It’s always a good thing to see a touch of nature in the workplace. It lets you breathe in some air of serenity and divinity. It helps you eliminate stress and all kinds of negativity. Thank God for the nature. #EarthDay
Here’s a thought provoking question from a Christian friend/discipler:
If heaven isn’t real, will you still go and follow Christ?
mom’s take on working out:
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Mid-way through a recent group exercise class, the teacher lost me. She didn’t lose me because of some complicated step sequence or insanely long set of burpees; I mentally checked out because of a few words she kept saying over and over. “Come on! Get that body ready for your winter beach vacation! Think about how you want to look at those holiday parties! PICTURE HOW YOU’LL LOOK IN THAT DRESS!”
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Thursday, November 28, 2013 at 8:11PM
I started making a Gratitude list. .got it from Roanna Ruiz of Jam88.3 while on my way to work. She said that according to a study, keeping a ‘thank you’ list makes people happier and more successful…in a Christian’s point of view, it helps us to not forget the great Giver, especially when we are so overwhelmed with so much blessings; it also teaches us to always appreciate the Giver more than the gift. And with this, we can learn to be content as we learn to always look at what we have, and not at what we do not have. Count your blessings. :-)
Psalm 103:2 (ESV) – Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits,
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Hi! As a worship leader, I’ll share something about lining up songs for a Sunday worship service,particularly how many songs would be appropriate for a corporate worship? Now this may not be true or applicable to some, but I’d also like you to think of this. Last Sunday there is this lady who approached me after our worship service,she’s a visitor. Then she said, “You know what, in our church we sing 6 songs for Praise&Worship” and I was like “6 songs?!” Then she said “Yes, 3 Praise songs before the message and 3 worship songs after it, some sort of a response” Then she went on saying “I guess you should try it too” Now in our church, we just sing 2 to 3 songs (1 Praise and 1 or 2 worship) But a couple of years ago, we used to do the same “worship festival” format, sandwiching the preacher’s message, which obviously made the service longer than it ought to be. We later realized that there’s something wrong w/ that. Alright, Praise&Worship is also important as the message but in a way, it should not sugarcoat or lessen the weight of the message by singing more songs and creating emotional stirs at the end. If we put it in a wedding ceremony, Praise & Worship is just the entourage, and the Lord’s message is the ceremony itself. It’s like that. What Praise&Worship does is to prepare the congregation to hear the Lord’s message, then leave the message as it is to them for them ponder on, when they go home, something to reflect on, and not wipe it out by instilling in their last memory the songs that you sang after the message.
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Did you know that “More than half of Nigeriens live on less than $1.25 per day. They struggle in hopeless situations, unable to even supply enough food for their families.”
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God bless us all!