Saturday, December 21, 2013

Life is a LEARNING experience....



LIFE IS A LEARNING EXPERIENCE...EACH DAY SOMETHING NEW


Challenges and difficulties are opportunities for us to grow and learn. FAITH is important in your everyday life. It is by faith that you are SAVED. It is by faith that you are JUSTIFIED and it is by faith that you are CLEANSED..So TRUST him for EVERYTHING and continue to MANIFEST the fruit of your FAITH...








EACH DAY I LEARN SOMETHING NEW
Each day is something new and something exciting. What a blessing it is for me to wake up each day with a fresh start. Each day of my life is a learning experience. And it can be for you as well... God’s presence can be found in the smallest of things and in the largest of things that we are experiencing. Look for all of the signs and learn how to live better than you could ever imagine. Each day just a little bit better than the previous day...


I want for you to take comfort in the presence of God in everything you do today and everywhere you go. As you are learning and growing you will be amazed at all there is to experience. God is amazing!

GOD IS LOVE



LET GOD BRING PEACE TO YOUR HEART

 It is going to be a good day, a productive day and a day to learn something new. Hope you start this day on a positive note..Remember, You will never walk alone. Let God bring peace to your heart. 

God Bless you all! 









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C/O Lashon Campbell
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LASHON CAMPBELL RESIDES IN OCEANWAY, FLORIDA WITH HER HUSBAND A COMMAND MASTER CHIEF AND THEIR 3 CHILDREN.

7 comments:

  1. Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. Col. 3:23 NLT

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  2. You are really helping me get myself together Lashon. Please Keep writing!!

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  3. Let god bring peace to your heart and never forget how invaluable self love is.

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  4. I found your blog while researching Gitmo.
    I know you are no longer stationed there bit i am hoping tou can help.
    We may be moving to gitmo and i am wondering how often supplies run out.what runs out most and what are most important things to bring with you

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    1. Hello and thanks for your question Anonymous,

      I am not sure what runs out concerning supplies. We never ran out of anything BUT we made trips back to the states like every 6 weeks to get things that was not provided in GTMO. For example, I really enjoy diet cherry Coke and they did not have any on base. We simply would shop here in Jacksonville, each one of us with a extra suitcase and get the things we needed, It was convenient because we kept our house here in jacksonville and was able to fly back whenever we needed to.

      Hope this helps,

      Lashon Campbell

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