Tuesday, March 29, 2011



Two people come together and make one flesh. A man and a woman join together for many reasons. Communication and interaction can lead to magic in the air that is not easily forgotten. Some say they see stars and are taken into a new atmosphere when intercourse occurs. But do you really know who the person on the receiving/accepting end is?

How important is relationship to you? What would it take for you to be happy, concerning someone you intend to spend the rest of your life with? Would money do it? Would good looks do it? How about a great career—would that do it? Maybe you are just looking for a good man to treat you like a lady, the way a lady is supposed to be treated. Then again, maybe it’s not a good man you are looking for. Maybe it’s just a lady, someone that would support you and be by your side. In this short but sweet letter, let’s see if this is what you want out of life.

Would you like to have intercourse with God? Are you willing to get pregnant and carry God’s baby? What if it were possible for you to actually have intercourse with God? Yes, God! The creator of all things, the all-knowing God. Yes. What if you had a chance to go on a date with him, married him, slept with him, had intercourse, got pregnant, carried his baby for nine months, and then had his baby? I hope you don’t mind because He already has a big Son.

You probably think I am out of my mind. How can anyone get pregnant from God? And if this could ever happen, what would your friends say? If they asked you who the father of your baby is, what would you say? God? Could you imagine the distance you would get from your friends and family with this foolishness that you are pregnant from God? I know. It sounds way out of line. Besides, Mary already had His only begotten Son.

But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise.
(1 Corinthians 1:27)

So, what is intercourse? It’s an interaction, the combined or reciprocal action of two or more things that have an effect on each other and work together. So the question is whether it’s possible to interact with the Great God Almighty?

Place yourself in this for just a moment. Say this was you speaking:
I’m a young lady; maybe I am a middle-aged person or even elderly. (Even if you are a male, there is no funny business about this; just put yourself in this for a moment.) It was a bright and sunny day. I decided to take a stroll in the local park. While sitting on one of the benches minding my own business, the most handsome man you could ever imagine comes and sits next to me. Every part of my body started to sheave and tinkle. Yes! Remember when you were in high school and there was a boy/girl that you liked? Remember how you felt? How you said you wanted to go on a date with this guy/girl, and then you would go to great lengths to get to know him/her?

All of these thoughts started going through your mind while you were sitting on the bench next to this handsome man. You then decided to make a move and say something. The conversation went okay. You then thought to yourself, He is not only handsome, but I believe he is also intelligent. I think I hit the jackpot. After getting to know him for a while, he then asks you out on a date. You say “Yes.” You wouldn’t miss this opportunity for anything.

1 John 4:12 says, No man hath seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwelled in us, and his love is perfected in us.

If God is who we believe Him to be, then everything was created and manifested by Him. Don’t you agree?

Ask yourself some questions: Is there any limit to what God can do? Is there any limit to what He can say? Is there any limit to how far He would go to get His point across? He said before He comes back again, the gospel will be preached to all; however, He did not specify what type of methods would be used. Could it be intercourse?

Matthew 24:14 says, And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in the entire world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. I know you want more, but sorry, you going to have to wait, this is just a snick preview of what’s to come, can’t give you everything yet. But if you go to http://www.carlmathis.com and ask Carl for a copy he might just let you have a free pre-release copy.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2011


Let’s simplify this. What you think about the most will eventually be the dominant force in your thinking capability. This will be the result of which direction you are going to take, or whether you will accept the situation and move forward with your life.

Choose something that makes you smile and makes you happy--then think about it on a daily basis.

Realize that you are not the only one with unfortunate situations and circumstances. In most cases, your situation may be small compared to others. Everyone has some kind of challenge in their life. Everybody is busy with their own life. So you too need to come to the conclusion that it’s all up to you and only you. You have the ability inside of you that can enable you to achieve anything you want or need; all you have to do is use that ability.

For too long you have neglected to do so. Maybe you were ignorant in your thinking. That means you just don’t know, but help is here right now. I want you to overcome your struggles so you can achieve your God-ordained greatness.

