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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

The Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue.

I am still thinking back to Sunday night and Oprah’s life class and when I had my Aha moments!  Oprah had Pastor Joel Osteen talking about the power of “I AM”. That life class and sermon has changed my life and I would like to share what I have learned with you.

The Power of “I AM” many times we don’t realize how it’s affecting our future. Here is the principle, what follows the “I AM” will come looking for you. You are inviting it into your life.

Sometimes we speak, not being aware that the very thing we say out of our mouths could cause dramatic situations in our lives or the lives of others. How many times have we spoken things into existence, and wondered later about the very thing that manifested and wonder why and how we knew it.  We go through life day after day saying things about others and about ourselves not knowing and unaware of the words that are going out into the atmosphere to complete what we have spoken.

The Power is in our tongue then we should be able to speak to that mountain and it shall be moved, We should be able to speak to that bad situation in our lives and it shall be moved. We need not speak of the problem, but speak what the word says about whatever situation we go through, by speaking the solution through the word.

When we feel down we should speak and say That “I am” more than a conqueror through Christ Jesus that strengthens me.

We must learn to speak positive into one another's lives, the enemy tries to get us to speak negative into our lives through using mind battles, Making you think that you are not worthy or defeated, broke and disgusted with the world, sick and tired of life he wants you to be defeated and speak negative.

There are people who make “ministries” out of criticizing everybody else and they momma. But most people who judge others who actually doing something are the ones who are doing nothing themselves.
The word of GOD calls us to build up others, esteeming them more highly than ourselves. Avoid people who constantly criticize others so their negative comments will not rob you of godly enthusiasm.

“I AM’ who GOD say’s I AM, I AM not meant to be like anyone else. Don’t invite weakness, jealousy, low self esteem, envy, stupidity, dumbness, ugliness, etc,.

“Comparing ourselves to others is an act of violence against ourselves” #lifeclass@oprah

"Life is not over after a disappointment". -Joel Osteen #Lifeclass

If we could just change our thinking. Lets start speaking positive, and renewing our
minds daily.

I AM …… 
Blessed,Smart,Confident,Happy,Healthy,Optimistic,Child of GOD,Awesome,Young,Strong,Attractive,Loved,

Pastor Joel Osteen's Full Sermon "The Power of 'I Am'" - Oprah's Lifecla...

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Race Baiting Liberal Style

Do liberals and democrats actually believe what they are saying? Or just trying to score political points? Scare minorities? According to them all Republicans are evil, racist, hate gays, anti-woman, and anti-poor. Just imagine me a black gay republican! I drive liberals crazy.  Every time a republican criticizes President Obama and his polices they are branded a racist. The main stream media keeps saying watch out for “code words” & “dog whistles” of racism. For some strange reason only people on the left can hear these “code words &“dog whistles”.
When MSNBC’s Chris Matthews reached all the way back to Regan-era comments about “welfare queens” in his rants about alleged Republican racism. Thinking back to my political hero President Nixon, the phrase “law and order” was supposed to be a racial “code word” rather than an expression of genuine concern about rising crime. I am not na├»ve and I have not been brainwashed. Certainly, many political issues have genuine racial implications but by insisting that any discussion of taxes, welfare, crime, marriage equality, or illegal immigration is based on bigotry is absurd.
Democrats accuse Republicans like Mr. Romney and Paul Ryan for “ignoring” the poor and gutting social programs for the poor. Then they insist Republicans who mention welfare reform do so not because they take poverty seriously, but because they are racists.
Never mind that there are more white Americans are on welfare than African Americans. Or that welfare reform has been a celebrated plank of the Democratic Party for years now.
What liberals hope to do is make any discussion on any issue they know they are losing on about race. Bring up food stamps(code word)? Wanna talk about wlfare (dog whistle)? Say that President isn’t doing a good job or his polices aren’t working (racial sterotypes).  But here is the problem: the only real racial code words’ and ‘dog whistles’ are actually the terms ‘racial code word’ and ‘dog whistles’. These words are nothing more than Democrats and Liberals wanting to have the ability to call someone a racist without actually having to say so. They do this because it allows them to introduce race, infer racism, and plant the idea that someone is a racist or in my case voting against myself interest without a shred of evidence to support that idea.
I have been called so many vile and ignorant names for being a republican and the name callers have been democrats, liberals and other minorities. And I’m not saying that racist are NOT in the republican party, racist exist in all political parties and of all different backgrounds.

Friday, October 19, 2012

Letting Go!

In Deuteronomy 7:1-2, GOD instructed His people to utterly destroy their enemies. They were to show no mercy. When GOD tells us it is time to show no mercy. When GOD tells us it is time to deal with our negative, faithless attitudes, it is time to throw away our excuses. No more rationalizing, "Well everybody else is negative; why should I be different?" 
   Get some things over with in your life today by letting go and move forward. Get rid of bad habits and negative attitudes and move on with the future God has for you.Don't let self or others distract you from your vision or purpose in life. Everyone is not meant to be apart of the vision because they can't see or understand the vision. Pray:"Lord, please help me to change. Show me the root of my problem and how to get over it. I want positive changes in my life".

