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How Do You Move on from a Heartbreak when You Want to Stay In It OnegirlOnegoal

2023.06.01 16:52 OnegirlOnegoal How Do You Move on from a Heartbreak when You Want to Stay In It OnegirlOnegoal

How Do You Move on from a Heartbreak when You Want to Stay In It OnegirlOnegoal
Hey Hey! I know Moving on is hard but what happens when you want to stay. What happens when old and NEW emotions start to take over your heart? What do you do when you start to question if you're falling in love all over again with the person who hurt you the most. The person who broke your heart in the beginning.
I know the confusion you have of if you should take him back or let it all go. Well the decision is up to YOU. Let the negative talk of family and friends be done. You have to make a decision with the help of GOD. Pray for an answer and when you get it work towards having the best marriage or relationship you can have with the person you love.
Once you make that final decision its no looking back. Go into it strong and willing to change yourself for the better and to move in the right direction to be IN LOVE again or IN LOVE for the first time.
God is walking with you every step of the way.
Be Blessed and listen in every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and Friday
(0:00) How to move on from a heartbreak when you want to stay in it.
(1:41) You have all the signs before you, but you choose to ignore them. Nothing gets better when you get married, everything gets worse.
(6:01) Take that out of your mind for a moment and see where you stand.
(7:40) If you’re in the home with a person who’s trying to be better, they don’t know anything about the Moving towards the future
(10:54) How do I move forward with the past?
(12:35) You’re battling with feelings.
(16:58) You’re better on your own.
(19:25) Don’t allow what God is trying to do in your marriage to get disrupted because you’re constantly trying to battle the devil.
(23:52) If you choose to work it out, you have to trust that what God is saying to you is what he is doing.
(25:53) If you have made a decision to move forward, use it each and every day.

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2023.05.31 20:02 UnDead_Ted Daily Blessings Wednesday, May 31st 2023

Daily Blessings Wednesday, May 31st 2023
“For the flesh desires what is contrary to the Spirit, and the Spirit what is contrary to the flesh. They are in conflict with each other, so that you are not to do whatever you want.” — Gal 5:17
The Holy Spirit is especially tender of his own work upon the soul. He originally formed it—it is his own spiritual offspring; and as a mother watches over her babe, so the blessed Spirit watches over the spirit of his own creating. It is the counterpart of himself, for it is the spirit that he has raised up in the soul by his own almighty power. He, therefore, acts upon it, breathes into it fresh life and power, and communicates grace out of the inexhaustible fullness of the Son of God, thus enabling the spirit to breathe and act, struggle and fight against the flesh, so that the latter cannot have all its own way, but must submit and yield. For the spirit can fight as well as the flesh; can act as well as the flesh; and can desire good as well as the flesh can desire evil.
What a mercy for us it is that there are those heavenly breathings in our soul, of the spirit against the flesh, cryings out to God against it; and that the spirit within us thus takes hold of the arm of Omnipotence outside us, seeks help from the Lord God Almighty, and by strength thus communicated fights against the flesh, and gains at times a most blessed victory over it. For what can the flesh do against the spirit when animated by divine power? What are sin, Satan, and the world when they have to oppose a Triune God in arms? This makes the victory sure, that our friends are stronger than our foes, and the work of God upon our soul greater than anything sin, Satan, or the world can bring against it. This made the Apostle say, after he had been describing the inward conflict, “I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom. 7:25). And when he had enumerated the opposition that the Christian has to endure on every side, he cries out, as if in holy triumph, “No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us” (Rom. 8:37).
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2023.05.31 16:38 SassaFrazza_Fae Blessed Wednesday Witches.

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2023.05.31 15:33 subredditsummarybot Your weekly /r/goldenknights roundup for the week of May 24 - May 30

Wednesday, May 24 - Tuesday, May 30

Top videos

score comments title & link
175 25 comments I got interviewed by a Dallas news station before game 1.
127 12 comments Inspired by the Geico commercial and ancient Reddit threads of other teams... I made my own goal horn button at home for the playoffs in VGK style.
84 22 comments [Off-Topic] [2008 Detroit Red Wings vs Dallas Stars] After taking a 3-0 stranglehold on the Dallas Stars in the Western Conference Final, Detroit would end up dropping Games 4 & 5, setting up a Game 6 in Dallas. Detroit would win Game 6 by a score of 4-1, and won the Stanley Cup two weeks later
73 12 comments [Armor Up] "Get harder."-Bruce Cassidy
41 3 comments [Post Game] Adin Hill fan post
32 2 comments William Carrier has the Game Winning Goal in the Western Conference Final
25 8 comments [Shitpost] Here we come for the DaLLLLas Sparklers!

Game thread comments

score comment
75 Drifty_Canadian said Flames fan here, GO KNIGHTS!
68 FridayCicero702 said 🎵 "Twinkle, twinkle little Stars" 🎵 🎵 "Place Jamie Benn behind bars" 🎵 🎵 "If he hollers let him cry" 🎵 🎵 "Misfits until the day I die" 🎵 🎵 "Get the brooms, feel it up" 🎵 🎵 "All we want is th...
62 BlessTheKneesPart2 said It's now clear we just wanted to wait and embarrass Jamie Benn at home after his suspension was over.
53 UnhealthyCheesecake said The Vegas Golden Knights are going to win this game.
53 FlurriesofFleuryFury said what the fuck ESPN "Eichel is like an uncle, saying 'I just want that thing in...'" what the fuck does that mean? do I want to know?
51 teatew said Please win tonight. I don’t need the additional anxiety of a game 6.
47 ForkzUp said This is ... enjoyable. Sitting here in a bar in Phoenix wearing my VGK jersey. The Dallas fans a few tables over aren't happy.
45 lobsterpillow said Dallas fans booed and Eichel smiled. He is fueled by hate and I love it.
42 The_Bearded_Jedi said Kraken fan coming in peace. Go Knights, fuck Benn up

