God’s love is so wonderful and it’s free and I personally am so grateful for it. Memories of my father reveals God’s love to my as my heavenly father and I’m so grateful for his gift of love. 😀 Continue reading Memories of My Father: The Love Of A Father
The Love Nurture Magazine comes out 3 times a year and I’ve done something entirely different with it, instead of adding other articles and features I just enclosed one success story after another; and give you extracts of other articles in a blog post like this one. Today’s topic is extract number 1… Continue reading Sincerely Frank: First Fruits Blessings (Love Nurture Magazine)
If you’ve been following me for any amount of time you’ll be aware of my passion for creating a residual income and multiple income streams through home based business arena.
You may also be aware of my passion for personal development and this is a must have when considering a home business. Continue reading Why I Chose Worldventures
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“I Thought I Was Infertile…But Contrary to My Doctor’s Prediction I Got Pregnant Twice and Naturally Gave Birth to My Beautiful Healthy Children At Age 43 After Years of “Trying”.
You Can Too! Here’s How…”
Are you struggling to get pregnant? Are you frustrated, or feeling angry for not being able to conceive despite all your efforts?
If you answered yes, then let me tell you that I know exactly how you feel, Continue reading Pregnancy Miracle
‘…Risk your life and get more than you ever dreamed…’
As an Iowa farm boy, Robert Schuller remembers how his dad needed every particle of grain from the previous year’s crop to feed his livestock. Nevertheless, there was always a little corner of the corn bin he refused to touch. When Schuller said, ‘Dad, you still have grain in there,’ his father would reply, ‘That’s next year’s seed.’ And when spring came he planted it. Schuller writes: ‘Suppose he’d Continue reading Going Out on a Limb
Acts 5:29 New International Version (NIV)
“Peter and the other apostles replied: “We must obey God rather than human beings!”
Too often our actions are dictated by a misguided need to please others. We care so much about what they think that with every step we take we look over our shoulder to see whether they’re smiling or frowning.
Understand this: if you’re always looking for people’s approval, you’re not looking where you’re going and eventually you’ll hit a wall or trip over your own two feet. The Bible says, ‘…We ought to obey God rather than men.’ What do you think will happen if you open your mouth and stand up for yourself?
The truth is that people who don’t respect your rights and honour your wishes are not worth your time or effort. Nor are they worthy of a long-drawn-out discussion; just say goodbye! (We’re not talking about your marriage or children.) 😀
When the land became too small for the flocks of Abraham and Lot to graze together, strife broke out. Abraham loved his nephew Lot, but he realised he could no longer live in this situation. So he said, ‘…Please separate from me. If you take the left, then I will go to the right; or, if you go to the right, then I will go to the left’ (Genesis 13:9 NKJV).
How does their story end? Lot chose the best grazing land close to Sodom, and as a result everything he worked for went up in smoke. But Abraham, who always sought to please God, ended up not only being blessed himself, but being a blessing to the nations of the world. So the word for you today is—God wants to set you free from people pleasing.
Taken from UCB Word For Today – UCB Operations Centre, Westport Road, Burslem Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 4JF. Free issues of the daily devotional are available for the UK and Republic of Ireland.
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“The first responsibility of every parent is to build a financial wall around their children” – Jim Rohn.
The following article describes my sentiments exactly:
In cities and towns throughout America, there exist thousands of slave labor camps. Near these camps, which weave in and out of cities and rural communities are settlements where the slaves live. Each morning, these slaves move “herd-like” from their homes and into their assigned places of labor. Each one arrives at his or her station by 7:30 a.m. where they report to their masters for their day’s duties. Then they remain chained to certain tasks until 5:00 p.m. when they are released. These slaves have no choice on how many hours they must labor sometimes they are required to work overtime until their master tells them when they may leave.
Year after year, they are told when to take their vacation, for how long, and when they must return. They have little choice as to how much money they earn. They are allowed very little time for lunch and coffee breaks during these labor hours. They remain in their chains with great fear because the Masters can punish them with the “lay-off” whip. It is said that even some slaves that are good and faithful have felt the sting of the whip. Day by day, year by year, they toil until the master decides that it is time for them to stop working. He then releases them to the retirement camps, where they are forced to sit idle and wait for death. It’s a well-known fact that the old slaves that try to work are sometimes whipped with the “stop-your-pension” whip.
