Learn to let go! A mistake is only a mistake if you don’t learn from it.
Policeman Pulls Baby to Safety, Learns He’s Made Horrible Mistake.
Lt. Jason Short responded to a 911 call about a baby left alone in a car on a hot day. He rushed over to the Keene, New Hampshire, shopping plaza parking lot to check out the situation.
There was a blanket draped over a car seat. Little feet were sticking out from under the blanket.
It was a 90 degree day, so his next course of action seemed obvious. He needed to break a window and rescue the baby. The baby’s skin was blotchy and pale.
Short hit his baton against the window and pulled the baby out of the car seat. He called an ambulance, terrified that the baby was already dead.
The baby’s skin was blotchy and pale. The scene was starting to draw a crowd of concerned onlookers. Short began CPR rescue breaths. Something did not feel right, though.
He pushed his finger to the baby’s mouth and realized the baby was definitely not alive. The baby was an incredibly realistic looking: doll.
Carolynne Seiffert was the owner of the car and the doll. She was getting her hair cut at Super Cuts while her new car’s window was smashed to rescue her doll.
Short told News Reporters, “I would never assume that it’s a doll. I would always assume that it’s a child. I would never do anything different.”
Seiffert purchased this “reborn” doll for $2,300. The doll weighs 10 pounds, 7 ounces and wears real baby clothes.
We found this Story…
I was disowned as a child. I was convinced that no one loved me because I did something wrong, but I didn’t know what I did. No one I knew gave me any love. I was always their problem.
I spent most of my childhood at different family members homes. It was there that I learned about religion. As a 16 year old teenager, I thought if I prayed harder and do more, everything would be ok. I even contemplated suicide.
That’s when our neighbor handed me a Bible and told me that Jesus was the answer to our problems.
God’s method of doing things is completely different from the world’s way.
It requires faith, diligence, and consistency.
1. The first step is to speak God’s Word. Keeping the Word in our mouths at all times is vital because of the creative power of words. Hebrews 10:23 says, “Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering.”
2. The second step is to meditate on God’s Word. Requires a renewing of our minds and a willingness to do things differently. Psalm 1:1-3 says that the man who is empowered to prosper is the one who meditates on the Word day and night.
3.The third step is to act on the Word of God. The scriptures say in James, “Faith without works is dead”, which means it is not enough to simply hear the Word and believe it, but we must also act on it. Faith is a practical expression of our confidence in God and His Word.
The result is success and absolute victory in every area of your life!
- “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” George Bernard Shaw
- “Would you like me to give you a formula for success? It’s quite simple, really. Double your rate of failure.” Thomas Watson
- “Failure doesn’t mean that you’re a failure, it just means that you haven’t succeeded yet.” Robert Schuller
- “Two things stand like stone: Kindness in another’s trouble and courage in your own.” – Adam Lindsay Gordon
- “When they discover the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed to discover they are not it.” – Bernard Bailey
- “Nothing will cook your goose faster than a boiling hot temper!” Unknown
God’s Purpose for You: God knew you before you were even formed in your mother’s womb, and He has a specific plan for your life. Some of you search for fulfillment your whole life and have never found it because you fail to discover you purpose. The first step is the know that God is the Creator of all things. Second step realize your life is not a mere coincidence or a mistake, but a part of God’s plan. Your job while you are here on earth is not to choose your destiny but to discover it.
Do you know what His plan is for your life? Psalm 37:4 says “Delight yourself in the Lord, and He will give you the desires and secret petitions of your heart.”
Bring on the Candy or Not?: We fount at Yahoo the top survival tips to make it through the candy season! October begins the eating season… Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner. If you want to see your feet come January, start by conquering the sugar fest that’s nearly upon us. Here’s your plan for surviving:
- SURVIVAL TIP #1: Toss the candy bowl -People who have snacks within reach when they’re watching TV consume more calories per day overall. But instead of simply relocating the bowl to another table, limit the potential for mindless munching by keeping the candy bagged and in the cupboard.
- SURVIVAL TIP #2: Consume drinks before treats – Drinking 16 ounces of water before a meal fills the stomach, quells hunger, and helps you lose weight, according to a study presented at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society. Just don’t substitute a sugary beverage for the water or this strategy will backfire: A can of soda has more sugar than two Hershey’s Take 5 bars.
- SURVIVAL TIP #3: Work out in the morning – Lifting weights reduces levels of blood sugar by 15 percent for more than 12 hours after you’ve left the gym, according to research from Syracuse University. Why does that matter? Some of the sugar you consume will stay in your blood stream, providing energy to your cells, instead of pitching a tent in your belly.
- SURVIVAL TIP #4: Switch to dark chocolate -It won’t necessarily save you calories, but dark chocolate boasts a bevy of health benefits that milk chocolate can’t claim. Flavonoids in the cocoa help keep your arteries soft, decreasing your risk of cardiovascular disease. And according to new research, a compound called epicatechin might help prevent brain damage from stroke. Keep a bar on hand to nibble on any time you have a craving. Seek out those bars with at least 60% cocoa.
- SURVIVAL TIP #5: Chew gum – Instead of plowing through the chocolates and taffies, throw a big gob of the gum in your mouth. The chewing suppresses cravings, and each piece has only about 15 calories.
- SURVIVAL TIP #6: Don’t hand out your favorite candy – If your favorite candy is Milk Duds, and you’re stocking up to give away Milk Duds, doesn’t it seem likely that you’re going to wind up with a pound of chocolate and caramel in your stomach. Of course! And that’s not even factoring in how many Duds you’ll plow through as they sit on the counter in the days ahead. Choose something less tempting.
- SURVIVAL TIP #7: Keep the candy-calorie load to 400 – The fewer calories you take in during candy season, the better off you’ll be heading into turkey season. So if you worry that you risk overindulgence, set a caloric limit and hold yourself to it. Four hundred is a good number—indulgent yet not overly destructive.
- SURVIVAL TIP #8: Don’t skip dinner -A healthy dinner will take the edge off your candy craving, not to mention temper the blood-sugar rush that converts your body into a flab factory and puts you at risk for diabetes. What you want is a meal rich with fiber and lean protein—think chicken breast with vegetables.