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For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope. (Jeremiah 29:11 ESV)

When God gave these words to Jeremiah many generations ago, they were good for Jeremiah and his people then, and they are just as good for us to live by in this day and time. What we must learn to do is study God’s word, pray about the trials and tribulations we are experiencing, meditate on what God is teaching us, and seek God’s blessings over our lives and the lives of all of the people who God has placed in our presents.

For God truly does want to prosper us in all things. If he did not want to do so why did he promise us in this passage of Scripture that he had plans to prosper us and not to bring harm upon us?

My Brothers and Sisters, we will be teaching you the how’s and why’s of this lesson in our SUNDAY PRAYER, PRAISE AND WORSHIP SERVICE.

It is promised to be a powerful message that God has given to me to give to you. Therefore, I encourage each of you to tune in Sunday and receive your blessing that is going to help you to achieve your desired goals, your dreams and visions that God has given to you for your SEASON OF BLESSINGS.

Every day you are “BLOGGING” here on the Internet; now let me teach you how you can begin to earn an extra stream of income doing what you love doing with no extra efforts of selling are making phone calls to convince anyone to purchase anything from you. Click on this link and see how you CAN begin to change your life and change your destiny. “DO IT NOW!”








Jesus gave the great command to “GO” which is known as the great commission to all believers, and he said, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo I am with you always, even to the end of the earth.”(Matthew 28:19-20 NKJV). Now we simply ask the question, “ARE YOU DESTINED TO BE A HARVEST WORKER?” We know that the harvest is ready, but we also know that the laborers are few; therefore, we ask the question once again, “ARE YOU DESTINED TO BE A HARVEST WORKER?”

We are created in the image of God, and therefore should be productive in what he has instructed each of us to do. To begin the process we must first understand the true meaning of how Jesus patiently labored among mankind teaching and instructing how to become connected to the source that is to guide you in decision making as well as taking on the challenge to “Go” and guidelines to “FOLLOW”. As you dig deep into his methods of explaining the process that guides and direct you to the right course, you will be able to distinguish the intricate weavings of how it all comes together at the appointed time.

Remember, he told his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into the harvest field” (Luke 10:2-7 NIV). The harvest field is the world, and we are challenged to go forth with the mission of winning souls for Christ so that they can share in the true meaning of freedom that has been bought and paid for.

His message is one of love, how we perceive and describe that message is the assignment.


Picture in your mind, how Jesus in love and urgency, released those he had instilled the vision of love and sharing to the dying world when he said; “Go! I am sending you out like lambs among wolves,” a prime act of love. “Love” hovers over and protects their off-spring while they are young, tender and unlearned. When he released his disciples, he knew that they had taken time to learn of him, yet he cautions them; telling them to travel light and to stay focused on the goal for kingdom building.

Reminding them that trials and temptations are bound to come, so be alert; if you see a friend going wrong, correct him, if he responds forgive him even if it’s personal against you repeated several times a day and seven times he says ‘I’m sorry, I won’t do it again,’ forgive him (Luke 17:1-4 MGS). Jesus set an example, he went from town to village; village to town, keeping on a steady course, teaching, preaching and healing as he went; spreading the good news of Gods Kingdom.

Once again we ask the question, “ARE YOU DESTINED TO BE A HARVEST WORKER?”

Jesus said, “The servant who knows what his master wants and ignore it, are does whatever he pleases, will be thrashed, but if he does a poor job through ignorance, he’ll get off with a slap on the hand” (Luke 12:47-48 MGS). As harvest workers remember, great gifts mean great responsibilities; greater gifts, greater responsibilities.

You, who are destined to be harvest workers, take on the servant attitude in obedience and humbleness, reminded of your purpose move with fear of God, filled with love and care for all. The goal is bringing souls into knowledge and understanding of whom Jesus is and his desire for all to become a part of the pattern for Gods’ kingdom. Remember the command, “GO.”

