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Free will choice and a Godly life is something we face every day we live in our earthly existence. Every day we see good and evil things going on in the world around us, and we have the God-given free will choice to decide whether we are going to follow the evil ways of the devil or choose a Godly life for ourselves. Obviously, God wants us to apply our free will choice in selecting to live a Godly life in the heavenly will of God. Psalm 51:1-17 is a psalm of repentance that David wrote after the prophet Nathan confronted him about his affair with Bathsheba.
This is what we should all want when we repent of our free will choice to follow the ways of the devil instead of deciding to live a Godly life. So in his heart-felt conviction and repentance, David seeks to be forgiven, just as we all should desire.
We hope and pray that this is the way that we all feel, and that we would not have an animal sacrificed for our human gluttony at any holiday meal or, for that matter, any meal. In Hebrews 5:1-14, we see Jesus Christ presented as an example of using our free will choice to have a Godly life.
We know that there are some clergy who are like this, but as we look around the world we see that most of them have made the free will choice to follow the corrupt ways of this world, which turns their congregations away from living in the heavenly will of God where there is no pain or mourning or death.
Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities, or TIPS, are a type of bond issued by the federal government to provide protection against inflation. The principal of a TIPS increases with inflation and decreases with deflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index. When a TIPS matures, you receive the adjusted principal or original principal, whichever is greater. TIPS pay interest twice a year, and the rate, which is fixed, is applied to the adjusted principal. Interest payments as well as the growth in principal are taxable for federal income tax purposes, even though no interest and/or principal is paid until the TIPS mature.
The cold nights of November can freeze water in mud holes as well as bird baths, but a hard ground freeze may still be more than a month away. Frozen water in mud holes and bird baths make it hard for birds to find water. After the temperatures rise above freezing, empty the ice from the bird bath and replace with clean, fresh water. This will make life a bit easier for birds in the cold days leading into winter.
Thanksgiving is only two weeks away and this kicks off a season of six weeks of generating a lot of trash that could be placed in the recycling carts. You can recycle all bottles, cans, plastic, milk, cartons, soft drink bottles, metal cans, card board boxes and containers, toilet tissue tubes and paper towel tubes, newspapers (bundled), and aluminum soft drink cans. Every item you recycle will prevent filling up landfills and will promote a healthier environment for our children and grandchildren.
Robins seem to have adapted to southern winters because we continually see them in all the months of the year. The ground does not freeze that often and robins can find a steady diet of food. They have plenty of places to winter over in and under barns and out buildings and in hollow trees, logs, and under the eaves of houses. They can also shelter themselves in piles of leaves and hay. The temperatures are not that freezing during the whole winter. They are around all winter and are not shivering, in fact their color is good and they seem to be well-fed active and healthy.
The American bee balm plant is greening up after a winter on the back of the porch covered and protected by several sheets of cardboard and six plastic bags that shield it from the extremes of winter. On sunny days when temperatures are above freezing, the protective covering is removed to allow warmth of the sun to heat the balm up. It is now showing signs of renewed life on sunny March days.
Apples are great cake ingredients in every season of the year and especially in winter. The fresh grated apples in this cake makes it moist and flavorful. For this recipe, you will need two sticks of light margarine, one and a half cups of brown sugar, half cup white sugar, two large beaten eggs, two cups grated raw tart apples (such as McIntosh, Granny Smith or Winesap), pecans, one cup chopped golden raisins, one teaspoon of vanilla, and two teaspoons of lemon juice. Cream the light margarine, brown sugar, and the white sugar. Add the beaten eggs. Peel and core the apples. Slice them and run them through the blender in grate mode. Add two teaspoons of lemon juice to the grated apples. Add to the cake mixture. Mix plain flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, apple pie spices, and vanilla, and mix well. Add to the cake mixture. Mix in the chopped pecans which have been dusted with flour. Grease and flour a tube pan and cut a sheet of waxed paper to fit the bottom of the tube pan. Grease and flour the waxed paper. Make sure the sides and tube of pan are well greased and floured. Pour cake mixture into pan and bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes or until cake pulls away from sides and springs back up when touched. Cool for half hour before removing from pan. This cake is good fresh and even better as it ages a day or two. Keep the cake in a cake cover.
The birds of winter are still looking for fresh drinks of water especially when there are no mud holes or rain for several days. We can be their water supply by emptying ice from the bird baths and refilling the bath with fresh water when the temperature rises above freezing. Add food to the feeders each day and help make their search for food easier for them.
Most hardwares now have spring onion sets on their shelves. They can now be planted in the cold soil of the late February and early March garden. The ground of winter does not freeze that often and the onion sets will thrive in late winter soil. You can choose from red, yellow or white onion sets. One special organic ingredient that will give onion sets a large boost is to apply a layer of peat moss in the bottom of the furrow before setting out the onion sets. After applying the peat moss, set the onions rootside down about three or four inches apart and cover sets with another layer of peat moss and then an application of Garden-Tone organic vegetable food. Hill up soil on each side of the furrow and tamp down with the hoe blade for solid oil contact. The peat moss will retain moisture and improve texture of soil for root crop growth.
February still has 19 days remaining and most of them will be cold. Not many vegetables can be planted during February except the winter hardy radish which will survive in cold temperatures and produce a harvest in about 50 days. Even in winter, radish seed have a germination rate of almost 100%. Choose from many varieties of radish seed packets that cost less than $2 per packet. You can choose from Cherry Belle, Cherriette, Cherry Bomb, Easter, Egg, Early Scarlet Globe, Crimson Giant, and Champion. Two seed packets will produce more than enough seed for a harvest. Even in cold temperatures, radish will germinate in about 14 days. You can sow them in a row or bed. Sow seed in a furrow about three inches deep. Place a layer of peat moss in the bottom of the furrow. Thinly sow radish seed on top of the peat moss and cover seed with a layer of peat moss. Apply Plant-Tone organic vegetable food on top of the peat moss and hill up soil on both sides of the furrow and tamp down soil with the hoe blade for good so contact with the soil. The layers of peat moss will provide great protection from ground freezes by absorbing moisture and promoting growth. Allow 50 days for a harvest even though the packet may state 40 days. We allow ten days for the seed to germinate, and then add 50 days for a harvest. 041b061a72