Gary Keesee's blog

God Has Promised

What would you do if you got a check for $100 from me in the mail today? I don’t mean one of those pre-printed, marketing-tactic checks. I mean a real check—from my own personal or business account—written specifically to you for $100. What would you do?

Use Your Words Wisely

“I’m never going to get anywhere in this job!”  “I’m so stressed out.” “Well, the doctors say it doesn’t look good.”

Don't Let The Storms Stop You

Have you ever watched one of those shows on T.V. about storm chasers?  You know, the shows with the people who actually speed around the country looking for tornadoes? Yes, tornadoes.

Can God Trust You?

Can God trust you? Seriously. Could He come and tap you on the shoulder and ask you to take on an assignment for Him?    Because He has given you something to do, and He has to be able to trust you to get it done.

Six Steps to Seizing the Moments

Are you seizing the moments in your life? Are you even seeing the moments in your life?  The definition of the word “seize” is to grasp suddenly and with force.

4 Practical Steps to Find Your Purpose

Why am I here? What is my purpose? What am I supposed to do with my life? 

It's Your Turn

What does it mean to be the light of the world? Mathew 5:14-16 says, “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”

Prayer Is More Than Just Speaking

Searching for Peace

The world is hungry for peace. People are always looking for peace. People spend money and time searching for peace. But they’re looking in the wrong places. They have it backwards. Because peace is a product of the inside.

Taxpayers Get Penalized For Lost Records Why Not the IRS?

- By Dan Pilla, the nation's leading tax expert and litigator The latest twist in the Congressional inquiry into the IRS's actions of targeting conservative political groups has taken a bizarre turn. For the past year, Congressional committees have been pushing the IRS and the White House to release the e-mails of Lois Lerner that were generated between 2010 and 2012, the period during which the IRS targeted numerous groups for improper, politically motivated scrutiny.