Top Non-Shitposts

score comments title & link
422 228 comments [Post Game] With a 4-2 series win over the Dallas Stars, the Vegas Golden Knights advance to face the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Final
346 34 comments “Knights fan coming in peace” threads or posts are widely seen as a form of humble bragging or humble gloating. Just leave Dallas alone, they are miserable and don’t need to be told by the team that stomped them how good they are despite the stomping. Just leave them be.
321 13 comments Thank you, Pete DeBoer for finally leading us to a WCF series win 🎻
287 53 comments [League News] Dallas Stars President and CEO Brad Alberts has issued an apology to the Golden Knights.
287 52 comments DO NOT go to the Star’s sub to “come in peace.” That shit is terrible.
282 24 comments [Armor Up] ANOTHA ONEEEE
279 42 comments Eichel has now made the Stanley Cups Finals before McDavid!
256 30 comments [PlayeTeam Discussion] Your Western Conference Champions

Top Shitposts

score comments title & link
286 10 comments [Shitpost] I know it’s bad, but I’m just enjoying the memes today
227 35 comments [Shitpost] To everyone who is already acting like we are in the SCF remember this.
217 5 comments [Shitpost] Back to Vegas on a Mission
166 11 comments [Shitpost] Dear Oettinger
138 9 comments [Shitpost] Adin Mountain
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2023.05.31 14:51 Sach-Ki-Raftar-News 'महाकाल' के दरबार में पहुंचीं Bollywood एक्ट्रेस सारा अली खान #shorts ...

'महाकाल' के दरबार में पहुंचीं Bollywood एक्ट्रेस सारा अली खान #shorts Ujjain Mahakal Sach Ki Raftar
बॉलीवुड अभिनेत्री सारा अली खान (Sara Ali Khan) बुधवार सुबह उज्जैन (Ujjain) स्थित भगवान महाकाल मंदिर के दर्शन किए. सारा ने भस्म आरती (Bhasm Aarti) और भोग आरती (Bhog Aarti) में भी शामिल हुईं. इस दौरान सारा अली खान ने दो घंटे का वक्त महाकालेश्वर मंदिर (Mahakaleshwar Mandir) में बिताया.
अभिनेता सैफ अली खान की बेटी सारा अली खान एक बार फिर महाकाल के दरबार में पहुंची. सारा अली खान पहले भी भगवान महाकाल का आशीर्वाद लेने के लिए आ चुकी है. बुधवार सुबह होने वाली भस्म आरती में सारा अली खान परंपरागत वेशभूषा में पहुंची. गौरतलब है कि महिलाओं को साड़ी में ही भस्मारती में आना होता है. इस दौरान उन्हें नंदीहाल में बैठने की अनुमति भी मिल जाती है. अभिनेत्री सारा अली खान ने भगवान महाकाल का जलाभिषेक भी किया. उन्होंने नंदीहाल में बैठकर 'ओम नमः शिवाय' का जप किया.
Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan reached the court of 'Mahakal'
Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan visited the Lord Mahakal temple in Ujjain on Wednesday morning. Sara also participated in Bhasm Aarti and Bhog Aarti. During this Sara Ali Khan spent two hours in the Mahakaleshwar temple.
Sara Ali Khan, daughter of actor Saif Ali Khan, once again reached the court of Mahakal. Sara Ali Khan has come earlier also to seek the blessings of Lord Mahakal. Sara Ali Khan arrived in traditional attire for the Bhasma Aarti to be held on Wednesday morning. Significantly, women have to come to Bhasmarti in saree only. During this, he also gets permission to sit in Nandihal. Actress Sara Ali Khan also performed Jalabhishek of Lord Mahakal. He chanted 'Om Namah Shivay' sitting in Nandihal.
#Sara_Ali_Khan #Bollywood #UjjainMahakal #SaifAliKhan #ViralVideo #SocialMedia #Movies #SachKiRaftar
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2023.05.31 14:40 Muldertak God wishes all of you a Blessed and Wonderful Wednesday!

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2023.05.31 13:40 KingofSpain0 The Dome of The Mountain

Wednesday, May 31, 2023
On the Temple Mount in Jerusalem sits a mosque. On its walls are written the words, "Allah has no son." This central statement in Islam, is really an anti-statement talking about Messiah. It's actually affirming what it denies because Psalm 2 says, "They rage against the Lord's anointed," His Son, "but I have set my King on my holy mountain." It's on this mountain that Islam rages against God's Son. Even Islam cannot help but focus on Yeshua. It's the same with Rabbinic Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism and even Satanism. Those who are against Him still end up focusing on Him. How much should we, His followers, focus everything on Him? Make Him the focus of your day-to-day, of your thoughts, your heart, your plans, your every word, your actions, everything you do, because that's the way existence works. It's all focused on Him anyway. The more you focus on Him, the more blessed your life will be. He's the Lamb; He's the center of the throne. He's the focus of everything. Make Him your focus and from that will come all blessings.
From Message #402 -Islam And The Messiah Scripture: Psalm 97:9
Today's Mission - Today make a conscious effort to exalt Messiah in everything you do, and everywhere you go; be conscious of His presence.
Credit: Hope of the World Ministries
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2023.05.31 12:20 H1MFirst Become one flesh through Christ today ! i !