It is important to be sincerely sorry if we do something wrong, but it doesn't help anybody for us to openly mourn over everything that is wrong with us. We will never mature in our faith if we stay angry at ourselves and others. 
We are to repent of our sin, receive forgiveness of it, and then forget it. We must mot drag memories of our old behavior around with us all the time. Sooner or later we have to let go and say, "Well, I made a mistake because I am just an old cracked pot". Then we must let GOD'S light shine through the holes in our surface.
 Use memories and don't let memories use you.


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

the second presidential debate

The Second presidential debate has ended and each side has declared their candidate the victor!!!!
I call it a draw and I think the loser of the night was civility and here is why.

President Obama would come out of his corner with fight from the very start, in an effort to mitigate the self-inflicted damage resulting in a seismic shift in national polls.
His objective was to deliver a seminal performance that would win on all marks; including substance and style, while still maintaining his likability. In the other corner, Mitt Romney, who had been undergoing intense debate prep. had his fight strategy: simply make the case he will improve the economy and create more jobs than his opponent has. “The middle class is getting crushed by the policies of a president who does not understand what it takes to get the economy working again,” Mr. Romney would say in one exchange.
Obama pounced on Romney each time he sniffed an opportunity to accuse him of making up facts The level of tension was at it’s highest during a heated exchange on energy production. The two candidates appeared to square up against each other violating each other’s personal space
When responding to a question posed to President Obama from a voter who supported him in the last election but expressed he was “not as optimistic” as he was four years ago, Romney landed some tough blows by reminding viewers “He said by now we would have unemployment at 5.4 percent, but we are 7.8 percent. If you do the math, the difference equals out to nine million Americans…. He says he has created five million jobs, but only after losing 5 million jobs. There were 32 million Americans in food stamps when he took office, now there is 47 million.”
On and on, Romney listed other examples of failed promises and woeful economic results to make his point.  Romney landed devastating kidney punches to the gut, upper cuts to the glass jaw President Obama didn’t know he had, and finished the flurry with pounding haymakers to the face.
All President Obama could volley back at him were defensive jabs that came by way of charges that Romney was deliberately distorting his record, but the president offered no new plans or strategies to reverse the dismal economic reality other than the threaten he desires to raise taxes on those earning more than $250 thousand.
Candidates sparred over other issues that had gone unaddressed in the previous debate such as energy, Libya and women’s issues. A particular policy exchange of note was on the matter of immigration reform. Prefacing his comments by stating “first of all this is a nation of immigrants, we welcome immigrants” Romney did much to dispel the hardline the Obama campaign had straddled him with.
It was a prizefight for the ages that certainly gave the people their money’s worth. It was confrontational, cringe worthy and even petty at times. There was fast action, hostile and heated repartees, and there was even an inappropriate intervention by the “moderator” on a question dealing with Libya. In the final count, while it appeared that Mr. Obama’s performance was clearly more animated and lively, his fight was defensive – throwing shots at Romney and rattling off excuses for four bad years of economic results. The president barely offered any solutions and plans to the American voter on how exactly he would improve the economy other than to point to the same tired and ineffectual policies.
And while Romney did not score style points either by readily engaging in testy exchanges throughout the night. Mr. Romney made it patently clear there was only one protagonist in last night’s death match who understood that this election will be judged primarily on who offers real and concrete plans to increase jobs, growth and prosperity.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Don't Call it a comeback Mr. Romney wins the 1st debate

Last night Mr. Romney made the case for how he will get America back on track. The former Massachusetts Governor laid out a conservative vision for America in a way that far surpasses previous speeches, ads, and interviews. Last night Mr. Romney delivered his best campaign performance on the biggest stage of the campaign.

CNN/Opinion Research poll released after the debate showed 67 percent of viewers thought Mr. Romney won, while just 25 percent said the same of President Obama.
And a CBS poll showed 46 percent of undecided voters said Mr. Romney won, compared to 22 percent President Obama won.

President Obama didn’t get a chance to get his big talking points in last night. Mr. Obama wouldn’t mention Bain Capital, Romney’s “47 percent” comments. And I found it surprising he only mentioned Osama Bin Laden once. President Obama seemed predisposed with not engaging too much with Mitt Romney. Obama was clearly not having a good time on stage. His head was down when Romney was talking; his responses were halting at times. President Obama even conceded some points to Gov. Romney on issues like deficit reduction.

Mr. Romney, on the other hand was more direct, concise, and clear, establishing a contrast with the president while making the case for why he is better equipped to lead America. During the debate, Romney tore through reams of statistics about job creation, the #1 concern of voters amid 43 straight months of unemployment over 8 percent.

In a debate lacking any truly memorable events, one big, colorful yellow moment did stand out to me. "I'm going to stop the subsidy to PBS," Romney said. "I like PBS, I love Big Bird. Actually, like you, too. But I'm not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from China to pay for."

The only person who had a worse night than President Obama was Sesame Street's Big Bird.