This testimony I am about to share with you is from Hugh Houston. He is a new friend who reached out to me wanting to help on my Facebook page and the men's group. I truly appreciate his help already. I have made him an administrator on both sites. Hugh has a blog site entitled… Continue reading A Missionary’s Journey Through Pornography
Oh my gosh! What a testimony to the power of prayer! Such a selfless prayer Jordan and her husband prayed for their new born son. This post brought me to tears.
I remember my son’s first cry clearly… because it was immediately followed by silence.
Neither of our birth stories went the way my husband and I had planned. I was in labor with our daughter for over 24 hours when her oxygen levels started dropping, leading to an emergency C-section. With our son, we had a scheduled C-section, but I went into labor four weeks early, so it ended up being another emergency operation.
I was laying on the table, trying not to worry, when our little boy came into the world. I heard his little cry and my eyes filled with tears because I had waited nine months to hear that beautiful sound. But then… nothing. The doctor held my shoulders down as I tried to sit up and see him while the anesthesiologist said, “It’s okay, honey. He’s just having a hard time breathing. They’ve got him.”
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This is the bomb!!!
I confess, I’m a rebel; bonafide! The cause, resistance at all cost. Each day I rise, rise up in opposition; to mount a rebellion. My heart will not conform, my soul is armed with the sword. A clearly outlined strategy, on how to resist; “the so called ruler of this world.” I’ve spent years working on my big guns, hope and faith; this warfare is spiritual, not physical. I will proclaim to him (the ruler), that I am the real deal; a rebel to the core, born to resist. Let the enemy know, I come with authority. This rebel will speak with boldness, and forever speak God’s truth!
This is war, left right, left right; the sound of a man. A Christian soldier, unapologetic to the cause. An insurrectionist, a resistance fighter; forever rebellious. Resistance will never be futile, my heart refuses to be assimilated; freedom came with a cost…
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This has been another rough month for me for various reasons. But I did read more posts this time 🙂 I needed to read. I was trying to get inspiration because deep down I'm not feeling it. I found it and so much more reading all your posts. So thank you all for inspiring me… Continue reading My Post Picks For January 2019
This stuck out to me like a big huge billboard…
I think it’s important for us to note that we cannot blame our parents for our sin and for our refusal to obey God.
We stand or fall before God for our own actions.
Because for many years I did, in fact, blame my dad for some of my issues. Not anymore though. I alone owned my sins and gave them all to Jesus.
If Ruth’s post touched you please share it with others on all your social media outlets as I have.
I love to read passages of the Bible where God appears to man. If you haven’t read through the Bible, you may be surprised how many times this happened.
Joshua 5 and 6 contains one of these passages. In Joshua 5:13-15 we see that a man is standing before Joshua with his sword drawn. At first, Joshua doesn’t seem to know who the man is.
Joshua goes up to him and says,
“Are you for us or for our adversaries?”
Instead of answering one way or the other, the man says,
“No. But I am the commander of the army of the Lord. Now I have come.”
Interestingly, He says, “I am,” which is the eternal name of God. (Exodus 3:14) He states that He is God. And, the following verse verifies this, as Joshua understands who He is and falls on his face to the Earth and worships. If…
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