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“FORGIVENESS is the gift you give yourself.” ~ Suzanne Somers
Good day Everyone! I have been inspired to join the ACS in their annual walk for curing Cancer this year. Please join me on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 9 AM in Edison, NJ to support the cause. If you are not available, please support by donation. Any amount is fine and very much appreciated.… Continue reading This is for Breast Cancer Awareness
Lessons I’ve Learned Our feelings sometimes get hurt unexpectedly and it does feel uneasy and bumpy. However, that doesn’t mean it’s ok to not love. Sometimes a loved one will not be what you need them to be at any given moment. It’s upsetting, it hurts, but the love is still there. The love will… Continue reading Feelings! Whoa Whoa Whoa Feelings!
Lessons I’ve learned If time alone were the main ingredient for a loving relationship, then everyone would be in bliss at any given moment. But the fuel that really keeps the fires burning is attention, care and quality time. It is the time and attention that make the difference. If you feel that you aren’t… Continue reading Strengthen Your Relationship
Love and relationships. This is one area of my life that could use some healing. We all want to be loved by someone. We all want someone to love. We all need healing when things go sour from time to time. What do I know about love? I can honestly say that what I thought… Continue reading A Love Of My Own
Arise, shine for THY LIGHT IS COME, and the GLORY OF THE LORD is RISEN UPON THEE. I hope you Enjoy this awesome Sunday 🙂
The spiritual journey of every believer can be enhanced by reference to these three symbols–like gauges on the control panel of our lives. The altar, our spiritual center. It is here that we spend time with God in prayer and worship. It is here where we develop and strengthen our covenant with God. Are the… Continue reading Genesis
MAY THE LORD’S GIFT OF LOVE LIGHT UP YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES FOREVER. HAVE A BLESSED EASTER SUNDAY.
CRUCIFIXION WAS A BRUTAL, gruesome, and highly public form of capital punishment employed by various ancient societies as a deterrent. Sometimes rulers ordered that members of rebel groups be crucified dozens at a time, with crosses lining the roads. When the Romans took control of the Mediterranean world, they perfected the science of crucifixion. The… Continue reading Thursdays Dose Of Knowledge ~ The Crucifixion Of Jesus
A very special blessing for all of you on this day and always. Have a wonderful, wonderful Palm Sunday!!
AFTER JESUS WAS ARRESTED in the Garden of Gethsemane, he was taken before the Sanhedrin, the supreme religious counsel that consisted of key elders in the Jewish community in Jerusalem. The Sanhedrin, which comprised both Sadducees and Pharisees, called several witnesses to give testimony against Jesus during this first phase of his trials, but Jesus… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge ~ The Trails of Jesus
ONE OF THE 12 Apostles of Jesus, Judas Iscariot served as treasurer of the group. He betrayed Jesus by leading soldiers to the place where Jesus prayed. Stricken with guilt over the betrayal, he committed suicide. We have no record of Judas’s background, except that he was the son of a man named Simon and… Continue reading Thursdays Dose Of Knowledge ~ Judas Iscariot
AFTER GOD’S SIX DAYS of creative activity, the bible says on the seventh day “God rested from all the work that he had done in creation” (Genesis 2:3). The noun form of the verb ” to rest” is shabbat, which is the Hebrew name for the sabbath day. Thus we see that the observance of… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge ~ Establishing The Sabbath
ON PALM SUNDAY Christians annually commemorate Jesus’ last entry into Jerusalem. As described in Mark 11, after Jesus had sent his disciples to bring him a colt, they put blankets on the animal, and Jesus sat upon it. While Jesus entered Jerusalem on the colt, people put their cloaks and leafy branches on the path… Continue reading Thursdays Dose Of Knowledge ~Triumphant and Victorious
Invitation to the Lord’s Salvation The rain and snow come down from the heavens and stay on the ground to water the earth. They cause the grain to grow, producing seed for the farmer and bread for the hungry. It is the same with my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit.… Continue reading Invitation to the Lord’s Salvation
JOHN WAS THE PROPHET who prepared the way for Jesus’ ministry. Like his younger cousin Jesus, John had a miraculous birth foretold by an angel of the Lord. Born to aged parents of a priestly family, John was destined to be “great in the sight of the Lord” (Luke 1:15), the angel said, echoing similar… Continue reading Thursday Dose of Knowledge – John The Baptist
Who is this GOD I serve? Who is this King of Glory? He is the Lord Almighty, Omnipotent King, Rock of Ages, Prince of Peace, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Exalted One, Devine Deliverer, Provider, Protector, Ruling Lord, and Reigning King of all the universe. He is the Author of Holiness, the Teacher of… Continue reading GOD IS…
God’s creative work didn’t end with His creation of the world. He continues His work today by giving each of us a dose of creativity. He invites us to be part of His plan and purpose for the earth by using this creative energy. Your ideas are God’s gift to you for your provision, prosperity,… Continue reading Accepting Our Gifts
For most people, the morning is the best time to memorize Scripture because one’s mind is fresh, alert, and free from distractions. There are many ways to memorize Scripture. Find the one that works best for you and begin hiding God’s Word in your heart so it may bring continual life and nourishment to you.… Continue reading Bear Fruit This Morning
Good Morning Tuesday! Have an awesome day!
