Thursday, June 23, 2011

You want success


you are programmed for failure!

According to the Business world, you have about 4 per cent chance to be successful. According to Statistics on marriage, you have less than 50% chance to be successful. According to Statistics on almost any part of life, you have very little chance to be (what we would call successful).

Is there a better way?
First, lets take a look at our Education. If we have graduated form High School we have spent approximately 14,000 hours in the classroom. If we complete 4 years of College, it is another 5,000 hours in the classroom for a total of 19,000 hours. 
What have we learned?  See my other blog post.

               Yes, there is a better way!

After what Beth and I have been through, See about us but we know from experience that there is a better way.

No we have not, nor will we ever achieve the perfect success, but it is already way beyond what it would be if we were still drifting though life. Leading to a Better Life!

We are grateful for the opportunity to serve.

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Friday, June 10, 2011

Life's little reminders!

Invisible InkImage by rmkoske via FlickrA couple of months ago,  A Face Book friend asked me two questions.
  1. Are you a seasoned Christian?
  2. What have you observed through your lifetime?

Life is like a mirror; we get the best results when we smile at it.

Birthdays are good for you -- the more you have, the longer you live.

How can you tell when you run out of invisible ink?

 Speaking English causes Heart Problems?

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Saturday, May 14, 2011

Living in Faith #2

I like humor. It is good for our health and disposition. I am amazed constantly how closely Words we hear in jest relates right back to the Bible. 

For example, this joke really parallels many experiences in my life, but I would really rather compare this to one in the Bible.

Take Moses for an example.

The new King had taken over, and he was afraid that the Israelite population was
getting to large and could prove to be a threat to his Kingdom. This new King
did not know about Joseph.

The story in Exodus chapters 1 and; 2. tells us that the King commanded that
all the new male babies were to be killed. He thought that this would stop the
growth in the population of the Israelites. He did many other things to make
it hard on them, but God made him pay.

Do you remember the story? Mom put Moses in a basket in the reeds of the river.
The King's daughter found him and Named him Moses. The King's daughter hired
a Hebrew women to nurse the babe and paid her. Guess who the woman was.
The babe's real mother! Not only was her baby saved, but she was paid to take care
of her own child during the time that all other Israelis newborn boys were being killed.

This is just like:

  • Proverbs 13:22
    A good person leaves an inheritance for their children’s children, but a sinner’s wealth is stored up for the righteous.
    Proverbs 13:21-23 (in Context) Proverbs 13 (Whole Chapter) 
  • Ecclesiastes 2:26Torah inside of the former Glockengasse synago...Image via Wikipedia
    To the person who pleases him, God gives wisdom, knowledge and happiness, but to the sinner he gives the task of gathering and storing up wealth to hand it over to the one who pleases God. This too is meaningless, a chasing after the wind. Ecclesiastes 2:25-26 (in Context) Ecclesiastes 2 (Whole Chapter)
 Do you need Healing?    

Do you need Financial Help? 

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    Wednesday, February 2, 2011

    Young learn from the old - (Wisdom)(Good & Bad)

    When I was a teenager, I could not see how my dad got where he was when he was so dumb.

    I started to see Dad's wisdom when I arrived into my mid 20's.

    I am now 73 and still learning dad's wisdom even though he went to
    be with the Lord 15 years ago.

    See it in action!!

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