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2023.05.31 10:40 wet_bread3 Solace and Unity on this Holy Day

Wednesday has come again, brothers and sisters, on a week that has undoubtedly been the most divided and distressing for our community at large.
I, for one, have had a little time to process recent events, and I think for now we should all strive to come away from them with a renewed commitment to supporting each other and putting faith in our goddess. I had been watching some old interviews with Jenna and still find myself taken by her well-spoken, kind, and adorable personality. Sometimes, when life tests our faith, we must remind ourselves why we love the one we love, and then all we can do is simply choose to trust that that person is still there no matter what while we wait with hopes and prayers for more clarity in the future.
And we still do not know the full context of all of what happened and why it did—maybe not all of it is really what it looked like, maybe Jenna is of the Catholic mindset that tobacco may have use in moderation and this was just a singular incident, maybe this was a one-time slip during an incredibly stressful period that she will grow from and would never entertain again, maybe the off chance they were at least herbal cigarettes rather than regular ones is true, etc. So I propose that we all remember the girl we love and why we loved her and choose to be there with understanding and support for each other in this time to help each other remember that, while we stand firm in our faith at signs of trouble instead of allowing fears or doubts to overcome our trust that, somehow, some way, everything will be okay with our goddess now and in the future.
This is, of course, not to minimize the danger of smoking, nor to discourage the earnest prayer for our goddess to never taint her holy form in such a way again. We should continue to love her, which is not to say we glorify this behavior just as a supposed way of defending her, but that we choose to trust who she was still is who she is and thus continue to honor her for her splendor, beyond this one incident, while also sincerely praying it is not a habit.
Please encourage each other in the comments. JennAmen, brothers and sisters, and have a blessed week. 🙏🏻
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2023.05.31 09:39 BryanKerr7 Edinburgh Marathon - first marathon

Race Information


Goal Description Completed?
A Sub 3:10 Yes
B Sub 3 Yes
B London qualification 2024 hopefully


Kilometer Time
1 4:11
2 4:07
3 3:56
4 4:10
5 3:54
6 4:00
7 4:01
8 4:03
9 4:11
10 4:06
11 4:08
12 4:05
13 4:03
14 4:09
15 4:04
16 4:07
17 4:08
18 4:06
19 4:09
20 4:02
21 4:04
22 4:03
23 4:07
24 4:13
25 4:04
26 4:07
27 4:07
28 4:02
29 4:07
30 4:08
31 4:08
32 4:07
33 4:05
34 4:07
35 4:10
36 4:13
37 4:13
38 4:13
39 4:16
40 4:17
41 4:21
42 4:18
43 3.45


First marathon. Began running in lockdown, seen vast improvements in all my distances, managing to get 5k under 19 mins, 10k under 40 mins, and half marathon under 1:40. I joined a running club in Oct 2022 and seen further improvements in all distances, so I set myself a target of completing a half marathon in under 1:30 and a marathon in under 3.30.
My training consisted on speed work on a Monday (track) and Wednesday (usually in a park or quiet area with no traffic).These sessions are provided by the coaches at my running club. Some examples of the sessions are;
Monday: 5k paced session - 20 x 200m at 5Km Pace/100m Same Time Recovery e.g if 5Km pace is 40s for 200m then 100m recovery is covered in 40s
Wednesday: 10k paced session - 6 x 5 Mins @ 10Km Pace with 2.5 Mins Jog Recovery
Monday: 7 x 800m @ 5Km Pace with 100m in 90s Jog Recovery
Wednesday: 5min, 4min, 3min, 2min, 2min, 3min, 4min, 5min @ 10k pace with half jog rec.
Monday: 10 x 3 Mins/90s Jog Recovery (10k pace)
Wednesday: 8 x 4 Mins @ Half Marathon Pace with 3 Mins Reovery at Easy Run Pace (Not a jog)
Outwith these sessions, I tried to do at least 40km over another 4 runs at an easy pace, keeping heart late below 150bpm. Total monthly kilometres always over 200km. Since the new year I have been trying to hit at least 60km per week.
I booked this marathon last summer and had no idea of a plan or targets. I completed a half marathon in 1.19.59 the end of April this year, and this gave me belief that I would be able to post a good time in this race. I would have been disappointed if I did not manage to complete it in 3.10.
The longest run I completed during my training was an easy run of 33km, about 4 weeks before the race. I was confident I would be able to finish but had no idea how my body would do after that distance at a quicker pace.


I done my last long run (~22km) exactly one week before the race. Easy 10km runs Monday & Tuesday, Wednesday I done 3 x 10km at target marathon pace (4.14/km) with 2 mins rest in between. Another easy run on Thursday and then complete rest Friday & Saturday. On the Wednesday I started upping my carb intake significantly, eating a lot more bread, rice, pancakes, crumpets, scones, tortilla wraps, potatoes and chips. I was feeling rather bloated for these few days so cut back a bit on the Saturday in order to be good for Sunday.
Race day: Got up at 5.30am - big bowl of porridge with a scoop of protein powder, 2 slice of toast & strong coffee. Had a cereal bar and a banana at 8am (2 hours before start). Sipped water through the morning - not too much as was wary of toilet breaks during the race.


Weather on the morning was ideal - good temperature, no wind or rain. Had the potential to heat up later on in the afternoon but overall great running conditions.
Race began at 10am. This was an extremely busy race and had some very narrow points over the first 10km where it was impossible to get by anyone.
The first quarter of the race through the city is all downhill. Great scenery all along closed roads, very enjoyable and a good way to start the race and get warmed up. The streets were packed with spectators and an overall good atmosphere.
KMs 10-30 are where you really need to focus on hitting target pace. The crowds thinned out a bit although there was still locals outside their houses cheering, handing out sweets, playing music, and even a though bands/ dance groups along the way. I always race without earphones in order to take all of this in and it is truly a worthwhile experience. Plenty of water stations along this stretch and the weather was still good. Ran with a few groups during this stretch and chatted away, was lucky enough to move in front of most of them onto the next group.
There is a short gravel section around 28kms around Gosford House. Afterwards I heard a lot of people moaning about this - it certainly is a bit different from running on the road. I suppose it depends on what you are used to, I do a fair bit of trail running as well so felt comfortable. Only thing I would say is the terrain is not suited for the Nike Alphafly.
The last section of the race was by far the most difficult. Temperature had heated up to around ~14 degrees (not roasting, but for us Scots who train all through winter it is on the warmer side). Along with a few gradual inclines on the way back made for some tough kilometres. The number of people I passed on the last stretch who were cramping, being sick or simply walking grew the further I got to the finish line. There also seemed to be less water stations on this section, which is not ideal when you are in the final stages of a marathon.
The final couple of hundred metres was a flat, straight run along mats to the finish line. By far the best part - all the hard work is complete, thousands of spectators and knowing your family and friends are at the finish line waiting to congratulate you. Even better knowing when you know you have smashed every target set!

