain First West and East Dorset branches will vigorously oppose the targeting of local schools with Islamic propaganda.

If you read the article, you would have also seen pictures of children in school.  Here's a couple pictures I'm sharing with you.



Wow!

How awful is that?! 

To me, it's truly awful. 

Why?  Muslims are doing what their god has told them to do.  For their god wants every Muslim to convert everyone in the world, to become Islamic.  But, if people don't become Islamic, then Muslims have the right to cut off their heads, meaning murder them.

Muslims are doing all sorts of things and requesting things to happen, that will help people give up their religion, even Christianity, to learn a bit about Islam, and become a Muslim. 

And, Muslims are being allowed to do that.  Not just in England, but also in some other countries. 

Yet, the schools don't allow children/students to learn about being Christian... and/or/learn about Jesus, who will provide salvation for anyone who becomes born again.  Even though they need to.

Just as we read, in John 3:3, "Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.".

Amen!  Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.

I'm born again.

Are you?

If you are born again, then you have trusted in/believed upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and gained salvation and everlasting life, so that you can spend eternity with Him, and be in Heaven, the kingdom of God.

If you aren't yet born again when your life ends here on earth, then you will spend eternity in Hell... separated from God... with NO chance of escape.

Come to Christ, today.

Tomorrow, may be too late.


Until next time...

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Thursday, December 6, 2018

Wisdom & Prayer Request...

Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll be sharing something with you.

What is it?

Here it is; it's an article by thenectarine.ca that is entitled, Canada gives $50M to UN Palestinian refugee agency that U.S. says is 'flawed'https://thenectarine.ca/politics/canada-gives-50m-to-un-palestinian-refugee-agency-that-u-s-says-is-flawed/.

Did you click on the link, and read the article?  Hopefully, you did.

If you weren't able to, be happy that I shared with you a bit of the article (I copied/pasted):

Israel has accused the agency of being biased, fuelling its conflict with the Palestinians and promoting hatred against the Jewish state.

OTTAWA — Canada is contributing $50 million to the United Nations Palestinian refugee agency —  after the United States decided to stop funding what it called an “irredeemably flawed” organization.
The new Canadian funds announced today will be allocated over two years to assist the health and education efforts of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, or UNRWA.
The Trump administration decided in August to withdraw US$300 million in support, ending the United States’ status as the largest donor for an organization that had been trying to help more than five million Palestinian refugees.
Israel has accused the agency of being biased, fuelling its conflict with the Palestinians and promoting hatred against the Jewish state.
Wow!

To me, it's amazingly true what Israel said. 

After all, by sending money this way... then Jewish, Christian or other types of people are NOT being helped.  Only Muslims are being helped, for they are called... Palestinian.

This also means to me, that our Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau doesn't care about hurting everyone except Muslims... as in Israel.

To me, this also shows that Justin Trudeau doesn't care about anything our God wants to be done.  After all, he is also not a born again Christian, so he truly doesn't care.

Thinking of this, made me think of Proverbs 1:7, " The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.".

Amen!  The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Obviously, fools despise wisdom and instruction, and refuse to do what God has told us all to do, so they have no fear of the Lord.

In any case, please join me in prayer.

Please, pray... that our Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau will not be re-elected.

Please, pray... that Justin Trudeau will realize that he despises God's wisdom and instruction, because he doesn't yet have a relationship with our Lord, for he is not trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and hasn't gained salvation.  If he had, then Justin Trudeau would have fear of the Lord, and do what He wants him to do.

Please, pray... that everyone in Israel will be helped... and, not just Muslims.

Thank you for praying.

May God bless you.


Until next time...

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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Tattoo... Robbery...

If you haven't read yesterday's entry of Life with Lynnie (LwL), please do so now.  Before you read, today's entry.

Why?

Well, partially because you need to know about what God revealed to me through an e-mail I received from a relative of mine.  But, also because you will then understand why God let me receive that e-mail message before what happened, that I'll let you know about.

Yes, with family members, I've talked about God.  I've even given them Bibles to read.

Do they read them?  I don't believe they do.

Most don't read God's Word, the Bible.  And, most also do not go to worship.  This also means they do not learn or grow closer to God, or even gain salvation.

Now, I'll tell you about something that happened.  

At first, I was so broken-hearted that I didn't want to even mention any of this information to anyone.  But, after I heard what later happened, I decided it was important for me to tell you.

You see, one of my relatives was going to have a tattoo done.

To many people in this era, it's okay.  But, to anyone who truly reads God's Word, the Bible and belongs to Him, they realize it shouldn't be done.

In the past, I've let almost every local family member know that God has told us to NOT obtain a tattoo.  

Just as we read in NKJV, in Leviticus 19:28, "You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord.".

Amen!  You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the Lord.

Did any of my family members, or their family members listen to what I said?  No.  Did they listen to what God said?  No.

However, I want to tell you that when I was going to see my family members the day I found out that one of them was going to have a tattoo done, I saw him outside of where he lives.  I spoke with him.  I showed him my Bible.  I opened the Bible, read today's Bible verse to him, and wrote it down.  I let him know that I was going to comment about that, and read the Bible verse with the family, and would give him the written version.  

He didn't seem upset.  I was glad.

However, did he not do it?  He did.  He sinned.  He had the tattoo done on his body.

The next day, I found out that after he had the tattoo done, he met up with a friend of his, who was driving and stopped to speak with him.

For some reason, my family member had reached to get some money to give his friend.  When his friend saw that he had a handful of money, his friend grabbed it, and began driving away.  

My family member apparently kept holding onto the car, and kept trying to get his money back from his friend, who virtually robbed him.

Yes, my family member was robbed.  And, wasn't feeling physically well, afterwards.

Did God help him?  No.

Why not?

Does he belong to God?

I don't believe so.  And, I feel that because he learned that he shouldn't have done what God didn't want him to do, yet went and did it to hurt God, then... God didn't help him.

Yes, I believe that this family member and some other relatives also need to gain salvation by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.  

Salvation is so very important.  And, so is... God!

But, everyone also needs to read God's Word, the Bible.  And, accept what God tells everyone, by learning what God expects of us.

After all, whatever we do, we will receive in different ways.  Depending upon what we do.

I feel I need to let you know that if you do not read God's Word, the Bible... then please do it.  Be educated.  And grow closer to God.

For almost 27 years, I've read the entire Bible, every year!

If you haven't yet done that, please do read the entire Bible.

If you do, you'll learn so very much.  And, God will bless you.

Thank You, Lord!