Remember!

Remember the men and women who have given their lives, so that we can live in freedom.

Remember Jesus Christ who gave His live, so that we could experience His comfort in times of trouble, and be assured of eternal peace.

Philippians 2:29-30 Hold such men in esteem; because for the work of Christ he came close to death.

We are not all blessed with the bravery of Epaphroditus or of our military men and women – but let us never take for granted the freedom and peace we enjoy, because of their sacrifices.

GOD BLESS EACH OF THEM AND GRANT COMFORT TO THEIR FAMILIES today and always.

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Patricia Day

Retired from corporate and social service worlds, I enjoy writing devotionals. I recently, completed a novel, which I is going through the process of editing ready for publication. I love spending time with family, friends, gardening, reading, walking and listening to good music as well as attending live theatre. I am married. Mother to two sons and step-mom to a son & daughter. Proudly a Nana to ten princes and princesses. My devotionals and ramblings can be seen at: http://pepeprays.wordpress.com and http://pattersmatters.wordpress.com. www.devotionalchristian.com www.presbycan.org - Daily Devotionals as well as http://underthecoverofprayer.com. i guest blog for www.FEBC.org which is a Christian radio station I write book reviews for www.bookcrash.com www.readersfavorites.com. Pre-publication readings for John 3:16 Marketing Network. I have written reviews for booksneeze for the past two years Hope you enjoy my blogs. I always appreciate your comments. It is by reading these I know if what I am writing makes sense to anyone else. So feel free to give me your opinions or any prayer requests.

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