Saturday, November 29, 2008



My life is a real blessing, I'm thankful for everything..I have been given so many opportunities, so many chances, and so many blessings, and sometimes I never really get the chance to say 'THANK YOU' to the one who makes these things happen; Our Almighty.

I feel so selfish sometimes, and even just so ungrateful...There are so many other people in this world that don't get the things I receive, and sometimes here I am, complaining to my hearts desire, "My rooms to small, we only have one bathroom, our house doesn't have enough space, I need this, or I need that, I want this car, I need another one of these, etc.etc. etc."...but I am truly blessed.

My lifestyle is just fine. I've become more appreciative of the things I have, the things that have been given to me are truly gifts from the One above. The life I live, is the only life I'd ever live, I'd even live it again. This life in the ministry is the only life that is for sure, and the only life I have lived. Look at the economy, even though it's at an all time low, we're still here, we're still living, and we're not on the streets. Even though times are hard, my family always seems to manage. The generosity of some brethren, and even most especially our family and relatives, they always seem to help us, and sometimes we can't give back to them, but I know in their hearts it doesn't even matter to them, and it really warms my heart and brings a smile to my face that God uses them as instruments to help us and keep up happy and comfortable.

I've also been blessed with great friends and relatives who have become even closer than close to me. A group of friends who keep me grounded and keep from going insane. They've stuck by me through my worst times, and I'm positive they'll continue to stick by me in the future. They forreal are the ones who have been nothing but real, honest, and trustworthy.

So Dear Father, THANK YOU once again, you've always provided me with all I need, THANK YOU to our family, relatives, and brethren who always show their generosity.

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