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Victory April 4, 2010

Victory April 4, 2010

This sermon is the Homily that Pastor Helton of Israel Metropolitan CME Church gave during our Easter Celebration.  


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1. Abdel wrote:
You just have to figure out if it's worth what you're getitng out of it. What do the classes include? Are there extra benefits? How long does the program last? How many classes per week? (There you can break it down and figure out how much it would be per class. I find that helps when I do classes. )We have bootcamps where I live that are a few hundred dollars but you get a lot out of them so it does seem worth it if you have the money. For $500 US though, I think you would have to get A LOT out of it for it to be worth it.

Wed, May 30, 2012 @ 3:30 AM

2. Aijaz wrote:
Yes, the Cowboys gave up way too much, but you have to consider when the trade was made. The Cowboys were the team to beat at that time, in a very tough doiisvin. Jerry Jones may have been thinking that if he could add this missing piece it would get them to the Superbowl, similar to the way Baseball teams make a trade at the deadline to put them over the top. Generally speaking few WRs make an impact with a new team, Randy Moss, Wes Welker, T.O. are the only recent ones that come to mind. Also Coles did okay in Washington but not great, then played well when he went back to NYJ. Trading mid-season like that and Roy Williams didn’t have a chance to learn and work his way into the system, so he didn’t give them the return they wanted. You have to think that Roy Williams will turn things around this year and his numbers should be better than in Detroit, we’ll see. Given that Detroit would have eventually lost him anyway and it was a mid-season trade, the Cowboys should have been able to give much less. Now with Chad, it all depends on what he’s telling you. He’s been quite, but is he telling the Bengals that he really wants out? Does he want to give it a shot and try to regain his Probowl form? If he’s really not happy then I think you let him go for a 2nd round pick. It won’t replace Chad, but it may fill another need for this year such as C, G, or RB. Letting Chad go is risky, but you have to look at Simpson and Caldwell and decide if they will make an impact. Henry might be able to take Chad’s spot, but may be used as the 3rd WR with Coles or Caldwell sliding to the slot. Caldwell contributes on special teams, but I don’t think that Henry and Simpson do. If you go with 5 WR, you kind of need another special teamer.

Thu, May 31, 2012 @ 8:34 PM

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