According to Reuter’s:
U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, who is battling brain cancer, was recovering at a Washington hospital on Tuesday after suffering a seizure at an inaugural lunch for President Barack Obama.
According to witnesses, Kennedy collapsed during the meal but recovered enough to smile and talk with his fellow lawmakers as his stretcher was wheeled to an ambulance and he was taken to Washington Hospital Center.
Testing suggested the seizure was “brought on by simple fatigue,” said Dr. Edward Aulisi, the hospital’s chairman of neurosurgery.
But I say to you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you.
When people slam a door in your face/or walk over you like your a carpet under their feet (be it your family or friends), Jesus says despite the way you have been treated, love and pray for them anyways.
So lets pray for those that have persecuted us, in Jesus name. Amen.
Prayer for Bush, Obama & Vice Presidential families during their transition period.
You need to seek the kingdom of God like never before! When you look at the world today there is so much evil going on (murders, robberies, sexual violations, kidnappings, drugs, alcoholism etc…) and the LORD our God is the only one who can save you from all of this destruction.
As your shepherd, the LORD will guide you through life and keep you on the path of His righteousness and in His holiness by His grace and mercy.
Read this scripture, pray in it, and may you dwell in the house of the LORD for ever. Amen.
HAVE A BLESSED DAY!
You can look forward to “TOPICS OF INTEREST” coming soon. On this blog you all can make comments on the things going on in this world today. I’m hoping to get some suggestions from each of you on adding new topics to our list. Please email me with your thoughts.
Thank you so much!
in the name of the LORD
On Jan. 14, 2009, the 88-year-old actor passed away at his home in Los Angeles, with his daughter at his side.
Despite being one of the first heavily employed and high profile Hispanic actors working in post-war Hollywood of the 1950s and ‘60s, Ricardo Montalbán became strangely more famous later in his career – first, as the mysterious host Mr. Roarke on the TV hit drama, “Fantasy Island” (ABC, 1978-1984), followed not long after by his classic turn as Captain Kirk’s arch nemesis, Khan Noonien Singh in “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” (1982).
Montalbán was born on Nov. 20, 1920 in Mexico City, Mexico. As a teenager he moved to the United States at the behest of his elder brother Carlos Montalban, where his poor English skills threatened to keep him out of Los Angeles high schools. Studying English for hours each day at downtown L.A.’s Belmont High School, he had improved enough to be accepted to the more esteemed Fairfax High School, where he started trying out for and winning parts in plays. It was at Fairfax where a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer executive first caught him on stage during a performance of “Tovarich.” The exec was impressed enough to signing Montalban to a contract with the then largest and most prestigious studio in town.