Sunday, February 26, 2017

Life Live It to Its Fullest, it's your choice

I Love My Life and am so thankful for all that God has blessed me with; the people, the opportunities, the challenges, the things I have are all Gifts from God.  I will celebrate these Gifts.  I will make the most of these Gifts. I will make the most of this Life God has given me.

Today is a gift that's why it's called the present.  Be present in the present and show the Lord your gratitude for The Life He has given you.

Use your talent, skills and abilities as a gift to help others in whatever situation you find yourself in.

Choose Love in your attitude always.  Life is 10% what happens to us and 90% how we react.  We choose our reaction.

Resist anger.  Choose grace and understanding. We know at times we need mercy and patience.

Make the choice of kindness.  This is the greatest way we can show God our appreciation for our lives.

Choose to Make it a Great day for you and for those you come into contact with.

Blessings :)

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Also covered in whole or in part in my Manifesting Book and the Faith Is Book

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Tragedy on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

Bereavement Notice :

Please pray for the family, friends and colleagues of Orlando Police Department Master Sergeant Debra Clayton and Orange County Sheriff's Office Deputy First Class Norman Lewis their lives were lost tragically in the line of duty while serving their communities.

Sergeant Clayton was gunned down by a fleeing Domestic Violence suspect and Deputy First Class Lewis lost his life in a motorcycle wreck during the search for that suspect.

The suspect is NOT in custody. Let's pray for the safety of all the officers pursuing this suspect. Pray for supernatural wisdom and for conscious to work on the heart of whoever is harboring him to Turn Him In To The Police.

Now please also keep all Law Enforcement Officers in your daily thoughts and prayers.

What makes these LOD death even more  is that they occurred on Florida's Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

On January 7, 2017 the Las Vegas Law Enforcement community experienced similar tragedy. We lost our first officer of the year, NLVPD Detective Chad Parque, to injuries he sustained in a LOD car accident. That day too was our Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.

These tragedies are unacceptable on a normal day yet hit us deep in the gut on a day of honor.

Please everyone Stay Safe, Drive Carefully and Cover Each Other's Backs. Let's make this year a record setting year where we see the least amount of officers that lose their lives in the LOD.

Never Forget :

Master Sergeant Debra Clayton and Deputy First Class Norman Lewis and Detective Chad Parque thank you for your service. RIP.

Tamia Dow
IAWP Chaplain

Saturday, December 31, 2016

New Years Eve


Is that the brush that paints 2016 ?

I know that many of us have experience the 3-D's this year. God has or is bringing us through (Psalm 23 ).

What we did have and have found comfort in is the prayers we've lifted up, the prayers and support from our friends and the knowledge that God WILL work all things together for our good.

In the midst of it it may be hard to see yet rest assured God will keep His word on our behalf.

2016 is quickly passing and 2017 is rapidly approaching. May your 2017 be filled with
& Joy

The choice is yours because it's all in how you see the incidents that occur in your life.

Challenges or opportunity, it's all in your perspective.

Choose to turn all things to good.

Happy New Year !!!

Tamia Dow
IAWP Chaplain
Twitter : @ChaplainDow

Friday, December 23, 2016

#Prayers for Officer Jackie Tucker

Please #Pray for Saraland, AL - USA Police Officer Jackie Tucker who was shot in head -   She is critical/stable following surgery to remove shrapnel from her skull. She is currently fighting for her life.

On December 21, 2016, 1045hours, she and another officer responded to a domestic dispute call and immediately upon arrival, the suspect shot at the Officers, striking Officer Tucker. Her partner took heroic action to drag her back behind the patrol car and get her to safety. Officer Tucker is married to a Mobile PD Police Officer. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Tucker family, and her partner's family.

The suspect, 27, who frequently posted on social media about hating and promising to kill any cop who came to his home, was subsequently shot and killed.

The holidays can be a very dangerous time for victim's of domestic violence and for police officers responding to assist them.

Please keep all our law enforcement in your prayer this season.

While you're enjoying your family time officers are out in the cold, rain and snow making sure you can live a peaceful life.


#prayforlawenforcement #prayforofficerJackieTucker
#pray for victims of #domesticviolence

Friday, December 16, 2016

Forgiveness is Your Choice


Life is too short to darken your days with bitterness and resentment.

If you wanted to you could live in misery. Yes I said, if you wanted to you could live in misery.

Why would I start a post like this ?

Because right now there are people reading this post who have chosen to focus on negativity as opposed to the positive things and people in their lives.

This time of year families tend to re-Unite. They come together to enjoy each other, catch up on what has happened since last you gathered and to share memories and experiences.  

Memories and experiences. Do you have negative memories or bad experiences that you are still carrying in your backpack (memory bank ) about a family member, friend or coworker ?

Do you ?

There is a teaching that states that until you forgive anyone you feel has done or failed to do something you thought they should have or should not have done you will not being able to free your mind to be available for what this world has for you.

Negativity and unforgiving thoughts block blessings, block creativity and can block advancement.

The only person who can remove the blocks are you.

You have the choice.

Choose to forgive. Choose to set the example for others. Your children, your family, your friends and coworkers are all watching.  They pay attention to your responses.

If you are reading my post you are a leader, you are a difference maker and what you do influences many lives.

Use your life for good. Set the example. Choose to forgive.

The choice is yours. Carrying anger, bitterness and Unforgiveness is like drinking poison and hoping it will kill the other person.

Most of the time the other person is unaware of your anger/issue or they don't care.

So forgive them, let the anger over the situation go and live your life with joy. In joy. Bitterness and joy cannot occupy the same space.

Here's to forgiving those who have hurt you and to a peaceful season filled with joy.

Enjoy !!!

Tamia Dow
IAWP Chaplain
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