Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Read: James 3:1-12
“Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath” (James. 1:19)
We all talk too much! What heartaches are caused, homes broken up, friends separated, wars incited by some hasty, angry words! Much of the conflict in the world is caused by a combination of narrow minds and wide mouths.
You will not often get into trouble by listening; and most of us can learn more from what others say than what we have to say.
A man once said, I have a confession to make. Many of the troubles I have encountered in the past I brought on myself because I opened my mouth at the wrong time. I have caused much heartache to myself because I did not keep to the biblical injunction, “swift to hear, slow to speak” (Jas.1:19). I opened my mouth too wide.
Jesus said, “Every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the Day of Judgment (Mt. 12:36). If you don’t hold your tongue, you may have to eat your words!
Prayer: Lord teach me when to speak, and when to be silent; in Jesus’ name I pray. Amen
(From ‘The Voice of Christ Today, 2014 Edition’ Daily Inspiration for Personal and Family Devotion, Page 210. A publication of The World International Sacred Peace Movement, Grouped Soul).
It seems I’ve been very interested in food these days (surprise surprise). With me pinning food recipes every other day, I decided to give this one a try. And boy is it delicious. Plus you can’t use “I have no oven” as an excuse not to try and make this easy no-bake cheesecake. I found a recipe on …. but switched it up by adding whipping cream to the mix.
Here’s what you’ll need
For the crust
For the filling
For the topping
What to do
1. Crush the biscuits, mix in the butter and press the mix to the bottom of your pan or or dessert bowl.
2. Whisk the cream cheese in one bowl. Then mix the whipping cream and condensed milk in another bowl until it forms a stiff peak.
3. Pour the whipping cream mix into the cheese and whisk until it’s all properly mixed together.
4. Scoop the cheese filling and spread on the crust. Refrigerate for about an hour.
5. While the your cheesecake is in the refrigerator, prepare your topping. Pour the cherries into a saucepan and place on low heat. Mix 2 tablespoons of cornstarch with about 5 spoons of water and pour into the cherries. Let it simmer for about a minute the turn off the heat and let it cool.
6. Bring out your cheesecake and drizzle some of the cherry sauce on it.
7. Get your dessert spoon and dig in.
Trust me, you want to try this recipe. It’ll definitely make you say cheese 😉
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Lot of love,