Published December 15th, 2018 by

If you are a child of many things, children are ignorant to the understanding of how a thing work —the mechanism and the functionality of it. Basically, if you play with fire, children, there is a possibility you will be burned.

Paying attention to the instructions of a parent warnings will benefit you even if the parent doesn’t take the time, at that moment of instruction, give detail explanation as to why you should reframe from doing or participating in an action.

I myself have stumbled many times from an inward knowing to halt the participation in a place or even reframe from dialogue in a conversation.  I have learned by many failed attempts of not listening to an inward individual but have a gained understanding and now, my will is no longer in this area but His will is right, every time. The Father knows best.

Let me take it to the word of God to give an example of participating in error.

Let’s take a read in 1Kings 22:2—

1 Kings 21:2 says, So Ahab spoke to Naboth, saying, “Give me your vineyard, that I may have it for a vegetable garden, because it is near, next to my house; and for it I will give you a vineyard better than it. Or, if it seem good to you, I will give you its worth in money.”—

Here we see that the vineyard in 1st Kings 21 is talking about Naboth being the owner of the vineyard positioned next to the palace.

In 1 Kings 21, Ahab approached Naboth asking him for his vineyard by saying, “give me”,  that vineyard that is part of his lineage blessings. Naboth replied to Ahab by saying “I will not give you my vineyard”.

Ahab even suggested to buy, but Naboth canceled the purchase and said no in given him his Vineyard for another type of vineyard.  In this story, Naboth was later setup by Ahab wife  Jezebel which Ahab gave Jezebel authority over his being leadership and king and had Naboth killed for the vineyard anyway by setting Naboth up with actions to make Naboth feel important sitting with high esteem official between two officials falsely accused Naboth.

And she wrote letters in Ahab’s name, sealed them with his seal, and sent the letters to the elders and the nobles who were dwelling in the city with Naboth. She wrote in the letters, saying, Proclaim a fast, and seat Naboth with high honor among the people; and seat two men, scoundrels, before him to bear witness against him, saying, “You have blasphemed God and the king.” Then take him out, and stone him, that he may die.
1 Kings 21:8-10

Another biblical character where we see another purchase for the vineyard was the transaction between Judas and Priests leaders offering Judas 30 shackles of silver which Judas received and he gave Christ over to the Priest leaders. Afterward Judas hung himself for his treacherous actions.

In both cases, the Prophet Jehue shows to address Jezebel and the Prophet Jesus very presence judge righteously all things by the word of God.

Be content with knowing that you, the redemption with you and in all thing is alive and well.  Amen Amen and Amen


Credit: Sonya Buchanan, Gateway Online Bible, Holy Spirit, Redemption


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Published November 2nd, 2018 by

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

thanksgiving, holiday, turkey, trivia, recipes

November Happenings!!

Tucked between a couple of huge holidays (Halloween and Christmas) is a pretty big holiday itself….Thanksgiving. Nowadays, it gets a little lost, as the Christmas shopping season begins before the Halloween decorations are put away. Not at Holiday Insights. We enjoy and celebrate this very special time to give thanks for the many loved ones and  for the many things we have.

We hope you enjoy the month of November. It is month filled with holidays and special events.

Holiday Greeting cards! Surf on over now and make a freeEcard for Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Veteran’s Day, birthdays, an anniversary, or any event!

This month in History:

  • November 9, 1927- Giant Pandas are discovered in China. More on Panda Bears
  • November 14, 1968- Yale University goes Co-ed.
  • November 24, 1859- Charles Darwin publishes his theory on evolution .
  • Find more at More this Month

Among other things, November is:

  • National Epilepsy Month
  • Peanut Butter Lovers Month
  • National Sleep Comfort Month

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Published October 7th, 2018 by

October is the month much important recognition we will honor and respect.

