What has God created you to do?


What is your purpose? Do you have a written plan for your life? Do you know what God has created you to accomplish? Find out now! Get comfortable with a pen and pad and watch this video UNDISTRACTED.

C. L. Scott explains how to identify and capitalize on God’s purpose for your life. There is no priority higher than knowing exactly what God created each of us to accomplish. Find and know your purpose!

Grab a pen and paper and listen to this message.

According to the Bible, money is extremely important and Christians should have plenty of it. Starting at Ecclesiastes 10:19, C. L. Scott gives a blueprint on how to get financially in line with God’s plan for our lives.



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Emmitt Smith said the best, “All men are created equal, some just work harder in the pre-season.”

 In the Kingdom of God, there is seed, time, then harvest. Which means we should be in a place of continuous growth and change, rising from level to level – striving to be the best at whatever level we are on!

Some people resist change and growth, and become content and comfortable in mediocrity. Most frequently this happens in the period post high school – pre-career. This is commonly called the “failure to lauch” syndrome.

In school, there are classes, grades, and levels of schools. For example, once we graduate from middle school, we start all over in high school.

 In sports competition and the occupational field, there are 2 primary levels, amateur and pro – so it is with life. There comes a time when we have to shed the notoriety and celebrity of being #1 on our current platform, and start the journey all over again.

So How Do You Go From #1 to #264 Overnight? – Turn Pro!

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Hebrews 12:1

Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses,

let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run

with patience the race that is set before us,

The word “Sin” is an archery term that means missing the mark.

We are spiritual beings that live in a temporary earthly body, and according to Galatians 5:17, these two are and will forever be contrary to each other. So then the question arises, how can I win over my flesh?

As we approach a new year, I like many am determined to get into better physical shape. Regardless of my heart, knowledge and intentions, if attempt to lift 350 lbs. chances are I won’t succeed. Because I haven’t been exercising at that level.

 This same principle applies to this war between our spirit and our flesh. We have to feed and exercise our spirit in order for it to win this battle. As our flesh needs food, and our lungs need air, our spirits NEEDS The Bread of Life. For the wages of sin is death.

 Several years ago, I saw an ad for an athletic shoe that inspired me so much, I keep it handy for motivation. There was a picture of a successful athlete benching what looks like 350 lbs., facing the wall covered by a large mirror as in the typical gym. The ad read:

The more I train,

The quicker I get.


The quicker I get,

The slower they seem.


The slower they seem,

The easier the game.


The easier the game,

The greater my threat.


The greater my threat,

The more attention I draw.


The more attention I draw,

The tighter they play me.


The tighter they play me,

The more I train.


Whether your opponent is physical or spiritual, to win, hard training is necessary for victory. How bad do you want to win?


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I recently got a request to provide my $0.02 on “why many eligible single women in the church are still single.” 

The request came from my mother, a pastor’s wife of 47 years, who met with a group of the women from their church – Salvation Temple Church in Hazel Park, MI, right outside of Detroit.

Considering my parents to be the experts, I was honored she asked. Of course I wanted to share my response with you!

 Most importantly I believe the responsibility is with both parties, the man and the woman. I’ve previously listed 4 things that will be present “When A REAL Man Loves A Woman.” Ultimately, both parties should have a solid relationship with God first before considering sharing their lives with another. Since no human being can control another, the focus is on ourselves. Compare my list with yours, and let me know what you think by leaving a comment!

1 – Slim Pickin’s.

Men just don’t go to church like they used to, which make it IMPOSSIBLE for him to have a powerful, close and intimate relationship with God. Why even consider dating a man who does not attends a good church, prays AND studies his Bible regularly?

2 – Stop having sex before marriage.

If a man hears from and trusts God, God will tell on you to protect His man. There is no right way to do the wrong thing. – Peter Daniels

3 – Loneliness

Preparation is never lost time. In fact, many believe that the formula to success (even in dating) is: Preparation + Opportunity = Success. It’s ok to go out by yourself. Sleep by yourself. Stay in by yourself. Prayer can keep you, but it won’t satisfy you. God is spiritual.

4 – Unapproachability

 I’ve heard women say men are intimidated by her “success.” I disagree. The man you want isn’t intimidated, but impressed. What bothers him is your competitive mindset that won’t turn off when it’s time to be a woman – as God created (Soft & Elegant). Others are just down right bitter or desperate, and it reeks.

5 – Bad Advice

Women hurt themselves trying to learn about men from other women.

6 – Stubbornness

You have to think differently. Information changes situations. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result.

7 – Embrace your own truth

Our truth is usually clear to everyone else but us. Find a good mentoring couple who is where you want to be!

Both sexes feel free to reply!


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Just like the blind man at Bethsaida (Mark 8), growth, healing and deliverance is more often a process. Sometimes in the Bible we see Jesus heal people immediatelystraight forth and even as they went from Him. But for others like myself and this blind man, sometimes a 2nd touch is required. So what do we do in-between?

I’ve been in relationship with the Most High for quite some time, and have grown considerably. One of my biggest victories has been over alcohol addiction – over 5 years ago! This freedom being a miracle in itself, there still remains more progress to be made in other areas.

Regardless of our level of faith, there will always be a struggle between the flesh and Spirit (Galatians 5). The key is to be content where we are at the moment.

I find solace in having confidence in God. This reassuring peace comes from hard study of His Word.

How do you deal with your “in-between”?

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While commenting on Google+Twitter, or Facebook – can’t remember which, a friend of mine was polling about REAL love and whether or not this new guy she was dating was for real…

Being a successful bachelor for many, many years prior to getting a couple years ago at 39, I thought I’d send her my $0.02. Due to an overwhelming amount of personal messages, I thought I’d share this with all I can!

It’s really simple:

He will ALREADY have the capacity to have and fully possess the 4 p’s:

  1. Protector – At all costs, whatever it takes.
  2. Provider – At all costs, whatever it takes.
  3. Priest – Representing her to God in prayer and as head of the marriage.
  4. Prophet – Representing God to her, as head, leader and authority (which is the greatest of responsibilities)


What do you think? Feel free to comment!

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