Can you meet these 2, challenges?

We’ve seen this with the letters out of order, but this is the first time we’ve seen it with numbers.  If you can read this OUT LOUD you have a strong mind.
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Down But Not Out

Down But Not Out

We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed… ~ 2 Corinthians 4:8-9

As a Christian, when something bad happens to you, you may still cry, but you feel comforted inside. You cannot be completely distressed because Christ in you is the Prince of Peace who says to you, “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

He says to you, “It will all be all right. I will provide a way out for you.”  “Hope” in the Bible means a definite, positive expectation of good.

So Christ in you is the definite, positive expectation of a glorious marriage!

Christ in you is the definite, positive expectation of a glorious family! Christ in you is the definite positive expectation of glorious health! Christ in you is the definite positive expectation of a glorious life!

5 Colors You Need for a Happy Home

5 Colors You Need for a Happy Home

From House Beatiful and Olivia Heath

Happy Home? According to an Interiors Experts a fresh coat of paint can make all the difference. We already know how colors can influence our mood and equally reflect our personality, but when it comes to decorating the home, what are the best colors to use to evoke feelings of joy and happiness?

The five colors:

  1. Yellow can be overpowering, so allow yellow accents to shine against a sophisticated grey backdrop.
  2. Green is calming and soothing connotations will bring contentment to your life.
  3. Blue is a calming, serene color that, even in its bolder forms, is considered beneficial to the mind and body.
  4. (Surprise) “Pale pink reflects love, warmth and sensitivity.
  5. Red is a bold and confident shade, and “studies show that red raises the heart rate and induces emotion, so it is ideal for energetic homeowners who like to get things done,”

For the full Article Go Here.

Fitness Advice You’ll Want to Take

Fitness Advice You’ll Want to Take

There are a lot of voices shouting fitness advice from the rooftops, but not a lot of it that you actually want to follow.

While fitness (and diet, nutrition, sleep — heck, health, for that matter) is incredibly personal, and definitely not “one-size-fits-all”.

Here are seven recommendations you could find pretty easy to accept:

Just Do It For 20 Minutes … while not as effective as 40 minutes of exercise, has been shown to lower body weight and fat, increase fitness and lower potential markers for type 2 diabetes risk.

Take Days Off – There are very good reasons to take time off from training. Over-exercising can mess with everything..

Find A Form Of Fitness You Love – If there’s one surefire way to continue dreading your exercise then don’t do it … instead, find something you truly enjoy!

Stop Doing Crunches – Let’s settle this one once and for all: Crunches is not the path to six-pack abs. Because Core Strength is essential to balance, stability and power in your arms and legs. Instead, try plank.

Caffeinate Does even need explain, It give a jolt for stamina and endurance. Coffee or Tea, Your call.

Sleep In – Skimping on sleep to exercise may actually put your health at risk. If you’re short on sleep, you experience higher levels of inflammation and a decrease in the hormones that help you lose fat and stabilize your appetite.

Drink Chocolate MilkP – It is a pretty solid combination of the carbs and protein your body needs while recovering from a workout. Recent research gives us permission to feel like a kid again. (In moderation, of course!)