October, 2018 Daily Bizarre and Unique Holidays
Month:

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
American Pharmacist Month
Apple Jack Month
Awareness Month
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Clergy Appreciation Month
Computer Learning Month
Cookie Month
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Eat Country Ham Month
International Drum Month
National Diabetes Month
National Pizza Month
National Vegetarian Month
National Popcorn Popping Month
Sarcastic Month
Seafood Month
Weekly Celebrations:

Week 1 Get Organized Week
Week 1 Customer Service Week
Week 2 Fire Prevention Week
Week 2 Pet Peeve Week
14 – 20 Earth Sciences Week
Week 3 Pastoral Care Week

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September, 2018 – 2019 Bizarre and Unique Holidays

Month:

  • Baby Safety Month
  • Chicken Month
  • Better Breakfast Month
  • Classical Music Month
  • Fall Hat Month
  • Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Honey Month
  • International Square Dancing Month
  • Little League Month
  • National Blueberry Popsicle Month
  • National Courtesy Month
  • National Piano Month
  • Self Improvement Month

Weekly Events

September, 2018 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:

1 Emma M. Nutt Day, the first woman telephone operator

1 National Cherry Popover Day

2 Internaional Bacon Day – Saturday before Labor Day

2 VJ Day, WWII

3 Labor Day First Monday of month

3 Skyscraper Day

4 Newspaper Carrier Day

5 Be Late for Something Day

5 Cheese Pizza Day

6 Fight Procrastination Day

6 Read a Book Day

7 National Salami Day

7 Neither Rain nor Snow Day

8 International Literacy Day

8 National Date Nut Bread Day – or December 22!?

8 Pardon Day

9 Grandparent’s Day – first Sunday after Labor Day

9 National Pet Memorial Day -second Sunday in September

9 Rosh Hashanah – begins at sundown, date varies

9 Teddy Bear Day

10 Sewing Machine Day

10 Swap Ideas Day

11 911 Remembrance

11 Make Your Bed Day

11 No News is Good News Day

12 National Chocolate Milkshake Day

12 National Video Games Day – also see Video Games Day in July

13 Defy Superstition Day

13 Fortune Cookie Day

13 Blame Someone Else Day – first  Friday the 13th of the year.

13 Friday the 13th

13 National Peanut Day

13 Positive Thinking Day

13 Uncle Sam Day – his image was first used in 1813

14 National Cream-Filled Donut Day

15 Make a Hat Day

15 Felt Hat Day – On this day, men traditionally put away their felt hats.

16 American Legion Day

16 Collect Rocks Day

16 Step Family Day

16 Mayflower Day

16 Mexican Independence Day

16 National Play Doh Day

16 National Women’s Friendship Day – third Sunday in September

16 Wife Appreciation Day – third Sunday in September

16 Working Parents Day

17 Citizenship Day

17 Constitution Day

17 National Apple Dumpling Day

18 National Cheeseburger Day

18 Yom Kippur – begins at sundown

19 International Talk Like A Pirate Day

19  National Butterscotch Pudding Day

20 National Pepperoni Pizza Day

20 National Punch Day

21 International Peace Day

21 Miniature Golf Day

21 World Gratitude Day

22 Eid-Ul-Adha – date varies

22 Business Women’s Day

22 Elephant Appreciation Day

22 Hobbit Day

22 International Rabbit Day – Fourth Saturday in September

22 Natinal Hunting and Fishing Day – Fourth Saturday in September

22 Oktoberfest  begins in Germany – date varies

23 Autumn Equinox – Fall begins! – date varies

23 Checkers Day

23 Dog in Politics Day

23 Sukkot – begins at sundown, date varies

24 National Cherries Jubilee Day

25 National Comic Book Day

26 Johnny Appleseed Day

27 Crush a Can Day

28 Ask a Stupid Question Day (one of my favorite days)

28 National Good Neighbor Day – Always September 28, previously the 4th Sunday in month

28 Native American Day – fourth Friday of the month

29 Confucius Day – Try your luck. Get a Fortune Cookie.

30 National Mud Pack Day

 

 


Sonya Buchanan/ 10:40 am

Published August 3rd, 2018 by
Comforting Promises Broadcast would like to take this time to wish everyone born in the month of July a

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

and

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

Here are some special holidays that are happening in August!

