Monday, November 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
$3.2 Million iPhone 3GS Supreme is the Most Expensive Phone on the Planet
For the past 3 days I have been having a terrible pain in my throat. My Husband and I thought that maybe it could be strep throat but I didn't have those symtoms:( So you can imagine how frustrating that was for me especially since I am a singer. But I thanked God anyway and asked him in advance for healing. I was in such a stank mood:( I hardly get sick (Thank God) but when I do I am a grump and need to be babied. So off and on my throat started to feel like I was being stabbed with a sharp knife and in pain. Yesterday morning I just couldn't and didn't want to get out of bed. I had no strength and was covered up to my neck in covers. 5 minutes away from my vip pity party my son came into my bedroom and said Mommy can I pray for you ? I said wow yes you can:) Well my boy went the praying and I tell you when he was done I was already starting to feel better!!! People in the next ten min I was out of bed and moving around:) I felt no pain and had so much energy!! Today is Sunday and I feel no pain!!! Train up your child in the word and watch the seed planted grow:) I just want to once again Thank God for healing and using my son to help deliver me :) GOD HEARS ALL PRAYERS ESPECIALLY A CHILD'S PRAYER!!!!
Thanksgiving was amazing for me this year! This year is going down as one of my best ever:) Family is so important. I does not matter if it is extended, immediate, or the Play Play cuz type of thing just as long as it is family orientated:) This year was an extra blessing for me. Last year was a little rough and I was going through a storm that felt like a Nor'easter!! But God delivered me. Yup Last year this time God decided to put my faith to the test. Now He is always testing us and turning up the heat to see our reaction. Do we praise and pray? Do we complain and crumble? Do we continue to believe or lose faith? Well I continued to praise, pray, cry, and with the strength of God, my husband, and family I was delivered:) I was tricked into having a pity party but I was the only one who showed up so that was not cool BOOOO:( After praying myself through....My pastor and church praying for me:) I was armored and ready for battle!! Thank you God!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!! Victory was MINE!!!! So Getting back to the eating....I was the chefs helper:) My mother(other mother:) in-law) was the head chef:) It was truly like soul food!!!! Like around 20 ready to eat!!! What a great time we had:) PEOPLE******Please value your family that you have life is too short to regret and hold grudges:) God will work it out for you like he did for me:)
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
I Love that Queen Latifah didn't fold to what society wanted from here:) She is Confident in every way:)
Monday, November 23, 2009
Tamela Mann Releases Her Sophomore Gospel CD "The Master Plan" November 3
Los Angeles, CA —Tamela Mann's "The Master Plan" gospel CD will be released nationwide this coming Tuesday, November 3. Following up Tamela's 2004 "Gotta Keep Movin" and "The Live Experience," which spawned a Top 20 Billboard Gospel chart hit and 2008 Stellar Award nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year and Contemporary Female Artist of the Year, Tamela releases her sophomore solo CD to both music and television fans across the country. Tamela, who also co-stars in Tyler Perry's "Meet The Browns" on TBS playing Cora Simmons; and husband David Mann, who plays her on-screen father, Mr. Brown, will co-present for the Gospel category on the November 3 taping of the upcoming Soul Train Awards, scheduled to simulcast on Centric and BET on November 29 at 9:00 p.m. EST. The new season of "Meet The Browns" will also begin airing on November 4.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
The Fall season is now in full swing and everyone’s in search of a nice jacket that gets the job done. The maroon red Marc Jacobs Wrinkled Leather biker jacket ($2,200) features a solid color that will bring out a vibrant atmosphere during the cold winter season. With vintage wrinkled 100% leather, quilted shoulder detailing & shoulder pads, this jacket presents a unique urban charm.
You can have a loving, lasting relationship with your spouse. If you are engaged and preparing for marriage, you can lay a foundation that will last for your entire life. Weave your rope of three cords with faith, hope and love that will bring the blessings of marriage to you, your family and everyone who witnesses your marriage.
The first cord of your marriage is faith. You express faith in your marriage, faith in each other, and faith in God's presence. Faith is the basis for a lasting and happy marriage. You show and live your faith by the way you relate to your spouse. As you grow closer in a Christian marriage relationship with your spouse and with God, you build belief in each other as a married couple.
Christian pastors and marriage counselors concur that marriage is all relationship. Being in a relationship means sharing. Tell your spouse your personal feelings and thoughts in person or in writing. Pray alone; pray together. As individuals, both husband and wife have personal relationships with Jesus Christ. And, as a couple, you and your spouse live out Christian marriage goals by praying together.
The second cord of marriage is hope. Hope is the expectation that what you don't see now, you will experience and realize one day. Hope builds upon faith and has confidence that "with God all things are possible."
In contemporary American society, the divorce rate for first marriages is 55%. It is an act of hope to imagine a Christian marriage relationship lasting throughout your entire life. You can draw upon the practice of hope to keep your Christian marriage vows. Do this by drawing power from God to strengthen your relationship.
In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul wrote, "Now to him who is able to accomplish far more than all we ask or imagine, by the power at work within us..." Jesus gives you the power to have a lasting marriage of love, joy, goodness, peace, services and happiness. Be confident that Jesus is risen and present to you and your spouse as a third partner.
Do you know what the third cord of marriage? If you say love, you are right. Love is the ultimate sign of a healthy, lifelong marriage. A marriage relationship is the highest calling of the teaching of Christ on love. Consider the words from Chapter Thirteen from St. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians. "Love is patient and kind... Love rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things endures all things. Love never fails."
Love is the work of faith--believing in all things. Love flowers from hope by enduring and persevering all things. Love is the power of God in your marriage relationship that brings joy, peace, security and happiness.
Make your married life an example of the love that Christ has for the Church. Be a witness to your spouse, your family, your church, and society. In your Christian marriage, you and your spouse are the light of the world to those desiring more meaning, love, faith, hope and in their lives.