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True Love is steadfast and supportive, one that is never failing, a love that is willing to forgive, a love that never fears. It is a Love that is pure; and will always be clear. It is guaranteed to keep passion in a relationship, because it possesses the souls and the hearts of two people and will not depart.
When a challenge confronts the relationship; True Love will defend its position in the hearts of two people that beats as one. The power of True Love cannot be broken. The relationship will never be open.
Broken hearts mends slowly; while a few never mends. And because of broken hearts, many relationships end. Not True Love, because it defends the hearts of two people who will never be apart. True Love never breaks a heart.
Written by: Ellen J. Barrier
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Ingredients for glaze;
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup beer
¼ cup honey
1 Tablespoon mustard
(French’s 100% Natural Yellow)
¼ cup lemon juice
(squeezed from lemons)
Mix ingredients and bring to a rolling boil while stirring frequently and pour liquid over the ham and between slices. Use a brush to thoroughly apply the mixture.
Place the ham inside a cooking bag or cover it with heavy duty Reynolds Wrap and place in a container with a lid to seal the juices and flavor. Allow the ham to set for several hours in your refrigerator before baking or heating in your oven. Baking temperature (350 degrees)
After baking, arrange pineapples around the ham. Grapes or, other fruits of your choice can be added. Baking temperature (350 degrees)
Note: The amount of ingredients you use should depend on your taste, and the size of the ham.
Recipe by Ellen J. Barrier
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This salad is one I support in a healthy diet; it is light in calories. And the ingredients are nutritious. It has apples, broccoli, carrots, lettuce and pasta.
Number of servings: 6 Calories: 198 Total fat contents: 3 grams
Cholesterol: trace amount Sodium: 57 milligrams
Ingredients for Preparation:
8 ounces uncooked florets
2/3 cup shredded carrots
1 medium Red or Golden Delicious apple
(cored seeded and chopped)
1/3 cup plain nonfat yogurt
1/3 cup apple juice
3 tablespoon cider vinegar
1 tablespoon light olive oil
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon honey
½ teaspoon dried thyme leaves
Direction for preparation:
- Cook pasta according to the directions on package (exclude the salt) add the broccoli during the last 2 minutes of cooking. (Drain) rinse thoroughly under cold water until pasta is cool; (Drain well)
- Place pasta, broccoli, carrots and apple in a medium bowl.
- Combine yogurt, apple juice, vinegar, oil, mustard, honey and thyme in small bowl (pour these ingredients over the pasta mixture) toss to coat evenly.
This light- tan satin jacket is beautifully trimmed in streaks of red, orange, yellow and white multi-colors. It is easily matched with practically all colors and favorably worn with dresses, pants and skirts. The belt and crystal buttons are special features that make the Satin Jacket with its soft silky touch, a favorite to hang in any closet.
Fashioned and designed by Ellen J. Barrier
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Dreams of success are easy to make when we share them with others, who are supportive. It is the challenges that come to hinder our progress, and test our strength, when we begin our walk up the Ladder of Success alone.
When I walked onto the Ladder of Success, I heard the distance voices of doubt that I could reach the top.There were times when I felt the Ladder of Success shaking violently underneath my feet and I nearly lost my balance; those were the times when I prayed for strength to hold on.
I soon realized I had enemies whose hands were on the Ladder of Success determined to keep me from reaching the top.
There were times when the top of the Ladder of Success seemed farther away each day as I struggled to keep from falling and to ignore the voices of doubt continuing to say, “You will never make it!” Why, don’t you let go?”
When the day of silence of the voices and sturdiness of the ladder of Success finally came, I heard the cheers of “Congratulation!” from my friends; I had reached the top of the Ladder of Success!
At the end of my journey on the Ladder of Success, I came to the conclusion; a person does not have to be religious to reach the top of the Ladder of Success; but every one that step onto the Ladder of Success, must have hope. And I whispered a prayer of thanks for hope.
__ Ellen J. Barrier
Recommended to Read: The Road to Success and Prosperity (chapter six)
Book: How to Trust God When All Other Resources Have Failed by Ellen J. Barrier
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