Month:

  • Admit You’re Happy Month
  • Family Fun Month
  • Dog Days of Summer – July 3 – August 11
  • International Clown Week – always August 1-7
  • National Catfish Month
  • National Eye Exam Month
  • National Golf Month
  • Peach Month
  • Romance Awareness Month
  • Water Quality Month
  • National Picnic Month

Weekly Events:

  • Week 1 National Simplify your Life Week
  • Week 2 National Smile Week
  • Week 3 Friendship Week
  • Week 4 Be Kind to Humankind Week

August, 2018 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:

National Girlfriends Day

National Mountain Climbing Day

National Raspberry Cream Pie Day

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

Grab Some Nuts Day

International Beer Day – First Friday in August

National Watermelon Day

Campfire Day – First Saturday in August

International Hangover Day – First Saturday in August

National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

U.S. Coast Guard Day

National Clown Day – Satuday during International Clown Week

National Mustard Day first Saturday

Friendship Day – First Sunday in August

International Forgiveness Day – First Sunday in August

National Underwear Day

Sisters Day – First Sunday in August

Work Like a Dog Day

Wiggle Your Toes Day

National Lighthouse Day

Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day – now that’s nasty!

Book Lover’s Day

10 Lazy Day

10 National S’mores Day

11 Presidential Joke Day

11 Son and Daughter Day

12 Middle Child’s Day

13 Left Hander’s Day

14 National Creamsicle Day

14/15 V-J Day – which date do you celebrate as the end of WWII?

15 Relaxation Day – now this one’s for me!

16 National Tell a Joke Day

17 Chinese Valentine’s Day/Daughter’s Day – 7th day of 7th Lunar Month

17 National Thriftshop Day

18 Bad Poetry Day

18 National Honey Bee Awareness Day – Third Saturday

19 Aviation Day

19 National Potato Day

20 National Radio Day

20 World Mosquito Day

21 National Spumoni Day

21 Senior Citizen’s Day

22 Be an Angel Day

22 National Tooth Fairy Day – and/or February 28

23 Ride the Wind Day

24 Vesuvius Day

25 Kiss and Make Up Day

26 National Dog Day

26 Women’s Equality Day

27 Global Forgiveness Day

27 Just Because Day

28 Race Your Mouse Day -but we are not sure what kind of “mouse”

29 More Herbs, Less Salt Day

30 Frankenstein Day

30 Toasted Marshmallow Day

31 National Eat Outside Day

31 National Trail Mix Day

http://holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/august.htm


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Comforting Promises Broadcast would like to take this time to wish everyone born in the month of July a

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

and

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

Here are some special holidays that are happening in July!

Bizarre and Unique Holidays

July 2018 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:

Build A Scarecrow Day – first Sunday in month

Canada Day / Dominion Day

Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day

International Chicken Wing Day

International Joke Day

I Forgot Day

World UFO Day

Compliment Your Mirror Day

Disobedience Day

Eat Beans Day

Stay out of the Sun Day

Independence Day (U.S.)

National Country Music Day

Sidewalk Egg Frying Day– Hmmmm, I wonder why!?!

