Hi all! Frank Coleman here. Thanks for poppin’ in.
I may ramble; I may wax eloquent; I may surprise even me.
What ever transpires here, is meant to stir thought.
“UBU” is my mantra.
I’ll let You-Be-You as long as you let Me-Be-Me.

‘Nuff said.


I have seen countless numbers of Christians in the years of the ministry that God has given me that seem to live below their Spiritual potential. Through personal encounters, e-mails, letters, or phone calls, men and women share their hearts with me about the fact that something is missing in their walk with Christ. I hear questions like;
“Why do I keep failing when I try so hard??”
“Why can’t I stop this destructive habit??”
“Is church all there is to the Spiritual life??”

These and hundreds of others give me an idea that there are an abundant number of God’s people who see themselves as failures.

The Word of God says that in order for you and I to move on in Spiritual maturity and overcome destructive tendencies or deadness in our walk for Christ, then we must see ourselves as Christ sees us. This list will show you how Christ sees you; IN HIM! Then, after you meditate on them for a while, praise him for showing you afresh what His sacrifice did for you! Check it out and be blessed.

Who Am I ?

I am the salt of the earth (Matt.5:13)

I am the light of the world (Matt.5:14)

I am a child of God (John 1:12)

I am a part of the true vine, a channel of Christ’s life (John 15:1,5)

I am Christ’s friend (John 15:15)

I am chosen and appointed by Christ to bear His fruit (John 15:16)

I am a slave to righteousness (Romans 6:18)

I am enslaved to God (Romans 6:22)

I am a son of God; God is spiritually my Father (Romans 8:14,15; Gal. 3:26; 4:6)

I am a joint heir with Christ, sharing His inheritance with Him (Romans 8:17)

I am a temple a dwelling place of God. His Spirit and His life dwells in me (1 Cor. 3:16, 6:19)

I am united to the Lord and am one Spirit with Him (1 Cor.6:17)

I am a member of Christ’s Body 1 Cor. 12:27; Eph.5:30)

I am a new creature (2 Cor. 5: 17)

I am reconciled to God and am a minister of reconciliation (2 Cor. 5: 18,19)

I am a son of God and one in Christ ( Gal. 3: 26,28)

I am an heir of God since I am a son of God (Gal. 4: 6,7)

I am a saint ( Eph. 1:1; 1Cor. 1:2; Phil. 1:1; Col. 1:2)

I am God’s workmanship-His handiwork-born anew in Christ to do His work (Eph. 2:10)

I am a fellow citizen with the rest of God’s family ( Eph.2:19)

I am a prisoner of Christ (Eph. 3:1; 4:1)

We all feel alone at times. When we depend on others to determine our value, then we place ourselves in a position to be disappointed.

Go to the Word Of God. He is our only help!

In His Service!

17 million user accounts stolen from popular app!

By Mark Jones,

One of my favorite things about the internet is being able to access so much helpful information. Of course, is the best resource online for tech information. I also like visiting sites that give me ideas on things to do and places to go. They are great for answering questions like, what are the best restaurants in my area?

Unfortunately, these sites don’t always have the greatest security protocols. Now, a popular restaurant app has been hacked and millions of users’ information was stolen.

Has your personal info been stolen?
We’re talking about one of the world’s largest restaurant search and discovery services, Zomato. It’s a website and app that lets users search for restaurants, read customer reviews and even order food for delivery. The company operates in 23 countries around the world and receives nearly 120 million visits per month by its users.

Zomato just announced that it is the victim of a massive data breach. A hacker was able to access its customer database and steal over 17 million users’ information. The hacker then posted the stolen data on the Dark Web for sale.

The stolen data includes:

  • Names
  • Email addresses
  • User IDs
  • Hashed passwords



Would you want a judge deciding your legacy?

via ABC News

A Minnesota judge has ruled that Prince’s estate, valued in the hundreds of millions of dollars, will go to his sister and five half-siblings.

