Closed Doors Blind You

When one door closes, another opens; But we often look so long and so regretfully upon the close door that we do not see the one that has opened for us.
– Alexander Graham Bell

God says, “I will give him the key to the house of David – the highest position in the royal court. When he opens doors, no one will be able to close them; when he closes doors, no one will be able to open them.”  – Isaiah 22:22

Giving Out of Need VS Giving Out of What’s Left

in_God_we_trustI have always thought of myself as a giving person but do I really trust God to provide? After reading this devotion I did a heart check and realized I almost always wait to give till I can give off the top.  I almost never give when I need the item or money I have.  Hmmmm? Take a look around you – everything you have, be Continue reading

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Need to slim down fast, here are 5 tips from Women’s Health and Fitness magazine.

  • Make sure one of your meals each day is raw vegetables.
  • Don’t drink anything c arbonated – it can bloat you
  • Drink a ton of water – then drink some more.  It’ll help keep you full and prevent you from retaining water.
  • Minimize carbs – no potatoes, rice or pasta
  • Walk for 20 minutes twice a day

Between the exercise, the vegetables and the water You’ll lose the weight in no time!

Happy Birthday General Manger, Dwyan Calvert! Other events that have happened on this day:

  1. On this day in 1964, Prince Edward, the youngest son of Queen Elizabeth, was born.
  2. Today is National Healthy Office Day
  3. Alexander Graham Bell made the first telephone call on this date in 1896.
  4. Actor Chuck Norris, TV’s “Walker, Texas Ranger,” is 69 today
    The Salvation Army was created on this day in 1880.
  5. On this date in 1775 a company hired Daniel Boone to cut a road through the wilderness to the Kentucky River.