My Story Part 2

Heading into month two of our relationship he was planning on marrying me.  What a wonderful man, though I thought.  We were at one of his friends house in a little country town in Missouri.  We got into an argument over me talking to his friend, mind you a female, for about three hours, it was almost 1am in the morning.  What he was upset about was the fact I was talking ‘good’ about him and praising him to his friend (I’m being sarcastic).  I didn’t think I was doing anything wrong.  So we ended up arguing.  He pushed me on the bed and commanded me to go to sleep, because I was the one acting ‘crazy’.  But my hard head didn’t want to listen, of course.  He starts kicking me in the back, throwing me around by my shirt.  So, I told him I wanted to leave and go home.  We fought over the keys so bad that my fingers were cut up from him not letting go of them.  So, finally we get into the car and I’m crying my eyes out, he’s telling me to STFU and other name calling.  Mind you we are on a country gravel road in the middle of nowhere.  He’s yelling at me, accusing me of cheating and how big of a whore I am.  He then slams on his breaks, leans over and at that very moment I thought I was going to die, he starts strangling me.  He finally let go and we started moving, he then slams on his breaks again and tells me to walk home, but I told him no, not without my kids, even though I was terrified of him.  He tells me to drive then.  On the highway driving he told me to slow down, because if we get pulled over and you tell the police what happened I’ll kill you.  So I did what he said. 

We pull up to his mom’s house, I was going to leave but he told me to stay and sleep elsewhere because it was 4am in the morning.  We lay down, I’m on the floor and he’s in his bed and he tells me to get up there with him.  So I did!

The morning came and he was crying when I woke up.  He started to apologize and said it wouldn’t happen ever again.  I forgave him and went on about our day, in love, without a care in the world.  So I thought…

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The Cycle of Abuse

Victim Beware: You are on an emotional roller coaster ride that will wear you down and deplete your self-esteem!

Honeymoon/Calm Phase
Things seem wonderful at what I always consider the beginning of the pattern, and everyone (particularly the victim) hopes beyond hope that things will be different from here. Everything has been resolved and the problems will not persist. There is open communication and things seem to be back on the desired, ideal track. You forgive and you forget. All the past is forgotten.

Tension Phase
Things start to become a bother, especially for the person who is abusive. Things start to become irritating and these offences begin to build. Communication that was very open just a short time before is now difficult and guarded. There is much avoidant behavior and "walking on eggshells." "I'd better not provoke." "I'm going to get into trouble for this, so I won't say anything." "I have a problem with this but I can't take the chance of talking about it."

Confrontation or Altercation Phase
The accumulated tension or irritation errupts into some type of confrontation and communication shifts from a passive avoidance to aggression on the part of just one or both of the parties involved. Here, we see verbal abuse and/or physical abuse, intimidation, threats, ect. The accumulated tension is unloaded in one acute event which is often not commensurate to what appears to have triggered the event.

Reconciliation Phase
Both parties basically become very shocked by the confrontation, and the frustration has been expressed by at least one party. The other party is left to deal with shock, injury, incredulity, ect. It is during this phase that apologies and excuses are offered to assuage the other partner's pain and emotion, whatever that may be. There may also be a great show of caring from the abusive party which engenders the sympathy of the injured. Both parties generally try to excuse the event by creating a myth about the altercation: "it wasn't that bad and was blown out of proportion." Denial is also a possibility, as the confrontation quickly and conveniently slips out of the remembrance of one or both parties. With Borderline Personality Disorder, the effect of that disease process actually prevent the memory from passing from short term into long term memory storage. It is literally forgotten.

Then back to square one...

A man abuses his partner. After he hits her, he experiences self-directed guilt. He says, "I'm sorry for hurting you." What he does not say is, "Because I might get caught." He then rationalizes his behavior by saying that his partner is having an affair with someone. He tells her "If you weren't such a worthless whore I wouldn't have to hit you." He then acts contrite, reassuring her that he will not hurt her again. He then fantasizes and reflects on past abuse and how he will hurt her again. He plans on telling her to go to the store to get some groceries. What he withholds from her is that she has a certain amount of time to do the shopping. When she is held up in traffic and is a few minutes late, he feels completely justified in assaulting her because "you're having an affair with the store clerk." He has just set her up.

