Meditainment: Meditation That Takes You Places

Everyday Something is Revealed

Are you carefully watching and waiting for the promise or have you abandoned your field?

Words are Important

Take care in what you hear and guard more carefully what you speak.

A Mother's Love

Mothers are often esteemed, how often though do we actually stop to appreciate them?.

Reciting Prayer and Remembrance title

God's provision is there. It's only a question of if you'll stop to consider it.

30 Days of Affirmation

Are you running low on your fuel of faith? Here's an opportunity to fill up.

05 December 2013

A Special Thought to Share: Customized Ebooks

Give a Blurb Customized Ebook

It’s that time of the year, and there are probably a lot of gifts on your list. And if you run your own business (even if it’s just you and your blog), you have even more gifts to give. You know, gifts for clients, business partners, vendors, and customers. That gets expensive.

An ecard is a popular choice, but honestly —it’s not much of a gift. Instead, consider giving an ebook made with Blurb for something truly memorable (and economical). Whether it’s your writing, your images, your designs, a selection of your favorite blog posts—or some representation of whatever it is you and your business do—it’s an e-gift that’s all you.

Blurb's ebooks run right on the iPad or in the iBooks app that’s part of Mac OS X Mavericks. For the Apple-free folks on your receiving list, you can create an Instant PDF that’s readable on pretty much every device.

Blurb’s fixed-format ebooks can include text, imagery, links, audio, and video. So you could even include a little office Christmas caroling as an added bonus. Or not; that depends on your singing voice. But a link to your website? That’s a no-brainer.

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And for those really special clients, you can still make a gift they can physically open—a printed book.
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04 December 2013

A Favorable Life Promise: 30 days of Affirmation

A Life of Favor: Promise

Deuteronomy 28:12

The power to lend is a gift. It is brought by the presence of fortune. From favor you acquire a lifestyle beyond compare. And yet favor is not simply riches.

Favor is a precious tool whose presence affords you a door of opportunity in every area. From the scripture, you are blessed in the city, blessed in the fields, all the people shall call you blessed. The reason why? God pours out an opportunity for you to share the gift with others. Even those who don’t yet know God will use statements like “fortune has smiled on you”. Or “favor has made a presence with you”. It stands as a distinguishment of honor. It also reminds that not everyone has this personal gift. So appreciation and gratitude are a simple cost to give willingly.

You have but to Praise the Lord! Hallelujah!

He provides this miracle to you.

I, and my companies, have. To lend toward many interests without borrowing as is provided by the favor of God; His word is my testimony of promise.

He promises you:
Deuteronomy 28:12
(NASB) The LORD will open to you His good storehouse, the heavens, to give you rain to your land in its season and to bless all the work of your hand;

Related Thoughts:

  • Psalm 16:5,6
  • Psalm 37:26
  • John 14:13

03 December 2013

30 days of Affirmation: Redemption

Pardon My Iniquity: A Redeeming Prayer

Psalm 25:5-11

Mistakes and missteps happen. Many times they are simply unavoidable because we are heavily influenced by our surroundings. We become influenced by things we see as natural to the eye. This could be friends, family, and acquaintances. The issue that arises is one of which circumstances, over the course of time, contribute to a state of blindness.

This is makes it the more important to know yourself. In effect to establish your foundation in Christ.

This is a time when every man, individual, has to know of himself and say within himself; I know I've been wrong. I know where I went wrong. I acknowledge my error. And, this is what I’m going to do to handle it.

It begins with an acknowledgment before God. And then the evidence before man. As it is written,

Psalm 25:5
God's Word Translation: For the sake of your name, O Lord, remove my guilt, because it is great.

A Confirming Recitation:

Pardon My Iniquity, for your mercy’s sake O Lord. Remember not the issues of my youth, my indiscretions.
Remember me as you made me to be.

He promises you:

1st John 1:9

(ESV) If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.