“WTAL 52 Days of Pecking Orders – Day 1 “

(Ex. 22:25), you would not remove items necessary for one’s livelihood (Deut. 24:10-14), and you would forgive all debts every seven years (Deut. 15:1).

- How to check your credit.. It’s free!

Christians need good credit too!!!

Greeting to all of our WIFI Subscribers, Family, Friend’s and Visitors…  Today we  embark upon the next 52 days of pecking orders from Bishop T.D. Jakes that extends from the Woman Thou Art Loosed Conference in Atlanta, I will be following his daily instructions and sharing them via blog related to his instructions.. This is going to be a phenomenal experience.. for the next 52 days..

Step # 1  - We will be checking our credit, and working on making sure it’s acceptable in the eye sight of man, and the Lord… I know that not many churches will not touch this issue, and  imagine if they did, how much less you would probably have to beg at offering time … If people knew the principles of giving and what God asks is only a measly 10% of our earnings… The first fruit of our labor..   So today I have enclosed some links and simple ways for our subscribers, family and friends who follow us get started right on this first day..

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WTAL 52 Days of Pecking Orders – Day 1

Lord, we start this journey and consecrate ourselves over the next 52 days. Lord, I’m asking you to break curses, remove restrictions, tear down barriers, heal discrepancies, work out credit reports, and open up unbelievable favor. Send the kind of FAVOR that will remind them of this defining moment.

In the spirit Lord, I see doors flying open like at a grocery store…doors opening before they can even touch them. Let doors fly wide open.

Make ways for your people as we align ourselves with your word. Meet us in the spirit, Lord. Change lives, give increase and create new positions. I speak promotion. I speak entrepreneurs.

I speak a new generation of evangelists, prophets and bible scholars. Let your gifts flourish right now, in Jesus name…Amen.

 

“At Woman Thou Art Loosed, I preached a message titled “The Pecking Order”. If you missed it, get your hands on a copy or download the MP3 from our site. During the conference God also moved me to share one of my breakthrough scriptures — Luke 2:52 “And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man.”

For the next 52 Days, beginning tomorrow, we’re going to meet in the Spirit via social media. I’m going to be giving you “Pecking Orders” to help unlock FAVOR and POTENTIAL in your life and coach you into your destiny. Some of these orders will be spiritual…others will be natural, concerning issues like credit, debt, and leadership.

I’m challenging you to have 52 days of undistracted devotion with God. Get up early and give God the first fruits of your day. Have private devotion time. Meditate over Luke 2:52 and pray “Lord, Make me increase in wisdom and stature and favor…” Then, read your pecking orders for the day and believe God for a shift in your life. I want to pray for you as we embark on this journey!”

Bishop T.D. Jakes

The Three Major Credit Bureaus

Here’s how to contact the three major credit bureaus to ask about or obtain your credit report or credit score, alert creditors to a possible fraud using your name, or for any other reason:

Equifax: 800-685-1111 (general) or 800-525-6285 (fraud); P.O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374; www.equifax.com

Experian: 888-397-3742 (general and fraud); PO Box 2002, Allen, TX 75013, www.experian.com.

TransUnion: 800-888-4213 (general) or 800-680-7289 (fraud); P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19022; www.transunion.com.

Note: To “opt out” or remove your name and address from mailing lists provided by these three credit bureaus and another nationwide company (Innovis) to marketers, call toll-free 888-567-8688. See “Call the Credit Bureaus to Limit Unsolicited Offers” for more details.
How to Get Your Free Annual Credit Report from Experian

Under federal law you are entitled to a copy of your credit report every twelve months from all three credit reporting agencies – Experian®, Equifax® and TransUnion® – once every 12 months. Every consumer should check their credit reports from each of the 3 bureaus every year. Doing so will make sure your credit is up-to-date and accurate. Each reporting agency collects and records information in different ways and may not have the same information about your credit history.

How can I request my free statutory annual credit file disclosure?
You may contact the Central Source by visiting www.AnnualCreditReport.com
You can request by phone and call 877 FACTACT
You can complete the Request Form and mail it to:
Annual Credit Report Request Service, P.O. Box 105281, Atlanta, GA 30348-5281
When you order, you will need to provide your name, address, Social Security number, and date of birth. To verify your identity, you may need to provide some information on your credit report, such as the amount of your monthly mortgage payment.

Your free annual credit report does not include your credit score. A credit score is an additional service that can be purchased when getting your credit report. Along with knowing your credit score you will learn what factors positively or negatively impact your credit risk.

What is the FACT Act?
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACT Act) was signed into law in December 2003. The FACT Act, a revision of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, allows consumers to get one free comprehensive disclosure of all of the information in their credit file from each of the three national credit reporting companies once every 12 months through a Central Source.

Is everyone eligible to get their free statutory annual credit file disclosure?
Yes. As of Dec. 1, 2005 all consumers are eligible to request their statutory annual credit file disclosure once every twelve months.

How often can I get a free credit file disclosure?
The FACT Act entitles consumers to get one free statutory credit file disclosure from each of the three national credit reporting companies every twelve months.

What is a credit report?
Your personal credit report contains details about your financial behavior and identification information. Experian® collects and organizes data about your credit history from your creditor’s and public records. We make your credit report available to current and prospective creditors, employers and others as permitted by law, which may speed up your ability to get credit. Getting a copy of your credit report makes it easy for you to understand what lenders see when they check your credit history. Learn more.

- Lord, We Need Your Blessing 
The Jackson Southernaires

  • He who puts up security for another will surely suffer, but whoever refuses to strike
    hands in pledge is safe.  Proverbs 11:15
  • Better to be a nobody and yet have a servant than pretend to be somebody and have
    no food.  Proverbs 12:9
  • One man pretends to be rich, yet has nothing; another pretends to be poor, yet has
    great wealth.  Proverbs 13:7
  • Of what use is money in the hand of a fool, since he has no desire to get wisdom?  Proverbs 17:16
  • A man lacking in judgment strikes hands in pledge and puts up security for his neighbor.  Proverbs 17:18
  • The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.  Proverbs 22:7
  • Do not be a man who strikes hands in pledge or puts up security for debts; if you lack
    the means to pay, your very bed will be snatched from under you. Proverbs 22:26-27

 

Posted by:  Minister Evelyn Diane Thomas  D&T: 10/8/2012

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