Abusers use a variety of tatics to manipulate you and exert their power.

Abusers use a variety of tatics to manipulate you and exert their power.
1. Dominance: Abusive individuals need to feel in charge of the relationship.
2. Humiliation: An abuser will do everthing he can to make you feel bad about yourself.
3. Isolation: An abuser will cut you off from the outside world.
4. Threats: Use threats to keep you from leaving or not saying anything to authorities.
5. Intimidation: Tactics designed to scare you into submission.
6. Denial/Blame: Abusers are very good at making excuses for the inexcusable.

Domestic Violence is often overlooked, excused or denied.

It can happen to anyone.  Abuse is abuse no matter how great or small it may be.
Some examples of abuse are:
Physical: from pulling you around by your shirt to getting laid up in the hospital or even death
Emotional: Verbal, such as yelling, name calling, blaming and shaming.  Other emotional abuse can be isolation, intimidation and controlling behavior.  Those abusers often throw out threats of physical violence.  Emotional abuse can be just as damaging as physical abuse.
Sexual Abuse: According to The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, between 1/3 and 1/2 of all battered women are pared by their partners at least once.
Economic/Financial Abuse: An Abuser's goal is to control you.
*Rigidly controlling finances
*Withholding money/credit cards
*Making you account for every penny you spend
*Withholding basic necessities (food, clothes, medications, shelter)
*Restricking you from working
*Sabataging your job (making you miss work, calling constantly)
*Stealing from you/taking your money
Spiritual Abuse: Yell at you for not praying, reading the bible,  not going to church/not helping at church.  Telling you only one way to worship is right.

My Story - Part 1

The year was 2006 in the month of June.  I fell in love with a man.  He made me feel so happy and feel good about myself.  He was great with my three kids, and in return my kids liked him.  On our one month day together, he brought me a rose and a card.  He left quite quickly with an kiss and an I love you.  I tried calling him about an hour or so later and no answer.  So I tried again, still no answer.  I quickly jumped on and Yahoo IM.  There he was so I asked him why he wasn't answering his phone or his IM's.  STill no answer, Finally I get an aswer through yahoo IM , stating that he was informed that I was cheating on him (which was untrue).  He started IMing me on yahoo, calling me all dirty and nasty things.  He just assumed everything were true (no one really emailed him about me supposably cheating).  I couldn't explain myself or defend myself, he didn't want to hear it.  I thought I was going to loose it.  My heart felt like it was coming out of my throat; my stomach felt terribly empty.  I finally decided to try and get some sleep.

In the morning he finally answered his cell phone.I was crying so hard and was trying to do the best I could in defending myself and begging for him to take me back.  He finally apolgized after a long day on waiting to hear from him (he put me through agony all day).  By the day came to an end we were a couple again!  This was just the begining of his long drawn out abuse...

Craigslist scam victim getting even.

You hear about Coloradans becoming victims of on-line scams everyday. But you don't often hear about the victim getting even.

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At Home Reps

You must be bright, personable and can articulate well verbally and in written form. You would be conducting interviews with customers who have recently had a service experience. Previous customer service experience, computer knowledge and telephone skills are mandatory.

1. A personal home computer with latest Microsoft Window and browser updates
2. A Virus protection program and a Firewall
3. High speed internet connection
4. A separate dedicated voice phone line
5. An Approved Long Distance provider(Service 800 will reimburse you for your calls)

If, after the application process, you are a qualified individual you will be required to pass a reading comprehension evaluation and a scripting session with a facilitator. It may also be required that you pass a personal credit check to be eligible for special long distance rates.

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Fundraising Account Manager -- Telecommute

Calling All Moms

Refrigeratorsaver Inc. is looking for housewives & homemakers from all over the U.S to join our next exciting fundraising program. You work the hours you want, and from the comfort of your home. Maybe you have just had a child or you have recently reached retirement.

As you are probably aware GREEN has become the new black. Energy saving and the environment are on the lips of every politician and in every newspaper, radio station, and news channel on a daily basis. Energy-saving is the largest growth industry in the world. Raise While You Save has been put together to not only help schools raise money, but also to help parents save money in their homes during this economic crisis, which is having an effect on most homes.

