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Giving some love to the big "G"


Daily. For the Kid, for US, for my future and for CWUW...


When I was unemployed, I grasped hold to the scripture, "Faith without works is dead" (along with Romans 8:28) and ran with it. I'm still running with it (to a fault) and it pays off. God will honor your hard work and diligence. Never give up ya'll. Keep your eye on HIM and let him open those doors and keep him in front of it all.

We all have dreams andhopes but there are only a few who don't give up. I'm telling you to keep your eyes on the prize and the promise and the LOVE from God. We only stewards of the dream anyway. I can take no credit for CWUW but I'm very honored to be steward over the vision. Things are happening with CWUW that I had NOTHING to do with other than just being obedient.

So let me first Honor and give some mad love to the big "G". God is Awesome. His love is powerful.

Know you are loved. KNOW it. KNOW that all things work together for GOOD. Yeah, even that bad stuff can be used to build you up and make you stronger. KNOW that he has given you the power, love and wisdom to set forth the vision in your belly ready to be birthed. Never think its 100% about you but you can recognize that the power is there for you to use. Tap into it.

Love one another, obey God and serve your brother and sister.

Big up God!!


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