LUKE 5:31 ON 5/31

LUKE 5 31 ON 5 31                           

Jesus answered them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick.”  – Luke 5:31 

I’m going to take this opportunity to discuss an issue.  When I attended church at a building with a group of people, I often heard this about church attendance:

You are not too bad to come in.  You are not too good to stay out. 

Ugh…  sometimes it is just a matter of not fitting in or feeling like an outcast.  It’s not about too bad or too good…  it’s about being a puzzle piece that tries to fit into the wrong puzzle.  I’m a puzzle piece without a puzzle.  I’m leaning on Dr. Jesus to help me find the right puzzle.

Dr. Jesus is on-call 24/7 for all the sick.  All who need His love, care, compassion and Salvation.

When your soul was saved by Jesus, did anything change?  That’s a question I’ve heard time and again.  Did you get wings?  Well, yes – in a way you probably did get wings – in your soul.  Dr. Jesus did that for you!  The moment you gave your life to Christ, you felt lighter and wanted to smile all the time.  You looked the brightest you’ve ever looked.  I know – me too!

Dr. Jesus does more than save souls – He keeps them safe and filled with joy!  He does a better job than the tea tree oil in Herbal Essences Tea-Lightfully Clean Shampoo!

Healing of hearts, souls and minds…  Dr. Jesus is interested in us.  He cares about our lives and wants to help us.

Once Dr. Jesus has helped us, it’s up to us to let others know He wants to help them too.  If the thought of witnessing makes you break out in a cold sweat, you’re not alone.  It really comes down to sharing the best thing that’s ever happened to you – with someone else.  Suddenly it’s not as scary.  Dr. Jesus will help you.  🙂








OK, I just gotta say, that Starrkeisha person is very brave to wear those blue pigtails. LOL! Such a weird little video – but so cute.

The weather is beginning to get a little colder, the nights come earlier and everyone is getting sweaters from the drawer. I’ve seen some pretty scary weather predictions already. They say we are in for record snowfall this winter. I wonder where summer went, to be honest. Oh well… along with the changes in temperature, we will inevitably begin to experience cold and flu season.

Of all the medicines available OTC, my favorite will always be good ol’ classic chicken soup! Nothing helps your tummy and opens clogged nasal passages better. I have a tried and true recipe from The Hungry Mama blog.

Classic Chicken Soup
Makes 4 servings


1 Tbs. vegetable oil
1 medium carrot, diced
1 stalk celery, diced
1/2 onion, cut lengthwise through the root, peeled and trimmed
4 cups (32 oz. box) low-sodium chicken broth
1/2 tsp. salt
3 whole black peppercorns
1 bay leaf
1 cup shredded white or dark chicken meat


1. Pour oil in large pot. Set over medium heat. Add carrot and celery; toss to coat. Place onion half in pot, cut side down. Saute until celery is translucent (about 3 minutes).

2. Add chicken broth, salt, peppercorns and bay leaf. Bring to a boil. Add shredded chicken, cover, and reduce heat to low. Simmer until vegetables are fork-tender (about 20 minutes).

3. Remove soup from heat. Carefully spoon out and discard onion, peppercorns, and bay leaf.

Serve to the one that is sick with love.

Nutritional information

161 calories
6 g. fat
1 g. sat. fat
15 g. protein
3 g. fiber
11 g. carb

Here’s a few jokes you can annoy that sick loved one with. I’m sure they will make everything better – wink! 😉


“Nurse,” an anxious mother whimpers, “can you please tell me how my son is? He’s the one who swallowed the quarters.”

“No change yet,” the nurse replies.


In a Catholic school cafeteria, a nun places a note in front of a pile of apples, “Only take one. God is watching.” Further down the line is a pile of cookies. A little boy makes his own note, “Take all you want. God is watching the apples.”


A young lady visited a computer dating service and requested, “I’m looking for a spouse. Can you please help me to find a suitable one?” The matchmaker said, “What exactly are you looking for?” “Well, let me see. Needs to be good-looking, polite, humorous, sporty, knowledgeable, good at singing and dancing. Willing to accompany me the whole day at home during my leisure hour if I don’t go out. Be able to tell me interesting stories when I need a companion for conversation and be silent when I want to rest.” The matchmaker entered the information into the computer and, in a matter of moments, handed the results to the woman. The results read, “Buy a television.”

With jokes this bad, your loved one will feel better really fast… LOL! 😀