The fundraising program, Raise While You Save is a program that schools and communities can join to help raise that much needed funding. Everything is done for them. It’s totally interactive, web-based, and doesn’t cost the schools or communities anything to join.

The aim is for parents to participate in purchasing energy saving products instead of cookie dough’s, magazine subscriptions, t-shirts, wrapping paper and actually allow them to purchase something which is of benefit and could save them hundreds of dollars each year while still being able, during these economic times, to raise money for the schools or community programs their children attend.

If you would like to be a part of this program, which I am sure has caught your interest if you have read up to this point, you could become one of our fundraising account managers from the comfort of your own home. If you are confident, have a good telephone manner, and basic skills on a computer (Word, Email, Internet) we will supply you will all the leads, information, and training.

Our in-house staff will be there to support you all the way to make your fundraising experience and working days enjoyable and fun with those schools that you are managing.

The compensation we will be offering will help you while you help others.

Feel free to check out our website: RefrigeratorSaver - Featuring the EndoTherm Thermometer for Food Safety

If interested, call (631) 780-7080 or email:

Faith is Spelled 'R-I-S-K'

"And all of these, though they won divine approval by [means of] their faith, did not receive the fulfillment of what was promised." 
- Hebrews 11:39 AMP

It always amazes me how many believers are hesitant to claim God's promises because they're afraid they'll be disappointed. Perhaps they feel that if they don't expect too much from God, they can avoid the pain of being let down. I've heard it said that real faith is spelled "R-I-S-K". I think there's a lot of truth to that. It takes a lot of courage to trust God to come through for us when our senses aren't giving us any support. But that's exactly what the Lord expects from us. If you look at the eleventh chapter of Hebrews, you see that God approves of those who put their faith in His promises, whether or not they come to pass. The verse above confirms this. And so does Hebrews 11:13 (NIV): "All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance."

The Scriptures reveal that God holds in high esteem those who live by faith and continue to hold on to God's promises, even through long periods of waiting. The fact is, if we really want to please God and reap the rewards He has in store for us, we're going to have to risk putting our faith and trust in Him, even when it looks like the odds are against us. Hebrews 11:6 (NIV) tells us that, "Without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists, and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him."

The first verse of Hebrews gives us a biblical definition of faith: "Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see." And the next verse reveals that it's this kind of faith that God esteems: "This is what the ancients were commended for." (Hebrews 11:1-2 NIV) The words "sure" and "certain" make it clear that faith is confidence in God and His Word, even when we don't see any tangible evidence to justify that faith. And the verse that follows reveals why our believing in what we don't see isn't just "pie in the sky": “By faith we understand that the entire universe was formed at God’s command, that what we now see did not come from anything that can be seen.” (Hebrews 11:3 NLT) The Creator of the universe isn't the least bit hindered when our circumstances look "impossible." Making something out of nothing is what our God does best.

Now you need to ask yourself how serious you are about pleasing God. If you're really serious, you aren't going to be able to avoid taking risks with your faith. Yes, you're going to experience some disappointments you might have escaped. But I guarantee you this--you're going to witness some miracles in your life that you would have otherwise missed. Hebrews 11:33 (NLT) tells us that "by faith" some of God's people "received what God had promised them." The bottom line is this--whether or not we receive all the promises we believe God for isn't the issue; the issue is whether or not we are living by faith, trusting God with all of our hearts in every circumstance every day of our lives. When we do, along with God's hearty approval, we'll have a peace and joy in our hearts that will enable us to live the abundant life that Jesus came to give us. Today, my heartfelt prayer for you is that you will dare to believe!

Prayer: Lord, forgive me for the times I've missed Your perfect will because I was fearful or timid. Give me a holy boldness that will dare to believe in Your promises, and to risk disappointment. Help me to keep my eyes on You and Your Word, instead of on my circumstances. Thank You that as I live by faith each day, I'll impact the lives of others with my peace and joy!
-- J. M. Farro

Web/email Hosting support

Looking for someone to provide telephone and web-based ticketing support to our web hosting customers during a web hosting migration project.

