Archive for November, 2009



Happy Thanksgiving from Cafe Sozo!  Blessings & Love to you!

In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.
~ 1 Thessalonians 5:18 ~

Thank you for your support.  Today, we are celebrating the Goodness of God!


There is so much to be thankful for…Oh Yeah!




Dear Saints, This anointed message was sent to me a few days ago by Mary Grady. I have no idea who the author is, but he or she sure can speak the Truth. Gene


It’s so hard!



EVERY MUSCLE, TISSUE, and cell in your body today is different than it was seven years ago.  Every strand of hair you have today is different.  Every toenail and fingernail you have today are not the same ones you had just a few months ago.  Today, you are totally different in every physiological sense than you were three, five, or seven short years ago.  The question is, how different is your mind?

Each moment, your physical body changes without any input on your part.  Your mind, however, is a completely different issue.  You must work to change your mind.  You must be willing to release past pains, past regrets, and ancient resentments.  You must be willing to let go of hostility, anger, and judgments about experiences and people.  The people in your past, like you, have also changed. They have new hair, new tissues, new cells, new toenails and fingernails!  It is up to you, however, to see them in a new light . . . even when it looks like they are doing the same thing.  The only thing that will keep you stuck in the past with old experiences, useless emotions, and worn-out habits is your mind.  Fortunately, you have the ability to change your mind to match everything else that is new about you.

You are renewed!  Now change your mind!

POST SCRIPT: The author didn’t say it directly in his message, but you and I both know that our minds are renewed by the Word of God. By the way, if I don’t respond to your E-mails in a timely manner Monday it is because I have decided to take Mondays off. I won’t go online until 6 p.m. each Monday.