Hand to create

“So it is written: “The first man Adam became a living being”; the last Adam, a life-giving spirit. The spiritual did not come first, but the natural, and after that the spiritual. The first man was of the dust of the earth; the second man is of heaven. As was the earthly man, so are those who are of the earth; and as is the heavenly man, so also are those who are of heaven. And just as we have borne the image of the earthly man, so shall we bear the image of the heavenly man. I declare to you, brothers and sisters, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable.”‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭15:45-50‬ ‭NIV‬‬

The scripture says as we borne the image of the earthy man, so shall we also bear the image of the heavenly man. I Declare lord as you have given me early hands you have also given me spiritual hands that can work and stretch beyond the imagination (greater works). Your hands father have done many works, things seen and unseen. For we were made in your image and so we can work beyond the physical as well. Nothing is outside of you but everything is inside of you! Walk with your spirit man (Truth) and extend your hands into what God has for you. 😇 Declare and decree these things as they are so!
Joshie Baggs

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Where is guidance for our children

I remember talking with family members who had been incarcerated, asking them how many Jews (Hebrews) they met when they were in jail. This was to prove a point without doing a statistical research although I went on and did the research any way. You will find the links at the bottom of this writing. However both of  their answers was the same, there were none. The reason I asked the question and I am posing it to the readers is, because the Jewish community always seemed to thrive with success no matter what circumstance they encountered.
Many of them still believe Jesus was a prophet, but there are quite a few converting to Christianity in this day and time. The point presented is to increase the awareness of their dedication to teaching their children and families the very scripture presented today along with teaching them the entire Torah. The Torah includes the first five book of The bible which are Genesis, Exodus, Duet. and Numbers. The Jewish families and communities by generations are known to reach far greater success rates in life, because of the family unity and education they persist in. Often you will hear those having legal problems or medical problems being served by jewish lawyers and doctors. The scriptures given this morning says in Duet. 6:6-7 And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. As we use the word the Holy Spirit gets involved because we are redeemed through Jesus. We have the three-fold power pack working in our favor concerning family and children as we believe and apply the word obeying and sitting at the dinner table having Godly discussions letting our family and children know they matter by taking time and demonstrating love from Gods understanding. Change can only come through self-examination. It only takes one to begin and Jesus says in Matthew 5:17 that he did not come to abolish the law nor the prophets but to fulfill them it is necessary to teach the commandments to the children. Hug a child today, God said suffer not the little ones bring them to Him (Jesus) they are our future. Even adults they have a child in them that needs embracing, it’s never to late to start over. God is a God of forgiveness and He loves us beyond our faults.
Amen let JESUS USE you with spreading the word and love today!

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50 Tips to Improve Your Writing

Improve Your Writing
September 9th, 2009
Today’s post is a guest post from David Gurevich. David contacted me with this post idea a while
back. I think it’s a good addition to my
178 Ways to Improve Your Internet Writing
post. Enjoy!
When we write, we leave the clutter and junk of our lives behind, and enter a world of possibility,
where anything can happen. Yet our words are ultimately for other people.
Now matter how beautiful the dream, the original vision, it must be clearly communicated for
other people to experience it.
Here are 50 tips to improve your writing. If followed, your writing will drastically improve.
Have a trusted editor.
This is number one on the list because it’s that important. An editor takes the decent stuff you
throw at them, cuts out the words that aren’t 100% effective, and adds their perspective.
It’s like taking a diamond to a specialist for cutting.
Use the active voice.
For the most part, say what people do. Don’t say
what is done
. John plowed the field, not, the
field was plowed by John. Active phrasing keeps your prose alive and interesting.
Know grammar – that way, you’ll know exactly what rule you’re breaking.
Read one of the books that make grammar fun like
Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance
Approach to Punctuation
. It’ll make you laugh and teach you something, too. If you want to break
the rules, just first make sure you know what they are.
Always think twice when you use a big word.
It doesn’t matter if you know what eschew means, and it doesn’t matter if your audience might.
Use the simplest words you can. It is easier to read and it’s more interesting.
Know your audience. Coal miners are very different from astrophysicists who’re different from
High Schoolers.
Writing is meant to be read. Make sure you know who your readers are, how they think, and what
they like. Write to meet their needs.
Keep paragraphs
and to the point.

It’s effective.
Don’t use colloquialisms needlessly.
It’s tempting to include slang or new phrases to make your work sound hip and relevant.
But you risk a lot. First, you stand to alienate those who don’t understand. Second, it can lower
the quality of your writing. And finally, with the rapid pace of change, a phrase everyone knows
now may be archaic in a few years.
Edit. Always edit.
Write something, then edit it, then edit it some more.
Focus on writing. Turn off the cellphone –
no multitasking
If you want to produce great writing, then dedicate time to doing just that – writing.
A little distraction is OK. Some people, after all, work better with music playing or other stimuli.
What you need to avoid are things that require a significant amount of your attention, and so
distract you.
Music, OK. Instant messaging? Not so good.
Adverbs are OK, but like fatty food, cut back on them.
Don’t substitute adverbs for effective description. Things can be done quickly, furiously, happily,
whatever. The problem arises when you rely on those adverbs to describe things that are better
For instance, you might write, “He furiously shut the door.” That gets you a B. It’s decent writing.
But if you want to make it A level writing, you might want to describe with verbs and nouns what
Adverbs are also a problem when they become too excessive in and of themselves.
Use imagery and central metaphors to build emotional impact.
Have themes to your work. Use powerful images and metaphors to build a lasting emotional
Break up long sentences with short ones. And vice versa.
Write in a natural tone. Nothing stilted that would make your friends give you a questioning
If anything you write would make a close friend break out laughing – and not at your wit – then
there’s a problem. Think of your poor reader. Now go, make your writing simpler. Use as few
words as possible to say as much as possible.
Join a writing group. Group pressure means results.