Nutrition & Strategy

When I signed up for the race I put in a target time of 3.45 - meaning I started in a pen with runners a lot slower than me. This was not ideal as it was very busy and I was stuck behind big groups of runners a lot for the first 20-30mins. I definitely could have went quicker at the beginning, maybe a blessing in disguise as I was still under target pace and perhaps allowed me to not come out the traps too quickly. I took 2 salt tablets every water station, which was every 30 mins or so. Took 1 gel at 10km, 20km then 32km. Fortunately was able to get through the whole race without stopping for the toilet. I was really comfortable up until the last 10km, I had never ran more than this so had no idea how my body would react. I had plenty of time in the bank so I dialled it back a bit to make sure I could finish without cramping or pulling a muscle. My plan before the race was to keep every kilometre below 4.15 and hold on for as long as possible.


I am going to take a few days off to let my body recover. I have a few 10k runs booked throughout the summer and hope to achieve some PBs. The time I posted should also qualify me for London next year.
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2023.05.31 01:45 Moronibot 📰📅 Daily Latter-day Saint Scoop: 2023-05-30 🙌 Small Moments of Faith, Biblical Context, and Remembering Memorial Day 🎙️📖

Hello, fellow Latter-day Saints! 🌞 As your friendly neighborhood intro-bot, I come bearing good tidings of great joy 🎺 and a newsletter packed with faith-inspiring nuggets! So, buckle up and put on your scripture goggles 👓 because we're diving headfirst into a treasure trove of insights, stories, and, dare I say, some occasional humor? 😇 Happy reading, friends! And remember, even us AI bots appreciate a bit of spiritual nourishment now and then! 🤖🙏
Scot and Maurine Proctor explore how small moments of faith and courage can anchor our lives in the latest episode of the How I Know podcast, featuring guest Heather Osmond. Read more here.
Data Over Dogma posts Episode 8 (May 29, 2023), "Contextual Healing" with Aaron Higashi, in which the guest discusses the importance of theological context, the fact that each individual has their own perspective in relation to their beliefs and biblical scholarship. read more here.
Ski Ingram reflects on Memorial Day and the sacrifices made by those who served in the military, including ten men he served with in Vietnam who did not come home, and emphasizes the importance of remembering those who gave their lives for their country and repaying them by being the best citizens possible. Read more here.
FAIR offers insights into the sacrament and how it is viewed in different religious traditions, as part of their series on Come, Follow Me readings and addressing common questions that Evangelicals ask about LDS beliefs. read more here.
In his blog post "O Man! Pay attention!", Dan Peterson reflects on the importance of being alert and attentive, drawing on his experience of flying and reading during his travels. He notes that paying attention to the world around us can help us discover truths and insights that we would otherwise miss. read more here.
The Scriptures Are Real presents a shortcast explaining the story of the woman who married seven brothers and the cultural context of Levirate Marriage, which helps us understand the question posed to Jesus and his answer. Listen to the shortcast here.
Faith Matters shares a podcast conversation with Brooke Romney, who discusses creating connections with all people around us, including our children, and not being afraid to live from our values and receive feedback. Read more here.
Kurt Manwaring shares insights from Latter-day Saint and secular scholars about the Old Testament in his post The Old Testament and Latter-day Saints. read more here.
Kristen Walker Smith explores the similarities between Jesus' sleeping disciples and ourselves during sacrament meetings. She encourages listeners to spend the hour partaking of the sacrament with intention. Read more here.
Ryan Sharp discusses the significance of the Last Supper, the sacrament, and covenants with Kerry Muhlestein on the Scriptures Are Real podcast. The conversation highlights how these concepts can have an impact in our daily lives. Listen to the podcast here.
Data Over Dogma features an interview with biblical scholar Aaron Higashi, discussing the importance of contextual interpretation and the challenges of public biblical scholarship. Listeners can find Dr. Higashi on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube, and can support Data Over Dogma on Patreon. Watch the episode on YouTube.
Scot and Maurine Proctor have released a podcast episode on Meridian Magazine titled "How I Know Podcast: The Small Things in Life Become the Big Things," in which they discuss the importance of small acts of kindness and the impact they can have on others. Read more here.
The Dialogue Journal has released their 88th Episode of the Gospel Study, featuring artist Kwani Povi Winder, where Winder discusses her interpretation of the parables in the New Testament. Read more here.
In the Big Picture episode of One Minute Scripture Study, Cali Black quickly provides context for this week’s reading: Matthew 26; Mark 14; John 13. Listeners can also grab her scripture study guide or a physical copy, along with a New Testament daily devotional book or a simplified New Testament outline. Read more here.
Duane Boyce, in his article "The Folly of Trying to Understand Prophetic Vision in Terms of Worldly Wisdom," shares the story of Dallin Oaks' handling of criticism of a Supreme Court decision and how it taught him the lesson of not trying to understand prophetic vision in terms of worldly wisdom. Boyce argues that we should trust in our leaders, even when we don't understand the reasons behind their decisions. Read more at the Meridian Magazine.
Ski Ingram writes about the origins and significance of Memorial Day, providing a brief history lesson and sharing his personal experience of losing ten men during the Vietnam War and remembering one special soldier on his birthday every year. He encourages Americans to take time on Memorial Day to remember and revere those who sacrificed their lives to keep the citizens of the United States safe. Read more here.
A tragic bus accident in Brazil claimed the life of 20-year-old Elder Izaak Orion Card, a full-time missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on Friday, May 26, 2023; our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends and the missionaries and members in the Brazil Curitiba Mission. Read more here.
The Flameless Fireside Podcast features Heather Smith to discuss "Excommunication: The Gift of Starting Over," recognizing that life is full of challenging choices and struggles that can lead to a bumpy road; finding the desire and strength to believe in the Savior's grace and ask for help is the first step back into His presence. Join the podcast on Wednesday, May 31st, 2023, at 9pm Central/8pm Mtn. Watch the podcast here.
In his article “O Man! Pay Attention!” on the Sic et Non Blog, Dan Peterson reflects on the importance of paying attention to the world around us and learning from our experiences, both good and bad. He shares personal anecdotes and quotes from scripture to emphasize the value of paying attention to life’s lessons. read more here.
The Latter-Day Lights podcast shares the touching story of Meredith Wahlquist's journey as she battled with the loss of her husband to cancer and the faith and strength she found to carry on. Listen to the podcast here.
In this episode of FAIR's Come, Follow Me series, Jennifer Roach discusses the sacrament and how LDS members might talk to Evangelicals about it. She explains how various denominations, such as Evangelicals and Catholics, understand the sacrament differently and explores common criticisms leveled against the LDS Church's practice of the ordinance. Ultimately, Roach emphasizes that the sacrament's true focus should be on personal revelation. Read more from the original post here.
In a blog post by Jennifer Roach, a licensed mental health counselor, Catholics and Evangelicals, who refer to the sacrament as the Eucharist, communion, the Lord's Table, or the Lord's Supper, respectively, are examined. In discussing the sacrament, Roach touches on the importance of compassion, acceptance, grace, humility, thoughts on cannibalism, and ultimately charity.
