Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Monday to you all! As you can see, I’m here earlier than what I normally am…and that is because I’m switching a few things around…to see if the day can go a little easier for me. Also, I thought that this would help others in different time zones; so they can read the writing earlier in the day. If anything changes, I will be sure to let you know; but as for now, I will be writing around this time…and I truly hope that this will work out for you, as I’m hoping that it will work out better for me too.
You know…there is one thing that I have truly learned through some hard and difficult times in my life…and that is to go beyond a circumstance, rather than stand face to face with it. I have found that when I choose to go beyond the circumstance and Satan’s attempts to bring me down; then the problem no longer stands before me, but rather it is now behind me.
I remember a time in my life, when it seemed as if I was becoming friends with my problems…as I would continually focus on what they were attempting to do to me. Every moment that I pursued the problem…only enhanced the problem, which made it that much harder to walk away from it.
Walking beyond a problem isn’t always easy to do; but I have found that when I go beyond the difficult moments in my day…to accomplish something that I didn’t think I could do; then I have truly walked beyond the problem…and instead of Satan bringing me down; I am now bringing him down…as his plan for that moment did not succeed, in the way he wanted it to.
This morning, as I was looking through some Bible verses; God led me to a powerful verse in James 4:7, which reads…“Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.”
You know, I think that sometimes we are submitting ourselves to the problem, rather than God. We tend to become so wrapped up in what is happening at the time; that we unknowingly leave our first love…to make friends with a problem, whose only aim is to bring us further down.
I remember a time in my life, when I would actually fear evil, which to me is another one of Satan’s tactics; but over time, I came to see that I was reacting to the problem in the wrong way…as the problem began to control me through that fear.
If we have a desire to escape evil…and the works of Satan; then first, we must walk beyond the problem emotionally and spiritually; to continually seek God’s will for our lives. Like I said…I have truly come to see how dangerous it can be to cozy up to a problem; for this only keeps us distant from the One we truly need the most. We all face problems…and yes, we must deal with them; but at the same time, we should never make them our life.
One thing I can say without a doubt; is that I do pursue something greater than the problem…and it’s not always easy; but when I choose to do so; then I am not only gaining more strength spiritually, for other circumstances that I may face; but I am also bringing Satan down, rather than having the problem bring me down.
When I look back on almost 19 years of ministry work; God truly allows me to see, as to how far I have truly come in my life…and it was because I continually chose to walk beyond the things that were attempting to bring me down…to experience something greater than the problem.
You know…I remember a time, when I could count on two hands, as to how many writings God had given me. Now, if you were to ask me how many writings God has blessed my heart with; I could never begin to even answer that question. I guess what I’m trying to say; is that all those thousands of writings wouldn’t have happened, if I would have chosen to remain face to face with all the pain and deep heartache that I experienced in my life.
Today…maybe you are also facing a very difficult time in your life. Yes…we need to deal with these problems; but at the same time, we don’t have to keep our thoughts and hearts connected with them, when we can emotionally and spiritually walk beyond them. One thing I can say for sure…when we choose to go beyond the difficult times that are attempting to defeat us; then we will come to see how much stronger we can become, while putting the problem behind us…to a place where God can truly take hold of the need and work on our behalf.
I pray that you will have a very blessed day…and that you too, will come to see that we don’t have to suffer needlessly, by remaining face to face with the problem; but rather, we can find hope and a new strength, by walking beyond it…to experience something even greater than the problem.
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Sunday to you all! This morning, I’ve been sitting here in my office…talking with God…so I thought I’d stop by for a few minutes and share some thoughts with you.
Lately, it seems as if I’ve been overwhelmed by life…and I’m not ashamed to say so; because you see, we aren’t perfect. We strive for perfection; but that day of perfection will never fully arrive, until we reach heaven.
Anyways…this morning, I was listening to a song…and I was reminded that there will be times, when we will lose our foothold and fall…but the great news behind it all; is that Jesus will still be there.
As many of you may already know…I took some time off on Friday to rest, as my body has been exhausted lately, from the pain and chronic fatigue syndrome that I have been facing. After feeling led to take this time off…it seemed that from there on, I began to fight the opposition (Satan) even more, as we had a terrible storm that night. In fact…we had an out of season snow storm and since the leaves were still on the trees; the wet snow began to take hold of the leaves and freeze…and limbs began to fall everywhere. It seemed that I would just get to sleep and then a large cracking sound would reach my ears…only to see another large limb fall to the ground.
Even though it was a rough night…with little sleep; Jesus was reminding me in the morning…that even though Satan was out to fight me and keep me from the rest I needed; that He had still been there for me…protecting Keith and I…and bringing us safely through the storm.
