Some great links

1 Peter 4: 7-11   “The end of all things is near.  Therefore be clear minded and self-controlled so that you can pray.  Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers a multitude of sins.  Offer hospitality to one another without grumbling.  Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.  If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God.  If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ.  To Him be the glory and power for ever and ever.  Amen”


         
         Some great links:
    
         Cedar Hill Lutheran Church (our home church where we get fed, inspired and loved)

         Bible Gateway (great Bible resource for reading and/or listening to God’s Word)
         http://www.tct.tv/  (Total Christian Television – God-honoring, Christ-centered programing 24 hours a day!)
         TCT provides an awesome free daily devotional booklet.  Follow the link above to their website and click on Daily Devotional
         to read the devotional for the day or for information on receiving a free copy of the quarterly booklet.
         Here is a sample of one of the readings:
         WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30
         “Her children rise up and call her blessed.” Pr 31:28 NKJV
         HENRY JOHN HEINZ
         At age six, Henry John Heinz began helping his mother tend the small garden behind their family home. At twelve, he
         was working three and a half acres of garden, using a horse and cart for his three-times-a-week deliveries to grocery
         stores throughout the city of Pittsburg. He went on to found his own company and named it 57 Varieties. The Henry
         John Heinz Company was incorporated in 1905, and today, over one hundred years later, it sells more than thirteen
         hundred products worldwide, ranging from ketchup to baby food. But there are other things you need to know: Henry
         John Heinz loved Jesus and was deeply involved in the promotion of Sunday school in Pittsburg and around the world.
         His company was noted for pioneering safe and sanitary food preparation and for being ahead of its time in employee
         relations. He provided free medical benefits, swimming and gymnasium facilities, and promoted women to positions
         of greater responsibility, making them supervisors. He earned a reputation for enhancing the working and living
         conditions of his workers. In his will, Henry John Heinz said: “I desire to set forth at the very beginning of this will, as
         the most important item in it, a confession of my faith in Jesus Christ as my Savior. I also desire to bear witness to the
         fact that throughout my life, in which there were unusual joys and sorrows, I have been wonderfully sustained by my
         faith in God through Jesus Christ. This legacy was left to me by my consecrated mother, a woman of strong faith, and
         to it I attribute any success I have attained.”
         Country Gospel Music Association  (a God-honoring organization that spreads the Good News by encouraging artists to
         share their faith through their God-given talents)