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Join Prophetess E. Bynum as she will discuss: Is it Possible to sow a Seed Without Reaping the Harvest? We have heard of sowing a seed. But, is it possible to sow a seed without reaping the harvest? You probably heard more about sowing then reaping the harvest. There is very little training on how to reap the harvest of your seed.
As the summer approaches the trees are bearing fruit, the birds are returning south , the sun is basking in its glory, but are we reaping the harvest of souls in this most opportune time. The bible says work while it is day for when night comes no man can work. We have an obligation and duty to win the lost at any cost. The summer lends a great opportunity to share our time with youth and others and compel them to Christ. Lets reap the Harvest!!
Chances, Communication, and Curiosity
Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 6:30 pm est. Call 646-652-2034 or listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/comtivate
Join Sharon Johnson and Susan Williamson as she talks about her success with her communication, and how she took a chance and now reaping the benefits of her curiosity.
When was the last time you took a chance because you were curious of something? Curiosity can be the ticket to our success. You have an idea but find yourself wondering weeks or later, why you did not check it out.
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SCRIPTURE TEXT: (Galatians 6:7) Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. (6:8) For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. (6:9) And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. (6:10) As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of
This Friday we will have a different sort of show. Jim and David will be sharing about our lives and how we have reaped and sown and the rewards that Yahweh gives to those who are obedients to Him and His calling in their life. We encourage anyone with a testimony that applies to reaping and sowing to call into the show. Tell how your obedience brought forth good fruit and how Yahweh blessed you because you chose His ways over the ways of the world.
Tuesday May 14th, 2013 10 AM Eastern 9 AM Central 8 AM Mountain 7 AM Pacific
No matter what age we are, no matter how much experience we have, and frankly, no matter how courageous we are, most of us are afraid of something, aren’t we? Some people are afraid of the dark, but yet they must walk along the dark path to get home sometimes. Some people are afraid of failing. Some people, believe it or not, are afraid of success. Some people are afraid of public speaking. Some people are afraid of what other people think. Others may be afraid of rekindling a romance. No matter what it might be, many of us, deep down, are afraid of something. Join us as we discuss overcoming these fears and reaping the blessings God has in store for us.
Women, are by and large suppressed, repressed, depressed and STRESSED!
In a conversation last week, me and my girls were talking about WHY we as women have so many hang ups around SEX and orgasms! In a brief poll around the room, it was revealed that only 1 out of 6 of us were truly enjoying great, healthy sex with a committed partner.
WHY is that? Studies show that:
1. Orgasms keep your girly parts healthy.
2. Orgasms offer powerful pain relief.
3. Sexual activity and orgasm are shown to reduce stress due to the surge of oxytocin, the so-called "cuddle hormone," that occurs with orgasm.
4. Orgasms help you sleep better.
5. Orgasms can help you stay in shape and lose weight.
So why aren’t more of us reaping the benefits of great sex?
Let's talk about it!
I'm so looking forward to talking with author Robbie Cox about his book Reaping the Harvest!
Robbie Cox started writing in high school as a way of escaping the lessons his teachers tried to cram into his head. With the aid of two very determined Literature teachers, he was given the push he needed as well as the guidance to win the Florida Pride Award for both short stories and poetry by his senior year and also helped create the school’s literary magazine, Spindrift. However, it was five years later before he made his first sale, an essay on prayer, to Decision Magazine.
With that milestone, Robbie turned his attention to freelance writing in between his daily jobs and the raising of three boys. While not always able to focus on it as he would have liked, he was able to stay active with his writing and has been published in parenting, religious, retirement, and ghost story magazines. He had also written a Christmas play for local churches and was at one time a contributor to the Good Shephard Ministries Newsletter. Still, he kept working on his novel and short stories.
In September of 2010, he decided to stop dabbling with his writing and began to take it seriously. With the help of three ladies, whom he affectionately refers to as the girls or his editors-in-residence, he launched his blog, The Mess that Is Me.
Living along the Space Coast beaches of Florida with the girls, his 21 year old son, Zac, an 8-year old that demands quite a bit of attention, and two cats, his home is a revolving door of family, friends, and adventures to keep the imagination - and gossip mill- churning. In 2012, he published his free short story, Circle of Justice, on Smashwords, which has received great reviews, and in February of this year, Robbie published his first novella, Reaping the Harvest, also on Smashwords.