I'm probably gonna miss the "next big announcement". The first two nearly gave me a heart attack & I'm not even on your camp... had me not seeing the whole pic and generally I am very slow to speak, after second time or two I got it... but anyways sure it'll be wonderful in the end as you know what you're doing. I'm sure it's big and it'll be good and everything. I'll hear it through the grape vine later anyways I'm sure.
Kathylee - ohmygosh, when I use to help out at this little bus of a friends in Fl., I use to stand in for them b/c I could still watch Regis and KATHYLEE!!! I know, goofy, that's me. Even bought her book, she is an amazing lady. Give her the biggest hug and tell her from your fans that love her!
Lastly, but not at all least. I have a cousin Ricky Sparks who is going to your show as a gift from his daughter in her twenties I am guessing in Columbus, Ohio. If you just happen to want to say a shout out like "Ricky - Bobbie said to say Hi and enjoy the ride! (or show)" That would be appreciated. I don't think I ever asked you for anything other than a prayer. How about I get seven wishes, this is the first. hmmm, what's that no problem you say! WELL, THANK YOU SIR, I knew you wouldn't mind.
ps - if you just say Bobby, nobody will know its a favor for me b/c ur name is Bobby too.
ps 2 - I have only been telling my Family for years that you are the greatest entertainer with the biggest heart (when ur not mad ;0 ), in whole, incredible, wide world. AND that you are not just a performer but an artist an entertainer AND... that you are the most talented in the world. You not only play each and everything BUT MASTERED IT ALL!!! And.... well, that's it. OH AND THIS IS HIS VERY FIRST SHOW, MY FAMILIES VERY FIRST SHOW OF YOUR EVER, except Joshua.. AND RICKY LEE SPARKS, WELL HE'S IN HIS FORTIES. ok, that's all.
Take care and God Bless!
Hey Hey Hey Darlin' hope that your weeks going good...
And Fathers Day was a grand one.....
Hope you got to spend some time with your dad son and family...
You do so much for so many ppl dont forget to take some time for yourself......Sending you much love from the Lonestar State....
Ready To Rock.
Happy Day! :)
Happy Father's Day Bobby! Hope you and Jr have a great day!
Happy Father's Day!!! I'm going to try and make sure my Dad knows that he is loved and appreciated. The thing is, even if one is in good health, when folks hit their 70's you never know if there is gonna be another year, ya know.
quack..quack ;) just floating by...lol
*gooses Ms. Stroll*
Bobby Shazaam - bama - lama - not in front of the babarama
Wassup my favorite music man and band??? Three weeks and counting and it cannot come soon enough.. well maybe for yall to have to see our drunken ugly arses with the goofy smiles in the crowd once again.. but darn it!.. we're on fire like cayenne ;) And we skippin and hopping and skipidy doo dah'n knowing its just right around the corner. Gonna go get sum sum!! Hope you and the band are doing well and look forward to the shows.
Hello Darlin' Just wanted to send you some love from the
LONE STAR STATE
Thanks for everything you do.....
I wanted to go to the July 19, 2013 "Best Ever Concert:". I was told there was no more accessible seating for me. I was hoping for great seats like the ones I had in Bossier City, LA. My niece was going to bring me this time. I have told her so much about your music. If tickets do become available, please let me know if you can. Thanks so much for all that you do for your fans & the troops!!
That was nice what you did for the hydroplane free race day.
I agree :) Thank you, Mr. Ritchie :)
Ol'Dirty Bastard? lol.. okay probably not what it is..lol
Thanks for the link, SherZ :) I was wondering where you got this great stuff :)
Hello, I just wanted to thank you for "The Best Night Ever" concerts this summer! I can't wait to see you in Denver Colorado this summer! Rock On!