Sometimes…I think that as Christians, we feel as if everything in life should be perfect; but overtime, I have truly come to see the complete opposite. In I Peter 5:8, we read… “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:”
We must realize each day that Satan isn’t going to waste his time on those souls that he has already claimed as his own; but rather, he is going to focus on the true follower of Christ, as a means of removing them from the presence of God…which in the end, becomes a battle that can make life much more difficult to bear.
Even though we may experience moments that attempt to create a fall…and even though there may actually be times when we do fall…the one thing I have come to see; is that Jesus will be there to lift us back to our feet.
So many times, I think that just as others walk away…we feel that Jesus will do the same; but that just isn’t true…for you see, He is also in this battle…and He’s also fighting, to keep our souls away from total defeat; so when the battle gets fierce…and you wonder why these difficult times are taking place in your life…remember Jesus’ words in Matthew 28:20b, which says... “…and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”
Have a great day in the Lord…and may you always feel the loving presence of God walking close beside you! God bless!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone...I just thought I'd stop by for a minute and let you know that there won't be any blog post today...due to my health; but I may try to stop by on Sunday for a quick tidbit of hope. Meanwhile, please feel free to visit the previous postings on this page...or another great page to check out is my audio page... "Sounds of Hope."
Until I return on Sunday or Monday...I pray that the God of love and mercy would be with you...to bless and sustain you during the difficult times. Always know that you are in my thoughts & prayers!
Take care & God bless!
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Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Thursday to you all! It’s so good to be back with you today…and I pray that no matter what we’re facing in life; that we will always be open to God’s ways, rather than our own…Amen!!
Yesterday morning, as I left my office to go grocery shopping; I was thinking to myself, as to how much peace I was experiencing at the moment…a peace that could make a person feel as if nothing could ever go wrong. In fact…while I was waiting for the taxi to show up; I was mentioning to Keith that I felt as if it was truly going to be a good day.
After sitting there for a while…Keith had left to go into the other room for a minute and while he was gone…I once more thanked God for the beautiful morning and asked Him to be with us in the taxi…and to also walk through the store with us and bring us safely home. Just after saying my little prayer…the taxi driver called and said that he had been short on help and that the phone had been ringing off the hook…and that he would be unable to get to where we were; but then he said that he had called someone else to come and pick us up…so I said that would be fine. Within a few minutes of hanging up the phone…the other taxi driver called and said that he would be there to pick us up within 15 minutes; so I just settled back and put my feet up until he arrived.
Once we got to the store…there were so many people who must have gotten the same idea I had…especially with snow coming tomorrow; so it was quite the morning. By time I got out of the store, my legs were paining so badly and we still had to wait 35 minutes for the taxi to arrive, which actually turned out to be almost 50 minutes. After the taxi driver got us all loaded up and home…groceries got put away; then came a little time of relaxation.
Later that evening, as I began to prepare for bed; I stopped to thank God for all that He had brought us through; but wondered why the day seemed so difficult, after asking Him to be with us.
After lying on the bed and looking out the window for a while…God began to remind me that even though we may ask Him to be there for us; that this doesn’t mean that it will always happen in the way we expect it to happen. In Proverbs 16:1, we read… “We can make our own plans, but the Lord gives the right answer.”
Later, I came to see that even though our plans went in a different direction, as what I first felt that they would go…we did end up arriving to the store safely…and we did get everything we needed…and even through the pain; it was God who held me up and sustained me, until I was safely home.
I have come to see that Satan is out there to take away our peace and everything good that God has blessed us with; but even in the midst of all that chaos yesterday…God was there to help and answer my prayer.
Sometimes, I think that we can become so caught up in how we feel God should answer our prayers; that when it doesn’t happen that way; then we begin to feel as if God never heard our prayers to begin with, which only leads us to more discouragement. The one thing that I have been trying to take hold of lately…is to share my thoughts with God and leave the final outcome in His hands. In this way…His will is being done and I’m not disappointed in the end.
No matter what you may be facing today…give it to Jesus and leave it there; for He sees more than what we will ever see. Have a very blessed day…and may God give you the strength to wait on Him…knowing that His ways are the very best! God bless!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Tuesday to you all! I sure hope that you are having a good day…and for those of you who may be struggling right now; I pray that you will truly experience God’s strength, while walking through the difficult moments of weakness…Amen!!
There is one main thing that I have truly come to see and experience, while serving God for the past 18 years…and that is that God’s strength is strong enough to override the weak moments that attempt to bring us down. So many times, I think we tend to see the weak moments of circumstance, as something that is too great to overcome. In fact…Satan definitely has a way of deceiving us during these times…and can even get us to believe things that just aren’t true.
