The Strawberry Letter

One of the things I miss about living in Michigan is being able to pick strawberries in the summer. I’d always wanted to go, but I wanted to go with my friends. However, God insisted that I go picking on my own. Let the record show, I am addicted to strawberries: strawberry ice cream, cupcakes, smoothies, lemonade, yogurt, cheesecake, candy, you name it. As I was doing my picking, I was amazed to see how strawberries were grown—it was awesome! I was able to see the tiniest berries to the largest berry of the bunch. I was aware of the green ones that were not ready yet to the ones that were at risk of going bad. I sensed that God had revealed something about evangelism to me during this experience. 

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Just in time for the strawberry season! Good article.

Jesus used fish. The bait was adoption or sheep safe in the fold. Can anyone read John1-3. Without being captivated?

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Berries are among the healthiest foods on the planet.

The best are blueberries, but strawberries, raspberries and blackberries and cranberries also good.

One cup of blueberries per day for our geriatric readers to forestall Alzheimers Disease and also to treat this horrible ailment. It is also an anti cancer remedy!

Strawberries need to be organically grown or washed well, since they may have pesticide residues which promote Parkinson’s Disease.

We buy the frozen berries from Costco, which generally year round, are the cheapest per pound, and a BEST BUY.

Many companies are now marketing blueberries in pill/capsule form because their health benefits are so paramount and supported by scientific studies.

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