At a Christian men’s conference, I talked with a longtime friend who has encouraged and mentored me for many years. With him were two young men from China, new in their faith and deeply grateful for this man’s faithful friendship and spiritual help. My friend Clyde, nearing 80 years of age, glowed with enthusiasm as he said, “I’ve never been more excited about knowing and loving Christ than I am today.”
Paul’s letter to the Philippians reveals a heart and purpose that never diminished with time: “That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being conformed to His death” (Phil. 3:10). From the root of Paul’s relationship with Jesus came the fruit of his undiminished fervor that others be guided to faith in Him. He rejoiced to share the gospel and was encouraged that others became bolder because of him (1:12-14).
If our goal is merely service for the Lord, we may burn out somewhere along the line. But if our purpose, like Paul’s and Clyde’s and many others, is to know Christ and love Him, we’ll find that He will give us the strength to make Him known to others. Let us joyfully press on in the strength God gives!
Father God, I want to know You in all Your fullness and
to love You completely. I believe that relationship
with You is the basis for my service for You.
Help me not to serve out of my own strength.
Learn from Christ then make Him known.
Read: Philippians 1:12-18; 3:8-11
That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings. -Philippians 3:10
"I think very deeply"
Now in my sixties, I reflect back on wise spiritual leaders who had a positive impact on my life. In Bible school, God used my Old Testament professor to make the Word come alive. My Greek teacher relentlessly employed high standards to goad my study of the New Testament. And the senior pastor in my first pastoral ministry shepherded me in building vital ministries to help others grow spiritually. Each of these teachers encouraged me in different ways.
King Solomon wisely observed some ways that spiritual leaders can help us grow: “The words of the wise are like goads, and the words of scholars are like well-driven nails, given by one Shepherd” (Eccl. 12:11). Some teachers prod us; others build solid spiritual structures into our lives. Still others, as caring shepherds, are there with a listening ear when we hurt.
The Good Shepherd has given leaders a variety of gifts: exhorting, developing, and shepherding. Whether we’re a leader or a learner, though, He desires that we maintain humble hearts and a love for others. What a privilege to be led and used by our Shepherd to encourage others in their walk with Him.
Give us the wisdom we need, Lord, to encourage
others in their spiritual walk. We know we need Your
Spirit’s power to do that. Use the gifts You have
given us to help others along on their journey.
~May our words reflect the heart of God and His wisdom.~
Read: Ecclesiastes 12:6-14
The words of the wise are like goads, and the words of scholars are like well-driven nails, given by one Shepherd. —Ecclesiastes 12:11
The only place you find success before work is in the dictionary.
Show And Tell
If you take a course on writing or attend a writer’s conference, you’ll likely hear the phrase, “Show, don’t tell.” In other words, “show” your readers what is happening, don’t just tell them. Don’t tell readers what you did; describe doing it.
One of the reasons we tend to tell rather than show is that it’s easier and faster. Showing how to do something requires time and effort. In teaching, it’s easier to tell students what’s wrong with what they did than to show them how to do it right. The latter, however, is more effective.
For thousands of years, the Jewish people had only the law telling them what to do and what not to do. But then came Jesus Christ, who showed them how to live the life God had been telling them about all along. Jesus didn’t just say, “Be humble”; He “humbled Himself” (Phil. 2:8). He didn’t just say, “Forgive others”; He forgave us (Col. 3:13). He didn’t just say, “Love God and your neighbors”; He demonstrated love by His actions (John 15:12).
Christ’s perfect example of love shows how great God’s love is for us and how we are to show His love to others.
Bless the Lord for love victorious,
Love that conquered on the tree;
For His grace so great and glorious
Flowing out from Calvary.
~~~Love is God’s will in action.~~~LOVE. We All Need Love, don't you agree...
Read: John 13:5-17
I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. —John 13:15
Happy Day! :)
When our kids were teens, we repeatedly had the following discussion after their church youth group meeting: I asked, “How was youth group tonight?” And they responded, “It was boring.” After several weeks of this, I decided to find out for myself. I slipped into the gym where their meeting was held, and I watched. I saw them participating, laughing, listening—having a great time. That night on the way home I asked about their evening and, once again, they said, “It was boring.” I responded, “I was there. I watched. You had a great time!” They responded, “Maybe it wasn’t as bad as usual.”
