2012 has been an incredible year for our family! God has blessed us and we pray He has done the same for you and yours! One thing I learned this year…Don’t be afraid! Most of you know I like to control things in my life. A couple of months back, I felt the Lord was really speaking to me about just letting go! I have! My life is the Lord’s and I will do my best to serve Him in every way I can. Once I started letting go, the flood gates opened with new opportunities to serve Him…not to mention my dear Alli Grace being saved!
I am grateful to all the people in my family’s life who serve, ministry with and to us! I pray we continue our journey together and expand His Kingdom more than ever!
2013 is going to be crazy…crazy for Christ Jesus! Are you holding back? Scared you will get over-extended…just let go! He will give you the energy and strength to do His Will!
Something many people struggle with, Jesus finds you right where you are! No matter what is happening in your life…he finds us right where we are right NOW! We want to be a fan of Jesus but think we need to “get our life in order” before we can be a true follower. What would our lives look like if we we followed Jesus completely? No excuses. Wherever. Whenever. Whatever.
The eyes of the Lord search the whole earth in order to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to him. 2 Chronicles 16:9
As I continue to work on saying YES to Christ in my life, I am realizing how hard we make it in our minds and how easy it really is. Check out Not A Fan!
Mr. Ziglar you have changed my life through your example of being a Godly man in business and in your marriage. I am currently reading Courtship After Marriage and I know my marriage will be blessed by your words.
I have finally found a decent RSS Reader for the iPad…FeedlerRSS. This app is clean and user friendly. Have a lot of RSS Feeds I “browse”…I will not say I read them, but I skim the content and read whatever catches my eye.
On my laptop I still prefer Google Reader. I must say, I “browse” more on the iPad these days than on my laptop. The iPad is just made for content consumption and I really like using it for just that!
For me WinDevGeeks friends, we use DebugView with Clarion and we have taught all our support staff how to use it. So, as we move to WinDev we would like to keep using DebugView for our support staff. After 30 seconds of searching….I found the way to post to DebugView:
Accepting one of these, results in the following call:
API(“kernel32.dll”, “OutputDebugStringA”, “Terry’s Test Message”)
Now, our team will use this in some basic error handling and/or showing some SQL statements we are processing. We will wrap this command with a simple class and call it when needed with DebugMessage(arg:Title, arg:Message).