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Apr.17.2012
TODAY IS BRING ME SOMETHING This statement is clearly asking for accommodations, and can be referenced to many situations. I'll be applying it to the contents of those that don’t work, but love to eat what others have worked for. “If a man doesn't work he shouldn't eat...
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Apr.16.2012
TODAY IS FAST FEET  This expression is implying that one is using their lowest extremities to quickly move forward. I'll be applying this expression to the many folk who FAST FEET to trouble. “And how will anyone go and tell them without being sent? That is what the...
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Apr.12.2012
TODAY IS CHOKE HOLD FRIDAY According to the many dictionaries Choke Hold means “a restraining hold around someone's neck.” Ill be applying this expression to the physical, as well as the spiritual CHOKE HOLD in which Satan employs folk to maintain Gods folk enslaved.        It...
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Apr.11.2012
TODAY IS WORTHY OR NOT WEDNESDAY This phrase is a direct validation of acceptance, or a indirect disapproval of not being accepted. There is no middle ground of being WORTHY! The lamb of God which is symbolic for “Jesus” was put to death so we could be WORTHY. So if you haven't confessed Jesus as...
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Apr.10.2012
Today is (MISERY EMPLOYED TUESDAY.) This expression is clearly implying unhappiness, unfulfillment at ones EMPLOYMENT. Sadly this is the tragedy of many. I remember being in this state of existence. I was (4) four months pregnant with my son, and I was MISERY EMPLOYED. I was so MISERABLE within...
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Apr.09.2012
TODAY IS I GOTCHA BACK  This expression is a personal-positive-verbalization of protective covering. If someone exclaims I GOTCHA BACK their clearly taking a oath to be an assistant to that which is needed. I'll only mention a few to grant clarity, however this expression...
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Apr.06.2012
TODAY IS SUPERLATIVE FRIDAY This is one of those adjectives that stands alone. For it takes precedence over every other adjective, especially when applies in the contents of the unexplainable. My friends Jesus was SUPERLATIVE in the grave two-thousand years ago on a Good Friday. Hold up wait a...
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Apr.05.2012
TODAY IS BUBBLING OVER This expression is exclaiming that something is brooding internal to later spill over. That something I'm referring to would be me! I've been BUBBLING OVER since yesterday. “Why!” you may inquire? According to many Historians, Scholars, and Biblical factors my...
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Apr.04.2012
TODAY IS GREASE MY PALMS This phrase can apply to giving and receiving.  According to the many dictionaries “GREASE PALMS” simply means taking a bribe for self-serving motives. According to my mother GREASE MY PALMS simply means to give, never expecting anything in return. Wonderfully as God...
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Apr.03.2012
TODAY IS JUST TAKE A PAUSE TUESDAY This expression is asking one to take a break from whatever is occurring. In so many words control yourself, walk away, remove yourself, silence yourself, regroup yourself JUST TAKE A PAUSE. “Don't be afraid, I've redeemed you. I've called your name. You're...
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Apr.02.2012
TODAY IS SO MISUNDERSTOOD This expression is clearly stating that an ambiguous statement or presentation can't be comprehended in the contents of its delivery. Did you know the world in which we dwell will never comprehend our belief system (Jesus Christ Lord Savior)?       Did...
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Mar.30.2012
TODAY IS RED-HOT EPISODES  This expression is defined as a series of new events. I'll be applying it to the many RED-HOT EPISODES that arrive in our lives daily. Wonderfully as God would have it to be I've been granted access to write about the ones that are spiritual, tantalizing,...
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Mar.29.2012
TODAY IS COME OUT This expression is usually associated with an external movement. However I'll be applying it to both internal/external movement. The Lord says, "So leave the corruption and compromise; leave it for good," says God. "Don't link up with those who will pollute you. I want you all for...
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Mar.28.2012
TODAY IS WOE WOE ME  This is a very old adage defining grief, judgement, torments of fear, adversity, sorrow, bitterness, etc. According to many scholars the adage “Woe is me” is a direct quote from The Bible. This adage is “3,200 years old in its original tongue." Pretty old wouldn't you...
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Mar.27.2012
TODAY IS I DID IT FOR LOVE       This phrase starts off with the letter “I” which implies a singular (being) has taken total responsibility for a finished enactment, and in-turn it will liberally grant a perceivable explanation. I'll be applying this phrase to Gods sovereign act...
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