The other day, I was listening to a song on YouTube and a few of the words caught my attention, which says… “Teach our restless feet to walk beside you…cause in our hearts we're already gone.” I wonder how many of us at one time have felt that our hearts were completely gone…and that nothing would ever get better? I know I have! In fact…there was a time when my heart was so gone; that I couldn’t find anything good…let alone God. I will never forget that time in my life, when I stood in the shower, with tears streaming down my cheeks…never knowing if I would find a way out of the pain that had caused my heart to fall. As I stood there…I wrote in the steam of the shower curtain… “Oh God, help me!” Within a short time…I did begin to feel a strength surge up within me; that I had not experienced in quite some time…and why did this happen so quickly…because I chose to reach out to God, rather than remain connected to the feelings that I was experiencing at the time.
This afternoon, I was looking for a Bible verse that I could share with you, as a means of encouragement and God led me to Isaiah 40:29, which reads… “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.”…but you know what… in order that we may experience this kind of strength…we must be willing to turn to God, rather than focusing so tightly on the weak moments we’re walking through.
There is one thing that I have learned over the years, while hurting so deeply…and that is that we cannot experience God’s powerful strength, while turning inwardly to the weakness that has afflicted us…and why; because when we choose to let these weak moments override us and control our thoughts and everyday lives; then what we’ll soon find is that weakness will only lead us even deeper into despair, which only takes us away from the strength that can increase…with a power that could truly help us to rise above despair.
I don’t know about you; but there have been times in the past, when I felt as if my heart and every part of my being had been invaded by weakness, like a disease. Moments such as these only made me feel hopeless…and why; because I had made the wrong choice…to turn my thoughts away from a God, whose power and strength could have taken me way beyond that weakness.
We must realize that these weak moments…brought about by evil, are meant to slow us down and keep us out of commission with God. To me, it’s as if these moments of weakness cause us to lose momentum emotionally…to the place where we find ourselves lagging behind God, rather than remaining in sync with Him. So you ask me…how can I catch up with God…so I can remain in sync with Him, rather than my circumstance. The first thing we must do; is to truly call out for His help…and one thing I know without a doubt; is that when He hears one of His children crying out for help…He will come running…and once He reaches us; He will give us even more strength, so that we won’t be as likely to fall behind again. Also…we need to believe in what God can truly do. If we are only begging Him for His help; but not truly believing that we will receive His help; then this can reveal a weak faith, which can cause us to remain in sync with the problem, rather than God...believe me, I know.
No matter what you are facing in your life right now…and no matter how weak you feel; don’t focus on how the situation can defeat you; but rather, look above the problem and call out to God…and believe in your heart that He will be there for you. Once you truly turn your thoughts away from weakness…to seek a strength that can take you way beyond these weak moments of affliction…that is when you will come to see that you are no longer walking in sync with the problem; but that instead, you have become reconnected with a God, whose strength can truly help you to rise above weakness…Amen!
As we close…I pray that you will truly come to see that there is hope…a hope that can become strength to you, during the weakest moments of despair. Have a great and blessed day…and may you always feel the presence of God walking close beside you!
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PS…I won’t be able to be on the blog tomorrow… Wednesday, October 21st; but please come back on Thursday…as I should be back with you once more! See ya soon & God bless! Diane
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Monday to you all! Well…it’s the start of another new week…and sometimes the first part of the week can be difficult for some to step into; but as we do, I pray that our faith would become greater than the thoughts that attempt to bring us low…Amen!
This morning…after a rough night of sleep, I was tempted to stay in bed and rest; but then I felt as if God was lifting me out of bed and into a new day…so I got up and began to slowly get around. It seems lately, as if I have been hanging by a thread of hope. My work load, along with chronic issues has become a battle within at times; but God always seems to win in the end…as He steps in and gives me strength, hope…and the wisdom I need, to get through these difficult times.
As I was sitting here…listening to some music; God led me to a song titled… “Thread of Hope”…and a few of the lyrics go like this… “Is that you hanging onto a frayed and fragile faith? Are you clinging to the rocks above the canyon of dismay? Reach out for the life line it will never break in two. Hold fast and don't lose heart once again God will pull you through.” As I was listening to these words…the first thing that came to my thoughts; is how our circumstances can cause the rope of faith to fray and leave us hanging only by a thread of hope. Moments such as these can make us feel as if that thread will break and cause a defeated fall; but one thing Jesus is reminding me of today; is that no matter what may attempt to bring us down…He will always be there for us to take hold of. I think that sometimes, we become so caught up in the very worst; that we forget this, which only seems to make life even more discouraging…and much more difficult to get through.
