What I Learned from my mother.

Sunday May 11, 2014
Sunday Sermon Notes
Speaker: Les Brown
Scripture: Proverbs 31:25-28
Title: What I learned from my mother.

It takes courage to be a mother. Faith flexibility heart and hard work. The 40 40 plan is gone. This is the age of excellarated opportunity.
Proverbs 31:25-28 NKJV

Strength and honor are her clothing; She shall rejoice in time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, And on her tongue is the law of kindness. She watches over the ways of her household, And does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; Her husband also, and he praises her:
Just do what you are supposed to do.
People knew him and his brother and mother. The police officer took him home.
81% of homes are headed by women. Figure it out. You have to be strong in every area of your life.
Through it all momma had faith.
O– An open heart mom taught him the value of being kind. Because you can and don’t look for anything in return.
T– Take time for what matters. Build relationships that matters. God Mom is their birth mom. She wanted forgiveness. Let go of be dragged. Forgiveness is remembering with ou
H– whole place of hope in spite of. If you can do it once…. You do it again. What do you enjoy? No body has figured out how to get out of life alive.
R– what’s important. Communication. You must have a bad memory. So

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A group of “living materials” announced by MIT researchers today can change their own composition over time in ways that could allow them to become part of future electronics designs, thanks to the incorporation of bacterial cells that respond to changes in their environment. The researchers will publish their work in Nature Materials today.

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By adding materials like gold nanoparticles or quantum dots, the MIT team could then add different properties to the film. Gold nanoparticles, for…

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