Tuesday, July 29, 2008

24 Hours

If you had only 24 hours left to live, how would you spend it?
With family and friends? Getting back at a someone who did you wrong?
Would you spend it in prayer, asking for forgiveness, righting all wrongs?
Would you weep, would you mourn? Demand answers? Kick and scream or embrace
it with open arms? Are you ready to leave this world and travel the unknown?
Are you sure of where you will end up when our Savior returns? How would you
spend your last 24 hours?

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Get Paid!

Need to ease the gas crisis or get a little extra grocery money? Ok ya'll I have the help. (Don't quit your day job though) Cash crate pays you money to do surveys. It's their way of marketing to get you to buy their products. The catch is they will wave money in your face because they are sooo sure you will love their product/offer that you will try it and tell all of your friends. I will admit some offers are nice but I'm doing it for the money only. Tell your friends and give them your url link and start making a few bucks off of them as well. It might not pay you rent but it could pay for your gas for the entire month if you get your referrals to help. Check it out. Read the Q's & A's and join the community forum for tips and help. http://cashcrate.com/621042

Tuesday, July 22, 2008


My mom and I were talking about how we all have issues/strongholds that we need to take to the alter. Some of us may not know it or choose not to believe it but there is something in our lives that prevent maximum growth. It could be something as small as not following a task through or having too many tasks on your plate at once! Nevertheless we must realize what they are and work towards releasing it. It starts with taking self-inventory and wanting to reach your full potential. Next you have to seek the help/advice you need to accomplish and release, whether it be a friend, counselor, or pastor. The enemy finds a way to kill, steal and destroy all that's in his path. The smallest things could have the biggest adverse effect on you and how you handle certain situations. Waking up a noon everyday or skipping breakfast might seem small or unimportant, but those two things have negative strongholds that could be preventing your maximum growth and potential. The saying, 'don't sweat the small stuff', is not a quote you should follow in this case. It's the small stuff that satan uses to destroy or simply use as a weight in our lives. Make a change, sweat even the small stuff and realize what is your strongholds!


God never meant for life to be stressful and undesirable. We know that satan came to kill, steal, and destroy. But Jesus came so that we may have life and life more abundantly, so with that being said, enjoy every part of your life. We all have that task or two that we hate to do. Is it house work, errands or going to work? Why do we approach tasks with such humdrum and animosity? Did you know that you can enjoy even the unpleasurables? The first thing we must do is embrace the thought and claim it. Change your mindset. Go into that tasks expecting something great! Expect a word from God while sweeping, working, driving, etc! Not only will you get that word from God you are seeking, it will also make that unpleasureable task somewhat enjoyable!

Monday, July 21, 2008


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Monday, July 14, 2008


This is Crown Fountain at Millenium Park. It's a great place for children of all ages! The faces are of local Chicagers. Hope to see you here in 09!

Take a look at Fantasia and Jennifer Hudsons performance and the fireworks grand finale!
"> During The Taste, vendors and patriots come from all over Illinois to advertise their restaurant or just simply eat at The Taste. It is great advertisement and exposure and the variety of cuisines are great! Take a look at the massive crowd! I always have a hard time coming back to Atlanta after this event. It doesn't compare.

The Chicago Tribune did a preview of different foods at The Taste of Chicago. Outside of the regular pizza, corn on the cob, turkey leg, shrimp etc, they previewed a few of the more exotic non traditional foods. Click the link to check some of the dishes out.