National Apple Turnover Day

National Bikini Day

Work-a-holics Day – even though everyone is on holiday

International Kissing Day

National Fried Chicken Day

Chocolate Day

International Cherry Pit Spitting Day – first Saturday of month

National Strawberry Sundae Day

Body Painting Day

National Blueberry Day

Video Games Day

National Sugar Cookie Day

10 Pick Blueberries Day

10 Teddy Bear Picnic Day

11 Cheer up the Lonely Day

11 National Blueberry Muffins Day

11 World Population Day

12 Different Colored Eyes Day

12 Pecan Pie Day

13 Barbershop Music Appreciation Day

13 Embrace Your Geekness Day

13 Fool’s Paradise Day

13 Friday the 13th

13 National French Fries Day

14 Bastille Day

14 Pandemonium Day

14 National Nude Day

14 Shark Awareness Day

15 Be a Dork Day

15 Cow Appreciation Day– Go out and give a cow a hug

15 National Ice Cream Day  – third Sunday of the month

15 Tapioca Pudding Day

16 Fresh Spinach Day

16 Global Hug Your Kids Day – third Monday of the month

16 World Snake Day

17 Peach Ice Cream Day

17 World Emoji Day

17 Yellow Pig Day

18 National Caviar Day– something’s fishy here

18 National Hot Dog Day – third Wednesday in July

19 National Daiquiri Day

19 National Raspberry Cake Day

20 National Ice Cream Soda Day

20 National Lollipop Day

20 Moon Day

20 Ugly Truck Day- it’s a “guy” thing

21 National Junk Food Day

22 Hammock Day

22 Parent’s Day  – fourth Sunday in July

22 Ratcatcher’s Day

23 Vanilla Ice Cream Day

24 Amelia Earhart Day

24 Cousins Day

24 National Tequila Day

24 Tell an Old Joke Day

25 Culinarians Day

25 Threading the Needle Day

26 All or Nothing Day

26 Aunt and Uncle Day

27 System Administrator Appreciation Day – last Friday in July

27 Take Your Houseplants for a Walk

27 Take Your Pants for a Walk Day

28 National Day of the Cowboy – fourth Saturday in July

28 National Milk Chocolate Day

29 Interntional Tiger Day

29 National Chicken Wing Day

29 National Lasagna Day

30 National Cheesecake Day

30 Father-in-Law Day

30 International Day of Friendship

31 Mutt’s Day

http://holidayinsights.com/moreholidays/july.htm



Sonya Buchanan/ 6:40 pm

Published May 13th, 2018 by

Establishment of holiday. The modern holiday of Mother’s Day was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St Andrew’s Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. St Andrew’s Methodist Church now holds the International Mother’s Day Shrine.

 

 

Published January 1st, 2018 by

My God continue leading you on the path of His intended will for your life. May the Father place a hedge of protection around all families for His Love is ours to receive.

 

Sonya Buchanan/2:00 am

Published April 16th, 2017 by

Easter, also called Pascha (Greek, Latin) orResurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day of his burial after his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD.


Sonya Buchanan/8:00am

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Published February 22nd, 2017 by

sarah_rector_at_12SARAH RECTOR: AT AGE 10 SHE BECAME THE RICHEST COLORED GIRL IN THE WORLD

2 POSTED BY – NOVEMBER 27, 2015 – BLACK CHILDREN

Little Sarah Rector, a former slave, became one of the richest little girls in America in 1914. Rector had been born among the Creek Indians, as a descendant of slaves. As a result of an earlier land treaty from the government. Back in 1887, the government awarded the Creek minors children 160 acres of land, which passed to Rector after her parents’ deaths. Though her land was thought to be useless, oil was discovered in its depths in 1913, when she was just 10 years old. Her wealth caused immediate alarm and all efforts were made to put the child Sarah under “guardianship” of whites whose lives became comfortable immediately.  Meanwhile Sarah still lived in humble surroundings. As white businessmen took control of her estate, efforts were also made to put her under control of officials at Tuskegee Institute. Much attention was given to Sarah in the press.  In 1913, there was an effort to have her declared white, so that because of her millions she could ride in a first class car on the trains.

Published February 20th, 2017 by

The plaque at the base of the Statue of Liberty reads: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”


img_1996The Statue of Liberty which is sometimes called Lady Liberty, is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, in the United States. Learn interesting unknown facts about one of famous art icons in the world.

 

The Statue of Liberty

#Fact 1

The Statue of Liberty Was Built Like the Eiffel Tower

An interesting fact about Statue of Liberty is that it was built from taking the inspiration of Eiffel Tower. The Statue of Liberty was designed and built by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi with the assistance of Gustave Eiffel who is famous for the Eiffel Tower in Paris. He contributed a big part to the structure for the large metal sculpture. Besides, the Statue of Liberty was completed in France and then sent to the United States.

#Fact 2

Models of the Statue of Liberty Were Sold Before the Statue Was Display

The other interesting surprising fact about the Statue of Liberty is that its models were sold before it was done. To get more money for the statue project, the gift shop began selling souvenirs in the model of the statue before it was placed.

