Good day family! I know there is an outpouring of anger on the streets currently. Many people are expressing their anger with brutality by some members of the police force … Continue Reading We Are United Colors
It is with mixed emotions that I am sharing that another general, Ravi Zacharias, has gone home. A few weeks ago, when I heard that he had gotten a cancer … Continue Reading Farewell Ravi Zacharias
Last month while my wife, Tameika Reginald, and I were praying in the midnight hour the Lord said to me, “She [my wife] will be off from work for a … Continue Reading God Restores
Last week after hearing about the sudden death of a South African Pastor I began to think about our response to death. The circumstances of his death had caused an … Continue Reading Death Where is Your Sting
Isn’t our God great! He’s a restorer of all that was lost. That’s one of the numerous things He is doing in this era. I know there are many of … Continue Reading Restoring Generational Wealth
Better is the end of a thing than the beginning of it, and the patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit’. – Ecclesiastes 7:8 I love the … Continue Reading Say Goodnight | Ecclesiastes 7:8 | Daily Meditation
Sometimes we spend so much time pushing, scratching and scraping to rise to the top that we forget the way of LOVE. Jesus taught us that love fulfills the commandment. … Continue Reading Show Me the Way of Love | 21 Days of Love | Day 1
It is hard to imagine that we are crafted from a primordial cell that just evolved into a being capable of thought and reasoning. Things may happen around us but … Continue Reading Fearfully and wonderfully Made | 365 Degrees of Gratitude | Day 2
Our God will never leave us or forsake us. When we are in despair He will send help when you least expect it. This was the case on Tuesday morning. … Continue Reading All Things Work For Good | Testimony
Very often we are seeking something from God. We pray and fast but nothing happens. We are sincere in our desire. We pursue but nothing happens. This was what happened … Continue Reading Delay is Not Denial
Proverbs 26:27 Whoever digs a pit [for another man’s feet] shall fall into it himself, and he who rolls a stone [up a height to do mischief], it will return … Continue Reading Be Careful of the Pit You Dig For Another | Proverbs 26:27
The Christian walk can become dull and monotonous, if we allow it. Our God loves excitement and spontaneity. The book of Revelations often paints a very colorful picture of worship in heaven. There is excitement happening every instance. Worship is loud; filled with praise, adoration, pomp and pageantry. The angels are busy. Our homes, our places of worship should radiate this frequency of heaven. There should be joy, happiness and laughter.
This is a rather sad turn of events. Judas (Hebrew Judah, meaning praise) repented of what he did. He returned the money and pleaded for the freedom of Jesus. Unfortunately he was too late. The religious leaders wanted blood. Nothing less than the life of Jesus would satisfy.
Had Judas understood the love of Jesus he would not have allowed condemnation to overwhelm him.
I recently watched good Facebook video on forgiveness by Jada Pinkett-Smith. She made some very salient points. There was great wisdom dispelled from a woman who has obviously overcome many hurdles thrown at her by life. I am convinced she was merely sharing what she has lived. Much of the advice provided healing for persons wrestling with an inability to forgive.
There is one point which I cannot accept.
Is church scandal on the rise? I cannot help but feel there is a notable increase. That’s my opinion. I have not done the research to verify the evidence. To be honest I do not want to. Social media and shifts in values and attitudes has strongly influenced this increase. The smallest thing that happens is immediately been brought to the surface. Light is being shown on hidden issues.
The Lord’s approach as not changed.