Aug 03 2012

100th of a Second

Maybe this is all that is between you and what you want, just one-hundredth of a second, so don't give up. Keep reaching out!

Nathan Adrian of the United States took out the Missile by a fingertip.

Adrian, a 23-year-old largely overshadowed by American stars such as Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte, made a name for himself by winning the 100-meter Olympic freestyle Wednesday. He lunged to the wall to edge James "The Missile" Magnussen by one-hundredth of a second — the slightest margin possible — and again deny Australia its first individual swimming gold of the London Games.

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Aug 02 2012

Your Desk Tells Me You

What Your Desk Says About You. Aol 

For many people, a desk is much more than just a place to sit and do work. It is quite common for workers to spend more time at their desks in their office than sleeping in their bed at home, so it is inevitable that a desktop eventually starts to resemble the person who sits there. However, this tell-tale information could be defining who you are to your clients, coworkers, and your bosses, and not necessarily in a good way.

Desk Description: Filled with Photos

What It Says About You: Being family-oriented is a positive personality trait, but a desk covered with dozens of reminders of what awaits the worker after hours might make the worker appear less dedicated to his job and anxious to get home.

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Aug 02 2012

Morning Inspiration from Habakkuk 1:5

Love the Encouraging Word today!

Habakkuk 1:5 "I am going to do something new in your own day, something you wouldn't believe even if someone told you about it…"

What new thing are you looking forward to?

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Aug 01 2012

I See You Through My Emperor's Eyes

The U.S. Fencing Mask is Awesome!  It has the American flag on the front of it so the opponent has to face it while competing.  Reminded me of a Roman soldier named Brutus Maximus, who fought a violent battle with his entire face covered with a mask of steel.  The mask was not cast in his own image, but the image of his emperor, Caesar Augustus.  It's said that he told his enemies, “I see you through my emperor’s eyes.  I represent him on the battlefield.  I am fighting for his glory.” 

It is the same with our “opponent”, Satan.   As a son and daughter of God, whose likeness does the enemy see?

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