I recognized that behind their reluctance to admit they were enjoying youth group were things such as peer pressure and a fear of not appearing “cool.” But then I wondered, Am I similarly afraid to get too excited about spiritual things?
Indeed, there is nothing in this universe more worthy of our enthusiasm than who Christ is and what He did for us. Jesus said, “I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” (John 10:10). That’s the opposite of boring! At any age, we have a gift from the Savior that is worth celebrating. Our salvation is something to get excited about!
Father, please fill my heart with the joy of Christ.
I desire that the abundant life I have found
in Him might contagiously reach
out to others around me.
~~~If you know Christ, you always have a reason to celebrate.~~~
Read: John 10:7-14
I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. —John 10:10
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How quickly public opinion can change! When Jesus entered Jerusalem for the Passover feast, He was welcomed by crowds cheering to have Him made king (John 12:13). But by the end of the week, the crowds were demanding that He be crucified (19:15).
I recognize myself in those fickle crowds. I love cheering for a team that’s winning, but my interest wanes when they start losing. I love being part of a movement that is new and exciting, but when the energy moves to a new part of town, I’m ready to move on. I love following Jesus when He is doing the impossible, but I slink away when He expects me to do something difficult. It’s exciting to follow Jesus when I can do it as part of the “in” crowd. It’s easy to trust Him when He outsmarts the smart people and outmaneuvers the people in power (see Matt. 12:10; 22:15-46). But when He begins to talk about suffering and sacrifice and death, I hesitate.
I like to think that I would have followed Jesus all the way to the cross—but I have my doubts. After all, if I don’t speak up for Him in places where it’s safe, what makes me think I would do so in a crowd of His opponents?
~~~How thankful I am that Jesus died for fickle followers so that we can become devoted followers.~~~ GLORY! :)
Read: John 12:12-19; 19:14-16
Behold, your King is coming, sitting on a donkey’s colt. —John 12:15
For Further Thought
Read these Bible verses and ponder Jesus’ love for you
(Rom. 5:8; Rom. 8:37-39; Heb. 13:5-6,8; 1 John 3:1).
Allow your devotion to Him to grow.
Christ deserves full-time followers.
The Tragic Flaw
In literature, a tragic flaw is a character trait that causes the downfall of a story’s hero. That was true of Uzziah, who was crowned king of Judah at age 16. For many years, he sought the Lord; and while he did, God gave him great success (2 Chron. 26:4-5). But things changed when “his fame spread far and wide, for he was marvelously helped till he became strong. But when he was strong his heart was lifted up, to his destruction” (vv.15-16).
Uzziah entered the temple of the Lord to burn incense on the altar (v.16), openly defying God’s decree. Perhaps pride convinced him that God’s rules applied to everyone except him. When Uzziah raged against the priests who told him this was not right, the Lord struck him with leprosy (vv.18-20).
In literature and in life, how often we see a person of good reputation fall from honor into disgrace and suffering. “King Uzziah was a leper until the day of his death. He dwelt in an isolated house, . . . cut off from the house of the Lord” (v.21).
The only way we can prevent the nectar of praise from becoming the poison of pride is by following the Lord with a humble heart.
Humility’s a slippery prize
That seldom can be won;
We’re only humble in God’s eyes
When serving like His Son.
The crucible for silver and the furnace for gold, but man is tested by the praise he receives. —Proverbs 27:21 NIV
Read: 2 Chronicles 26:3-15
His fame spread far and wide, for he was marvelously helped till he became strong. —2 Chronicles 26:15
Peace, Be Still
My friend Elouise has a wonderful way of putting life into clever perspectives. Once when I asked her, “How are you today?” I expected the usual “fine” response. Instead, she said, “I’ve got to wake Him up!” When I asked what she meant, she kiddingly exclaimed, “Don’t you know your Bible?!” Then she explained: “When the disciples faced trouble, they ran to wake up Jesus. I’m going to run to Him too!”