The candidate will work from home or other remote location. Hours will be 9AM - 5PM Mon - Fri. The following will be required:

1. A dedicated and quiet working environment
2. Dedicated phone line to be used during business hours
3. Broadband internet access


1. Configure the Outlook email client to send/receive email
2. FTP
3. Domain Registration / DNS

After the migration project is completed there will be an opportunity for ongoing remote contract work with a significant pay increase.

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Everybody Wears Socks

Progress South Elementary School is conducting our 2009 Fall Fundraising Program, titled "Everybody Wears Socks".

We are selling a wide selection of high quality socks for the entire family.  PLease help our school by making an on-line purchase and at the same time you can get an early start on your Holiday shopping.

With each pack of socks ordered our School earns $6.50 profit.

You can order directly from their website at

During checkout the website will ask you to select an organization to receive credit for your purchase.
Please select:
State: Missouri
Organization: Progress South Elementary

Thank You for helping us make this a successful and fun fundraiser!


$500 Walmart GC Giveaway!

A Happy Hippy Mommy is having ANOTHER $500.00 Walmart GC Giveaway!  How exciting, check it out!---------->HERE!  Only a 3 day contest! SO HURRY!


Spanish Bi-Lingual Virtual Assistants Needed!

We have a client who is looking for two basic real estate trained Spanish/bi-lingual virtual assistants. This position pays $20-$25 per hour depending on the VA’s experience level. Each position will start at approximately 10 hours per week and is expected to grow. Training will be provided. Job description is as follows:

 Manage all Incoming Calls—Sellers, Buyers, Realtors (Both VAs)
1. Fill-out proper Log and Property, Buyer or Investor Information Sheet
2. Follow-up with Buyers/Realtors within 48 hours and call all Buyers with new properties
3. Enter all data into Real Flow system
 Internet Research
1. Track/Call “For Sale by Owners” daily from the internet with Software—Craig’s List,, eBay, online classifieds, newspaper classifieds, etc.
2. Track REOs daily through foreclosure/auctions sites, online classifieds, newspaper classifieds, etc.
3. Forward leads and reports to Acquisitionist
4. Key Properties—pull tax information and comps (non-distressed and distressed) from Real Quest & Zima
5. Enter all data into Real Flow system
6. Track weekly progress and provide monthly report
 Internet Marketing
1. Manage all Print/Internet Ads, YouTube and Social Networking (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc.)
2. Manage the update of photos and information on our websites and if possible search engine submission
3. Voicemail and e-Mail Blasts
4. Provide daily/weekly Updates of MPS e-Mails—new technology, meetings, systems, etc.
5. Enter all data into Real Flow system
6. Track weekly progress and provide monthly report

Please contact me at for additional information

Work At Home Communicator

Renew and recruit NRA memberships over the phone.

A computer 17" monitor or monitor with a resolution of 1024x768, High Speed Internet access (must be cable or DSL only). Windows XP or Vista, antivirus and antispyware software, home phone line, valid email address.

Employers Comments:
Misdemeanor accepted on case by case basis.

Desired Skills/Duties:
Ability to read aloud clearly, basic typing skills required, ability to follow company's policies and procedures including good attendance and work ethic.

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Livework needs Internet Research/Data Entry contractors!

Livework is a service where clients post jobs that they need done. You, the independent contractor, apply for each job that you believe suits your abilities. The client then hires you and pays you for every task that you complete.

Livework has work available for:

Call center type work
Internet Research/Data Entry
Search relevance testing
User testing (testing out websites, and telling what you think of the website.)
Review Tagging
Website tagging

Some of the tasks pay per hour, and some pay per task completed. This is the perfect type of job for those looking at a second “egg” in their basket. The work is usually easy and fun, and you can do it between phone calls, during commercials, etc. And many of these jobs are non-phone work as well. The amount that you can earn is only limited by YOU.

Currently, Livework is seeking at least 3000 experts to work as independent contractors for internet research and data entry for two major clients. With these projects, you will be looking up the answers to queries, and typing out the answers in your own words. Answers must be factual, and must meet QA requirements for the given project.

