Sunday, April 17, 2011

Blogging from my Kindle!

Ummmmm well! This is great! I have just figured out how to blog from mykindle!


More posts coming soon!

Tyvee B.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Always Appropriate!

Psalm 23

The Lord is my Shepherd
I shall not want
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures
He leadeth me beside the still waters
He restoreth my soul
He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness
For His name sake
Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death
I will fear no evil
For though art with me
Thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me
Thou preparest a table before me 
In the presence of mine enemies
Thou anointest my head with oil
My cup runneth over
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me
All the days of my life
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord

Be encouraged!  For the Lord is our All in all!

Tyvee B.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Decisions Decisions Decisions...

I've often asked myself, "Why did I do that?" or "What in the world was I thinking?" and "Now where did that thought come from?"  Ever been there?  These are not all bad cases.  In fact, the outcome of some of these thoughts and actions are quite genius and just might leave us in awe.

Good outcomes are always worth celebrating!

But what happens when the decisions you make or the actions you take yield an adverse outcome to what you had originally intended for it to be?  How do you handle the disappointment, stress, or even embarrassment from the consequences you're suffering?

I'm often tempted to not make certain decisions, but rather bury them somewhere deep in a section of my brain that I pretend doesn't exist, with a false hope that the situation would some how resolve itself.  Sometimes I'm afraid that I'll make the wrong decision so maybe I shouldn't make any decision at all right?


No resolution = No restitution!

So how do we ALWAYS make GOOD decisions?

Well this is my comfort and I don't mind sharing ; -)

It's not always in that we'll make a good decision, but that we make the right decision.  And when I say right, I mean that we are in our right mind when making decisions.  Being in your right mind simply means being sober and confident in what you decide to do.  It's you making the decision and not someone or something else.


We trust that the Father has fearfully and wonderfully made us.  We know that He is God, Mighty Creator (Elohim) and that everything He creates is perfect and not only perfect, but brings forth fruit of perfection!  We are made in the image of God and when He created us, He said that we were "very good".  Also, when God, Mighty Creator made us, there was nothing lacking!  We are whole and complete and one of our greatest attributes is that we can give of ourselves and our resources and still not lack but receive it back from the One who gave us the ability to give it in the first place!  What a Mighty God!!

Check it!  The function of the liver.....well you do the research!  It'll bless you!

So this amazing and awesome God gave us this great mind and with it a peace that we cannot even understand.  Having peace in our decision making causes us to realize that if by chance we made a bad decision or misinterpreted the Lord's instructions or whatever the case, we are yet at peace because in the end, regardless of the consequences, it's good--always!  This is what we expect and this is what the Lord prepares us for--a good end!  Lessons learned and victories won are good outcomes.

And good outcomes are always worth celebrating!

Keep looking up for His return is so soon!!

Tyvee B.

Jeremiah 29:11; Psalm 37:23; Genesis 1:31; Isaiah 26:3; Romans 8:28; II Timothy1:7; Philippians 4:13; Zechariah 4:6

Monday, April 11, 2011


Transition has a way of bringing out the best, worst and most hidden parts of our lives wouldn't you agree?  You find that as you're moving along, you come across things you either forgot about or didn't expect-like that picture of you doing the unspeakable or posing along side the intolerable :o --and the list goes on....

But what about when you find that hidden aspiration or buried dream or desire that you packed away so long ago?  What caused you to hide your passion?  Was it a dream killer?  There are a lot of them floating around you know.  Did fear play a part in you suppressing your greatest desire?

And what is your greatest desire anyway?  Bring it to the forefront and GO FOR IT!  No better time than the present!  Trust that having the MINDSET to change for the better is worth the days, weeks, months and years of painful stunted growth you've already suffered!

Great! So now we're occupying until the coming of Jesus Christ!

Now the greatest transition is upon us! We are preparing and being prepared for the coming our our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!  This is the hottest of all parties, the beast of all major world-wide events!  This makes your biggest idol look and feel like a speck of dust!  It's just that BIG!

But what about our desires, aspirations and goals?

So we find that in this particular transition which is THE most important transition, that there are things buried and packed away.  And now they're being re-surfaced and we realize that we have to deal with them.

In moving, sometimes we set up a "give away" bin, a "keep" bin and a "trash" bin.  When you find treasures that were hidden such as hope in Jesus' return, put that in your bin for keeps and find some to give away to others without short-changing yourself.  And when you find items like selfishness that would cause you to believe that there are better things to look forward to more than an eternal, uninterrupted and pure communion with Jesus Christ at His return--TRASH IT!

Keep looking up!  His return draws nigh!

Be Encouraged!

Tyvee B.

Luke 19:13; James 5:8; Matthew 6:19-21