What do we do when we are stuck in a troubling situation with nowhere to run? Maybe, like the disciples who were stuck in a life-threatening storm, we run to Jesus (Mark 4:35-41). Sometimes, however, we may try to bail ourselves out of trouble by seeking revenge, slandering the one who has caused our problem, or just cowering fearfully in the corner as we sink into despair.
We need to learn from the disciples who fled to Jesus as their only hope. He may not bail us out immediately, but remembering that He is in our boat makes a difference! Thankfully, He is always with us in the storms of life, saying things like “Peace, be still!” (v.39). So, look for Him in your storm and let Him fill you with the peace that comes from knowing He is near.
Lord, teach us to run to You in the midst of trouble.
Forgive us for trying to bail ourselves out, and lead
us to the peace of trusting Your wisdom and ultimate
deliverance. Thank You that You will help us!
~Make Jesus your first option when the storms of life threaten you.~
Read: Mark 4:35-41
He arose and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, “Peace, be still!” —Mark 4:39
In the middle of a forest, there was a hunter who was suddenly confronted by a huge, mean bear.
In his fear, all attempts to shoot the bear were unsuccessful. Finally, he turned and ran as fast as he could. The hunter ran and ran and ran, until he ended up at the edge of a very steep cliff. His hopes were dim.
Seeing no way out of his predicament, and with the bear closing in rather quickly, the hunter got down on his knees, opened his arms, and exclaimed, "Dear God! Please give this bear some religion!"
The skies darkened and there was lightning in the air. Just a few feet short of the hunter, the bear came to abrupt stop, and glanced around, somewhat confused.
Suddenly, the bear looked up into the sky and said, "Thank you God, for the food I'm about to receive..."
Displaying God’s Glory
I love baseball and have been a fan of the sport since I was a little kid. I especially enjoy following the Detroit Tigers. But during a recent season, the Tigers’ poor play and losing record early in the season frustrated me greatly. So for my own personal well-being, I took a break. I spent 4 days avoiding anything to do with my favorite team.
During those 4 Tiger-less days, I began to contemplate how difficult it is to give up things we’ve grown accustomed to. Yet there are times when God may want us to.
For instance, we may be involved in an activity that has become all-encompassing—and we know it would be best to limit it (see 1 Cor. 6:12). Or we may have a habit or practice that we know misses the mark of pleasing God, and we realize that we need to let it go because we love Him and want Him to be glorified through us (15:34).
When we do find things that interfere with our relationship with the Lord, with His help we can stop. God has given us the provision (1 Cor. 10:13), and the Spirit provides the power (Rom. 8:5).
Let’s ask Him to help us not let anything block His glory from shining through.
You are perfect, Lord, and we are so far from
perfect. Please chip away at our imperfections
through the work of Your Holy Spirit. Help us
each day to grow more and more like You.
~Drawing close to Christ produces a growing Christlikeness.~
Read: Romans 8:1-10
Those who live according to the Spirit, [live according to] the things of the Spirit. —Romans 8:5
Eric was one of the good guys. As a police officer, he saw his work as service to his community and was fully committed to serving at all costs. Evidence of this desire was seen on the door of Eric’s locker at the police station, where he posted John 15:13.
In that verse, our Lord said, “Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends.” Those words, however, were not merely noble ideals. They expressed Eric’s commitment to his duty as a police officer—a commitment that demanded the ultimate price when he was killed in the line of duty. It was a real-life display of the heart of true sacrifice.
Jesus Christ lived out the powerful words of John 15:13 within hours of stating them. The upper room event where Jesus spoke of such sacrifice was followed by communion with the Father at Gethsemane, a series of illegal trials, and then crucifixion before a mocking crowd.
