Why God ??

Ramblings Of A Zealot ~

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“So to keep me from becoming conceited because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations, a thorn was given me in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to harass me, to keep me from becoming conceited.” (2 Corinthians 12:7).

God allows bad things to happen to good people. The phrase “good people” is a bit of an oxymoron or a contradiction, really, because none of us is good (Psalm 53:3). But bad things happen to decent people out of the blue, unprovoked, and undeserved. It makes sense that the dark cloud might settle over the head of an evil person, but why does it storm on the righteous?

God doesn’t cause bad things to happen to good people, but He doesn’t prevent them either. The world is free, and God rarely steps in to alter how the effects of sin visit themselves upon the creation. So God lets trials happen to…

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Morning Devotions ~

Ramblings Of A Zealot ~

400eab3b2a96c683ae47d484a7ef1d56Dear God, help me to do good and not to do harm today. Let the teaching of kindness be on my tongue because of You . . . 

Like a worker who rises while it is still night, Gracious God, You have so arranged the world to give each of us plenty to do. We never have to eat the bread of idleness. But with so much to do, we need Your strength and dignity to choose the right things, to think first so that we open our mouths with wisdom, and to live all the days of our lives as praise to You  . . . 

Help me today to be more fully aware of the many ways I can listen, speak, and share the message of good news with those I meet. In the matchless name of Jesus I humbly pray, Amen . . .

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Countdown to Christmas

Parental Alienation

Rules for a healthy Christmas
Rule no 1. Setting healthy boundaries
Make sure to check all your contacts in social media and remove anyone the alienating parent may be using to stalk you.

Check all your contacts in messenger, whats app, skype etc and delete anyone who could cause you problems.

Remove anyone posing to be a friend but not actually being a friend.

Block any users that have several profiles under the same name, these are usually fake profiles.
Rule no 2. A healthy Christmas – Detox

Now you have detoxed your social media its time to detox your mind and body in time for Christmas.

Why not have a alcohol free week before all the Christmas festivities and try a few non alcoholic cocktails:-
Rule no 3. Don’t be alone on Christmas day

If you are unfortunate enough not to be able to see your children at all, make…

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Rule no 4. Christmas – Therapy

Parental Alienation

Yes I know its sounds dramatic! but after dealing with toxic people for months or maybe even years, in and out of court, meetings with social workers, solicitors, lawyers etc you probably deserve some.

First go and seek advice from you regular GP and let them know what you have been going through. Hopefully if they are understanding they will refer you to recommended practitioner. You will need to make it clear that they will need to have a thorough understanding of PA.

If not, you can always contact the helpline (registered paid up members only) at NAAP for advice NAAP Helpline

Another alternative is to look through the BPS

Online resources to help you find a psychologist

Directory of Chartered Psychologists – search for a psychologist offering services to the public

List of Chartered Members – check whether a person is a Chartered Psychologist

Directory of Expert Witnesses –…

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Half Full or Half Empty– What Would Your Perspective Be

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Half full or half empty…
what would your perspective be?
Do you see things as positive or full…
or do you see it as negative or empty.
For the way that you view things…
is indicative of the condition of your heart…

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Snippet of The Day 12.12.17

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Sticky Note to God 12.12.17

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Sticky Note From God 12.11.17

CHRISTian poetry ~ by deborah ann

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The Remorseful Appeal ~

CHRISTian poetry ~ by deborah ann

God hears our cries,
our sins He knows
He sees the tears
from our eyes flow.

God sees us weeping,
over our disgrace
He knows our need
for His merciful grace.

God listens to our sobs,
as His name we call
He watches the tears
from broken hearts fall.

God hears the outcry,
of our remorseful appeal
He knows by His stripes
our lives Jesus came to heal.

God understands our cries,
for His own Son, too wept
and with His in a bottle
all of our tears are kept!

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Psalm 56:8

“Thou tellest my wanderings:
put thou my tears into
thy bottle:
are they not in thy book?”

King James Version
Public Domain

Copyright 2017
Deborah Ann Belka

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Parental Alienation: Is the continual spread of this abuse caused by organisation culture?

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It is widely recognised that one of the factors contributing towards the fast-spreading social plague that is parental alienation, is the refusal of the reactionary institutions allegedly set up to defend our liberties and promote justice for all citizens to even recognise the term, let alone the resultant symptoms and their impact on targeted parents and their children.

Here in the UK, however, Anthony Douglas (Chief Executive) of Cafcass, the body  established to represent the interests of children in the family court system, has now publicly acknowledged the term.

He has also stated that the practice of parental alienation is a form of “emotional abuse”.

He even goes so far as to state that parental alienation should be treated with the same severity as any other form of abuse.

Here he features in The Telegraph at the start of 2017. Divorced parents who pit children against former partners ‘guilty of…

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