HUSBAND OF MARY and stepfather of Jesus, Joseph played a crucial role in Jesus’ earthly birth. Betrothed to Mary, he was shocked to learn she was pregnant. Since he knew he was not the father, he planned to break their betrothal, but he planned to do it privately so there would not be too much… Continue reading Thursdays Dose Of Knowledge- Joseph, the Carpenter
God’s gifts to us are not for us but for others.
Follow your dream wherever it leads don’t be distracted by less worthy needs… Shelter it, nourish it, Help it grow… Let your heart hold it down deep where dreams go. Follow your dream pursue it with haste, Life is too precious too fleeting to waste… Be faithful, be loyal, then all your life through… the… Continue reading Follow Your Dreams
JUST IN CASE WE FORGET! 20 1-2 God spoke all these words: I am God, your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of a life of slavery. 3 No other gods, only me. 4-6 No carved gods of any size, shape, or form of anything whatever, whether of things that fly or walk or… Continue reading God’s Commandments~ Exodus 20:1-17 (MSG)
FEW EVENTS IN JESUS’ life are remembered more frequently than the meal he shared with his closest disciples on the night when he was arrested. That meal is known by such names as the Last Supper, the Lord’s Supper, the Eucharist (thanksgiving), or communion. That last evening, however, posed concerns other than food. Jesus realized… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge ~ The Last Supper
Livin’ my life like it’s golden, golden, golden, golden Livin’ my life like it’s golden…golden…golden -Lyrics by Jill Scott
Thought this was humorous…enjoy!
GOD CREATED HUMANS on the sixth day as the culmination of all that he had brought into being. They were created in his image and likeness, and he gave them “dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth” (Genesis… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge ~ His Crowning Glory
“The electromagnetic vibrations you send out every split second of every day are what have brought and are continuing to bring everything into your life; big or small, good or bad. Everything!”
The Garden of Eden was a place of unimaginable beauty, prepared by God specifically for humans to enjoy. It had trees that were “pleasant to the sight and good for food” (Genesis 2:9), it was watered well by four rivers, and it abounded in precious metals and stones. All of this was for the humans… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge ~ The Tree of Knowledge
Deuteronomy 8:11-14 (ERV) Don’t Forget What the Lord Did 11 “Be careful. Don’t forget the Lord your God! Be careful to obey the commands, laws, and rules that I give you today. 12 Then you will have plenty to eat, and you will build good houses and live in them. 13 Your cattle, sheep, and goats will grow large.… Continue reading Times When You Are Spiritually Disconnected
But the LORD told Samuel, “Don’t look at his appearance or how tall he is, because I have rejected him. God does not see as humans see. Humans look at outward appearances, but the LORD looks into the heart.”
38 For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, 39 nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 8:38-39
The LORD’S PRAYER is one of the most well known prayers. Millions of Christian believers say this prayer everyday. Not surprisingly, most English -speaking people are familiar with the words “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name,” as well as other lines in Jesus’ prayer. What many people do not realize is… Continue reading Thursdays Dose of Knowledge – The Lord’s Prayer
Love is giving for the world’s needs, Love is sharing as the Spirit leads, Love is caring when the world cries, Love is compassion with Christlike eyes. ~ Brandt
God works in ways that are often deemed “mysterious”—that is to say, God’s methods often leave people totally bewildered. Why would God tell Joshua and the children of Israel to march around the city of Jericho for a week (Joshua 6:1–4)? What good could possibly come from Paul and Silas being arrested and beaten without… Continue reading What does it mean that God works in mysterious ways?
We are not filled with the Spirit because we feel we are, but because this is the privilege and possession of the Christian. Being filled or controlled by the Spirit is the result of walking in obedience to the Lord. This is a gift of grace and not an emotional feeling. Emotions can and will… Continue reading Is a believer supposed to be able to feel the Holy Spirit?
Bet you didn’t know that what you think determines the direction and quality of your life, did you? The Bible encourages us to think on things that are pure, wholesome and of a good repore (Phil. 4:8). In order to think on the right things, it is important that you filter what you watch,… Continue reading Filter Your Thoughts