I thought I knew a person I once called friend. I soon realized to know a person one must walk all types of paths. The traveling journey becomes tedious and tumultuous when the paths are going in separate ways. The friend I thought I knew was ever so close but always really far. As the … More Enemy-Stranger So Close
SITTING STILL…. reflecting on today’s events. Many things are running through my mind…. God is speaking clearly. I was blessed today by two women of God who allowed God to flow through them to speak to the people. (God is already stirring in me…..a teaching series on The Manifestations of Change….. I’m sitting with … More DO THE WORK AND BEAR FRUIT
Time to give back??? Time to stop taking? I heard that there were only two types of people. The Givers and The Takers. You’ll know which category you fall in by what you do? If your hand is always out for me, mine, ours, etc then you’re a taker. In contrast if your time, talent, … More GIVE Myself AWAY
Whatever you are believing God for, God can do it! Just TRUST and don’t DOUBT! Live like its ALREADY DONE!
Your heart, your muscles, your doctor. just start listening when the body is talking. We must TAKE care of the body so the body can take care of us! I’ve recently started listening to these squeaky knees, headaches, back pains etc… Been also paying attention to my love levels. The love of sweets, pizza and … More Listen to your Feet
I awaken about 6 hours ago, around 4am. I peered out the window long enough to see the sun slowly rising, as it did…. Many thoughts, “What do I owe such an awesome privilege to be among the land of the living?” How can I give back to this day that fully articulates my appreciation? … More Wonderful Wednesday
Recently I had a bad experience with a minister talking about Whitney’s death and after life….openly from the pulpit. It wasn’t a point made and kept it moving with the message.. But he labored on details, jokes made, judgements, with much laughing and jeering. I’m sorry it’s still in my head and I am disturbed. … More Please…Not from the Pulpit