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Sunday, August 28, 2011


THIS IS NOT A PAID POST..... XP3 GASOLINE AND DIESEL FUEL ADDITIVES. ECONOMICAL - Reduces fuel consumption and maintenance costs EFFICIENT - Disperses water and improves combustion / ECOLOGICAL - Reduces fumes and toxic emissions CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL Xp3, is formulated to improve the performance of all kinds of gasoline and diesel fuels .• Improves combustion and increases engine power • Reduces fuel consumption • Reduces levels of toxic emissions • Stabilizes light and heavy oils • Has a detergent and antioxidant effect • Reduces corrosion and increases the life of your engine • Totally disperses water in fuel • Improves engine starting and avoids pre-ignition • Improves the stabilization, lubricity and detergency of the fuel • Works with all classes of gasoline and diesel fuel • Xp3 is a combination of synthetic resins and organic compounds .• Does not contain any aromatics or naphtha • 100% biodegradable • Improves the pour point • Avoids fuel freezing during winter Why is Xp3 valuable to use in your vehicle? Today’s engine fuel delivery systems have extremely close tolerances, which means any deposit buildup will cause increase friction, such as injector chatter and pump cavitations, and results in excessive wear of the fuel system components. This operational problem in the fuel delivery system causes irregular and often incomplete injection of the required amount of fuel. The result is poor combustion, low power, with a corresponding tendency for the driver to downshift the transmission and step on the accelerator to maintain power and speed. Fuel treated with Xp3 will eliminate these problems and maximize engine fuel efficiency! Today's diesel fuel efficiency is affected by the amount of contamination present, the stability characteristics, and the lubrication value of the fuel. While none of these fuel conditions typically are major issues regarding fuel efficiency, each one plays a part in the entire fuel efficiency picture. As the status of these conditions deteriorates (contamination increases, stability decreases, or lubricity value lessens), the fuel efficiency (fuel-economy) will be negatively impacted. Xp3 saves company over $87,000 per year! Click here to see TEST RESULTS.Xp3 significantly reduced particulate emissions (CO, Nox, SO2 and Opacity). Click here to see TEST RESULTS. Xp3 applies the polarization of the fuel molecules, creating a smoother and more stable fuel. The lubricity added by Xp3 to the fuel will resolve the problem of reduced or lack of lubricity of the fuel. Xp3 will allow for a better combustion process will reduce the temperature on the combustion chamber and the exhaust fumes temperature. DIRECTIONS: Xp3 Gas Additive: Add to tank "before" fueling. You may see results almost immediately unless your vehicle has not been serviced for a long time. In such a case you may need to try the Gas Fuel Additive a few times before you will notice results. Xp3 Gas Fuel Additive is available in the following sizes: 24 mL/0.80 fl oz Gas container – treats up to 75.7 L/20 gallons of fuel. 480 mL/16 fl oz Gas bottle – treats up to 1.5 kL/400 gallons of fuel. Xp3 Diesel Fuel Additive: Add 1 ounce of Xp3 Diesel Additive to your tank for every 113.56 L/30 gallons of fuel. You may see results almost immediately unless your vehicle has not been serviced for a long time. In such a case you may need to try the Diesel Fuel Additive a few times before you will notice results. Xp3 Diesel Fuel Additive is available in the following sizes: 24 mL/0.80 fl oz Diesel container – One container treats up to 90.9 L/24 gallons of fuel. 120 mL/4 fl oz Diesel bottle –One bottle treats up to 454 L/120 gallons of fuel. 480 mL/16 fl oz Diesel bottle – One bottle treats up to 1.9 kL/500 gallons of fuel. 3.8L/1 gallon Diesel bottle – One gallon treats up to 15 kL/4,000 gallons of fuel. 9.5 L/2.5 gallon Diesel bottle – One bottle treats up to 37.9 kL/10,000 gallons of fuel. If you want to know more about this additives that help your engine to have a long life and the same time you will save gas please visit my personal website: You can register to earn and save or you can contact me if you want to retail this product.



