Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Carpet Solution

Some of the places that is best hidden and sheltered by tiny insects is our carpet, upholstery, bathroom tiles, rugs etc. Why? Well, this is the place where little insects meet other teenie-tiny bacteria, allergens, dust, dirt brought by people living and coming in the house. These dust, dirt and allergens comes from different places that when they meet together, the more that they multiply and survive comfortably with each other. It seems that they bonded well enough specially when there is a presence of moisture. You will not notice but they are starting to cause problem specially with children when it comes to their health and even in the physical house itself.

As human, we do not want them to infest and pollute our house of course and we have to do something. We do not let them pester us but we have to pester them quickly before it is too late. When it comes to the health of our children and the people we love or even our house itself, we have to protect right away or else the harm will cost us more.

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The Best Travel Show On Television

"Guest post of the week by Val Flores"

When it comes to great television shows on Direct TV packages that have to do with travel, there is just one that get's me to the couch every single time it is on: "No Reservations". It's really a simple show: Anthony Bourdain travles to a different location every week, try's local delicacy s (from street food to four star fare), indulges in a bit of culture, and learns about the people. In truth, though, it's not just the location that makes in much watch television, nor is it Bourdain himself, it's a combination of the two, along with the different types of food he tries.

In a way, Bourdain could read a telephone book and be engrossing. He's one of the smartest, most reliable person's on television. He's not stuck up, he's not a know it all, and while you know he is smarter then you, you just relate to him. Plus, he can describe food like nobody else on television. What other show would make you feel like you don't just want to go to a location halfway around the world, but also partake in their local delicacy's. Heck, whether it's bugs in Asia, heart's and lungs in France, or something strange in your own backyard, Bourdain makes you feel like you don't just want to try it, but you have to.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Amazing Facts Publications

Written in Stone from Amazing Facts Publication (News and Features)

God is the ruler of the universe ... and as a ruler, He naturally has some rules for His creation.

You're probably already familiar with them. They come in a set of ten and cover how we relate to God and to our neighbor. They began in eternity past and will continue into eternity future, and they are a matter of life and death. With that at stake, take a few minutes to seriously consider your responsibility in this Q&A ...

Q. Where did the Ten Commandments come from?

"And he gave unto Moses ... two tables of testimony, tables of stone, written with the finger of God" (Exodus 31:18).
"And the tables were the work of God, and the writing was the writing of God, graven upon the tables" (Exodus 32:16).
Answer: The God of heaven wrote the Ten Commandments on tables of stone with His own finger, and gave them to Moses to deliver to Israel.

Q. Why did God give us the Ten Commandments?

"He that keepeth the law, happy is he" (Proverbs 29:18).
"Keep my commandments: For length of days, and long life, and peace, shall they add to thee" (Proverbs 3:1, 2).
Answer: There are several reasons God introduced His law to mankind. One is for our happiness. That's right! Keeping His law promotes peace and joy in our lives.

Q. Do I have to keep God's commandments today?

"For sin [breaking God's law, 1 John 3:4] shall not have dominion over you: for ye are not under the law, but under grace. What then? shall we sin [break the law], because we are not under the law, but under grace? God forbid" (Romans 6:14, 15).
"Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law" (Romans 3:31).
Answer: According to the Bible, Christians today are obligated to keep the Ten Commandments—not as a means of saving them, for they are saved by grace through the sacrifice of Jesus—but to promote the peace and joy God desires for all His children.

Grace is like the governor's pardon to a prisoner. It forgives him, but it does not give him freedom to break one single law on the statute books. The forgiven person, living under grace, is under double obligation to keep the law. A person who refuses to keep God's law, saying that he is living under grace, is mistaken. He is living under disgrace.

Q. Is it even possible to keep God's commandments?

"I will put my laws into their mind, and write them in their hearts" (Hebrews 8:10).
"I can do all things through Christ" (Philippians 4:13).
"God sending his own Son ... That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us" (Romans 8:3, 4).
Answer: We can do it. The Bible says we can through Christ.