We thank you for studying with us today, and pray that this lesson has been a blessing to your soul. May God bless you, your family and the kingdom work you are doing in helping to bring lost souls into presence of Jesus; Amen.




A child grows up ready for work (Photo by Pastor Davis)

What gain has the worker from his toil? I have seen the business that God has given to the children of man to be busy with. He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also, he has put eternity into man’s heart, yet so that he cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end. (Ecclesiastes 3:9-11 ESV)   So I saw that there is nothing better than that a man should rejoice in his work, for that is his lot. Who can bring him to see what will be after him? (Ecclesiastes 3:22 ESV)

Now that the scriptures have spoken, let us begin this study this morning by describing the reason for work.  Work is something we all do day in and day out.  But if I ask you, do you really know what work is and why we are all called to the task of doing it?  You would automatically answer the question by saying in the affirmative; “of course I know what work is.”  Do you think that I am that stupid, when I have to get up every day and do it?   To begin with, please indulge me for a moment and allow me to provide you with a few basic facts about this word work.   “Work is a means by which we glorify God by fulfilling our calling; work is a means to love God by loving our neighbor; work is a means by which we learn and understand our need for God; work provides for our needs and benefits the community.

For at least eight hours a day, forty hours a week, two thousand hours a year, and one hundred thousand hours a lifetime, nearly every one of us works.  By comparison, even death and taxes seem less certain.  So why do we spend so much time working when it seems in today’s technology world there is so much more to do than to spend all our time working.  But if we didn’t work, what would we call the things we do to get what we want?  What would it all be about?  In order to clarify this, let us understand how work came into existence.

Work first begins when God created the heavens and the earth.  He worked for six days, with light and atoms and dirt and fire and water, the elemental, and he was satisfied.   He worked and, stepping back from the results saw that it was good.  To drive home the point, he repeated himself.  Other than the work itself, God did not need to manufacture a reason for working.

In his image and after his model, God created man, in part, to work:  “The lord God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.”  (Genesis 2:15).  God’s first assignment to mankind was this: “work.”  Uncorrupted by the perversions of sin and death, work had to be good—very good.  An ideal as high as God is wide, work was no less than the sharing of divine privilege.  God asked that we work as he did so that his work, creation, would be cared for.

Robert R. Ellis, writing in the Southwestern Journal of Theology, summarized three simple and magnificent truths from (Genesis 1:26-30):

  1. God created, and therefore he owns.
  2. We manage resources that God owns.
  3. We were created in God’s image, and therefore we are expected to manage resources the way God would manage them.

The fundamental idea of work is stewardship—the task of protecting and adding value to all the assets God has put under our care.  Through our work, God asks us to care for his creation.  Because we are created in his image, work is in fact one of the defining activities that separate us from other creatures.  Bees, bears, and beavers work to survive, we as people work to manage God’s assets.

Work, then, is a big idea and no small matter.  In the name of the King, we serve as steward of all we see.  Therefore, let us understand that when it comes to our work, stewardship offers us a brand new perspective.  We no longer work “under the sun,” but view life from above the sun—from God’s perspective.

From this vantage point, we now come to know that God calls each one of us to our jobs, in order that we may now do His work.  That is, we are to take care of His creation.  We must manage His resources as He would.  We possess His power of attorney for management decision making.  When someone requests references, we can drop the name of the Creator and Sustainer of the cosmos.  When money is an issue, we can sharpen our pencils in the light of eternity.

More than correct theology, stewardship is a powerful philosophy that permeates all of life and work.  “Stewardship is not a subcategory of the Christian life.” “Stewardship is the Christian life.”  Stewardship is first an internal reality, affecting the way a person thinks, sees, and feels.  Stewardship anchors motivation.  Once inside our heart and mind, stewardship eventually and inevitably works its way out.

Now in conclusion, it is clearly understood that in our day-to-day living, stewardship knows no limits.  There is no blank in which we check off “DONE.” Therefore, we leave you with this final thought, “THE FUNDAMENTAL IDEAL OF WORK IS STEWARDSHIP!”  I have ministered this message to you this day from a position of peace, purpose, power and prosperity, and I remain your brother in Jesus Christ, Pastor Davis/Master Teacher!



