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Parents: you need to keep up to speed with the texting shorthand your children are using. Stay informed and stay involved! Here is a very helpful article on texting acronyms.

“We do not grow in grace and the knowledge of Christ by leaps and bounds but some try. They bounce from one mountain peak of Christian experience to another. Every year or so they make a new start, turn a new leaf, have a new thrill. Children do not grow by suddenly gaining a few inches or adding a few pounds now and then. They grow gradually, daily, by food, rest, and exercise. Christian growth comes the same way by feeding on the Word, resting in the Lord, and exercising unto godliness. It has been said that nothing is more detrimental to Christian experience than too many Christian ‘experiences.’” —Vance Havner

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Poetry Saturday—Failure Doesn’t Mean

Pray = LiveLord, are You trying to tell me something? For…
Failure does not mean I’m a failure;
     It does mean I have not yet succeeded.
Failure does not mean I have accomplished nothing;
     It does mean I have learned something.
Failure does not mean I have been a fool;
     It does mean I had enough faith to experiment.
Failure does not mean I’ve been disgraced;
     It does mean I dared to try.
Failure does not mean I don’t have it;
     It does mean I have to do something in a different way.
Failure does not mean I am inferior;
     It does mean I am not perfect.
Failure does not mean I’ve wasted my time;
     It does mean I have an excuse to start over.
Failure does not mean I should give up;
     It does mean I must try harder.
Failure does not mean I’ll never make it;
     It does mean I need more patience.
Failure does not mean You have abandoned me;
     It does mean You must have a better idea. Amen. —Anonymous

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