March 8th -- Personalities Redux

"Be kindly affectionate one to another with brotherly love; in honor preferring one another." "Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for railing: but contrariwise blessing; knowing that ye are thereunto called, that ye should inherit a blessing." Romans 12:10; 1 Peter 3:9

Good morning!

Tonight's FNF promises to be a great one!

We'll have a feast at 6:30pm at Geneva's place-- 

After our meal, we'll have a special speaker -- Justin Montero, PnD
He's a friend of Zeke's and I'm looking forward to hearing a word in season from him and seeing all of you!
We'll start our study at 7:30pm.

God Bless!


Every association of life calls for the exercise of self-control, forbearance and sympathy. We differ so widely in disposition, habits, education, that our ways of looking at things vary. We judge differently. Our understanding of truth, our ideas in regard to the conduct of life, are not in all respects the same. 
There are no two whose experience is alike in every particular. 
The trials of one are not the trials of another. The duties that one finds light are to another most difficult and perplexing.
So frail, so ignorant, so liable to misconception is human nature, that each should be careful in the estimate he places upon another. 
We little know the bearing of our acts upon the experience of others. What we do or say may seem to us of little moment, when, could our eyes be opened, we should see that upon it depended the most important results for good or for evil. Help in Daily Living, Chapter 2, EGW