Showing posts from June, 2011

You may lose the Fight, but you’re winning the Battle.

Have you ever felt like you are between a rock and a hard place; your back is up against the wall with no way out? How about the pressure of life is weighing you down, and you felt like life dealt you a bad deal; have you ever felt like that?

Having to face a giant in attempt to move forward can be frightening, however we can choose to stand our ground and fight for our future, or run and hide, the choice is ours to make.

Coming face to face with our adversity is healing for the soul that yearns for help. When you reach to the point that you could speak about a past experience that injured you, and the many things that are concealed without resolve because of fear, label as a failure.

As difficult as the task might be to open your self to others, reaching out to God and others can be a step closer to being healed, and relinquish living a life of fear or being alone.

Commit your self to seek what’s needed to cure and heal your difficult situation. Seek qualified professionals in thei…

Thirst for Life: A Gift from Above.

Finding your purpose to push a little further makes you appreciate waking up to see another day. When you find that reason, you see the importance of the steps to survive a longer and prosperous life.

Be thankful, it will help you to stay focus on the positive things that will be beneficial to you, and reminds you that there is always a confidence in hope that the impossible will become possible.

When you have a sense of purpose, it helps you to revive and become a better person. This life that we live is not a forever-lifetime, it’s shorter than we realize. However, eternity is a life time.
According to Psalm 90:10 of the Holy Bible, the writer writes, Seventy years are given to us! Some even live to eighty. But even the best years are filled with pain and trouble; soon they disappear, and we fly away.
Petty things should not consume your time, for this gift of life that was given to you is so precious, you should be glad and rejoice each and every day of your life.

Your Calling: Finding that Passion again.

To value the potential wrapped up in your calling, will take seeing your ministry as a spiritual counterpart to an old-time country doctor. This qualify country doctor does he duties of delivering babies, saw children through their growing up years, give them preventative shots, cures their fevers, listened to their dreams, help them through puberty and pimples, taught them the facts of life, attend their weddings, deliver their children and then started the cycle again for the new generation.
However, he was often frustrated by his failures, underpaid by his patients, poorly equipped by technology and not especially viewed as an important professional by his peers in big city hospitals.
But as he live his life, he had the incredible joy of knowing he save Tim’s life, brought Margie and her baby through difficult labor, sat up all night as Granny changed worlds and prescribe healing medicine to make Jack feel better in a few days.
Your calling has a similar impact on caring out the mi…


If there was a way that you could catch time and make it slow down for your purpose, its possibility that when the end of your road come calling your name, your note book of your life occurrences just may not be empty. However, you must make life your priority to maintain its quality and integrity.
Time, is like a NASCAR on its last lap about to finish the race in first place. It’s not waiting for anyone to catch up. Whether we do something with our life or not, time is constantly moving at a rapid pace, uncontrollable, but yet controlled by no one but itself.
You go to sleep, you go for a swim, you walk, or you watch television etc, time is a nonstop procedure.
In the blink of an eye your life could be taking away from you. Yes, we know that there is a starting point and an ending point to our life, but if I open your notebook of what you accomplished and read your accomplishments, did the value increase in all that God entrusted you with. O how many times…