Hakkuna Matata…

So, work much?
September 27, 2007, 11:15 pm
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Today was my first interview. It was at Round Table Pizza so i was very excited. Now I am waiting for a call back to see whether or not they want me in for a second interview or just straight up orientation….which would be so much more cool .But needless to say, and prayers would be awesome cuz i really need a job right about now. I need something for some income and something to take some time up during the day so im not stuck around this apartment all day long. So yes, anything would be good. And also on any of the other jobs i put resumes or applications in to, pray those will see im a good guy too…..ha ha. man oh man. Well thats all for today. Stay classy.


HAHA, Skalloween?
September 24, 2007, 8:26 am
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This is gonna be very fun. I can so pull that off.

Kids, who needs em?
September 24, 2007, 8:14 am
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That in fact shouldn’t be the question. Rather, it is what kids need you? I have been involved with an organization for sometime now,  Compassion International.  Just last year, i decided it was time and felt God tugging at my heart to adopt a child.  It was  awesome to feel like i was finally able to serve in any way that i could and that i was helping these kids. Well, not to long ago, i received a letter from my child, telling me how sorry he was and how he felt so bad, but he was actually taken from the shelter by his mom and she wouldn’t let him come back. This was shocking to me. So i prayed about it, and seeing as i was moving into a new apartment and such, any extra money that was attainable was a great help. And while i was at a Jeremy Camp concert, his guitarist gave a speech about it and i felt a tugging on my heart. So the next day i contacted CI and had them send me another child’s packet. So now i have finally gotten to try and bless another child’s life through sponsoring him. Which is awesome. Makes me feel like im helping out where i cant just go. So yea. And i encourage others to help these kids out. $32.00 a month? Really isnt much for food, shelter, immunization, and most important, the Word.  So yea, try and do your part in helpnig these kids out. It really is amazing to see what God can do.

So, buying a car?
September 21, 2007, 1:44 am
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Ok, so I am in class now and I am supposed to be working on some stuff for computers, although I have become extremely side tracked. Because before class, Bryan and I went dream building and we made a quick trip on over to Wittmeier Ford to see about pricing up a few cars, you know, so when we can, we can purchase our cars. We had a pretty long convo and got to test drive the new 2007 Honda Si Civic, a very nice, four door speed demon, it was great. i sat back and Gumpy did most of the talking, got the credit check and such and ended up making the contact he was trying for, and I recieved info that a job might be opening up, so keep your fingers crossed.

Anyways, regardless, I am pumped right now and really excited about this business. I know it makes me happy to have the chance to be job optional in January. This is exciting stuff. Hold on to your seats people. Its gonna get good.

Look Up!
September 20, 2007, 6:49 pm
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Hebrews 12:1-3
Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God. How do you get up when you’re down?
Look up!
When you’re down, look up. That’s what Nehemiah did when there was opposition to the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem.
Listen to his prayer in Nehemiah 4:4: “Hear, O our God, for we are despised. Turn back their taunt on their own heads and give them up to be plundered in a land where they are captives.”
Nehemiah didn’t waste time or divert from the task at hand dealing with all the criticism he received from those who opposed him rebuilding the wall. Instead of trying to handle it all on his own, do you know what Nehemiah did? He went straight to the throne of God. Nehemiah recognized that God could do a better job of dealing with his enemies than he could, so he just gave it all to God!
The next time you’re down… the next time you’re discouraged… let me give you the best piece of advice that you could ever hear: Run to God! Cry out to Him!
And yet, so often we try to figure out everything on our own. We try to fix things ourselves. And then we come to the end and say, “Well, I guess it’s come to this; I guess I’m just going to pray now.”
Don’t make prayer your last chance… make it your first choice!
Somebody said if you look behind you, you’ll be defeated. If you look ahead of you, you’ll be distressed. If you look around you, you’ll be discouraged. But if you look above you, you will be determined.
So when problems come… with people, with pressures, with whatever… take it to the top! Go to the Lord and tell Him all about it. Look to Him… and overcome the disappointments you face in life

Some questions for thought.
September 20, 2007, 6:38 pm
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I want to ask you a very important series of questions today… questions every follower of Christ should ask themselves from time to time. I know they may be a bit convicting, but really, honestly, what other way to truly test where we are with God than to examine ourselves thoroughly like this? Let me know what you think. 

• If every member of your church were just like you, what kind of church would your church be?
• If every member prayed like you pray, what kind of prayer life would your church know?
• If every member served as you serve, what kind of ministry would your church have to hurting and broken people?
• If every member worshipped as you worship, what would the dynamic of your church’s worship look like and feel like?
• If every member witnessed, invited, and encouraged others to come just like you witness, invite, and encourage others to come, what would the outreach of your church look like?
• Lastly, if every church member gave as you give, would your church have buildings to worship and serve our God?

Hello Cyber-world.
September 20, 2007, 6:34 pm
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Alright so i decided to be a little more open with my thoughts. I know i know, your all scared. But before this i had just been using sites such as myspace and mychurch for my blogging purposes. But enough of them, so i will be posting thoughts here. Be excited. I am!

God Bless. Have a great day.