Guest post of the week by Brittany Booker When I was a child I remember my mom always gave me the safety speech. Do not talk to strangers, do not get into an unknown car and call for help if I found myself in a scary situation. Today these are only the basic things children need to be aware of. Technology has opened up another door for safety, but it has also caused more worry for parents and caregivers. It can be very stressful trying to protect your kids 24 hours a day. My husband and I decided we were not taking any chances and we went to http://WWW.Home-Alarm-Systems.comto find an alarm for our home. We feel safer knowing that we have that little box on the wall. My children can be downstairs and I may be upstairs and I am not worried. I think it is so cool how it works and my kids are impressed too. It is hard to get them excited by things like that because they think it is “so boring.” They are definitely fans of the alarm. Subscribe


The amazing account of steadfast conviction in Acts 20 reminds me of the importance of being immovable for God. In spite of repeated warnings by the Holy Spirit of the imprisonment and hardship awaiting him, Paul was hurrying to be in Jerusalem by the day of Pentecost because the same Spirit was sending him there on a ministry mission. Paul refused to be moved in his obedience to God’s will. But none of these things move me, nor do I count my life dear to myself, so that I may finish my race with joy, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God”. We all know people who, unlike Paul, have been moved from their place of commitment by greed, fear, laziness, or apathy. Oh, what they missed by moving! Paul talks of the joy that comes in addition to eternal reward from immovable obedience. This bumper sticker sums it up: “If you’re not as close to God as you used to be, guess who moved!” Let us move closer to Him Who bought us with the price of His blood. Let us plant our feet firmly on that immovable Rock, so we can say with Paul, “I shall not be moved from following my God!” We too can reap the joy that was his



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There comes a time for each of us when we find ourselves bent low with the weight of life’s burdens. It may be spiritual conflicts one after another until, in desperation, we cry out to God for relief. Believing we cannot take another crisis, we become consumed with fear when that relief is not forthcoming. Isn’t it marvelous that God knows exactly how much we can bear, and never lets us be tried beyond what we can handle. But tonight you may be saying, “But, God already gave me more that I can bear!” My friend, it may seem that way now, but God has provided a way for you to lighten your load! He tells us to give Him those burdens, the concerns that weigh us down, because He knows that they are too much for us to bear: Cast your burden upon the Lord (releasing the weight of it) and He will sustain you; He will never allow the (consistently) righteous to be moved – made to slip, fall or fail” (Psalm 55:22, AMP). He carries the weight. He lightens the load. Tell Him right now what you cannot handle and give it to Him. You may still have the problems, but He will show you new ways to handle it, or gently change the situation to relieve the pressure. However He chooses to do it, you can be assured that burdens given to Jesus will lighten your load...


Saturday, August 27, 2011


Ever since I can remember I’ve heard the saying, “God helps those who help themselves.” To those who don’t understand the Word of God, it sounds lofty and good because it’s really an excuse for their not wanting God in their lives. It’s also true that God does expect us to do what He places before us to do. God is not pleased with our shirking any responsibilities that are ours to do. However, there comes a time when, in our own self-confidence and zeal, we keep pushing ahead, only to find our efforts resulting in frustration and emptiness. The problem may be that you have tried to help God instead of letting Him help you. At times, God may need to demonstrate to us our need for His ability in our life. To remind us that He is our source of creativeness, strengths, and wisdom: for in Him we live and move and have our being as also some of your own poets have said, “For we are also His offspring” (Acts 17:28 KJV). The glory and honor should go to Him when we experience success


Friday, August 26, 2011


After a while I am so excited to be back on my writing hobby. Last night one of my friends just calls me and we have a long phone conversation. She mentioned that she is planning to go back to school after she delivered her first angel. She is planning to take some health care studies. I told her that if she want to find some good deals on uniforms she can check out where she can find a huge selection of nursing uniforms scrubs .Before we ended the phone conversation I'm thinking to also to take some medical degree. As we all know medical fields job are more in demand now a days. How about you folks, are you thinking to do the same as me.

