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Giving Thanks for America's Givers

Esther28 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 2:12 PM
Have you ever considered just for one day trying to understand how a conservative lives, thinks, gives, loves (agapae love)? You posts seem to be searching and searching for need of attention and response. Man is not perfect, therefore, perfectness in response for every situation to meet every person's thought for every person's need will never be met. We try to come close to the best we can be and do, and walk in forgiveness for that which we have missed. You are not cool, and calm, otherwise you would give other people's thoughts and needs strong consideration. I feel badly that you have had to face horrors such as abortion, abuse, and addiction influences. There is a way out of the whirlpool of sin and He is standing right in
Esther28 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 2:13 PM
Con't--front of you waiting for you to come to Him and receive forgiveness. Accept it freely for it is freely given to you. May the burdens of your past be gone and this year you can freely enjoy the best Thanksgiving celebration of your life.

Chandler Osborn, 14, watched Fox News coverage of Hurricane Sandy last week and decided to take action.

"Last weekend, me and my younger brother, Cooper, 7, did a fundraiser in Colorado Springs to help the people" affected by the storm, he told me. The siblings set up a table at the Colorado Springs Sugar Plum Festival, gave away patriotic car magnets and pins for any donations, and collected signatures on a giant banner of support for the victims. "We raised $612 in one weekend."

The Osborns joined countless Americans across the country who stepped up, in small and large ways, to...