NO MORE SHAME BUT HIS GLORY


 “Instead of your trouble, God has crowned you with double honor; you have no business with your naysayers to let the sound of their voice stop you on your tracks... It’s not over; get up and run with the winds of His grace on your back” On your mark, set, GO... The children of Ephraim,... Continue Reading →

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AT YOUR FEET


I want to sit at your feet to behold your beauty I want to sit at your feet, consumed by your love Free my soul from the snare of the Fowler Free my soul from bowing down to other gods Trapped in the prison of this life my soul wonder and cringed The zeal of... Continue Reading →

I DON’T NEED YOUR GOD, I NEED YOUR ANOINTING!


   Just as one cannot separate water from being wet, you cannot separate God from the anointing.  Just as one cannot separate water from being wet, you cannot separate God from the anointing. What the Church call anointing is a reflection of the character of God in a person’s life. Anointing is not goose pimples, a cliché, emotionalism... Continue Reading →

THE HARRRD ROAD OF A WASTEFUL LIFE AND THE GOD WHO CARES


Deep down, there is a still small voice, persuading you to believe that your life is meant to be something more. You begin to wonder, reflecting on where you are, at this moment in life (the regret, pain, hurt, sin, addiction, fear, miss opportunities and lack of interest in things that have eternal value);          ... Continue Reading →


Gravity of Grace Note: Today marks a very important milestone in my journey with Jesus. Exactly three years ago, I felt born again, again, after years and years of addiction to a religion of self effort, works, condemnation, shame, guilt and sin consciousness. Have the liberty to check my encounter with Jesus, at the ABOUT page on gravity of... Continue Reading →


"Almost all unbelievers believe that, if they can change their behavior, they will be in good shape with God" Jesus, Our Savior, passionately and tenderly, declared His heartbeat, in the gospel, written by John: “I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me – I have other sheep that do not... Continue Reading →


John 11:34-36 (NLT) 34 “Where have you put him?” he asked them. They told him, “Lord, come and see.” 35 Then Jesus wept. 36 The people who were standing nearby said, “See how much he loved him!” Truly, Lazarus epitomizes the depraved state of  the fallen race. Our depraved state, compelled a loving God to leave Heaven to... Continue Reading →

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