Ashly Stone shares Jaxon's story of struggling with aspects of the Church as a youth, but finding the value and power of repentance through his mission. The experience brought him closer to Jesus Christ and serves as the foundation for everything he has done in the Church since. Read more here.
Rich Watson shares his experience of how one prompting led him and his wife to start studying conference talks in depth and how that led to the creation of the "General Conference Challenge" Facebook group, which has grown to over 10,000 followers around the world, and how this continual study has impacted their continual conversion. Read more on Leading Saints.
Mark J. Stoddard shares a story about his father and other Prisoners of War (POWs) in Ofuna, Japan, during World War II to commemorate Memorial Day. His father, a POW in the camp, witnessed compassion from the Japanese villagers, even when brutal guards often beat them for their kindness. Stoddard also remembers a lady at a nearby Buddhist Temple who brought them food, risking punishment, and two soldiers who perished in the camp but received no recognition until recently. Stoddard notes that Memorial Day is a time to remember the families of those who died for our blessings of liberty, and he honors his father and friends as well. read more here.
The Dialogue Gospel Study Episode 88 features artist Kwani Povi Winder, who discusses her art and how it relates to the parables in the New Testament. Read more here.
The Scriptures Are Real shares a shortcast explaining the question of a woman who married seven brothers and how understanding the cultural elements of a Levirate Marriage helps us see what the Savior's answer was. Read more here.
The Latter-Day Lights podcast features an interview with Meredith Wahlquist about her husband's battle with cancer and the faith and strength that got her through. Listen or watch here.
Jonn Claybaugh provides study aids for the 24th lesson of the Come, Follow Me curriculum, focusing on John 14 and the teachings of Jesus regarding the Comforter. Read more here.
Kristen Walker Smith discusses the similarities between ourselves and Jesus's sleeping disciples during the sacrament hour and how we can be more present during this sacred time. Read more here.
Scot and Maurine Proctor host an inspiring episode of How I Know Podcast where Heather Osmond shares how a single moment of bravery and spirituality from her mother became the anchor in her life. Read more here.
Faith Matters speaks with Brooke Romney about the broader applications of parenting, focusing on how to create meaningful connections with people, including our children, in order to live from our values and improve, in a delightful conversation that is relevant beyond the subject of parenting. Read more here.
The Scriptures Are Real shares a video discussing the Savior's institution of the Sacrament at the Last Supper, focusing on covenants, God's willingness to work with us, and the practical application of the Sacrament in everyday life. Watch the video here.
Ski Ingram reflects on the true meaning and origins of Memorial Day, and why it's important to remember and honor those who have given their lives in service of their country, citing stories of personal loss and sacrifice. Read more here.
Duane Boyce writes about Dallin Oaks’ respectful approach to prophetic counsel and how it led to Oaks learning valuable lessons and respecting a prophet’s vision instead of worldly wisdom. Read more here.
The Flameless Fireside Podcast brings Heather Smith to discuss "Excommunication: The Gift of Starting Over," emphasizing the importance of finding strength to ask for help and the Savior's ability to seek out the lost. Join the live podcast on May 31st, 2023, at 9 pm Central/8 pm Mtn on Youtube Live or Facebook Live. Post link is here.
In this week's Big Picture Monday episode, Cali Black provides context for the readings in Matthew 26, Mark 14, and John 13. She also offers a discount on her Come Follow Me study guide and a free copy of Kristen Walker Smith's simplified New Testament outline. Read more here.
Jennifer Roach addresses common Evangelical questions about the Sacrament in the latest installment of Come Follow Me with FAIR and offers insights from both historical Christian practice and LDS doctrine. Read more here.
Dan Peterson's blog post titled "O Man! Pay Attention!" recounts his experience flying on an airplane and his observation of passengers' lack of awareness of their surroundings, drawing parallels to a similar lack of spiritual awareness in daily life. He encourages readers to live in the moment and pay attention to the world around them in order to find greater happiness and fulfillment. Read More Here
The Church Newsroom reports that a young missionary, Elder Izaak Orion Card, has died in a bus accident in Brazil while serving in the Brazil Curitiba Mission. Four missionaries were traveling on a bus when it was hit by a semitruck, and the other missionaries did not sustain serious injury. The Church expresses love and sympathy for Elder Card's family, friends, and all affected by his loss. Read more here.
In a podcast episode on the Ashly Stone show, Jaxon shares his struggles with the Church as a youth, but eventually found the value of repentance through his mission, where he felt closer to Jesus Christ. read more here.
In a FAIR blog post, Jennifer Roach discusses the sacrament and how it is viewed by different faiths, including Evangelical and Catholic. She offers insight into how Latter-day Saint beliefs align with and differ from those of other faiths. Roach also provides suggestions for better dialogue with Evangelical friends and family. read more here.
Data Over Dogma interviews Dr. Aaron Higashi, a scholar and TikToker, about the importance of theological context and turning biblical scholarship out to the public. Dr. Higashi discusses the idea that every believer is coming from a particular perspective and the perils and rewards of sharing scholarship with a wider audience. Visit Dr. Higashi's work on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube. Support Data Over Dogma's work by becoming a monthly patron and follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Watch the episode on YouTube.
In a blog post on Leading Saints, Rich Watson shares his experience of joining the Church and the impact of General Conference on his life, highlighting a Facebook group he created called "General Conference Challenge" in which 10,000 followers in countries around the globe listen to and have discussions about a talk from each session of General Conference. He reflects on several April 2023 Conference talks, drawing insights and applications for empowerment, responsibility, and continual conversion. Join the General Conference Challenge group on Facebook to participate and check it out for yourself. read more here.
Mark J. Stoddard shares a remarkable true story of World War II prisoners of war (POWs) held in the same camp with Olympian Louis Zamperini at the Ofuna Japanese POW camp. The author's father, a former POW, and some of the prisoners' families saved the lives of several Japanese people in the Ofuna region after the war, despite their brutal treatment during their captivity. This heartwarming, little-known story is a tribute to the enduring power of the human spirit to forgive and love. Read more here.
Pam Peebles asks readers to reflect on their own identity and shares how one man, @bro.kylereedsmith, identifies himself as a child of God, disciple of Jesus Christ, and follower of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more on the Third Hour blog.
The Interpreter Radio Show hosts Terry Hutchinson, John Gee, and Kevin Christensen discuss New Testament lesson 24, “Continue Ye in My Love” covering John 14–17, in the May 14 Come, Follow Me segment. Read more here.
The Interpreter Radio Show presents their hosts Terry Hutchinson, John Gee, and Kevin Christensen discussing the New Testament lesson 24, "Continue Ye in My Love" covering John 14-17 in their May 14 Come, Follow Me segment. Read more here.
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2023.05.31 00:52 KonnectKing The Rosary for Everybody who doesn't know what it is. (psssst.... it's Scriptural!!)

