Wednesday, September 22, 2010

100 Days (and a giveaway)!

Do you realize that when midnight strikes, there will be 100 days until the New Year?

I'm not kidding....100 Days!

Why should we wait for January 1st to make those crazy resolutions that we make?

Why not make a sensible resolution right now and follow through for the next 100 days?

What can we do in 100 days?

Read 100 chapters in the Bible (or 50), lose 10 pounds, make amends to a friend, make a plan to sit with your family several times a week to dinner, watch less television, journal daily, have a devotional time with God......

What can you do with these 100 days?

I want to hear from you! In honor of the "Final 100 Days of 2010," I am going to have a giveaway! My first ever!

Post a comment by midnight, Saturday the 25th and let us know what you will be doing with your 100 Days.

I will randomly select a winner of a $25 iTunes gift card and announce the winner Monday the 27th.

Today I Am Thankful For:

1. shampoo
2. Tuesday night pizza
3. preaching this coming Sunday
4. Mason jars
5. a good day at work

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2 comments:

Pam said...

Cazandra,
Thank you for this reminder and making me think about what I will do for the next 100 days of 2010. It's been a tough year, lots has happened and changed. I think the number one thing I want to do is slow down and see God. I want to love more, obeserve more, be nicer be more thankful, more appreciative to those I love. I want to open my eyes to everything and everyone around me and not miss anything. I have learned this year that I must live everyday as if it may be my last. And I am going to start today, instead of in January, to read the Bible in a year. I actually started that this morning!
God be with you and speak through you this Sunday as you preach!
Pam

Cazandra said...

Thanks for stopping by, Pam! Good for you on starting your Bible reading now and not waiting.

Blessings to you!

Cazandra

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