Making the Right Choices
Good afternoon, everyone. I hope every had a great day on yesterday. Here's what I sent to my team today:
"Good morning, team. I hope everyone has had a great start this week. Here's a portion of the message that I received on Sunday. Make the right choices. You have to be a magnificent follower before you can be an extraordinary leader. The decisions you make will determine how great a follower or leader you are or can be. Stay prayed up and give God a portion of your time. We should be willing to sacrifice at least 30 minutes to an hour to Him to show that we love and adore Him for all...
Good morning, everyone. We've made it to another beautiful weekend. I hope all is well with you and your family. We should give God total praise. He deserves that and much more. He is the source of our strength and the strength of our life. We should lift our hands in total praise to the almighty God. He is so worthy to be praise. He breathed the breath of life into our bodies and gave us the activity of all of our limbs. Enjoy the following video. May God bless and keep you safe on your journey through life.
Good morning, everyone. I hope everyone had a great week so far. How many know that if it wasn't for the blood we wouldn't have God's grace, and we wouldn't have the strength to make it from day to day in this day and time. I thank God for giving his ONLY begotten son, so that we the gap that was between us would be bridged and we'd have contact with Him again and be able to see His face when we leave this wretched place. I hope this video is a blessing to you all as it was a blessing to me. May God bless and keep you is my prayer.
All in His Hands
Good morning to all. Here's what I sent out to my team this morning:
"Good morning, team. I hope everyone had a great day on yesterday. I'm running low on words, but I do want to say that what ever you're going through, put it all in God's hands. No matter how great or small the problem may be, He's the Master of them all. Have a great shift today, people."