If you are curious or Catholic, you can go here everyday and pray the Rosary with others online at the same time.
Here's a history [ ]of using strings of knots or beads as an aid to meditation and prayer in both Apostolic Rites - Roman and Eastern Orthodox. I like this: "Our everyday name of beads for it is simply the Old Saxon word bede (a prayer)"
Classically, the Rosary is a certain form of praying where we recall successively in the mystery of the Incarnation and our Redemption. The prayers are all Scripturally based and appealing to Mary to pray for us is, too. (See the wedding at Cana).
NOW - you don't have to pray the classic prayers. I often pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, essentially:
On a large beads:
Eternal Father, I offer You the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Your dearly beloved Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, in atonement for our sins and those of the whole world.
On the ten smaller beads For the sake of His sorrowful Passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.
There are opening and closing prayers and such. Catholics often add between the sets of 10 beads,
"Oh my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to heaven, especially those who are in most need of Your mercy."
Or the Prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel at the end:
"Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle. Be our protection against the wickedness and snares of the devil; May God rebuke him, we humbly pray; And do thou, O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God, thrust into hell Satan and all evil spirits who wander through the world for the ruin of souls. Amen."
Here are the Mysteries. Originally, the Rosary was popularized by those who could not read, afford Bibles if they could, or get to a church more than once or twice a year to remember and worship Jesus Christ every single day.

Joyful Mystery of the Rosary Monday & Saturday
The Annunciation of the Lord to Mary
(Mary is chosen to be the mother of Jesus.)
The Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth
Elizabeth recognizes Mary as the mother of our Lord.
The Nativity of our Lord Jesus Christ
Jesus is born and laid in a manger.
The Presentation of our Lord
Jesus is presented in the Temple of Jerusalem.
Finding Jesus in the Temple at age 12
Jesus is found discussing God's laws in the temple.

Sorrowful Mystery of the Rosary Tuesday & Friday
The Agony of Jesus in the Garden
Jesus prays when confronted with the sins of the world.
The Scourging at the Pillar
Jesus is whipped before His execution.
Jesus is Crowned with Thorns
Jesus is mocked with a painful crown of thorns.
Jesus Carried the Cross
Jesus carries the weight of our sins to His crucifixion.
The Crucifixion of our Lord
Jesus Christ dies to save all mankind.

Glorious Mystery of the Rosary Wednesday & Sunday
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Jesus rises triumphant over death.
The Ascension of Jesus to Heaven
As Jesus ascends, He gives us a special task.
The Descent of the Holy Ghost
At Pentecost the Church is born.
The Assumption of Mary into Heaven
The Virgin Mary is gloriously assumed into heaven.
Mary is Crowned as Queen of Heaven and Earth
Mary is honored above all creatures.

