Friday, July 19, 2013

What Triple Clicks and SFI Affiliate Is All About – A Site Review

As I’ve been in the business of making money on-line for quite some time now, I’ve had my share of failures and success.

One of the best money making programs that I have encountered is Triple Clicks. Similar to that of Amazon, Triple Clicks is also a market place with a large selection of products from different categories that offer good deals. Triple Clicks has been in existence since 1998 and has a reputable track record to back up their claim.

What sets it different from Amazon is their affiliate program where members join thru their affiliate website known as SFI Affiliate. The program involves different daily activities one must accomplish to earn VP points.

Simple tasks such as completing your profile, viewing their daily basic training course, rating comments, building a network and so forth equates to an amount of VP points that are awarded to you. These points can then be used to purchase items on Triple Click giving you more awards and chances of winning credits that you can use through-out the program. It is a system of building up levels as you advance your way up to the top.

SFI Affiliate is also a self contained community that promotes team building and cooperation for everyone to succeed. It does not make you feel that you are left out on your own to work your way up. And while learning the site may seem a bit overwhelming, team leaders are available to personally assist a new member.
I’ve seen many affiliate programs that you can easily quit out on. I can consider Triple Clicks and SFI Affiliate as highly motivated program that can get you hooked the moment you join.

SFI Affiliate and Triple Clicks comes in highly recommendable for those who are serious enough to earn a respectable amount of money on the internet. To learn more about SFI Affiliate and Triple Clicks, just click on the banner below to join.

Monday, August 13, 2012


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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Countdown To The 2012 London Olympics

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The start of the 2012 London Olympics promises to be the most spectacular opening ceremony in Olympic history. With just a few days to go, the whole world is anticipating in excitement of what this years quadrennial sporting event will offer. 

Over 10,000 athletes from 205 countries will converge at the 2012 London Olympics to compete for the most coveted award in sport, the Olympic gold medal. Competition will be held in 302 events across 26 sports in newly renovated and constructed spectacular venues across the United Kingdom:

The Aquatic Center


 Serving as the main gateway to the Olympic Park, the Aquatic Center is a breath taking structure designed by a well known architect. The Aquatic Center will be a permanent venue that will be home to aquatic sporting events for the Olympics and future sporting events.

 City of Covetry Stadium

 A stadium that houses the Championship team Coventry City, this venue will hold the Olympic Football Tournament which promises to be the most viewed event in the Olympics.

Basketball Arena

With the likes of several basketball superstars included in the games, the Basketball Arena will certainly provide a befitting venue for the popular sport of basketball. The Basketball Arena is newly built temporary structure which will be one of the most used venues with competitions taking place everyday.  

BMX Track

Located north of the Olympic Park and next to the Velodrome, The BMX Track is a newly constructed sporting venue that will be used for the off-road  dirt bike competition. The track covers a total area of 160m x 90M.  A grand venue for a newly introduced sport to the Olympics.

When the games begin, people from all over the world will surely be focused on   the events.  Many will be  gathering latest updates and results in the hopes that their country's athletes would do them proud by winning medals.

And as the Olympic fever rises, be sure to catch yourself a token of this memorable global sporting event.

Read more on  the 2012 London Olympics Mobile App - Top 4 Choices.

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Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Lion Of Judah

Lion in the Serengeti
Lion in the Serengeti,
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Read: Isaiah 31:1-5
Do not weep. Behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has prevailed. —Revelation 5:5

The lounging lions in Kenya’s Masai Mara game reserve looked harmless. They rolled on their backs in low-lying bushes. They rubbed their faces on branches as if trying to comb their magnificent manes. They drank leisurely from a stream. They strode slowly across dry, scrubby terrain as if they had all the time in the world. The only time I saw their teeth was when one of them yawned.

Their serene appearance is deceiving, however. The reason they can be so relaxed is that they have nothing to fear—no shortage of food and no natural predators. The lions look lazy and listless, but they are the strongest and fiercest of all. One roar sends all other animals running for their lives.

Sometimes it seems as if God is lounging. When we don’t see Him at work, we conclude that He’s not doing anything. We hear people mock God and deny His existence, and we anxiously wonder why He doesn’t defend Himself. But God “will not be afraid of their voice nor be disturbed by their noise” (Isa. 31:4). He has nothing to fear. One roar from Him, and His detractors will scatter like rodents.