District Court Judge Kevin Eide filed the ruling on Thursday in Carver County, Minnesota. “The heirs of the estate are determined to be Omarr Baker, Alfred Jackson, Sharon Nelson, Norrine Nelson, John R. Nelson and Tyka Nelson,” he said. Prince’s birth name was Prince Rogers Nelson.

The iconic “Purple Rain” singer died in April 2016 at the age of 57. An autopsy later determined that he died from an accidental fentanyl overdose, which he “self-administered.”

At the time of his death, Prince had no will.

The judge’s ruling also dictates how the assets will be distributed and he left the door open for appeals from parties who have claimed to be one of Prince’s heirs.



How Your Tax Dollars Are Used to Promote Corporate Propaganda

Story at-a-glance

  • The 2017 spending bill allocates $3 million for consumer education and outreach by the FDA and USDA to “promote understanding and acceptance of” biotechnology
  • Ninety-three percent of Americans have detectable levels of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup, in their urine. It’s been declared a carcinogen under Prop 65 in California and all glyphosate-containing products will require a cancer warning.
  • Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against Monsanto say the company hired shills to steer online conversations about Roundup — the chemical most commonly used on GE crops — thereby manipulating public knowledge about its dangers


9 Questions Every Tenant Should Ask

Before you sign a lease for a home or apartment it is important to ask the right questions. You need to fully understand your rights and responsibilities under the terms of the lease before you sign. Landlord tenant laws vary greatly depending on where you live. If you need assistance with a landlord tenant matter call your LegalShield provider law firm and speak with an attorney who is familiar with the laws in your state or province.

  1. What are the terms of the lease? Understand the terms of your lease before you sign. One common mistake renters make is signing a lease without fully understanding their rights and responsibilities. As a LegalShield member you can have an attorney review your lease and discuss it with you before you sign.
  2. What are my privacy rights? Landlords are permitted to enter the home to make repairs, show the property to prospective tenants or deal with an emergency. Generally, with the exception of an emergency, the landlord can only enter the home during normal business hours and must give you notice in advance. This may be subject to change depending upon the language of your lease or the local laws that apply to it.
  3. Who is responsible for repairs? Your landlord may be responsible for making repairs in a timely fashion and for keeping the premises safe and in compliance with health and other codes.However, the landlord’s responsibility varies depending on the terms of the lease and state or provincial laws.
  4. Can repair or maintenance costs be deducted from the security deposit? Generally, the landlord’s cost for repairing normal wear and tear cannot be deducted from your security deposit. In many cases damage caused by pets or careless behavior not associated with everyday use can be deducted. Protect your deposit by having a walk through with your landlord to document any preexisting issues before moving in. Before and after pictures may also be helpful if the landlord attempts to charge you for damages you did not cause.
  5. Is my personal property protected under the landlord’s insurance? Your landlord’s insurance would only cover the home or apartment. You are responsible for protecting your personal property. Renter’s insurance offers protection not only for your personal belongings, but also against personal injury claims that occur on or near your rental property. Have your LegalShield provider law firm review your renter’s policy prior to signing.
  6. How is the lease terminated? Do not break a lease without understanding your rights and responsibilities. In most cases you need to provide the landlord with written notice. Many leases automatically renew if notice is not given. In some rare instances tenants can break a lease without notice, but laws vary and it is important to understand the proper procedure for breaking your lease. If you need to get out of your lease before it expires, call your provider law firm first.
  7. How long will I need to wait for my deposit to be returned? Your landlord must return your deposit in a reasonable amount of time. Specific time frames may vary. If you need assistance with the return of a security deposit, your LegalShield provider law firm can help.
  8. What can I do to settle a dispute with my landlord? Never stop paying rent to settle a dispute with your landlord. Even if you have a legitimate claim against your landlord, the landlord may still be entitled to evict you if you do not pay rent. Call your LegalShield provider law firm immediately if you have a dispute with your landlord.
  9. What happens if I can’t pay my rent? Under most circumstances, your landlord cannot take your property, change your locks or turn off your utilities merely because you failed to pay rent. However, the landlord may be able to file eviction proceedings against you in court. Try to work with your landlord if you are unable to make payment. The landlord may accept a late payment if you notify him or her in advance.

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