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January 2008 Newsletter: Some Things to Consider

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Some Things to Consider


We had a great year in 2007, we saw hundreds accept Christ in the prisons and were able to minister to more than 600 individuals in our office. While all of our financial needs were met we still need a greater base of support. I am in the process of writing a new book and getting two of our former books combined into one.


One chapter in the new book will deal with just “common sense” decisions. Good things to do whether you are dealing with spiritual issues or not. I’m including some in this issue.



Get proper rest.

Go to bed mad, wake up sad.

Worship regularly.

Live with constant awareness of God’s Presence.

Have a purposeful routine.

Don’t over do it. Delegate wisely and learn to say no.

Trust others. Let them help you.

Yesterday is gone. Don’t live in the past. Regret is a “bad dog”.

Choose your words carefully.

Don’t allow painful memories.

Tomorrow will take care of itself.

Always agree with God’s Word.

Take it easy, one day at a time.

Incur NO credit card debt...none

Un-clutter your life. Life is simple.

Purposely balance your life.

Golf is good.

Pace yourself.

Have a budget and live within it.

Have a plan. 

Learn to laugh.

Choose Godly friends.

Eat right, be smart, be disciplined.

Don’t be late.

Pick up after yourself.

Write down thoughts and inspirations.

Go to bed on time.

The end of depression begins with doing things for others.

Choose your music wisely.

You learn by listening.

Make sure your presence makes others feel better.

Always have something to which you look forward.

Make friends with Godly folks.

Make someone else laugh. Laugh some more!

Give your love to someone.

Exercise forgiveness.

Pride precedes failure.

The inside of your car is a tattle-tale.

Listen more, talk less.

Do things that are worthwhile.

Live thankful.

Encourage someone.

Practice receiving God’s love and grace.

Don’t be critical, people usually do the best they can.

Make your words energize ministering angels.

Don’t sell “snake oil”.


Now when the sun was setting, all they that had any sick with various diseases brought them unto him; and He laid His hands on every one of them, and healed them.  Luke 4:40

If cleanliness is not next to godliness it is high on the list.

Your opinion is probably not that important to others.

Why not be the best you can be?

Have realistic expectations.

Faith comes by hearing the

Word of God.

Take time to make decisions concerning others.

Be on time, always.

It’s is usually not necessary  to give advice. 

TV is not that important.

Learn to relax.

Don’t condemn yourself.

Don’t get even.

Bitterness must not find a place in your heart.

Practice joy.

Take pride in what you do...not in what you’ve done.

Be neat. Clutter reflects you.

Exercise faith. God is a faith God.

Keep your home ready for an important visitor.

Hope is in you, call on it when necessary.

Don’t believe a lie.

Compliment someone.

Don’t let anger linger.

Rest in truth.

Invest wisely.

Eat out sometime, enjoy it, be thankful you can.

Your loved one’s need you in good health.

Keep your mind active.

If something needs to be done, you do it.

You have more than most people. Don’t complain.

Don’t procrastinate.

If you’re forgiven, act like it, guilt is an unnecessary burden.

Check your conversation, don’t talk about yesterday.

What if” and “if only” should never be topics of discussion.

Concern requires action. Worry acquires headaches.

Medicine is ok if you need it, don’t be “squirrely” about it.

Don’t mistake wealth for prosperity.

Faith may be life’s most important ingredient.

Play games with others.

No one makes you eat.

Don’t look for blame.

Why not be the best you can be?

Faith comes by hearing the Word of God.

When you walk in the room, make it brighter.

Get out of debt.

Practice discipline.

Simplify life. Enjoy it.

Don’t be in the position of having to make excuses.

Don’t make excuses.

Be on disrespect others when you are late.

Give your love to someone.

Get the speck out of your own eye

Don’t complicate simple things, let the government do that.

Tell God that you love Him.

Give something to someone.

Be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove.

Everyone deserves a kind word.

Enjoy today.

3 necessities:

Someone to love.

Something to which you look forward.

Something worthwhile to do.


A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels: Proverbs 1:5

Be the blessor.

Praise with thanksgiving invites God’s Presence.

Bodily exercise is overrated.

Don’t show people pictures unless they ask, they usually don’t care.

Blessings are in serving, not in being served.

Godly alignment is good.

Do what is expected of you.

Love people and you become important to them.

If you don’t take care of your body, who will?

Have realistic expectations.

Harmony is a good thing.

Do what is expected of you.

Disdain distraction.

Have something worthwhile to do.

Give from your heart.

You probably don’t need to buy anything.



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