Today we will continue posting video clips to help you find your dream job.  The video clips that are featured here today is about how you can use networking to land your next job.  This first video clip we are featuring is one done by CNN that is really unique.

This next video is title:  How to use social media to get a job.

When you understand the do’s and don’t’s of using social media, it can be a very good thing that can quickly propel you into that all important dream job that you have always sort. The possibalities of using social media today are endless.  These video clips share a great deal of info that can help you get started in the right direction.  This next video is from Linkedin, titled:

How to get a job using Linkedin:

Our final video for today is title: How to fin a job using Twitter:

Now we truly hope that this info has been a help to you in your search for your dream job.  Remember, nothing ventured, noting gained.  You are the captain of your ship.  Stir it in the right direction, get the wind at your back and seek God for his guidance and set your sail for higher grounds. We leave you with our peace, that you may discover after fishing in these waters your bounty will be plentiful.  I remain your brother in Jesus Christ, Pastor Davis/Master Teacher!

For some additional info that we have prepared to help you in your search click on this link:


Freelancer Office - Panoramic

Freelancer Office - Panoramic (Photo credit: lastonein)


This week our focus will be on helping you to find your Dream Job.  Each day we will feature a different video focusing on helping you to find your dream job.  We encourage all of you who read this to share it with other.  When we all do our part to help our brothers and sisters we are then operating from a Spiritual level of love. Jesus teaches us to love one another.  What better way to show your love by offering someone a real lead on a job opportunity. This economy has been hard on everyone, but if everyone will do their part to help each other in some small way, we can get this economy working again to create jobs and opportunities for all.  The two video clips that we feature here today deals with finding a freelance writer’s job. Please watch and take notes:  This first video is title, How to find your freelance writing job.

This second video is title, How to write and sell your articles on line.

We hope this information has been a help to you.  Now click here  on our home page for help with the necessary tools you will need to help you get any type of job.  May God bless your efforts in finding your Dream Job this day.  I encourage you to meditate on these words spoken by Jesus, when he said, “Truly I tell you, whoever says to this mountain, Be lifted up and thrown into the sea! and does not doubt at all in his heart but believes that what he says will take place, it will be done for him.

For this reason I am telling you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe (trust and be confident) that it is granted to you, and you will [get it].”  (Mark 11:23-24 AMP).  I Remain your brother in Jesus Christ, Pastor Davis/Master Teacher!


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This morning I speak truth to power to the occupiers of Wall Street from around the globe, know that you are not alone.  The Lord told me to tell you, to Rise and Shine, that your time has come.  The police may evict you physically from the parks, but they cannot evict the ideal that God has placed in your minds.  He said he would never leave you are for sake you.  You will be protected and he shall shine his light on the darkness of Wall StreetGreed can only last for a period of time.    People from everywhere are standing with you.  We all are the 99%, and we will be with you through the end.  Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

Know that the children of Israel were facing a similar situation some 2000 years ago.  God sent his servant Moses to lead his people from bondage and the hands of Pharaoh and into the promise land.  Now some 2000 years later Pharaoh and his army on Wall Street have risen again.  Once again, God has heard your cries and felt your pain. What God did then, he surely will do again.

Therefore, I encourage you to stand strong; do not allow your faith to be broken by the enemy of darkness.   Now listen to the words of the Lord your God.  This is the message he wants you to take to heart today as you begin your new offensives.  “Get out of bed, Jerusalem! Wake up. Put your face in the sunlight.
God’s bright glory has risen for you.
The whole earth is wrapped in darkness,
all people sunk in deep darkness,
But God rises on you,
his sunrise glory breaks over you.
Nations will come to your light,
kings to your sunburst brightness.
Look up! Look around!
Watch as they gather, watch as they approach you:
Your sons coming from great distances,
your daughters carried by their nannies.
When you see them coming you’ll smile—big smiles!
Your heart will swell and, yes, burst!
All those people returning by sea for the reunion,
a rich harvest of exiles gathered in from the nations!
And then streams of camel caravans as far as the eye can see,
young camels of nomads in Midian and Ephah,
Pouring in from the south from Sheba,
loaded with gold and frankincense,
preaching the praises of God.
And yes, a great roundup
of flocks from the nomads in Kedar and Nebaioth,
Welcome gifts for worship at my altar
as I bathe my glorious Temple in splendor.