Luminous Mystery of the Rosary Thursday
The Baptism in the Jordan
God proclaims Jesus is His Son.
The Wedding at Cana
Jesus performs a surprising miracle at a wedding.
The Proclamation of the Kingdom
Jesus calls us to do something important.
The Transfiguration
Jesus is gloriously transformed.
The Institution of the Eucharist
Jesus shares His Body and Blood for our salvation.
Now the Big One!!! What we pray to Mary on the smaller beads:
Hail Mary full of Grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of your womb Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our deaths.
Anyone can pray the Rosary. Add your own prayers. The point is, you devote a certain time every day to devotion to God and Jesus Christ. You think of Him and your relationship to Him and His love and sacrifice for you every day.
Lastly: the Orthodox use prayer knotted ropes differently and I hope one of the Orthodox will post a thread about that and the prayers they say. I would very much like to have a prayer rope. I don't think Jesus would mind.
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2023.05.31 00:17 Ferret-Merit Looking for ferret anatomical model

I've been so blessed with my vet and the staff at the clinic, but unfortunately have to move. I'd like to gift them an anatomical model of a ferret. Doesn't need to be a model of the whole animal, even part (dental, heart, skeletal, etc.)
These are my favourite stories.
When Jimmy first showed insulinoma symptoms, my vet admitted he hadn't done removal of the tumours in ferrets before and in cats and dogs it can be rough. He asked me to wait while he looked into it and he'd let me know if he could. This man went on vacation, spent his 6 hour flight researching the procedure, went to an American exotics clinic so he could observe/assist on a couple cases there, then came back and did the surgery. He removed 2 ballpoint pen ball-sized tumours from Jimmy's pancreas and Jimmy lived another 5 or so years. I think we paid around 390$.
When Dewey got his GI obstruction (ate a cat hairball, ew) we were having a hard time diagnosing it because it would obstruct the exit of his stomach, and then move. The x-ray showed nothing, not even with contrast. Dewey went from 1.7 kg to 1 kg in about 6 days. I dropped Dewey off Wednesday a.m. so he could be seen between appointments. When the vet called I described the forceful vomiting and the he said "I'll call you back!" and hung up. A short while later he called back to say he'd altered the contrast and was able to see it. I stopped by to drop off post-op food for Dewey and the vet was saying goodnight to his kids via Zoom. He operated and called us right away to tell us it was a success. I picked Dewey up Thursday p.m. and the vet reported what time Dewey ate, drank, used the litter box etc...because he had spent the night on a cot in front of Dewey's recovery cage. The x-rays, unscheduled surgery, anesthesia, monitoring post-op meds, DVM overnight observation, 2 days in hospital, etc. came to around 475$.
I've brought three ferrets to his clinic so they can be helped to the Bridge, and they've been so compassionate each time. Anyone who has lost a ferret knows what a difference a good vet makes at that time.
These people really care, and I love them for it. So any tips on a model or any other ferrety gift suggestions are very welcome!
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2023.05.30 21:10 lettered_hylobate Update 36: Gondor Renewed - releasing tomorrow, Wed. May 31

Update 36 Release Notes

Here are the release notes for Update 36: Gondor Renewed, released on Wednesday, May 31st, 2023.

Of Special Note:

A New Story Begins in A Renewed King's Gondor!

After the defeat of Sauron, King Elessar and Queen Arwen seek to bring peace to their kingdom, but the danger is not gone and new foes seek to threaten Gondor. Adventure awaits in the new zone of King's Gondor East, set after the War of the Ring when fresh breezes have dispersed the fumes of the Dawnless Day and allowed the sun to shine again! Discover the beginning of a new Epic-style storyline, 'The Song of Waves and Wind,' and team up with Legolas, Gimli, and friends both old and new to investigate the continuing threat of the Heirs of Castamir!
The Song of Waves and Wind
A new story debuts with Gondor Renewed called "The Song of Waves and Wind"! For characters level 140. Start the first chapter by speaking to Glindor in Minas Tirith (Midsummer)! This new story is available to anyone who is VIP, purchases the "Gondor Renewed" quest pack, or who purchases quest packs associated with the story that are released in the future.
King's Gondor Awaits
Gone are the gloomy dark skies, replaced with bright and sunny fields and hills. Players familiar with the original Central and Eastern Gondor regions will be familiar with King's Gondor from a navigation standpoint, but there are new additions, and places players previously could not go are now open to allow for further exploration!
The Quest Pack "Gondor Renewed" unlocks more than 80 quests and Deeds for level 140 characters. Includes King's Gondor East and The Song of Waves and Wind. Free to VIPs!
How do I get to King's Gondor?
Go to Minas Tirith (After Battle) and head South through the Pelennor Fields. Where there once stood an impassable is no more! Questing begins in this area of the Pelennor Fields and in the under-construction version of The Harlond. From there, you can explore Gondor up to Linhir, where the gates are currently closed.​

Landscape Difficulty: The Paths of Valour!

We have reworked the Landscape Difficulty setting system introduced with Treebeard and are now opening it to the general game worlds as an option! Read full details about this new Landscape Difficulty option in the release notes below.​ A new Faction and new rewards are now available by playing these higher difficulties. Activate your difficulty and adjust it in the future by speaking with a Hardened Traveller, which can be found in major hubs and new player zones throughout Middle-earth:

There are titles available for activating a difficulty of 3 or higher and keeping it there from level 10 to level 50, and then to level 130 respectively. The title granted depends on the class you play, but can be used by any character on your account. Make sure to select your Landscape Difficulty prior to achieving level 10 to be eligible for these titles! In order to earn these titles, you must keep the difficulty system active for the entire leveling span from level 10 thru 50/130. Entering areas of the game world where it is temporarily suppressed will not invalidate your title attempt, however turning it down or off via the Hardened Traveller will.

More Delvings!