If you wonder why God isn’t anxious when you are, it’s because He has everything under control. He knows that Jesus, the Lion of Judah, will triumph.

When fear and worry test your faith
And anxious thoughts assail,
Remember God is in control
And He will never fail. —Sper

Because God is in control, we have nothing to fear.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

A Lover Of God

100 Days Praise Challenge-Day 39
100 Days Praise Challenge-Day 39,
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Read: Matthew 22:34-40
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. —Matthew 22:37

In a brief biography of St. Francis of Assisi, G. K. Chesterton begins with a glimpse into the heart of this unique and compassionate man born in the 12th century. Chesterton writes: “As St. Francis did not love humanity but men, so he did not love Christianity but Christ. . . . The reader cannot even begin to see the sense of a story that may well seem to him a very wild one, until he understands that to this great mystic his religion was not a thing like a theory but a thing like a love-affair.”

When Jesus was asked to name the greatest command in the Law, He replied, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the first and great commandment” (Matt. 22:37-38). The questioner wanted to test Jesus, but the Lord answered him with the key element in pleasing God. First and foremost, our relationship with Him is a matter of the heart.

If we see God as a taskmaster and consider obedience to Him as a burden, then we have joined those of whom the Lord said, “I have this against you, that you have left your first love” (Rev. 2:4).

The way of joy is to love the Lord with all our heart, soul, and mind.

Oh, help me, Lord, to take by grace divine
Yet more and more of that great love of Thine;
That day by day my heart may give to Thee
A deeper love, and grow more constantly. —Mountain

Put Christ first and you’ll find a joy that lasts.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Little Things

Read: 2 Corinthians 1:3-7
The Father of mercies and God of all comfort . . . comforts us in all our tribulation. —2 Corinthians 1:3-4

A medical school program in New York gives students who are training for geriatric medicine a unique opportunity. They experience life as nursing home residents for 10 days. They learn some of the struggles of maneuvering a wheelchair and being raised out of bed with a lift, as well as reaching the shower bar from a seated position. One student learned how little things counted for a lot—like lowering nameplates on doors so that patients can find their rooms more easily, or putting the TV remote in a reachable location.
Although the students still can’t fully relate, they will be better able to serve the elderly in their future work.
Sometimes God gives us the opportunity to use the lessons we’ve learned and the comfort He’s given us during difficult times to help others in special ways. Paul indicated this when he wrote: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble” (2 Cor. 1:3-4).
Are you using the lessons you’ve learned in your trials to touch the lives of others? Remember—even little things can mean a lot.

The comfort God has given us
He wants us now to share
With others who are suffering
So they will sense His care. —Sper
God doesn’t comfort us to make us comfortable;
He comforts us to make us comforters.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Preparation And Expectation

advent wreath 2
advent wreath 2,
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Read: Luke 2:8-12; 21:25-28
An angel of the Lord stood before them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them. —Luke 2:9

When our children were young, we observed Advent (the time beginning on the fourth Sunday before Christmas through Christmas Eve) by making a wreath and lighting candles each night after supper. We sang a carol and read a short Bible passage about the birth of Christ. This was a special time of preparing our hearts to celebrate Christmas.
But Advent is more than that. When Christians first started practicing it in the fourth century, they viewed it not only as preparation for celebrating Jesus’ birth but also as a time of looking forward to His second coming. They found hope and cheer in the sure promise of His return.
The gospel of Luke describes “the glory of the Lord” that shone around the shepherds when the angel announced the Savior’s birth (2:9). Luke also records Jesus’ promise that He will return “with power and great glory” (21:27). These two events frame the purpose for which the Son of God came into the world.
In Latin advent means “a coming.” The weeks before Christmas can be a wonderful season of repentance and expectation as we celebrate our Lord’s first advent in Bethlehem and anticipate His second advent when He returns in glory. Christ has come! Christ is coming again!

The first time Jesus came to earth,
Humble was His story;
But He has promised to return
With power and great glory. —Sper
Christ has come! Christ is coming again!