Psalm 121 #psalm121

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth. He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber Behold, he that keepteth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. The sun shall not... Continue Reading →


A passion for Servant Leaders - I want to support. Engage! Equip! Encourage! Evangelize! Inspire! We have uploaded lessons to support Servant Leaders. Subscribe to our Servant Leadership NOW YouTube Channel to receive updates. Available now is a three-part lesson on prayer - How should we prayer for authority, power, position, and obedience of servant... Continue Reading →

Am I Demonstrating Fear or Faith?

There is an immediate call to action on the part of American citizens to practice social-distancing in the wake of a national crisis – the spread of the Coronavirus. Should Christians submit to this order? Should churches close their doors? Does submission mean Christians are operating out of fear and not faith? God gave Adam... Continue Reading →


An evangelist whom I find to be a serious prayer warrior and a person of faith, shared with me the willingness to “check” the family.  Somethings come by fasting and prayer.  When the family has gone through chaos and confusion, she took extreme measures and took away their “pleasures.”  This was to demonstrate the serious... Continue Reading →

My Husband Confessed

Last week, I mentioned to my husband that I had not posted in a while and looking forward to getting something out soon. He didn’t respond. I am not sure how much time passed when he made this confession – “Well, I haven’t really missed your posts. I read your journal.” Are you kidding me?... Continue Reading →


Reprinted from December 9, 2019 Now there were in the same country shepherds living out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night, (Luke 2:8 NKJV). Apostle Luke told the story of how the angel of the Lord appeared unto a group of shepherds with the news of the birth of Christ (vv9-20).... Continue Reading →

Fool’s Gold – Part II

There is an expression “worth your weight in gold.” This saying refers to someone or something that is valuable. How much is your weight in gold? In ancient times, it was not uncommon for the king to sit in judgement of the people. He had unlimited powers over the lives and conditions of his citizens.... Continue Reading →

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