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Monday: We will post a One Another Living Challenge. The challenge may be simple like, “Give a fellow one another a good hug.” Or the challenge may be a little more out of our comfort zone like, “Ask God to bring a new one another into your life this week.” We hope you will share with us in the comments the results, rejoicing or trials you may have had during the week.

This week we celebrate July 4th week and our Independence Day!

In honor of the men and women serving in our military our One Another Living Challenge this week is to thank at least one person from any branch of the military for their service to our country. This can be an active duty personnel or reservist or retired individual.

You can thank a loved one, a personal friend, a co-worker, or soldier, airman, sailor or Marine sitting next to you on the plane or walking down the street.

You can call, text, email, Twitter or Facebook. You can write a letter or send a card. You can take them out to lunch or say thanks over coffee.

But, whatever you do, do not let this week go by without thanking someone you know or will meet from the greatest military force on earth.

I want to personally thank my son, a Second Lt. in the Marine Corps, for his service and sacrifice to his country, his family and his God. My prayer for my son and all the One Anothers who serve in our military can be summed up in the song, “Thou, O Lord.”

Please enjoy this presentation by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. Click Here

God Bless all our military personnel and God Bless America!

About oneanotherlivinghttp://oneanotherliving.comWhen she isn't writing, speaking or reading Elaine enjoys golf, tennis, hiking, and vacations to the mountains or the ocean. She enjoys football, watching not playing, and the occasional TV mini-series. A night of games and cards with family and friends is a great delight.

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