Where Your Blessing Abounds From

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Fresh Manna - Bible Devotions By Tim Burt

Fresh Manna
by Pastor Tim Burt

Have you ever thought of how important obedience is to parents concerning their children? Parents love obedience and when their children learn it and walk in it, the parents feel as though they are of the most blessed in the world.

When parents go through the teen years with their kids, they don’t think in terms of the word obedience so much anymore. Either their children have grown to the teen years having learned respect, a civil attitude, and reasonable compliance or they haven’t. By the time we are adults, we dump the word obedience. The very word obedience has the tendency to draw us back to memories of childhood. Adults think more in terms of, I am an adult and I can do what I want. Submission to any kind of authority is often in response to a paycheck, an incentive, or to…

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Jesus Died For Your Salvation and Your Healing

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Fresh Manna - Bible Devotions By Tim Burt

Fresh Manna
by Pastor Tim Burt

This past week, the symptoms of a cold and flu hit me hard, fast, and furious. I was bed bound for a few days. It made me mad. I rarely ever get sick and I felt violated. Flu symptoms had tried to come on me a couple of different times over the years, but I resisted them and rebuked them in Jesus name. They never did fully come upon me. That was not the case this time. I hurt so bad all I wanted to do was lay still and sleep. When I was awake, it was painful.

I didn’t know if I was going to get Fresh Manna out but the thought of not getting it out bothered me. I had never missed a day (except on vacation) since I started writing it almost sixteen years ago. I pushed through and wrote it…

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“The Feeding Trough” A Christmas Story by Pastor Tim

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Fresh Manna - Bible Devotions By Tim Burt

Merry Christmas from the BurtsFresh Manna
by Pastor Tim Burt

Renee and I will now be on vacation with our children and their families until January 5th. I will resume writing then. You can still come back and read often as there are many past posts to read and be taught and inspired by. So please do so! We pray that each and every one of you may experience the most blessed Christmas season ever! We pray for God’s love and the message of Jesus to pour out upon you and those endeared to your heart! Merry Christmas from the Burts!

Luke 2:4-5 (NIV) “So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a…

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Oromia (Finfinne): Appeal of Oromo Student’s Union (OSU) to International Community

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Odaa OromooDeath toll climbs as #OromoProtests still rage in Oromia state ( Ethiopia); schools remain closed. As of 30 january 2016. Fascist Ethiopian regime conducts genocide against Oromo people.

Appeal of Oromo Student’s Union (OSU) to International Community

February 10, 2016, Finfinne (Addis Ababa), Ethiopia

QeerrooTo:

  • Multinational organizations (UN, EU, AU, and others)
  • Countries supporting the Ethiopian regime in the name of development, peace and security, education, science and technology (USA, European countries, Canada, Australia, and others)
  • Human rights organizations (Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa, and others)
  • Oromo political organizations
  • Oromo studies Association (OSA)
  • Oromo community organizations all over the world and all other concerned bodies

We members of Oromo Student’s Union (OSU) appeal to the international community that we are currently living under difficult conditions. It is evident that the Ethiopian regime is committing genocidal crime on the Oromo people in general and the Oromo students in particular by deploying its military and police force and terrorizing us for peacefully protesting demanding our rights asking the legitimate and rightful questions…

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The Conflict between the Ethiopian State and the Oromo People, by Dr. Alemayehu Kumsa

UNPO: Oromo: Ethiopian Government Resumes Oppression of Protesters

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Oromo: Ethiopian Government Resumes Oppression of Protesters

UNPO, February 11, 2016

A tireless struggle continues on Addis Ababa’s streets and in other 100 towns of the Oromiya Region where a multitude of students try to make their voices heard against the creation of the Addis Ababa Master Plan.  The protests started in November 2015 and the Government’s reaction has brought to a number of deaths, injuries and imprisonments. Additionally, it seems that the Government has no intention to investigate the local authorities’ abuses and general aggressive behaviour, which also included several arbitrary detentions without due legal process.

Photo courtesy: ©Serge Tenami

Here is an article published by: AllAfrica.com

It is happening again, sadly. The government in Ethiopia is back to its signature of killing, maiming and jailing its own people because they are exercising their chance of rejecting state excesses using the only means available: taking to the streets to…

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In order to remain sustainable with our growing population we need to add four times the amount of phosphorus into grasslands than there already is. Most grasslands around the world have more phosphorus being removed than added to it – a precursor to infertile lands, where no arable crops can grow.

Source: In order to remain sustainable with our growing population we need to add four times the amount of phosphorus into grasslands than there already is. Most grasslands around the world have more phosphorus being removed than added to it – a precursor to infertile lands, where no arable crops can grow.