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Experienced Telemarketers

JBS/Jellybean Services is looking for experienced telemarketers to work from the comfort of their own home. The current project we are hiring for is appointment setting. The pay is commission based by appointment sets. Each appointment set and confirmed is $15. If you have experience in telemarketing and/or appointment setting.  
We are also offering a Hire bonus, if you stay on with us for at least 30 days, work a min of 3 nights per week and have 3 appointments per week, you get a $100 bonus!
JBS is accredited with the BBB.
Email Kristin @


This fraudster bears no relation to any other company of a same or similar name and should not be confused. The following website graphics and the details are intended to identify this criminal alone.


Phone Operator - Must Have Nursing Background!

We are looking for phone operators with a nursing background to help answer our members questions and help them to get the care they need. We have positions available 24 hours a day in 8 hour shifts. You can work from home linking your computer to our network. Hourly between $12-15 per hour depending on experience and qualifications. Training provided. Please write us at 

ChaCha Ad Sales Consultant

ChaCha is hiring for an Ad Sales Consultant in Cincinnati, Salt Lake, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Phoenix.

You earn 20% commission on every sale.

Here's the link Become a Local Ad Sales Consultant | Work for ChaCha .

Find a Telecommuting Job in Less than an Hour a Day

By: Leslie Truex

Searching for a job is full-time work. If you are working full-time but still want to obtain a telecommuting job, finding the time to search and apply for work can be difficult. Making the time to do the work necessary is essential in achieving success and not very hard if you get organized and develop an effective system. Below you will find some tips that will help you make the most of your search in as little time as possible. The first section involves preparing for the search. That is followed by a daily regimen that you should be able to complete in 30 to 60 minute per day.
Preparing to Search for Work:
With these basic preparations you will be able to quickly apply to jobs you find. The preparation involves creating the materials you will need to apply to jobs as well as developing a system and organization.

WAH Job Leads Wed. Sept. 9, 2009

Data Entry
Sell Security Alarms From Home - Send resume
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Work-at-Home Call Center Agents $8/hr(Atlanta, Ga) - Call 770-438-3052
Online Tutoring Job 
Graphic Design (work out of your home) - Send Resume 
Appointment Setters Needed 
Scheduling Rep - part time (Atl - work at home) - email or call 770.447.5252
Part Time Sales 

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Appointment Setters/Telemarketing~WAH

JBS/Jellybean Services is looking for experienced telemarketers to work from the comfort of their own home. The current project we are hiring for is appointment setting. The pay is commission based by appointment sets. Each appointment set and confirmed is $15. If you have experience in telemarketing and/or appointment setting.
We are also offering a Hire bonus, if you stay on with us for at least 30 days, work a min of 3 nights per week and have 3 appointments per week, you get a $100 bonus!  Please email your resume here.

JBS is accredited with the BBB.

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Five Telecommuting Myths...

By Leslie Truex

Work at home in your pajamas!
Set your hours!
Keep your children with you!
Avoid hassles of hectic mornings and commutes!
Doesn't that sound great? Is one of the above reasons why you want to work at home? There is no doubt that working at home offers some great advantages. For many people telecommuting allows them to have the flexibility to set their own hours, avoid commuting, and be available to their children. But these are not givens. Telecommuting is not without its problems and not all telecommuting programs allow the perks mentioned in the list above. Below are some common misconceptions about telecommuting.

Sun. Sept. 6, 2009

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Dealing with scams

If you've been a work at home scam victim or have come close to falling for one, don't get mad, get even!

Okay, so maybe you canceled your credit card and you will no longer be a victim of a specific work at home scam, but it can happen again and happen to your friends, neighbors and others who fall for the same phony lines with phony testimonials.

You can report work at home scams to one or more of several sources, including the US Postal Service (for scams received in the mail), your state Attorney General's office, or the agencies listed in detail here, all of which accept online complaint filing.

Internet Crime Complaints
If you've been the victim of a work at home scam on the Internet, whether through an email, a pop-up ad or a landing page you ended up on after clicking an ad, you can report that scam to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).

You don't actually have to have been a victim - but if you are, be sure to save any evidence you might have - electronic or otherwise - such as credit card receipts, etc. because the IC3 will ask for those materials.

