Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Say Continually


"Let them shout for joy and be glad, Who favor my righteous cause; and let them say continually, ´Let the LORD be magnified, Who has pleasure in the prosperity of His servant´"
(Psalm 35:27, NKJ).

TODAY´S WORD from Joel and Victoria

What are you saying continually? Do you go around talking about how bad things are in the economy and how tough your job is, or do you declare, "Let the Lord be magnified Who takes pleasure in my prosperity?"

I believe one reason that we are supposed to say this "continually" is so that we can get it deep down on the inside of us. God knows that when we hear something long enough, eventually, we’ll believe it. When I think about it, I can just hear the people in the Old Testament saying all day long, "God is prospering me. God is taking me to new levels. God has great things in store." They were saying in effect, "New doors are opening. My health is getting better. My marriage is being restored. My children are going to do great things."

Friend, God takes great joy in prospering you. Get that down on the inside of you. This is a new day and you’re entering new levels. Start continually declaring God’s goodness and faithfulness in your life and watch those supernatural doors of opportunity open before you!


Father God, today I choose to declare Your goodness. I choose to acknowledge Your favor and kindness. Thank You for taking pleasure in prospering me. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Mobile homes

I didn't know they were also called static caravans and that mobile homes were derived from trailer houses. Probably it's like the wagons of the old times, where you carry all your stuff and you can just park anywhere if you get tired. Saw that form the movie "Loves comes softly".

In modern times though, it could be the road truck, you know those big cars being used by celebrities. You can actually live in it.

But of course these homes are real homes in the US. I supposed they should be mobile but I read that these types of homes are not being sold for it's mobility but because it is cheaper than the traditional homes.

Would you consider buying one if ever?

Haven't seen anything like that here in our country. Filipinos..what are your thoughts about this?