Ten on Tuesday – Hamburger Toppings

On Tuesday’s Carole hosts ‘Ten on Tuesdays’.
She chooses a topic – we list ten items.

10 Favorite Burger Toppings.

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Grilled Hamburger on a Toasted bun

Miracle Whip

Mustard

Ketchup

Lite Lettuce

Always tomatoes

Dill Pickles

Grilled red onions or onion rings

Bacon

Avocado or Guacamole

Grilled mushrooms

Swiss Cheese

LOTS of Napkins

My favorite fast food burger is at ‘In and Out.’
They don’t have all the toppings, but it is good and fresh.

To get more topping ideas click here.

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July 2 – Today’s thought – Strength for Thee

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Good Morning

Psalms 68:35
O God, thou art terrible out of thy holy places:
the God of Israel
is he that giveth strength and power unto his people.
Blessed be God.

The Lord imparts unto us the primary strength of character which makes everything in life work with intensity and decision. We are “strengthened with might by his Spirit in the the inner man” (Ephesians 3:16). And the strength is continuous; reserves of power come to us which we cannot exhaust.
“As they days, so shall they strength be” (Deuteronomy 33:25)—
Strength of will,
Strength of affection,
Strength of judgment
Strength of ideals and achievement.

“The Lord is my strength” to go on.
He gives us power to tread the dead level, to walk the long lane that seems never to have a turning, to go through those long reaches of life which afford no pleasant surprise, and which depress the spirits in the sameness of a terrible drudgery.

“The Lord is my strength” to go up.
He is to me the power by which I can climb the Hill Difficulty and not be afraid.

“The Lord is my strength” to go down.
It is when we leave the bracing heights, where the wind and the sun have been about us, and when we begin to come down the hill into the closer and more sultry spheres, that the heart is apt to grow faint.

“The Lord is my strength” to sit still.
And how difficult is the attainment. Do we not often say to one another, in seasons when we are compelled to be quiet, “If only I could do something!”

When the child is will, and the mother stands by in comparative impotence, how severe is the test!
But to do nothing, just to sit still and wait, requires tremendous strength.

“The Lord is my strength”
“Our sufficiency is of God.”

~~The Silver Lining

Exodus 15:2, Psalms 28:7, Psalms 118:14

Lean on His strength. . . Today
With my prayers, desiring yours, Leslie

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