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Encouraging WORD


Proverbs 14:29
He that is slow to wrath is of great understanding: but he that is hasty of spirit exalteth folly.

Proverbs 15:1
A soft answer turneth away wrath: but grievous words stir up anger.

Or, in other words…

Be Slow to Speak,
Slow to Anger and
Quick to Listen

These verses in the Bible teach us how to deal with confrontation.
Whenever someone else is upset or angry, be sure to take time to listen and hear them out before lashing back. Try to get a deeper understanding of why they are upset and put yourself in their shoes. Then respond with their best interest at heart in a soft tone and bring calm to the situation.

Have a blessed day!

Encouraging WORD


Proverbs 1:5

A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels.

Seek the advise of others. Don’t try to do it all on your own.
Talk to your pastor, elders or others that have been down that road before.
Listen and learn from them.
Most importantly, pray and ask God. He is the wisest of all.

Encouraging WORD


Psalms 119:105
Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.

If you are ever looking for direction or guidance in your life, always start with the Word of God.

Encouraging WORD

Psalms 71:8

Let my mouth be filled with thy praise and with thy honour all the day.

No matter what the circumstances, praise and honour Him.
Today will be a great day!



How do you have a happy Friday, and even Monday and every other day of the week?
Be glad that your alive and thankful that God has given you one more day!
Have a great weekend!

How to get one more hour a day.

running out of time

Ever wish you had just one more hour in the day?
Have you ever found yourself saying things like…,

  • “There’s just not enough time in the day!”
  • “I don’t have time for that”
  • “I’m too busy”
  • “Wish I had more time”
  • “Where has the day gone?”
  • “If I just had 1 more hour I could…”

Is it possible to get 25 hours per day?

There is only one way and that is to wait for the fall time change each year.

We have all wished we had more time, but the fact is that we all have just 24 hrs a day.

The question then becomes, what are we doing with those 24 hrs and is it possible to change our routine slightly in order gain 1 hour to do what we want or need to do?

Most of our days can be broken down into 3 sections.

  • Sleep
  • Work
  • All else

When it comes to our job and time at work we really don’t have much of a choice, so let’s look at the rest of the day.

How many hours of sleep do you get each night? If you are getting more than 7, then you may be able to stand going to bed later or getting up earlier.

How much TV do you watch?  If you watch more than an hour a day you could likely afford to cut back on that.

If the average person watches 2 hours of TV per day, and you don’t watch any, then you essentially now have 2 hours more per day compared to everyone else because you are using your time more effectively.

How much time are you spending or the internet or Facebook?  The internet is really the new TV.  I would be willing to bet that a lot of people spend more time on the internet each day than they do watching TV.  It can be a time vacuum.

Look at what you are doing with your time as you go through the day and ask yourself, “Is this really necessary? Could I live without it?”

I challenge you to find some way to gain 1 extra hour per day and do something with that hour that will make you feel good.

I often found that it was difficult to get my Bible reading in each day, but I knew that it was important. Since I don’t watch much TV and stay very busy in the evenings with the family then my next best option was to cut out some sleep.

I now set my alarm clock an hour earlier and the first thing that I do each day is read the Bible. I love that quiet time with God each day.

How will you get your extra hour and what will you do with it?

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