Goodnight and may God bless you.

Just wanted to say goodnight and to tell you how much I appreciate you. I think it’s important to show appreciation. To send blessings. To do simple things that takes zero effort and can lead to great rewards for the receiver (as well as the giver). So you’re here reading my blog (this message) and you took time out of your busy schedule and I’m thankful.

God bless you with great health, a happy family, success,  peace of mind, wonderful friends, and the will to go after it all.

Goodnight.

Blessings,

Knyxx…


Alcohol Trips.

If consuming alcohol makes us trip, then why do we consume it? Why partake in something that makes us literally and figuratively  fall?

I’m no expert on the topic but I’m pretty certain that the amount consumed has little to do with our reactions and or affects. What I mean is, don’t think it’s only  a beer, or one drink. Each person’s capacity for alcohol is different. The effect the one or two may have on us = nothing (we say) may have devastating effects for someone else, or us at a later date. Even though I’ve heard talk that some Doctors think it wise to have a glass of wine a day-hmmm-research necessary. With all  the negative social consequences AND THE RISKS TO OUR HEALTH why bother?

According to emedicinehealth:

“Alcohol abuse refers to excessive or problematic use with one or more of the following:

  • Failure to fulfill major obligations at work, school, or home

  • Recurrent use in situations where it is hazardous (such as driving a car or operating machinery)

  • Legal problems

  • Continued use of alcohol despite having social, family, or interpersonal problems caused by or worsened by drinking.”

    Just something to think (not drink) about…

    Be blessed,

    Knyxx…

Sent by my friend Paulla de Souza.

A good friend of mine (Ms. Paulla de Souza) sent this to me this morning. I thought it important to pass it on.

Let’s all learn from this message.

THE TRUMPET by Bill Burns — March 22, 2010:
Many of My people find themselves in a present quandary, not knowing what to do; seeking Me for answers. Because the lies have come there is a quandary, and you do not understand and do not know what I will do. So, I say, rise up and give legs to your faith. Is it not spoken in My word that I will give you wisdom? And, if you will believe for that wisdom will you not receive it? What are you waiting for? Get up and go! Get up and move! Many of you, My people, are waiting for Me to move while all the time I am waiting for you to move. I am waiting for you to exercise your faith to believe and to receive. Be done with the quandary and allow the confusion to go and allow the questioning of My word and questioning of My desires to be dismissed from you. Remove the lies of the enemy so that you can get up and go. I move on those who are moving. Stop waiting for Me to move, says the Lord, and begin to move by faith; move by truth. As you begin to move you will find those things which you desire; the wisdom that is necessary; the open doors that I have set before you. Walk through them. You must be walking and moving by your faith. So, one more time I say, give legs to faith and allow that which I am doing to come to pass in this time and season, says the Lord Most Holy.

SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by Marsha Burns — March 22, 2010:
In a vision I saw a brier patch, then a tangle of twigs, and then a snare or a trap. I believe these all mean the same thing. A brier patch is a mass of woody, thorny, prickly-stemmed plants. A tangle is a twisted mass. A snare is something by which one is entangled. Then, I heard the Lord say that He will give us discernment of thoughts or situations that have the potential of entangling us by bringing us into confusion. Then, as we yield to His power of extrication, He will set us free and bring absolute clarity of spirit and soul.
Galatians 5:1 Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage.

Bless,

Knyxx…

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