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Aug12

Just Be You

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There is no one like you. There has never been and never will be anyone like you. No one can take your place.  You are invaluable and irreplaceable. You are unique, distinctive, and one of a kind.  You are one out of seven billion.  Be the best you that you can be. The one God made you to be. Oscar Wilde once stated, “Be yourself, everyone is taken.”  Be an original, don’t die a cheap copy. Pull off the mask, and for once be you. It’s a great day to be you!

 

Aug12

Sow Where You Want To Go!

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 You’ve heard of the Law of Physics and the Law of Gravity, well there is another law that is even more important; the Law of Sowing and Reaping. This is a universal law that whatever you sow, you will reap. God is not a respecter of person but He is a respecter of principles.  One of the first things God told Noah after the flood was recorded in Genesis 8:22. (NIV)

22 “As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.”

On that day God set a law in motion that seed time and harvest would never cease. The question is how does the seed time and harvest law works? It’s simple!

Seed + Time =Harvest

You plant a seed, give it some time and then expect a harvest.  The seedtime harvest principle has worked in my life and in the life of many other seed sowing believers. I highly recommend that you start sowing seeds of love, encouragement, prayers and finances.  The seedtime harvest principle will work if you work it.  Sow where you want to go!

 

Aug12

That’s Quotabe by Howard Schultz

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There are moments in our lives when we summon the courage to make choices that go against reason, against common sense and the wise counsel of people we trust. But we lean forward nonetheless because, despite all risks and rational argument, we believe that the path we are choosing is right and best thing to do. We refuse to be bystanders, even if we do not know exactly where our actions will lead.”

Howard Schultz,  Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life without Losing Its Soul