“What’s that we see in the distance,
a cloud on the horizon, like doves darkening the sky?
It’s ships from the distant islands,
the famous Tarshish ships
Returning your children from faraway places,
loaded with riches, with silver and gold,
And backed by the name of your God, The Holy of Israel,
showering you with splendor.
Foreigners will rebuild your walls,
and their kings assist you in the conduct of worship.
When I was angry I hit you hard.
It’s my desire now to be tender.
Your Jerusalem gates will always be open
—open house day and night!—
Receiving deliveries of wealth from all nations,
and their kings, the delivery boys!
Any nation or kingdom that doesn’t deliver will perish;
those nations will be totally wasted.
The rich woods of Lebanon will be delivered
—all that cypress and oak and pine—
To give a splendid elegance to my Sanctuary,
as I make my footstool glorious.
The descendants of your oppressor
will come bowing and scraping to you.
All who looked down at you in contempt
will lick your boots.
They’ll confer a title on you: City of God,
Zion of The Holy of Israel.
Not long ago you were despised refuse—
out-of-the-way, unvisited, ignored.
But now I’ve put you on your feet,
towering and grand forever, a joy to look at!
When you suck the milk of nations
and the breasts of royalty,
You’ll know that I, God, am your Savior,
your Redeemer, Champion of Jacob.
I’ll give you only the best—no more hand-me-downs!
Gold instead of bronze, silver instead of iron,
bronze instead of wood, iron instead of stones.
I’ll install Peace to run your country,
make Righteousness your boss.
There’ll be no more stories of crime in your land,
no more robberies, no more vandalism.
You’ll name your main street Salvation Way,
and install Praise Park at the center of town.
You’ll have no more need of the sun by day
nor the brightness of the moon at night.
God will be your eternal light,
your God will bathe you in splendor.
Your sun will never go down,
your moon will never fade.
I will be your eternal light.
Your days of grieving are over.
All your people will live right and well,
in permanent possession of the land.
They’re the green shoot that I planted,
planted with my own hands to display my glory.
The runt will become a great tribe,
the weakling become a strong nation.
I am God.
At the right time I’ll make it happen.”  (Isaiah 60:1-12 MSG)

I tell all you doubters, to listen up, “THE TIME HAS COME FOR THE OCCUPIERS OF WALL STREET TO RISE AND SHINE.   So there will be no mistake of what God’s message to you is, listen to his final words in this message once again, The runt will become a great tribe, the weakling become a strong nation. I am God.  At the right time I’ll make it happen.”

We bless this word to you, that it may reach deep into your minds and lift you to higher ground.  God’s word will never leave you are forsake you.  “Believe it and act on it.”  It is your weapon again the evil forces of darkness.  When you put on the whole armor of God, you can be assured that no weapon formed against you, shall ever prosper.

The seeds of prosperity, peace, love and power have been planted in fertile soil.  God’s command, “to Rise and Shine,” has reverberated around the world.  Now with time, the manifestation of your labor will germinate into its reality and you will stand victories at the top of the mountain holding high the crown of glory that God has already provided for you.  We encourage you to think GLOBALLY and work LOCALLY, allowing your voices to be heard like thunder all over the world.  I stand with you as your brother in CHRIST, PASTOR DAVIS/MASTER TEACHER!


Tonight President Barack Obama took the first step in putting America back to work by presenting to a joint session of Congress at the United States Capitol the American Jobs Act.


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