I know these slave camps really exist, for I am a free man who lives among the slaves. I am in business for myself and I answer to no one… I rise in the morning and make my schedule. I decide my own hours; I can even sleep-in late while the slaves are at work. I can vacation when, where, and for how long I please. I am free to take my coffee and lunch break when I decide, and of course I decide my own pay check, because I am not a slave. I can choose to work when and where I please and with whom I please. I am free to stay in the city for as long as I want or to move on to greener pastures if I decide to.
I have seen many slaves trade one master for another, thinking somehow their life will be different. There is a ray of hope for the slave, though. He or she can buy his or her own freedom. The cost is not high, yet it seems high to those who don’t have the courage to pay the price. What is the price? One must be willing to be one’s own master! Author—Chris Carley.
I’ve been listening to Zig Ziglar’s teaching, ‘See you at the top’ where he tells a few stories highlighting the keys to success and the attitude that brings it about. The key attitude is your willingness to do what many others will not do after the height of competition during the week. Zig says: “You don’t pay the price of success you enjoy the price of success!” To enjoy the price of success follow the link here
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Video of a mother shaming her 13-year-old daughter for having a hidden Facebook account has gone viral.
Val Starks found out that her daughter had a secret Facebook account on which she said she was 19 years old and used a photo of herself in a bra as her profile image.
She confronted her daughter about the account and the adult men who had asked to be her friend, bringing up the dangers of Internet predators.
“I just told her how disappointed I was in her and there’s no reason for her to want that kind of attention,” Starks told ABC News.
The Denver mom went on to give her daughter the choice of being spanked or making a video that she would post to Facebook.
“She said she’d rather have a whoopin’, so I chose the latter,” Starks said.
In the video made as a result, which runs more than five minutes, Starks is seen loudly confronting her daughter, making her repeat her real age to the camera. Starks notes that her daughter does not have lingerie, still watches children’s shows and has a bedtime, among other assertions.
The daughter starts crying in the middle of the video, and tried to get out of going to school on Monday, the day after the video was posted, Starks said.
Starks added that she is shocked by how quickly the video has spread and how much support she has received from parents worldwide. In three days, the video has been viewed more than 10 million times.
Starks’ popularity has gone up as well, jumping from having only 45 Facebook friends to more than 5,000 requests two days later. After the surge, Facebook suspended her account temporarily and stopped her from adding any more friends.
In a second video that Starks, a cosmetology student, posted Monday to thank supporters, she said that she is a convicted felon who cannot get a job because of her record. She told ABC News that she spent nearly eight months in jail after being convicted for complicity to traffic marijuana.
She said she told her daughter, “I’m an adult who made a bad decision and I had to suffer the consequences, and I’m still suffering the consequences. And you’re a kid who made a bad decision and there are consequences to that.”
Starks said she first got the idea of posting a shaming video to Facebook when her daughter “got in a little trouble” with the social media site last year when she was “messaging too many boys.”
Facebook’s user agreement states that users must have their real names on the account and not be under 13.
While there have been thousands of messages of support for Starks, she said that she has also gotten comments from people who believe she went too far.
To her critics, Starks said, “It was coming from a place of love.”
“Anybody could have coerced her into meeting her in a park, and she would have thought it was a 13-year-old boy but it [could have been] a grown man who wants to do bodily harm — and the coroners could have been coming to my house,” Starks told ABC News. “I would rather embarrass her and done this than to go to a morgue and verify my child’s body.”
“She’s had issues with Facebook in the past, at least four times in the past,” Starks said. “She spent half of last summer on punishment after being on Facebook, and it wasn’t even half as bad.”The Denver mom told her daughter she didn’t make the film to embarrass her.
“I said, ‘I did this because I love you not because I really wanted to embarrass you,’” she said. “I wanted to make a statement and a stand for all parents that this is not going to be tolerated.”
All I can say is I support Val Starks and as a parent I have done similar when my then 15 year old son (now 20 going on 21)had a facebook account when he was meant to be older before doing so. I saw a post by a female (one of many) who had half her breasts on show and looked like a female predator (it was a head shot). Parents need to be aware of what their children are doing on and off line!
I went on his page to post his real age and warn these girls who looked like women to leave him alone as he is a boy and stated his age. Then shortly after made him discontinue his account until he was older and wiser! Is he wiser, ‘Oh, yes! Do I regret it? Oh, no!”
The bible says (and I’m sticking with the bible):
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it” Proverbs 22:6(KJV). 😀