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Do Unto Others…

So, in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets” (Matthew 7:12).


Versatile Christian Blogger (Spiritual, Black History, Music, Nature, Miscellaneous). Wife of Minister F. D. Woods, mother of 3 young adults, grandmother of two granddaughters, one grandson. Lord willing, retiring on December 30, 2023, after 37 years on the job.

8 thoughts on “Do Unto Others…

  1. Bonjour mon ami, amie TANGIE
    Un petit texte comique pour souhaiter une bonne journée
    Tu sais qu’aujourd’hui et un autre jour
    Ta nuit de repos est finie
    Allez au boulot, le devoir t’attend
    J’aurais bien aimé être à ta table pour ((un petit café ou une tisane avec toi))
    Mais nous sommes loin de l’autre
    Mais je moi je l’offre gratuitement avec MON BONJOUR

    Belle journée à toi. Ton ami du net


  2. Good morning, dear Tangie. You’ve been in my heart and prayers daily for the last two weeks. Thank you for this message and sharing The Nelon’s (I grew up on Southern Gospel). I made my move to Springfield, MO. I’m only 6 minutes from the hospital and drs. The best? I’m closer to family, too. My scans last week showed evidence that my largest tumors are shrinking. Bones and lymph nodes are peskier. Specifically, bone pain, blood issues, and neuropathy are my challenges. I’ll go to two appts this week and have treatment on 21st. I’m thinking, praying, and thanking God for you. May he ease your pain and give you endurance to continue your work for HIM! Love, Karla 🙏🏻💚

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    1. Hello Karla, it is wonderful to hear from you. Donna, a fellow blogger, shared this and I liked it enough to share; it was the first time I heard it. I am glad you made it to your destination and close to your doctors and family. Praise God for the tumor shrinking. We will keep prayer about the bones and lymph nodes. I know from experience bone pain and blood-related conditions are tough, but you and I will continue to hold on to God’s unchanging hands. We have so much in common–peripheral neuropathy is a daily challenge for me as well. I pray you continue to find strength in our Lord and Savior, and all goes well on the 21st. Likewise, that He ease your pain and give you continued endurance to worship Him.

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      1. Thank you, Tangie, my friend. If anyone understands, it’s you. My blood counts, as of yesterday, may keep me from moving forward. They’ll call me today or tomorrow. My hemoglobin is below 8, WBC 1.2, and platelets are at 49,000. It’s no wonder I feel so lousy most of the time! But for God! We do have so much in common and gives me comfort. I’m sorry for all you’re dealing with. I’m standing beside you and praying for you through your journey as you do mine. God bless you, my friend!

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