More Delvings are now available! The Annúminas instances Glinghant, Haudh Valandil, and the Great Barrows instances Sambrog, Thadûr and The Maze have been converted to be playable as Delvings! Find them in the Instance Finder (Control+J by default).​

News and Notes



Items & Rewards

Landscape Difficulty

General Landscape Changes:


Missions and Delvings


Quests, Deeds and Instances


Known Issues:

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2023.05.30 20:22 Thanos6 1982 South Carolina Jane Doe identified as Virginia Higgins Ray

In 1982, a female patient was taken to a mental hospital in Columbia, South Carolina for schizophrenia. She never provided her name, and when she ended up dying on February 15, due to aspirating her stomach contents, they were unable to identify her.
Until now. Thanks to genetic genealogy, she's been identified as Virginia Higgins Ray from Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Surviving family members assisted in confirming her identity.
Richland County Coroner identifies “Jane Doe” in 1982 cold case
Her husband John's obituary. He passed away in 2013, and she was listed as pre-deceasing him.
Another article about the identification, this one with a picture of her in life.
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2023.05.30 17:10 BlessedByTheRoasters [PC] [EU] Looking for a friendly guild for your adventures in Tamriel? Then join us and be blessed by the Roasters!

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2023.05.30 17:01 jyotishwithakshayg Nirjala Ekadashi: Auspicious yoga and remedies for worshiping Lord Vishnu and Ganesha on Nirjala Ekadashi

Nirjala Ekadashi: Auspicious yoga and remedies for worshiping Lord Vishnu and Ganesha on Nirjala Ekadashi

Nirjala Ekadashi

Fasting of Nirjala Ekadashi: -

By fasting on Ekadashi, one gets the blessings of Lord Vishnu and also gets freedom from mistakes made knowingly or unknowingly.
This year Nirjala Ekadashi fast will be observed on 31st May. It is believed that keeping Nirjala fast on the Ekadashi date of Shukla Paksha of Jyeshtha month gives fruits and virtue equal to all Ekadashi fasts of the whole year. Keeping waterless fast in Jyeshtha month is no less than austerity. This time, due to Ekadashi being on Wednesday, an auspicious yoga is being created for worshiping Ganesha and Mercury along with Vishnu. By fasting on Ekadashi, one gets the blessings of Lord Vishnu and also gets freedom from mistakes made knowingly or unknowingly.
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2023.05.30 05:23 Dangerous_Jicama_469 Is Nick Fuentes Making an appearance on FNF Finally? (Hope it will be Nick+Zherka+Sneako that would be 🔥🔥🔥).

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2023.05.29 23:42 iknowyouknow100 Am I “too into” my baby?

Soooo a couple of older relatives have told me that I’m “too into” my baby.
I (F 29), think they are bonkers… but I thought I would check in with you all. I’ve been warned by numerous ppl (some are childfree, some are parents), to not lose myself/ my identity as a new mom… and I’m wondering if that’s actually already started, and I’m just blissfully unaware LOL.
My LO is 20 weeks old this upcoming Wednesday btw.
I have been away from her a total of five times since her birth, each time for no more than five hours. Honestly, I find it difficult to leave my baby at all.
If I’m in the same room as her, I prefer to be the one holding her. Not because I don’t trust my family and friends! I just love interacting with her. (This feeling isn’t as strong if my husband, parents, brother, or grandma are the ones interacting with her).
I don’t crave any time away from her. Like at all. She doesn’t stress me out, I am not pining for my life prior to having her, and I genuinely love spending my time with my LO. (I don’t judge anyone who feels differently. This is just my experience).
I am currently a Stay-At home parent while I look for a new job that better fits mine and my family’s current needs. So I am around her constantly, and even though my husband is incredibly involved, I am our daughter’s primary caregiver. (I EBF, so that’s partly why).
Like I mentioned before, some folks have warned me about losing my identity.
I promise I don’t talk to folks about my baby unless ppl ask, and I’m not the kind to shove photos of her in ppls’ faces either. I still have interests and hobbies outside of being a mom, I just have little desire to pursue them right now.
I guess my mindset is that, time passes by very quickly and I want to absorb everything to the best of my ability. (I helped to raise my little bro and he’s about to turn 18 which is wild to me. I swear he was three years old yesterday). I also have a career in infant/child development, so part of me is always thinking about what may be best for her.
Anyways… sorry for the wall of text. Just curious if anyone feels similarly or is sensing some red flags in my behavior here. Thank you all!!
Update: Logged on and was floored to see my first gold award… Turns out it was gifted to me by my husband lol
Additionally, I was only expecting 5 responses at most! To see all of these responses and upvotes has filled my heart with gratitude.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond, and I hope that you all are enjoying the continued conversations throughout the comment section. I’m taking some time to read through everything, and am hoping I can respond to most of you! This is a fantastic community, and it’s lovely interacting with you all.
To those of you who have battled PPD/PPA during your parenting journey, I am in awe of your strength. Thank you for sharing your stories.
To everyone in the comment section who also raised their younger sibling(s) that are going to graduate high-school soon… Congratulations! I’ve never met anyone in my same position before, and it’s truly a unique experience
Finally, I adore my baby, and being her mother is the role of a lifetime. I’ve always wanted to be a mother, and admittedly it was a rocky road getting here. I feel very very blessed for numerous reasons, to have the relationship I do with motherhood and my baby. I don’t care if anyone thinks I’m too obsessed, I am going to continue loving the baby phase, and I am looking forward to the other stages of growth as well. My main focus in life,is nurturing my daughter to the best of my ability, and doing all that I can to ensure that she knows her mama m loves and supports her.
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2023.05.29 18:20 TheLesserWight [None] Ten Years of Writing EBOOK GIVEAWAY!

Will uploaded House of Blades, his very first book, 10 years ago on the 1st of June.
To celebrate the absolute blessing that the fans and readers have been, all of Will’s ebooks will be free on Amazon Wednesday, May 31st for 24 hours starting midnight Pacific time!
Every single ebook Will has written will be free to download (individual books, not the collections).
Harass your friends who haven’t read Cradle, download Elder Empire since we all know you haven’t read it yet, and eat a celebratory Oreo. You’ve earned it.
The last ten years have been the most fun of our whole family’s lives. There’s no way to say “thank you” enough. You’ve changed all our lives.
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