Monthly Archives: July 2010

To the Point

As I reflect on events that have happened over the last two weeks or so, I can’t help but think that today’s entry should be short and sweet. My faith is unwavering and every single day I find a way … Continue reading

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It’s not about being Good

What do you think God expects from you? You might think, He expects me to be good. Well, that’s not entirely true. He knows we can’t be “good” all the time, but He expects that His goodness will shrine through … Continue reading

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Get Excited!!

About LIFE!  If you want to enjoy life, show some passion! Get up out of bed, get motivated, and start enjoying yourself. Live a little! Live a lot! You can decide to change your attitude and start to enjoy life, or you … Continue reading

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Self Image

Sundays, for the most part, are my day of reflection and sometimes I turn to Joyce [Meyer] for some good word and praise. This particular sermon is about self-image. It’s what I’m listening to now and thought I would pass it … Continue reading

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Get Comfortable with God

God proved his love for us through His Son, who died for our sins. But, for some reason, it’s sometimes hard to carry on a conversation with Him. We can be so distant. We need to get comfortable with God. … Continue reading

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Comfort/Reward/YOU

People sometimes become unhappy in life because they lose sight of their purpose. Jesus said he died so that we could enjoy our lives. Considering the suffering He went through, the very LEAST we can do is possess an attitude … Continue reading

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Be All You Can Be

It’s exciting to start something new and it takes a great person of God to follow through to the end. To be people of integrity, we not only need to start things but we must also “be all we can … Continue reading

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