Fundraising took place in both France and the United States. This is one of the Statue of Liberty facts that shows that the statue is also a symbol of France’s relationship with the United States.

Fact #3

France Built the Statue of Liberty and The US Built the Pedestal

Both France and America raise money for the Statue of Liberty. In fact, France constructed the statue and United States set the base for the statue.

The United States built a pedestal for the statue, although the size of the pedestal makes it more like a large building! After completing, the Statue of Liberty was displayed in France for 6 Months before shipping to the United States.

Fact #4

The Statue of Liberty’s Skin is Made of Copper

The color of the Statue of Liberty is green because of being oxidized over the years. The fact is that it is made of copper.

Fact #5

The Statue of Liberty’s Nose is Over 4 Feet Long

Many people, especially kids, love these Statue of Liberty facts about the massive scale of the statue. For instance, her prominent and dignified nose is over four feet, or nearly 1.5 meters, long!

Read More Here: Interesting Fact of Statue of Liberty


Sonya Buchanan/2:50am

Black History/History Month

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Published November 30th, 2016 by

Here is one of my favorite Christmas Songs I have playing on repeat.  It is called Born This Day by Yolanda Adams.

Be Blessed


CP/Sonya Buchanan/10:20am

Published November 18th, 2016 by

img_3031Our Motivational Thursday is titled Grateful.  I talked about cooking Thanksgiving Dinner for my family for the first time.  Here is a picture of every dish I prepared.  Take a listen to the video. You will be blessed.

 

 

 

 

Comforting Promises/6:00am

Published November 8th, 2016 by

Today is an important day – It’s the United States Presidential Election Day on November 8, 2016!!!!

Here are a few Famous Elite Birthday’s:

 

 

Comforting Promises/2:30pm

Published October 18th, 2016 by

NUTS

AlmondsAlmonds 129 itemsBrazil NutsBrazil Nuts 10 items
CacaoCacao 22 itemsCashewsCashews 41 items
ChestnutsChestnuts 3 items CoconutCoconut 15 items
Hazelnuts (Filberts)Hazelnuts (Filberts) 22 items Macadamia Nuts Macadamia Nuts 13 items
Mixed Nuts Mixed Nuts 12 items Nut PowdersNut Powders
12 items
PeanutsPeanuts 74 itemsPecansPecans 28 items
Pili NutsPili Nuts 1 items Pine NutsPine Nuts 5 items
Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts)Pinon Nuts (Indian Nuts) 1 items PistachiosPistachios 39 items
Soy Nuts Soy Nuts 14 items Sunflower SeedsSunflower Seeds
30 items
Tiger NutsTiger Nuts 4 items WalnutsWalnuts 26 items
No Mess Nut CrackerNo Mess Nut Cracker 1 items Chocolates & SweetsChocolates & Sweets
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Raw NutsRaw Nuts 103 items Organic NutsOrganic Nuts 65 items
Roasted NutsRoasted Nuts 194 items Salted NutsSalted Nuts 64 items
Seasoned NutsSeasoned Nuts 24 items Unsalted NutsUnsalted Nuts
50 items
Nut Butters & OilsNut Butters & Oils 19 items Bulk NutsBulk Nuts
410 items
Black WalnutsBlack Walnuts 3 items
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October Harvested
Published September 5th, 2016 by

History of Labor Day

Labor Day: What it Means

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country.

Labor Day Legislation

Through the years the nation gave increasing emphasis to Labor Day. The first governmental recognition came through municipal ordinances passed during 1885 and 1886. From these, a movement developed to secure state legislation. The first state bill was introduced into the New York legislature, but the first to become law was passed by Oregon on February 21, 1887. During the year four more states — Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York — created the Labor Day holiday by legislative enactment. By the end of the decade Connecticut, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania had followed suit. By 1894, 23 other states had adopted the holiday in honor of workers, and on June 28 of that year, Congress passed an act making the first Monday in September of each year a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the territories.

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