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Luezette

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About Luezette

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    Sister
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    Luezette
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    Not Interested in a Relationship
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    Brooklyn, NY
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  • Baptized
    Yes

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    A knock on the door. Seriously, I was very involved in the church but left because of the immorality, though I too was a part of it. Then I began having domestic problems, but felt it was God punishing me for leaving the church. So amidst all the turmoil prayed for God to help me and to forgive me for leaving the church. Then, I couldn't understand it then, but I felt a calmness, got into bed and the next morning two sisters knocked at my door! This is why when I hear of experiences of someone praying and a sister or brother knocks at their door, I can really relate.

My Hobbies & Interests

  • My Interests
    Music, dancing, research, reading, thinking, writing...not necessarily in that order. Lol.
  • My favorite books
    Bible of course and our literature. Secularly: drama, classics, architecture, museums, book stores, libraries.
  • My favorite music
    Kingdom melodies of course. Secularly: jazz, old school, latin, blues.
  • My favorite movies
    Honeymooners, I love Lucy, Court dramas, Investigation such as FBI Files, etc.
  • My favorite quotes
    "What goes around comes around." However, I like how Jehovah says it: "...For whatever a man is sowing; this he will also reap..."

    Think outside the box. Jehovah says that better too at Eph. 4:22-24.

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  1. Jehovah can sometimes be full of surprises! 

    Tonight at the meeting (bathroom), a sister approached me and said "I have something for you." 

    After the meeting she came over and told me to open my bag. I did, and she put an envelope inside. 

    Now I knew it was a card from the shape, but of course didn't know what kind of card and for what...until I got home. 

    AND WELL GOODNESS ME!!!

    Yes, though I was thinking it was an invitation to something, it turned out to be better than that! 

    IT WAS A CARD WITH WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT!!! 

    Isn't Jehovah something!!! He never, and I mean NEVER cease to amaze us, and guess what? HE NEVER WILL!!!

    1. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

      Those unexpected words of encouragement are just a wonderful gift, and I am happy for you dear sister. 

    2. Luezette

      Luezette

      Thank you so much Miss Bea. 

      Jehovah is so much to be praised!

    3. MizPeg

      MizPeg

      We can never get enough ' good news , Luzette! Happy for you.   :-)

  2. Storm Ophelia

    Yep, "yay" is correct. We're tired.
  3. Storm Ophelia

    W-H-A-T? So many and too many storms!!! What is this world coming to? Lol.
  4. One of my son's is giving a public talk in my congregation Sunday, December 10, 2017! Though this isn't his first public talk, it's his first Sunday talk in my congregation. I'm sooo proud of him! My baby boy! 

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    2. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

      Congratulations to the both of you, and thanks to Jehovah!

    3. Tortuga

      Tortuga

      How Cool!!!

    4. GeordieGirl

      GeordieGirl

      That's wonderful. :) xo

  5. I took my Seroquel, 25mg last night and about 2-3 nights ago, it's for bipolar. Another thing it does is put you to sleep which I very much need due to my peripheral neuropathy. 

    But oh-my-goodness! The next day you feel like that fictitious zombie must feel...groggy, half dead. But at least I was able sleep. And like said above it's only 25mg! I don't understand how people can deal with higher doses of the stuff, like up to 400mg. Goodness! I'm sitting here in front of the TV like I'm stoned, not drunk stoned, just stoned. But I was able to sleep. One outta whatever is better than nothing I guess. 

     

     

    1. Miss Bea

      Miss Bea

       I know the feeling. Any sleep meds I take are dependent on my need to function in the morning. Sad, sad, we need meds not to hurt, to be able to sleep, and, to wake up? Good ol caffeine! For me any way. Praying for you, my sister.

    2. Luezette

      Luezette

      Hmmm, I didn't think about coffee, not at all, though coffee tends to raise my blood pressure. But hey, I won't be trying to drink the whole jar. Sooo, on the way home from the meeting tomorrow I'll buy a small jar, and drink it only in the morning after my Seroquel pill popping. Thanks!! :hugs:

    3. Myew

      Myew

      I used to be on Seroquel, and it certainly made me feel like a zombie... I ended up spending nearly a decade of being awake for 24-32 hours at a time and sleeping for 12-16 hours after taking it. Not to mention the long term side effects. :cry: I've since been able to get off of it after years of making diet and lifestyle changes, but sleep is still a daily struggle. Hang in there Sister Luezette, I pray that Jehovah will give you the strength to endure this trial. :pray:

  6. What's in your go-bag?

    I have a wheeled bag, a shopping cart, and a bag to carry on the back. Yes, there are pictures of the friends carrying their bags on their backs but I think that's for illustrative purposes only. I really don't think and believe the slave is using such pictures to say we must transport our bags that way. How could it be when knowing some have bad backs, etc (worse than mine for instance)? Just use a sound mind when transporting if the need arises.
  7. What's in your go-bag?

    This is surely a timely topic isn't it? We don't know what the future holds as far as disasters are concerned. The only thing we are absolutely certain of is Jehovah will be with us, whether it be survival through the physical storms, or if we don't make it, life after we wake up. Yet Jehovah expects us to use a sound and reasonable mind by physically preparing now.
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