.Paying for the sins of your family. As a little girl, I remembered hearing some of the older folks speaking about people who had a family curse on them. Or persons who were paying for the sins of their family. I remember clearly being enraptured in those conversations and not
“Simon answered, “Master, we’ve worked hard all night and haven’t caught anything. But because you say so, I will let down the nets.””Luke 5:5 Reminds me of times when I was younger and my foster mother would ask me to do something that I had tried a “zillion” times but
I was listening to a sermon the other day and heard the pastor reflect on the way that Jesus handled stress. This sermon sparked a great interest in me to truly dig deeper and reflect a bit more on how Jesus truly handled stress. My initial thought of Jesus and
“You have tendinitis!” “Ah”, I respond to my doctor, “that explains my pain and discomfort.” Two months later… “Physio hasn’t worked and now we will proceed to the second phase of treatment: injections. And it will hurt and feel even worse in a few hours” warns my Doctor. It did
At a prayer retreat recently, during one of the prayer breakouts, I was praying and felt an urgency to also read the bible. I didn’t know where the Lord wanted me to read but I prayed for his guidance on what he wanted me to see. I opened the bible
Do you have your ticket? Recently, I had the pleasure of spending time with a very close relative of mine. We had an amazing time where we fellowshipped together, praised God and prayed. It was such an amazing, fun and spirit filled week. Then it was time for her to
Prior to my mom passing away one of the things that were heavy on her heart was the lack of unity. Living in a world that teaches the importance of looking out “for me, myself and I” you do not see a widespread belief of unity. What does it mean
Another year for New Year resolutions. Is this a biblical tradition? Maybe it is time to truly take a look at this and see what God is asking of us.Let’s understand what is our purpose.