Hold yourself accountable. Make goals and
meet them
Start small. Promise yourself that you’ll work at least 10 minutes a day on that big project you’re
passionate about but never do. Then meet that goal. Before you know it, 10 minutes – which you
can easily do – becomes 20, then 45. And at that point you’re making real progress on your dream
of writing.
Know when you’re done.
Orwell thought his book 1984 wasn’t edited well enough. If he had listened to himself, he’d have
kept working on it, and we wouldn’t have a classic. Now, you absolutely need to edit your ass off
and make sure everything is great.
But there also needs to be an ending.
The vast majority of writing doesn’t use swearwords.
Cut out any unnecessary words.
Read a paragraph you’re not happy with. Find every single word that doesn’t need to be there and
delete it. Readability will skyrocket.
Feel free to disregard your first draft. It’s just paper or kilobytes.
You don’t need to stick to your first draft. Feel free to start all over again.
Using “I” is OK if done correctly.
You’re taught as a kid that “I” shouldn’t be in your papers. That’s not always true. When you have
a relevant opinion, it’s not a sin to put yourself in the paper. You’re the one writing it after all.
The more you write, the better you become.
I swear that I used to suck at writing. Teachers told me I had to redo work. I might still suck –
that’s your call – but hours and hours of practice writing have improved my ability a lot.
Even if you’re not happy with your writing as it is, it will get better. Just work at it.
Read great literature
Give yourself a writing space.
The best way to succeed is the Butt in Chair method. You sit, you work. No questions.
Realize that a critic may be wrong.
Have a consistent writing schedule.
Favor the most concise style, but you don’t have to be Hemmingway.
Don’t betray the readers trust with something absurd.

In writing, you first create a world – then have to follow its rules.
If casting a spell requires an animal sacrifice in chapter 1, then requires herbal potions in chapter
4, and finally in chapter 10 doesn’t require anything (George, our beloved protagonist, just starts
slinging fireballs with no explanation), you’re letting your readers down.
Follow the rules that exist in your world. Consistency!
Have a writing ritual. Myself, I always have a cup of tea first.
Avoid cliches
Cliches are best avoided. The problem with them is that they are too easy, and that they don’t
necessarily add a lot to your writing. You want to be original.
Avoid excessively witty, self-serving in-jokes.
A witty self-serving in-joke would have been to write “avoid cliches like the plague.” There is, as
always, a fine line, and err on the side of respecting your readers.
When being creative, suspend your inner critic.
You want to try something new? Cut off the electricity to the inner critic center in your mind, and
start writing! Magic is happening.
Listen to your inner critic after being creative.
After you have a creative breakthrough, you then have to take the hard road of editing and
Know the difference between British and American style.
Whatever you write about, do your research first.
Know what you write about
If you want to convincingly write about a car salesman, learn how they think. What phrases they
use, what makes them happy. Knowing those details will shine through your writing and give it
Show don’t tell for the most part.
Tell, don’t show, when doing otherwise would be boring or plain stupid.
Make your writing have an exciting, forward pace.
Don’t overuse ellipses or dashes.
Some authors liter their writing with… way too… often. Or – they uses dashes far too often –
making things that don’t deserve it have it. Ellipses and dashes can be very effective. Just don’t
abuse ‘em.
You start writing to please yourself, but succeed by pleasing others.

Don’t be afraid to describe something that has to be described.
Fancy fonts, underlining and bolding work – in business writing. Not fiction.
Different genres have different stylistic rules. Always write stuff that works without highlighting,
italicizing, or whatever.
remember to take advantage of the presentation options you have.
Always prefer the word “said.” Grunting, snorting and chortling gets old fast.
Believe in yourself
Be dramatic by being subtle.
Write for your readers.
Mentioned several times, but explicitly said here. Don’t write for yourself. Write to help your
reader out, to entertain them, or to inform them. Their needs must be met, and you need to meet
Use punctuation appropriately.
Mix long paragraphs with short paragraphs.
Keep things moving along.
Take pride in your hard work, and reward important landmarks. Keep working hard and having
fun. You’re the most amazing person, even if only to those who love you. You owe it to them to
write your best!
David Gurevich is chosen by companies to make abstruse issues simple. You can check him out at
his blog,
Health and Life, a Medical Blog
, where he blogs – logically enough – about health and
medical issues.

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Are you underestimating yourself???

Underestimating yourself???
Sometime we underestimate ourselves by not pursuing ventures outside of our comfort zone. Change can happen when we apply ourselves to experience life with no holding back or rebellion to what life is conveying to us. In essence, try for today, at this moment, and time going with the flow of life and not going against it. You are so much more when you listen even to the breeze that is blowing. It has something to say, for God is the very breath of air we breathe!

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