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Downtown Pittsburgh at Sunrise from Station Square on Pittsburgh’s South Side.

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They’re coming! Your Steel City Yellow Jackets will open up their inaugural ABA season at CCAC Allegheny Campus, On Pittsburgh’s North Side, on Saturday, November 8th against the Baltimore Hawks! RHE will be there….. Will YOU be there?!

Please click on the video above this post to check out a promo from your Yellow Jackets about the opportunity for you to be a part of Pittsburgh sports history made in just 7 weeks by attending the first-ever game for Pittsburgh’s newest team in the City of Champions… YOUR Steel City Yellow Jackets!!!


TODAY’S WORD, THOUGHT AND PRAYER FOR VICTORY From Joel Osteen “Attitude in Adversity”

In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus.

-Philippians 2:5

There’s an old saying, “attitude determines altitude.” In other words, a positive, faith-filled attitude will cause you to rise higher in life, but a negative, self-defeated attitude will only drag you down.

When we face adversity, our attitude affects the outcome. Are we going to treat people right even when we’re being mistreated? Are we going to stay full of joy even when the bottom falls out? So many people get all bent out of shape and start complaining when things don’t go their way, but that kind of attitude only closes the door to God’s miracle-working power. The Bible says that faith is what pleases God. Understand that He’s trying to work in your life. He’s trying to get you prepared for promotion, but you’ve got to stay on His side. You’ve got to stand strong and fight that good fight of faith!

If you are going through a difficult time today, keep an attitude of faith and expectancy. Start thanking God for bringing you through to the other side. As you stand strong, you’ll rise higher. You’ll come out stronger and wiser, and you will experience the abundant life God has for you!

Heavenly Father, today I choose to have a positive, faith-filled attitude. I choose to bless You and trust You even when things don’t make sense in my natural mind. I know You have a good plan for me and trust that You are working all things out for my good in Jesus’ name. Amen.

On the evening of September 5th, 2014, Pittsburgh area American Cancer Society volunteers, supporters and staff hosted the nation’s — and practically, the world’s — largest Stand Up 2 Cancer viewing party. More than 600 people packed into Latitude 40 in North Fayette, PA (near Pittsburgh International Airport) for this big event to finish the fight to Stand Up To Cancer!

Robert Hester Entertainment would like to thank one of the event’s coordinator’s, Bobby Cherry of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, for allowing Robert Hester Photography capture the moments that truly defined an evening filled with fun, raffles, and live music in an effort for Pittsburgh, and the world, to Stand Up To Cancer!

To check out more photos from this very inspirational event, please visit RHE’s pages on Facebook, Google Plus and Pittsburgh Grapevine!

TODAY’S WORD, THOUGHT AND PRAYER FOR VICTORY From Joel Osteen “Be a Prisoner of Hope”

Return to your fortress, you prisoners of hope; even now I announce that I will restore twice as much to you.

-Zechariah 9:12

When things get difficult, it’s easy to want to give up. It’s easy to get down and discouraged. But, that’s not God’s plan for us. God wants us to be so full of hope, so full of expectancy that we just can’t help believing for the best. He wants us to be prisoners of hope!

When you’re a prisoner of something, it’s like you’re chained to it. In other words, you can’t get away from it. I know people that are prisoners of fear, prisoners of worry, prisoners of doubt. You’ve heard them. “Nothing good ever happens to me.” “It’s never going to change. It’s just been too long.” No, you’re chained to the wrong thing. You need to break those chains and become a prisoner of hope. That means that no matter how long it’s taking, no matter how impossible it looks, our attitude should be, “I just can’t help it. I know it’s going to work out. I know I’m going to overcome. It may be taking a long time, but I know this too shall pass. It may be difficult, but I know that means I’m closer to my victory because I am a prisoner of hope!”

Father, today I choose to be a prisoner of hope. I choose to wrap myself in hope and attach myself to it! Thank You for everything You are doing in and through me in Jesus’ name. Amen.

TODAY’S WORD, THOUGHT AND PRAYER FOR VICTORY From Joel Osteen “When The Intensity Gets Turned Up”

Save us, O God of our salvation, and gather and deliver us from among the nations, that we may give thanks to your holy name and glory in your praise.

-1 Chronicles 16:35

Whenever life gets difficult and it seems like the intensity has been turned up, that’s a sign you are closer to your victory. When those lies are bombarding your mind, when you’re tempted to get discouraged or feel like throwing in the towel, that’s not the time to back down. That’s the time to dig your heels in and put on a new attitude because you are closer to your victory.

Maybe you’ve had a lot of things come against you. It seems like the more you pray the worse it gets. You’re doing the right thing, but the wrong thing is happening. The easy thing is to say, “Forget it. I don’t have to put up with this.” “This marriage is never going to work.” “I’ll never be able to raise this child.” Or, “I don’t like this job.” No, instead of getting discouraged, instead of going around sour and bitter, you need to say, “I’ve come too far to stop now. I’ve been through too much to back down. I realize the reason the intensity has been turned up is because I’m about to embrace my victory!” Keep standing, keep praying, keep hoping and stay in faith even when the intensity gets turned up!

Father, You’ve seen everything I’ve been through. You know what I’ve had to endure. I trust that You are working behind the scenes and leading me into victory. I keep my faith and trust in You and expect to see Your mighty hand in Jesus’ name! Amen.

On Saturday, September 27th, Yours Truly invites you Flip Flops Bar in West View, PA to meet and greet your new sports team that calls the City of Champions home… Your Steel City Yellow Jackets!! Further details on Your Yellow Jackets’ first-ever meet and greet are listed in this photo above this post!!!


Do not, therefore, fling away your fearless confidence, for it carries a great and glorious compensation of reward.

-Hebrews 10:35

We all have goals that we want to accomplish and situations we’re believing will turn around. But so often when it’s taking a long time, the negative thoughts come that say, “It’s never going to change.” “You’re never going to get well.” “You’re never going to get out of debt.” “That child is never going to straighten up.” If we’re not careful, we’ll get discouraged and end up just settling where we are.

Many times, we miss out on God’s best because we gave up too soon. Just another few days of believing, another few weeks of doing the right thing, or another few months of staying in faith, and we would see that promise come to pass.

Hebrews 10:35 tells us that if we will stay in faith, if we will keep believing, keep hoping, keep doing the right thing, God promises there will be a reward. One translation says, “Don’t get discouraged. Payday is coming.” When you’re tempted to get down and things are not going your way, you need to keep telling yourself, “This may be hard. It may be taking a long time, but I know God is a faithful God, and I’m going to keep believing, knowing that my payday is on its way!”

Father, thank You for Your grace to stand strong no matter what I am facing. I choose to stay in faith. I choose to keep praying. I choose to keep believing, knowing that victory is on the way for me in Jesus’ name! Amen.

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