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Monday, March 30, 2015

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God knows how to take a moment of disadvantage and turn it into at moment of advantage and triumph!

There are (and will be) no shortage of challenges for us to overcome in our lives. In the midst of a crowd, personal challenges can at times cause us to feel alone and isolated. But when we accepted our Lord and Savior into our lives-we would never be alone again. It is the intention of Satan to kill and destroy us. But he will fail! For the Scriptures says- "And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper." (Psalms1:3) When God made us, He was not having a bad day. We were created for a purpose and with a purpose. The devil does not want us to know that! It is our purpose that will become our distinction. In regards to our life challenges-God can take our stumbling blocks and turn them into stepping stones! The very thing the devil will try to hold us back with, (or block us) God will either remove it-or use it for His glory. PS: as to feeling alone - we are also reminded of His Word: "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me." (Psalms23:4)

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Christian Unity!

Have you prayed as much about the things and the people you complain about? Take it to God in prayer and leave it there! Anyone who says they hate or dislike another Christian, for any reason-cannot be filled with the Spirit of God. It is a logical impossibility. We need to learn how to look and find the "good" in others, not just highlight the "bad." I know, there are some who can make this most difficult. Christian unity is more than a state of being. It’s a power! For the Scriptures says “Fulfil ye my joy, that ye be likeminded, having the same love, being of one accord, of one mind.” (Philippians2:2(KJV) Our association with fellow Christians should be uplifting, enlightening, encouraging, and consistent. Our intentions should be the same. Edify the Body of Christ. IT'S A GOOD THING!

Friday, March 27, 2015

Do It God’s Way!

It's OK if you don't understand God-just don't misunderstand Him. Some saints believe we need to get things (the world’s way) to accomplish God’s will for us to perform His purpose in our lives. Trying to gain the material things of this world will not give our spirit peace. Don’t doubt yourself or your gift. The same hand that pushed the rock from the tomb, can shove away the doubt from our hearts. Petitions made to God which are subject to His will-and accompanied by faith-bring results! There Is Power in the Name of Jesus! And it is in His name we will receive clarity of purpose and the way to perform His will. Fulfill your destiny! Just be sure to do it God’s way!

Monday, March 23, 2015

8 Tips for a Healthier Workplace

1. Clean and dry spills as soon as possible. Keep plenty of paper towels on hand to wipe up small messes. Report larger or continuous leaks to facilities management. Remember: Simple spills can cause slips. Large spills or chronic leaks can lead to mold outbreaks. Neither is something you want or need in your workplace. 2. Organize for safety. Use desk organizers and storage systems to keep items properly stowed. “What happens when scissors are under a stack of papers and someone tries to scoop up the papers?” asks Shaun Crawford, a certified industrial hygienist and a faculty instructor in Environmental Health Sciences in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health. That’s right: A cut or a puncture wound. These kinds of injuries are totally avoidable with more attention to neatness and organization. 3. Tell sick workers to stay home. “You can start to shed viruses before you have symptoms — and before you’re completely well, you can still shed viruses,” explains Kelly Reynolds, associate professor of Environmental Health Sciences and director of the Environment, Exposure Science and Risk Assessment Center at the University of Arizona's Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. Once germs are in, they work fast. In a study of how germs move through a workplace, Reynolds inoculated one employee with a harmless virus at 8 am. By noon, half of the 80 employees in the office had the same virus on their hands. “Even if you think you can hide out in your office, you’re coming into contact with the same doorknobs, the same buttons on the copy machine,” she adds. 4. Encourage hand washing. Employees should do it regularly.The pros recommend washing your hands a lot, especially when you get to work, before you leave the office, before you eat and after shaking hands. And dry them, too; germs glom onto wet hands more easily than onto dry ones. Using hand sanitizer can help, too. 5. Clean desks and tables. In her study, Reynolds also noticed that germs spread even though “the employees did not have a lot of contact with one another.” The transmission came from people touching shared surfaces in common areas, such as kitchens, bathrooms and conference tables. But it’s not just common areas. Desks, keyboards, phones and other nonporous surfaces are also prime dwellings for germs, and they're often touched by multiple people. In addition, you might think eating lunch at their desks makes your team more productive; it also makes them more prone to illness. Taking a bite of sandwich, answering the phone, grabbing a pen, thumbing through some papers, taking another bite...before long, they’re swallowing a few million germs. To combat this, always have disinfectant sprays and wipes handy, and encourage their use. If your employees eat at work, ask them to clean the surface first, put a barrier between their food and the surface and don’t touch anything else while eating. 6.Remove trip and fall hazards. Proper storage and cable management systems help keep your workforce on its feet. Boxes, electrical cords and other objects that clog aisles and walkways are accidents waiting to happen. “It’s not uncommon for someone to be standing next to a bookcase with a knee-height box on the floor, lose awareness of the box and trip over it,” Crawford says. 7. Tend to minor injuries. Even small wounds can become infected, leading to more serious problems and lost productivity. “Some of the most under-appreciated injuries are small puncture wounds that can get infected and lead to larger issues,” Crawford reports. Do you even know where the office first aid kit is? And are the items in it up to date? (Some of that stuff expires, you know.) Even if it’s only a minor nick or cut, tend to it properly to avoid infection or follow-on injury. 8. Respect co-workers’sensitivitiesto cologne, perfume, allergens and air fresheners. Some of your decisions could make co-workers sick. “Some people are more reactive to a biological agent than other people,” Crawford explains. “We have to take into account individual sensitivities when we talk about work environments.” You may love your body spray, incense or peanuts, but others may have potentially life-threatening allergies to them. It’s important to know and honor employees’ allergies and sensitivities to avoid illness and improve workplace harmony. Use these tips to put your company on the road to a cleaner, healthier, more productive workplace.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

"God will get you through the pain."

Everyone experiences pain sometimes, emotional and physical. Next time it threatens to overwhelm you, take a deep breath. As you breathe slowly, picture God holding you, crying with you, giving you the strength to get through.