The FBI is a part of the IC3 and it has an international reach against crime. You do not have to be a US citizen to report a work at home scam or other Internet crime to them. Find out what's involved, what to expect and how to file a complaint with the IC3.

Reporting Work at Home Scams to the FTC
The FTC - Federal Trade Commission - is a U.S. government agency that collects complaints about companies, business practices, identity theft, and episodes of violence in the media, including information on work at home scams, many of which involve false or deceptive advertising. When the FTC receives a complaint, it files information about that complaint, such as an Internet scam, into a secure online database that is used by thousands of civil and criminal law enforcement authorities worldwide.

Find out what's involved with filing a complaint with the FTC, what to expect and where and how to file.

Better Business Bureau - BBB
The BBB, or Better Business Bureau, is another avenue for filing complaints for work at home scams. The BBB accepts complaints even if the company doesn't belong to the Better Business Bureau.

The Better Business Bureau has office throughout the U.S. and Canada, and representatives work with you during the complaint process. By filing information on work at home scams with the BBB, you are creating a complaint record that others can see if they believe a work at home opportunity might be a scam.

Find out what types of complaints you can file, where to file and what to expect once you do file our complaint.

Have you been a victim of a work at home scam? Tell us your story!
Readers share their work at home and other Internet scam experiences, including what scam they fell for, what happened, and what they did about it.

-By Randy Duermyer,

Friday 9/4 Devotional

"The joy of the Lord is your strength."
- Nehemiah 8:10 NIV

In the Bible, the concept of joy is serious business. It's not a superficial warm and fuzzy kind of feeling. It's a fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22) and it can help the believer overcome all kinds of adversity. The verse above reveals that we gain strength from the joy that God gives us. And the Scriptures indicate that when we lose our joy, we can become victims of despair and even sickness. Proverbs 17:22 (TLB) says, "A cheerful heart does good like a medicine, but a broken spirit makes one sick." Have you ever gotten sick after something happened to disappoint or depress you? I have. Next time you're ill, ask yourself if you've been struggling with negative emotions.
Proverbs 15:15 (TLB) says, "When a man is gloomy, everything seems to go wrong; when he is cheerful, everything seems right!" Ever notice how your moods can affect your whole outlook on life? When you're feeling down, it can seem like nothing's going right, and everyone around you irritates you. But if you're feeling particularly cheerful one day, almost nothing bothers you. When you're filled with the joy of the Lord, you feel strong, capable, and ready for anything. That's why a joy-filled believer is hard for the devil to handle. If the enemy can steal your joy, he can rob you of almost anything, including your health.
Romans 14:17 (NIV) says that the kingdom of God is "righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit." That should tell us just how valuable joy is to the believer. Jesus spoke about joy a lot. It was the Savior's desire that His disciples would be filled with joy. (John 16:22, 17:13) In John 16:24 (NLT), Jesus says, "Ask, using My name, and you will receive, and you will have abundant joy." And in First Thessalonians 5:16 (NIV), Paul writes, "Be joyful always."
The Bible tells us that God wants us to serve Him with joy. Psalm 100:2 (NASB) says, "Serve the Lord with gladness." And Deuteronomy 28:47-48 (NIV) says that because God's people refused to serve Him “joyfully and gladly,” He would cause them to serve their enemies instead. The Lord deserves to have us serve Him with joy, and He's given us His Holy Spirit as our source of joy.
Let me encourage you to memorize Psalm 86:4 (NIV), so that the next time you need a fresh dose of joy, you can pray like David did: "Bring joy to Your servant, for to You, O Lord, I lift up my soul." Before you know it, you'll be filled with the joy of the Lord, and nothing will be able to keep you down!
Prayer: Lord, I ask that by Your Spirit, You would fill me with everlasting joy. Give me a happy heart and a cheerful mind so that I may walk in wholeness. (Proverbs 17:22 AMP) Whenever I'm tempted to despair, remind me of the importance of joy, and how You deserve a cheerful servant. Thank You that Your joy makes me strong!
- J. M. Farro


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Tues. Sept. 1, 2009

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Customer Service Reps Work At Home 
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