Re: [MOL] Re: Tuesday Chicken Soup for the Soul [00096] Medicine On Line


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DEar Frank,

Thank you and a warm "Amen" to what you posted and said.

God Bless
marty auslander

Frank Cromie wrote:
> 
> Please let me share something with you..Rev.Frank Graeff,was called
> the"Sunshine minister"because of his happy disposition and his optimistic
> faith.But at one time in his life he went through a very deep valley,and he
> lost his radiance and joy.He was a man full of defeat and despair.He was
> sure God had forsaken him.One day he began to sing,"What a friend we have in
> Jesus,/All our sins and griefs to bear!/What a privilege to carry/Ev,rything
> to God in prayer!"That song caused him to fall to his knees and to seek the
> Lord in a new way.Then he remembered 1 Peter 5:7"Cast all your care upon
> Him;for He careth for you "I know He cares"He shouted,my Saviour cares for
> me"As a result of that experience,he wrote the well-known hymn "Does Jesus
> Care?"
> Does Jesus care when my heart is pained
> too deeply for mirth and song:
> As the burdens press,and the cares distress,
> And the way grows weary and long?
> 
> Does Jesus care when my way is dark
> With a nameless dread and fear?
> As the daylight fades into deep night shades,
> Does He care enough to be near?
> 
> Does Jesus care when I,ve said goodbye
> To the dearest on earth to me,And my sad heart aches till it nearly breaks-
> Is it aught to Him?Does He see?
> 
> Chorus:
> O yes,He cares-I know He cares
> His heart is touched with my grief;
> When the days are weary,the long nights dreary,
> I know my savior cares.
> 
> We all love you,and we are here for you..Frank Cromie
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Appleton <remember@wmonline.com>
> To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
> Cc: fitecancer@earthlink.net <fitecancer@earthlink.net>
> Date: Tuesday, December 01, 1998 1:19 PM
> Subject: [MOL] Re: Tuesday Chicken Soup for the Soul
> 
> >Dear Marty
> >
> >Thanks for the chicken soup.  I am back on MOL somehow - I had taken a
> >little hiatus and for the past few days have been saying that I was going
> >to log back on again.  And somehow, without any input from me, here I am
> >again and thank God!!  I have missed the caring people that share this
> >forum.  I have been tryng to develop a better, more consistent, prayer life
> >lately trying to remember and thank God each day for the many blessings he
> >has given me over the years.  He gave me my husband for 25 years and I have
> >to remember to be grateful for the time we had.  I think of all of you
> >often and just know you are all remembered in my prayers.  Friendships,
> >however they are made, are to be cherished and valued.  Love to you all,
> >Paula
> >----------
> >From: Martin Auslander <fitecancer@earthlink.net>
> >To: Medical On Line Forum <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
> >Cc: Amy Freund <amyfreund@worldnet.att.net>; Barbara Silverman
> ><silverb@warwick.net>; Bobbie Karchner <gkarchner@oco.net>; Bonnie Cohn
> ><Edcohn@aol.com>; Carla/Ken Naehring <blessu@worldnet.att.net>; Carol Sloan
> ><Belovd@aol.com>; Diana <LINHILLIS@aol.com>; Eric and Mary Gurien
> ><e-mgurien@webtv.net>; Gail/Mike Cunningham <pkmikec@netusa1.net>; Jo
> >Ciaramitaro <packnife@tir.com>; John Lehner <lehnerj1@ix.netcom.com>; John
> >Lehner <lehnerj1@juno.com>; Joicy Becker-Richards <joicy@erols.com>; Kathy
> ><bacdoclwg@aol.com>; Les/Peg Dow <Lesnpeg@aol.com>; Lillian
> ><firefly@islc.net>; Marilyn Scott <marilyns@tig.com.au>; MaryAnn Hall
> ><MHall38196@aol.com>; Nancy Postema <NLPOST@aol.com>; Rose Moen
> ><moen.fam@worldnet.att.net>; Sylvia Lynn Boehme <sboehme@hondo.k12.tx.us>;
> >Torrie <victoria@best.com>; Wanda Harris <wlll@gateway.net>
> >Subject: Tuesday Chicken Soup for the Soul
> >Date: Tuesday, December 01, 1998 9:01 AM
> >
> >Good Morning My Friends,
> >
> >This morning message is so very close to my heart as it atttibutes the
> >gratification for friendship and friends. Indeed, the friendship that we
> >enjoy with so many, from all over this world, is the greatest form of
> >therapy one can experience because when there is friendship, there is
> >love. So, I hope you will enjoy this mornings message....
> >
> >God Bless
> >marty auslander
> >
> > Friendship Forever
> >                               Fondue
> >
> >       A good friend - what a treasure! Iíve had a good friend
> >  since the fourth grade (and thatís a considerable piece of time
> >  since we are now in our 50s). Joyce and I see each other only
> >  occasionally, but when weíre together itís as if we just saw each
> >  other yesterday. Being with her is as beautiful as a colorful
> >  rainbow, a fresh box of crayons or a cool shower on a hot day -
> >  refreshing.
> >       One of our favorite things to do is play in the kitchen
> >  together. Lots of problems can be solved while youíre chopping
> >  and slicing. Sharing a recipe is sharing your life. Are those
> >  tears from the onion or from that memory? Does it matter because
> >  soon there is only laughter. There is always a sense of
> >  understanding, of peace and comfort, of feeling completely at
> >  home. Most of all, there is acceptance, no matter what weíve
> >  done. There is unconditional love. Always.
> >       Friends sharing joy, sorrow, laughter and tears. Through the
> >  good - weddings, births and successes; the off-beat - TM,
> >  vegetarianism, yoga; the sad - loss of a mother, loss of a child,
> >  loss of our youth: we rage on together. We share beauty secrets -
> >  after all, we canít let gravity and the years show too much.
> >  Thatís how it is when you share time in the kitchen with a friend
> >  who will be a friend forever.
> >                      Friendship Forever Fondue
> >                          Makes 12 servings
> >       Serve this with 1-1/2-inch pieces of toasted French bread, a
> >  variety of fresh vegetables cut in bite-size pieces or tortilla
> >  chips.
> >    2(10-3/4-ounce) cans of         1 pound shredded soy
> >     Cheddar cheese soup             cheese
> >    1 pound shredded Swiss cheese   1 (7-ounce) can diced green
> >    1 (8-ounce) can tomatoes,        chiles
> >     crushed (or mild Mexican       1/3 cup white wine (optional)
> >     salsa)                         1 small onion, minced
> >    1. Combine all fondue ingredients in a heavy saucepan. Stir
> >  over low heat until cheeses are melted and all is smooth.
> >    2. Pour into a bowl and place in the center of a platter
> >  surrounded by bread, vegetables or chips for dipping.
> >----------
> >
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