As the Son of God, Jesus could have avoided the suffering, torture, and cruelty. He was utterly without sin and did not deserve to die. But love, the fuel that drives true sacrifice, drove Him to the cross. As a result, we can be forgiven if we will accept His sacrifice and resurrection by faith. Have you trusted the One who laid down His life for you?
’Twas not a martyr’s death He died,
The Christ of Calvary;
It was a willing sacrifice
He made for you—for me.
~Only Jesus, the perfect sacrifice, can declare guilty people perfect.~
Read: Romans 5:1-11
Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends. —John 15:13
As a young man, Robert Robinson (1735–1790) enjoyed getting into trouble with his friends, so the stories go. At age 17, though, he heard a sermon by George Whitefield from Matthew 3:7, and realized his need for salvation in Christ. The Lord changed Robinson’s life, and he became a preacher. He also wrote several hymns, including his best-known “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing.”
Lately I’ve been pondering God’s amazing grace toward us and the last stanza of that hymn: “O to grace how great a debtor daily I’m constrained to be!” The hymn brings to mind the apostle Paul’s words: “The love of Christ compels [or constrains] us . . . that those who live should live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again” (2 Cor. 5:14-15).
We can’t earn God’s love and grace. But because He has lavished it on us, how can we help but love Him in return by living for Him! I’m not exactly sure what that looks like, but it must include drawing near to Him, listening to His Word, serving Him, and obeying Him out of gratitude and love.
As debtors, we are called to live each day for Jesus who gave Himself for us.
Come, Thou Fount of every blessing,
Tune my heart to sing Thy grace;
Streams of mercy, never ceasing,
Call for songs of loudest praise.
~Those who know God’s grace show God’s grace.~
Read: 2 Corinthians 5:12-17
The love of Christ compels us. —2 Corinthians 5:14
Navigating The Storm
The ancient people of the nation of Axum (located on the Red Sea in modern Ethiopia) discovered that the stormy winds of the monsoon season could be harnessed by sail for speedy navigation. Rather than dreading the high winds and rains, they learned how to navigate their way through the storm.
Psalm 107 provides a wonderful word picture of how God allows storms to come our way, and then provides help for us to navigate through them. “He commands and raises the stormy wind, . . . and He brings them out of their distresses” (Ps. 107:25,28).
Trusting God for guidance in troubled times is a biblical theme. Hebrews 11 lists many who used their problems as an opportunity to exercise faith and to experience God’s grace, provision, and deliverance: “Who through faith subdued kingdoms, worked righteousness, obtained promises, stopped the mouths of lions, quenched the violence of fire, escaped the edge of the sword, [and] out of weakness were made strong” (vv.33-34).
Stormy circumstances are inevitable. Although our first reaction may be to run from the problem, we can instead ask God to teach us how to trust Him to navigate us through the storm.
When life feels like a storm-tossed sea
With crashing waves of pain and grief,
Turn to the Lord and trust in Him,
He’ll give you peace and bring relief.
~Better to go through the storm with Christ than to have smooth sailing without Him.~
Read: Psalm 107:23-32
He commands and raises the stormy wind, . . . and He brings them out of their distresses. —Psalm 107:25,28
"OUR CREATOR LOVES EACH & EVERYONE OF US, JUST PRAY TO HIM AND ASK FOR WHAT EVER IT IS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE, HE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU". AMEN!
Is there some way that if someone goes to the newest thread/post( and pictures as well :-)------the site can take them directly to the newest reply/pic/post? That way---no one would have to keep scrolling back--- curious??? Watcha think?
:-) Hey Luv :-)
Did You know that lazy people (like me--lol :-) think that the new "reply" feature on the discussion board ~suxx? If someone replies to someone else's post and it's post# 7523 in a 11769 post thread---in order to read it---You have to scroll thru ALL the posts to read it---
~"Ain't Nobody Got Time For That---!!!!!!!"