Thursday, August 25, 2011


One day, a friend came to me, crying desperately, saying that her present situation was more than she could endure. She had been put in a hard place and wanted an immediate way of escape. Are you in a hard place today? Are you asking yourself, as my friend did, what possible glory God could derive from such a devastating experience? Let me encourage you with the answer I gave my friend. I know it was a word from the Lord because it set her free and gave her the peace she was lacking. I encourage you to use these words as a key to healing in your own hard place. I told my friend, “Just because it’s a hard place, don’t be so sure that God didn’t allow you there for a purpose. You cannot see God’s whole plan now, but be sure that He has a beautiful purpose to unfold. You may not know what He is preparing you for, but you dare not miss it.” Think about how dark a mine is – as dark as the hard place you are now in—yet, it has the capacity to produce the most brilliant of gems. Just like the mining process, our hardest trials can produce our dearest treasures.”...



What is your self-image? Do you think you are special, or just so-so? Do you see yourself as capable or as a dismal failure? Do you think you qualify for promotion, or feel you’ll never get ahead? The comparison could go on, touching every area of life, but chances are you aren’t seeing yourself in God’s “mirror of perfection”: and, therefore, have a distorted view. Some things we can’t see, no matter how keen our eyesight, unless we look into a mirror. There are also some things we can’t see with our spiritual vision unless we look into the “mirror” of God’s Word and see ourselves reflected there. That image is all the better with the brightness of the Holy Spirit turned on you. And all of us, as with unveiled face, (because we) continued to behold (in the Word of God) as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are constantly being transfigured into His very own image in ever increasing splendor and from one degree of glory to another; (for this comes) from the Lord (Who is) the Spirit . The Bible tells us that we are the righteousness of God in Christ, created in His image. This “perfection” is something we can’t see with our eyes, but rejoice, for this is how our loving God sees you – right now! So, beloved, take out that spiritual looking glass and take another peek. See yourself as God sees you... transformed into a winner by His mirror of perfection.


Monday, August 22, 2011


There is a blueprint for success that is far more profitable than any book or seminar that is presently available. It is a blueprint that far surpasses the success strategies of any modern method in existence. There is no price too high to pay for the wisdom contained in this blueprint. If you apply its principles in your life, you will be guaranteed prosperity and success. I can just hear you saying, “Let me at it! Where can I get this blueprint?” Hold on, my friend, I will wager that you already own this blueprint. It is called the Bible, otherwise known as the Word of God. This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success” (Joshua 1:8). Down through centuries of time God has preserved His blueprint for man to read and apply to his life. It is filled with guidelines for success and victory in every area of life. There is hardly a problem or need that is not addressed or a question that is not answered by a careful study of the Bible. God tells us that to gain the full benefits of His Word we are to have it so imbedded in our mind and hearts that it becomes our words and our actions. Make it a part


Saturday, August 20, 2011


Have you ever questioned God? Have you ever asked Him why He did something one way instead of another? Have you ever presented Him with alternate plans that certainly seemed more logical to you? Of course you have, because you’re human. Every one of us has surely questioned God at some point in our lives. We don’t question God’s existence or holiness or righteousness, and yet we question God’s judgment because things don’t work out the way we think they should or the way we want them to. If we don’t like the way He works in the circumstances of our lives – even though we’ve supposedly yielded our lives to Him – then we complain about His fairness and question His methods. Our big problem is that we would like to get God’s thinking in line with ours. But, God’s Word says: For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts (Isaiah 55:9). The secret to receiving God’s best for your life – the divine solution to your problems, and the plan of total victory in all of your circumstances – is not in getting God to work things our way, but in deciding that His way is what you really want and is for your best. Remember, He has the big perspective for your life; we only see what is confronting us today...


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