Archive for January, 2013
Jesus was the master Multi-Level Marketer. As an online marketer, I love the Multi-Level Marketing business model. MLM has the potential for explosive growth if the product being marketed is a good one. Read the rest of this entry »
Many of us wonder what lot we are supposed to fill in life. We ponder the ministry gift God has entrusted us with and we wonder when we will be “called” to step out into that ministry. Read the rest of this entry »
Overcoming the impossible is a challenge laid before every Christian in one way or another. Most of the time, when facing a situation or circumstance that we’ve never faced before, we feel awkward and a bit clumsy. It takes time for us to become proficient and comfortable at handling new tasks or responsibilities. Read the rest of this entry »
Gods Word, when focused upon, produces freedom from cares and concerns. Life, for the Christian contains many distractions. We live in a day and age where information surrounds us in abundance. We are bombarded with all sorts of stimulation, some positive and some negative.
To live lives that are pleasing to God, we must put on blinders and focus in on Gods Word to the exclusion of most of the stimuli we encounter on a daily basis.
In the field of horseracing, many racehorse trainers believe that blinders keep a racehorse focused on what’s in front of him, encouraging him to pay attention to the race rather than distractions such as crowds. Read the rest of this entry »
My wife just sent me an Instant Message to let me know that she broke her glasses. Her plan is to get off work about 30 minutes early today and stop in at the Optometrist’s office on her way home to check on getting a new pair. We did the budget last night and needless to say, we didn’t work broken glasses into the budget. No big deal right? Read the rest of this entry »
Truth cannot remain suppressed. Truth always rises to the top. With time, truth will always be revealed.
There are no perfect people. There are no perfect Christians. We all make mistakes, wrong choices, or just out and out lie. Read the rest of this entry »