Lmao ---Thanks for addressing this situation :-)
And seriously-----I hope that everything is well with You and Yours :-)
~Be Safe :-) and ~Be Happy :-)
Love Ya :-)
Beavis & Butthead in Let's Clean It Up
God Bless You!
May 24, 2013
During high school, my closest friend and I took a pair of horses out for an afternoon ride. We slowly roamed through fields of wildflowers and wooded groves. But when we nosed the horses in the direction of the barn, they took off toward home like twin rockets. Our equine friends knew that it was time for dinner and a good brushing, and they could hardly wait.
As Christians, our true home is heaven (Phil. 3:20). Yet sometimes our desires tether us to the here and now. We enjoy God’s good gifts—marriage, children, grandchildren, travel, careers, friends. At the same time, the Bible challenges us to focus on “things above” (Col. 3:1-2). Things above may include the unseen benefits of heaven: God’s enduring presence (Rev. 22:3-5), unending rest (Heb. 4:9), and an everlasting inheritance (1 Peter 1:4).
Recently I read, “Believers desire the heavenly inheritance; and the stronger the faith is, the more fervent [the desire].” Several Old Testament believers mentioned in Hebrews 11 had strong faith in God that enabled them to embrace His promises before receiving them (v.13). One such promise was heaven. If we too put our faith in God, He will give us a desire for that “heavenly country” (v.16) and will loosen our grip on this world.
When we all get to heaven,
What a day of rejoicing that will be!
When we all see Jesus,
We’ll sing and shout the victory.
~~~For the Christian, heaven is spelled H-O-M-E.~~~
Read: Hebrews 11:8-16
Our citizenship is in heaven. —Philippians 3:20
"HOME IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT" ---Joe Dirt
I Remember You Jamey Johnson
In the spring, shepherds in Idaho move their flocks from the lowlands into the mountains. Thousands of sheep move up the passes into the high country to summer pasture.
My wife and I came across a flock on Shaw Mountain last week. It was bedded down in a meadow by a quiet stream—a picturesque scene that evoked memories of Psalm 23.
But where was the shepherd? The sheep appeared to be alone—until a few broke away from the flock and began to wander toward a distant gully. Then we heard a shrill whistle from above. Looking up, we saw the shepherd sitting high on a hill above the sheep, keeping watch over his flock. A mountain dog and two Border collies stood at his side. The dogs, responding to the shepherd’s signal, bounded down the hill and herded the drifting sheep back to the flock where they belonged.
In the same way, the Good Shepherd is watching over you. Even though you cannot see Him, He can see you! He knows you by name and knows all about you. You are the sheep of His pasture (Ezek. 34:31). God promises that He will “seek out” His sheep, “feed them in good pasture,” and “bind up the broken” (vv.12,14,16).
You can trust in God’s watchful care. 110% & Beyond~AMEN!
I trust in God, I know He cares for me
On mountain bleak or on the stormy sea;
Though billows roll, He keeps my soul,
My heavenly Father watches over me.
~The Lamb who died to save us is the Shepherd who lives to care for us.~
Read: Ezekiel 34:11-16
Why do you say, . . . “My way is hidden from the Lord”? —Isaiah 40:27
Phil Robertson short video, God Is Awesome <3
A Missed Lunch
For me, food is more than a necessity—it’s a wonderfully enjoyable part of life! I enjoy sitting down to a well-prepared meal, especially when I’m feeling hungry. I imagine that the disciples were hungry for lunch when they returned to the well where Jesus was interacting with the Samaritan woman. They urged Him, “Rabbi, eat” (John 4:31). His response? “I have food to eat of which you do not know” (v.32), which made them wonder if someone had already brought Him something to eat (v.33).
