Submitted by Name: Sally McIntyre From: Edmonds, WA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi, I suffer from MCS and found your page. After battling it for several years I began to make my own soap and lotion. After being laid off in January and having difficulty finding a job due to the MCS disability I decided to create my own and have begun to sell my soap and lotion. Hope it is okay to share this information here, but hopefully it might help someone else.
My products are all natural and contain no fragrance. A few contain essential oils, which are different. Before they are made available to customers I test the items, if I don't have any reaction then they are added to my e-store for sale. Just trying to help others, and if there is a way to share this information with others it would help us both.
My website is mcnotions dot net
Added: May 24, 2013
Submitted by Name: Joys Power From: Kerrville, TX E-mail: Contact
Comments: In response to "Conversion from Catholicism" by Jacque: My family is Scott-Irish and had been faithful Catholics. My parents grew angry with the Church, with God, and with each other, so before I reached the age of 12, they divorced and my family no longer participated in any faith or worship. I felt hurt and abandoned. I blamed God. As I matured, my hurt turned to anger, then hatred. I lived my life rebelling against God and His commandments. I didn't teach my children moral values. They are in their 30's and still confused about religion. God is not the author of confusion. I am tired of the confusion and deceit. I am tired of pretending I know it all. I want peace. I relinquished control of my life to God. The Paraclete Jesus promised to send us is leading my every thought, word, and action. God is real! He loves us, he never quit being faithful to us. I returned home to the Catholic Church. I pray constantly to ask God's will. My motto is, "Not my will, but Thy will be done." The Catholic Church has withstood turmoil. Dissidents try to get their way in the Church. People accept what they hear about the Church without verifying the facts. Jacque is angry about Catholics praying to Mary. I love Mary because of her humility and unconditional love. I honor her. I respect her advice. This world needs motherly love! Ignoring Mary is a mistake. Peace be with you!
Added: April 30, 2013
Submitted by Name: Mary From: Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: An excellent teacher is Steve Ray. You can find him on youtube.com Or you can find him at catholic-convert . com
Added: April 18, 2013
Submitted by Name: Lizahn From: South Africa E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thank you! I needed scripture on faith tonight, as I am going through a difficult divorce, your bible ref scriptures had me in tears, it is all about faith and that He knows and that He cares, God will carry me, thank you for reminding me of my God's love and commitment!
Admin reply: So very glad to hear God used these Scriptures to bless you!!
Added: March 28, 2013
Submitted by Name: Taylor Watson From: Bonifay, FL E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just wanted to let you know that your site has truly touched my soul. I have been so weary with an issue that I've been carrying and have given it to God many times and, just like you said, I "take it back" and nothing is ever accomplished and I never progress in my problem. After reading your articles on trusting God with our issues and not taking it back when we feel that isn't going exactly the way we want, has enlightened me more than I can express. Thank you so very much for writing such an article and for having such wonderful faith in our God. Your faith has taught me to be stronger. God Bless, and thanks again.
Added: March 12, 2013
Submitted by Name: Larry From: PA
Comments: Dear Jacki, In your testimony, you mention a conversation with a priest. You asked 'what the problem is' in response to the affirmation that Christ died for all our sins. The priest that you say you talked to, seems not to have been able to ID the problem; that's a shame. However, here's the problem: You claim that Christ died for all sins, such that no further forgiveness was necessary, right? Well, then, when He appeared to the apostles, Christ should've said, "OK! It's all done now! No more sin, no more 'problems'!" The 'problem', though, is that he didn't say that. Instead, in John 20:23 -- after He resurrected -- Jesus tells the apostles, "Whose soever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them". Well, wait a minute! If all sins had been forgiven, without any need for any other forgiveness, then the remission of sins by the apostles should not be necessary! So... oops! ... it looks like your notion not only fails to work, but is directly contradicted by Scripture, straight from Jesus' mouth! Blessings, L.
Added: March 10, 2013
Submitted by Name: Daniel Farey From: Hemet, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Your testimony of conversion from the Catholic Church is awesome! You are one of the few who get the real message of truth. My book is: Testimonials of a Biblical Christian A Nonreligious Perspective of the Holy Bible. The main theme is a personal relationship with Jesus. It is available at all the major bookstores and more info at my website acceptjesustodaycom.ipage.com.
It is not a religion it is a relationship.
Added: February 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: Lea From: isanti,mn E-mail: Contact
Comments: Enjoyed sriptires on faith and trust.What transalation did you use or did you put them in your words along with some from living bible? Sure did like it and want that translation...thanks
Admin reply: They were all taken from the original "Living Bible" translation - one of my favorites!
Added: January 20, 2013
Submitted by Name: Mary From: hendersonville n.c. E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just wanted to say that I love Jesus!!!!!!!!!!