Born Again

Hello,
Today’s quote is:
jesluvsuIf you put your confident trust
In Jesus as the one who bears your sins,
It means that you have experienced the
Second birth. Eternal life is God’s gift
To all who acknowledge their need of a Savior
And turn to Jesus in believing faith.
Have you heard the Good news? Good! Now pass it
On to somebody else who has yet to hear.
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This is a serious matter. Please pay attention.

Until Next Time
Granny P.

Tags: Second birth, Eternal life, God’s gift, Need of a Savior.

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Today I Choose

For all Teachers and all who have children ib the Public School system, Please read.

That the world may know...

I started a blog today and proceeded to erase it. There are so many thoughts that have been whirling in my mind for the past several weeks. Words cannot express all of the joys and frustrations that come with teaching. Nonetheless, here is my attempt.

Today was one of those days. 

One of those days that made me question many things. That made me wonder how on earth this is going to change.  

Sometimes as a teacher, you are given situations that you can only do your best in. And sometimes that best is far from enough. You literally don’t have the training or ability to affect the needed change.

And yet, there you are.

Sometimes those situations require you to make impossible choices between attempting to help one very, very squeaky wheel or helping everyone else.

As a teacher I’m given the responsibility to help each scholar be successful…

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Drifting

Hello,
rescu1sToday’s quote is:
We’ve drifted away from
Bing fishers if men to
Being keepers of aquarium
Paul Harvey

What have you done for God lately?

Until Next Time
Granny P.

Tags: Fishers, Men, Drifted, Keepers,Paul Harvey

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The Little Things

Hello,
Today’s quote is:
0529111359There is a wonderful,
Mystical law of nature
That the three things
We crave most in life –
Happiness, Freedom, and
Peace of mind, are always
Attained by giving them
To someone else.
John Adams

It’s the little things that counts.

Until Next Time
Granny P.

Tags: Nature, Mystical law, Freedom, Peace of mind, John Adams

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Remember

Hello,
Today’s quote is:
When the LORD your God brings you
jesusisthewayInto the land… with large and
Beautiful cities that you did not
Build, houses full of every good
Thing that you did not fill them with,
Wells dug that you did not dig, and
Vineyards and olive groves you did not
Plant, and when you eat and are satisfied,
Be careful not to forget the LORD who
Brought you out of the land of Egypt,
Out of the place of slavery.
Deuteronomy 6:6, 8-12

We we have no wants, we often forget about God.
Remember, He gives and He takes away.

Until Next Time
Granny P.

Tags: Beautiful Cities, LORD, Houses, Vineyards, Egypt

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Satisfied

Hello,
Today’s quote is:
I know how t have a little,
gold02sAnd I know how to have a lot.
In any and all circumstances
I have learned te secret of
Being content, whether well-fed
Or hungry, whether in abundance
Or in need. I am able to do all
Things through Him who strengthens me.
Philippians 4: 12-13

Until Next Time
Granny P.

Tags: Content, Him who strengthens me, Secret, A little, a lot

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New Beginnings

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Every school year is full of new beginnings.

This year was particularly new–a new district, a new school, a new staff to get to know, a new classroom, and of course, new students. As I continue to navigate the new aspects, I also remember the people who have been a part of this journey so far. 

As I pulled out my books, I found “Herman the Helper”–D’s favorite book. I smiled as I remembered him reading his first level J book. I laughed also, at the fact that he read this book over and over, sometimes to spite me when he didn’t want to read a more challenging book. As I remember D, I remember the power of unlocking a student’s potential; and the long, difficult, yet rewarding journey. 

As I continued to unpack, I discovered “Mr. Peabody”, a small stuffed dog that sat on my bookshelf. He was named…

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