I wonder if the disciples were so consumed with thinking about food that they couldn’t see past their picnic. They didn’t understand the significance of what was going on at the well. The most important thing to Jesus was “to do the will of Him who sent Me, and to finish His work” (v.34). He was focused on the spiritual needs of this woman who desperately needed what only He could give.
It’s easy to become preoccupied with needs of the moment. But Jesus invites us to get beyond our own interests—our own little “lunch”—to open our eyes to the souls who are searching for answers to their deepest needs.
So, join Jesus at the well, and let Him use you to tell others about the spiritual food only He can give.
Dear Lord, may my eyes be fixed not just on the things
I am interested in, but lift my eyes to see the
needy souls around me. Give me passion for the lost
and the joy of seeing others satisfied in You.
~~~Be hungry to satisfy the needs of others around you.~~~
Read: John 4:27-38
Jesus said to them, “My food is to do the will of Him who sent Me, and to finish His work.” —John 4:34
AMEN AMEN & AMEN!!!
Happy Day!!! :)
Hey Tiger - get ready, set and GO..... on all of your upcoming shows!!!
You r so gonna be the best... as you always are!!!!!!!
Years ago, while my husband and I were visiting the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, we noticed a baby stroller by itself with no one nearby. We assumed that the parents had left it there because it was too bulky and were now carrying their child. But as we approached, we saw a sleeping baby inside. Where was a parent . . . a sibling . . . a babysitter? We hung around for quite some time before hailing a museum official. No one had shown up to claim that precious child! The last we saw of him, he was being wheeled away to a safe place.
That experience made me think about what it’s like to be abandoned. It’s an overwhelming feeling that no one cares anything about you. It’s a real and excruciatingly painful feeling. But even though people may abandon us, God’s love and presence is assured. The Lord promises that He will never leave us (Deut. 31:8). He will be with us wherever we go, “always, even to the end of the age” (Matt. 28:20).
The Lord will never falter in His commitment to His children. Even if we have been abandoned by others, we can find confidence in His promise that nothing will ever “separate us from [His] love” (Rom. 8:35-39).
Father, thank You for Your never-failing presence
in every aspect of our lives. We count on Your
promise never to abandon us. Please teach us
to rest in that truth. In Jesus’ name, amen.
~~~Confidence in God’s presence is our comfort.~~~
Read: Isaiah 49:13-16
I will not forget you. See, I have inscribed you on the palms of My hands. —Isaiah 49:15-16
Hello hope this finds you well. I tried to contact you through Erin at CAA but her contact info is not up to date. We are gaining of the attention the right production houses so we think but man this Hollywood stuff is beyond me.
My fam has created a concept for a reality TV Show but I could really use your help in sorting through the bs. The show should be right up your alley as it deals in items of history, rarity and value.
Electra Star called me back today and spent 35 mins going over things. I don't want to be eaten by sharks and a business arrangement with you would help us in many ways. I own it and am open to a profitable venture for us both.
I know your busy but a few minutes might prove fruitful!
Just in case you missed this on my SherZ page on FB...
Well played KID ROCK last night LIVE on Billboard's Music Awards. I'm thinking out loud here...
Love the fact that he walks out on stage with a "Tea Cup" and "Tells the Truth" right to everyone's face.
This morning it came to me how clever this really was. Think about it, he is offering fans 'All Summer Long' to attend his shows for $20 a ticket. He's taking a pay cut to prove a point. What a stellar way to prove publicly to on national t.v. that these big paid acts, performers, artists are simply lip singing their way through, not to mention, I am pretty sure they aren't selling their tickets EVER for $20.
Things that make you go hmmmm....
People always would ask me why I enjoy Kid Rock & The Twisted Brown Trucker Band so much, it's simple folks THEY PLAY LIVE & COMMAND THE STAGE. Always a great show, good time and never disappointed.
Thanks for listening/reading/understanding, just wanted to put my 4 cents in. BRAVO BOBBY BRAVO.