Beattitude: Joy

Joy : the emotion evoked by well-being : a state of happiness or felicity Two years ago I was going through a heart break situation. In that, I visited a church in which the pastor spoke joy over me. A year later I visited another church and again the word joy was given to me... Continue Reading →

Ace of Grace

Grace is defined as God's unmerited favor. That is, grace is God doing good for us that we do not deserve. It's been a rough few days here at the office. I had unintentionally let some things slide through the cracks in some of my projects and now my mistakes are all being discovered all... Continue Reading →

The Sword Against Satan

Beloved readers, I have an assignment for you. Research your Bible and see how many different names for Satan you can find. Remember, greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world (1 John 4:4), so don't think of this assignment as an open door to the devil. In fact,... Continue Reading →

A New Name I Give Myself

Genesis 17: ...“No longer shall your name be called Abram, But your name shall be Abraham; ... Then God said to Abraham, “As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai, but Sarah shall be her name. When God began His new covenant with man, Abraham and Sarah were given new names... Continue Reading →

Shoma a Rhema Word

Yesterday morning as I was starting my day, half asleep and praying, the Lord revealed a Rhema word to me. Being that I am horrible at dictation, the Lord revealed the word to me by plainly spelling it out ... s-h-o-m-a. In semi conscious state, I reached for my pencil and notepad and wrote it... Continue Reading →

Kneel to Bless

I was on my way to work this morning, and as usual, I had my dial set on 105.7FM to the Urban Alternative. While on the road, I was getting frustrated at the continued red brake lights in front of me. Apparently, there had been an accident, making traffic extra slow. I thought, honestly, it... Continue Reading →

Purpose in Salvation

1 John 2:2 He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world. Propitiation: wrath of God poured on Christ instead of me Atonement: satisfaction for our wrong reconciliation of (between) God and humankind through Jesus Christ In the doctrine of Atonement, we... Continue Reading →

Today is the Day

After what seemed like a major emotional downpour for me last week, I feel delightfully rejuvenated today. Maybe my rejuvenation comes from praying more, maybe it came from the hearing of God's Word at church yesterday, maybe it came from the insightful Bible study before church, maybe it came from spending time with my parents,... Continue Reading →

The Christ

In class a few weeks ago, someone raised the question, Why is Jesus called Christ? Our professor replied, Christ is a title, the Greek word for Messiah. That's why sometimes we hear, Jesus the Christ, or Jesus the Messiah. Messiah means anointed. In other words, Christ is not His last name. He is not Mr.... Continue Reading →

Jesus Saves

Matthew 1:21 "She will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus*, for He will save His people from their sins." *Jesus is the Greek form of Joshua, which means the LORD saves. JESUS SAVES. I have had this bold statement on the back windshield of my car for a few months now.... Continue Reading →

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