Here is how this works.

A thought is a seed that is planted into your mind. Just like anything that is planted, it needs food, or fertilizer to grow. Concerning the mind, the fertilizer allows that thought to linger and fester in your mind. It simply continues to grow. So if the thought is a negative one, it will grow into something that is negative.

You don’t want that to happen.

Therefore, always choose to do something different, but positive; something unusual, but productive for you. Be aggressive in growing your brain and its ability to think increasingly better thoughts that will result in increasingly better choices. Make it a habit to constantly challenge your habits.

Everything begins with a thought, and the desire of wanting to do something brings that thought into play. In other words, if you want to do something very badly, eventually you will find some way to bring it into reality.

Through that desire, action then takes over and makes that thought come into reality. However, in the end, the only thing that counts is action, because action is what makes everything a reality. You can’t achieve anything without any action in your life. Faith without works is dead and any desire requires an action.

You need to know that achievement is the result of your own capability. If you want to resolve any situation, you must act accordingly. However, if you do nothing and wait, thinking someone will come and give you a hand out, chances are they will not come; as a result, you will be left all alone, wondering what happened.

You are not bound by or to your thoughts or your way of thinking. In fact, the choice that you make is the critical element in how and what you will think in the future and what choices will be readily available to you. Choose as you will and it is inevitable that you will become the person you really want to be, living the life you really want to live.

Your thoughts turn into words, so watch your thoughts. They most certainly become your words.

Reality says that there are positives and negatives in all situations. Disappointments, setbacks, losses, and even winnings are all part of life. Accepting the situation and moving forward generates from your thoughts. So be careful of what you say.

Motivation speaker/author Carl Mathis
Author of Life is what you make it - seven steps to moving forward.
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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Author writes second book to inspire others

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Author writes second book to inspire others: By Gary Alan Ruse


Cutler Bay resident Carl Mathis, a minister and elder at Holy Ghost Tabernacle Ministries in Goulds, brought out his first book in March of last year after overcoming a personal tragedy. That book was Life Is What You Make It: Build a Better Life for You and Your Family.

“When I lost my wife in December of 2005, my life took a dramatic turn for the worse,” Mathis said. “Trying to raise three boys while grieving was not an easy task, so in a sense, I could sympathize with someone who may need to know that if I could tread the path of difficulty and come out victorious, they could also.”

His new book, Life Is What You Make It: Seven Steps to Moving Forward, will be published on Aug. 17 by Tate Publishing. The 104-page paperback will be available through Amazon.com and other booksellers.

“As I look around I see so many people who have lost a loved one or somebody who is close to them, and they are having such a difficult time coping with the separation that I felt compelled to share my story in an attempt to help someone else to overcome and move forward as I did.”

Although drawn from the challenges of his personal sorrow and fears, Mathis’s debut volume was primarily an inspirational book telling people not to give up on their dreams. The new book deals more with the grief process and how to survive it and prevail.

“My first book was generally geared to motivate anyone who needs encouragement and motivation in such a time as this,” Mathis said. “However, although everyone could benefit from reading this new book, the primary theme is to share how I was able to lift the burden and stressful thoughts and move on with my life. I am hoping that my story and how I did it could help someone in a similar situation.”

Mathis also writes feature stories for his church’s monthly newsletter, The Royal Chronicle; teaches bible classes, and spends time volunteering with Shepherd’s Care, an outreach program designed to help those in need and the homeless. Mathis also is furthering his theological studies through the National Alliance of Progressive Churches.

The book’s publisher describes Life Is What You Make It as a book that “will teach you how to overcome any crippling situation you find yourself in and stimulate personal and spiritual growth by accepting the situation, taking responsibility, conditioning your mind, choosing to make right decisions, building a team, believing, and defining the new normal.”

When you purchase the book you also get a free audio download of the book.

For more information about the book, visit Mathis’ website at www.carlmathis.com or www.Amazon.com.