All God’s Benefits are Secure

Amen… blessed to be reminded ♥

Rebekah Beene

Our health benefits plan is changing through the company I work for. There was a huge amount of payments made last year. Because of all the pay out, we now must incur a premium increase. Not only will we have an increase in premiums, our out of pocket cost will increase as well. Benefits cost someone and now we will be absorbing that cost.

God’s benefits never run dry and God’s provision for them all never ceases! He is always giving us benefit upon benefit. He never expects payment or shows partiality in any way. We don’t even have to pay the premium for Christ paid that for us! He paid that price one time on the cross. But our benefits are daily and His mercies are new every morning. Every single morning for eternity. No one is counting costs at the corporate office for the Lord. Nobody is saying…

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How To Use Vinegar To Kill Weeds – A More Natural Approach

vinegar+salt+dish soap= weedkiller!!!

Old World Garden Farms

In our garden and planting rows, weeds have never been much of problem utilizing heavy applications of mulch, cover crops in the off-season, and a simple 5 to 10 minute-a-day approach to weed maintenance during the growing season.  See: Growing Simple With Raised Rows

The vinegar solution works great for a natural way to control weeds in our stone paths like the ones around our fire pit The vinegar solution works well to control weeds in our stone paths – like the ones around our fire pit

However, when it comes to maintaining our driveway, stone walkways, paths, and brick patios around our property, a thick coat of mulch and a planting of cover crops doesn’t quite give us the look we are shooting for when it comes to beautification.

For us, the answer to keep these areas free of weeds has been a simple natural weed killer solution using vinegar as the main ingredient.  It has not only proven to be effective – but so much safer than ever having to use a single drop of a commercial…

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