You know…most times, I have no problem getting through the busy days and even the pain and tiredness I experience; but then there are moments, when overwhelming thoughts and feelings creep in, which can definitely take a toll on me and cause the faith I once had to become frayed, with only one single thread of hope to hold to. I guess that through all of these struggles we face, we need to be reminded; that even though we can’t always see enough hope to hold to…there is a God that can repair what’s been taken from us.
A Bible verse that has always helped me through moments such as these is found in Psalm 42:11…and we read… “Why, my soul, are you downcast? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him, my Savior and my God.”
Instead of seeing that last thread of hope, as a moment that may not be strong enough to hold us up during the difficult times; maybe we should be asking ourselves these questions in Psalm 42:11. In other words…why are we allowing this thread of hope to make us feel downcast and disturbed…when instead, we should be praising God for what we still have and what He also longs to give us. If we would just take our eyes away from that single thread of hope and begin to see that hope isn’t gone forever, when we have Jesus living within us; then we would begin to see how He can replace… what has been lost.
No matter what you’re struggling through today…and no matter how hopeless it may seem…ask yourself this question… “Why my soul are you downcast and disturbed over what is taking place right now?” “Come on “your name”…take your thoughts away from what you are seeing before you and put your faith in the God of all hope.”
I pray that as you continue this day; that it will be a very blessed one…and that God will give you a stronger faith…a faith that can take you beyond that last thread of hope…to experience a renewed hope…one that can truly come from a God of hope…Amen!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone...and a very happy and blessed Sunday to you all! This morning, I thought that I would stop by and give you a little titbit of hope for the day. You know...it seems now days that we all struggle for a little peace in our lives; so today, I thought that I would begin by sharing a favorite Bible verse with you, from John 14:27, which reads... "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid."
You know...I have found that when trouble arises...that the best thing to do is to seek God and His peace. In this world we live in...we only seem to find something temporary to help us; but I have truly found that when I attach my thoughts...heart to heart with God, rather than what the problem may be conveying to me at the time; then there is a peace...a lasting peace that can sustain and help during these difficult times.
Today you may have a lot on your mind...and maybe those thoughts are attempting to take you down. May I encourage you to lift your head above this dense fog of despair and look to the One who can truly take hold of these thoughts and exchange them for a perfect peace...one that can calm the troubled storm within...Amen!
Have a very blessed day...and I pray, from my heart to yours; that you would truly experience Jesus above all else...and that you will come to see that we can experience peace, even in the midst of a storm.
It's Always & Only Because of Him...
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Friday to you all! I hope that your week is coming to a good end…and that God would continue to make His presence known to you every day…Amen!!
You know…so many times, we expect God to answer our prayers in the way that we feel is best…or in the way that we think He might answer them; but do we realize that His thoughts and His ways are so much higher than ours. In other words…God can see what we can’t always see; so there may be times, when He feels that it’s more important to work from there…which may lead to a different response, when it comes to answering our prayers.
In Isaiah 55:8-9, we read… “For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the LORD. 9) "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.”
I remember a time in my life, when I wanted God to heal my knees, so I could have a normal life like most people. There were times when I would cry out and beg Him to do this for me; but while I was begging for His help…according to my thoughts and my ways…His ways were much higher than mine, which allowed Him to see more than what was standing before me at the time. In other words…He saw a way, where He could use these legs and all that I would experience in life, to help and encourage others, who may be going through hard and difficult moments of affliction. One thing I learned through this experience; is that since I was determined to try and have God fit into my ideal of what life should be for me; I also had set myself up for a big letdown…one that would take some time to recover from.
You know…it’s good to have faith…and to share our thoughts and ideas with God; but in Proverbs 16:1 we read… “We can make our plans, but the final outcome is in God’s hands.”
We must remember that as Christians; we have given Jesus control of our hearts and lives…and sometimes the outcome of answered prayer can make us feel deeply disappointed; but one thing God has shown me over the years; is that even though one door may close…it’s only so another door can open. If we could just hand our needs over to Jesus and leave the final outcome up to Him; then waiting on Him to respond could be so much easier to handle.
As I look back to the moments, when I had begged God to heal these legs; I see clearly now…that if He would have answered my prayer my way; then I wouldn’t be doing what I love to do right now, which is helping others…and I probably wouldn’t be where I am with Him in my life…and that I can say for sure.
You know…it’s so easy for us to want God to answer our prayers, in a way that could make life easier for us…at least that’s what we may be thinking at the time; but we must remember that His thoughts and His ways are higher than ours, which means that He can look further down the road…to see if our ideas and plans could actually work out in a good way. If not…that is when His plan goes into action…and we must trust Him and know in our hearts that He will never let us down; but will perfect His plan in a way that can truly bring about better things within our lives.
As we close…my prayer is that we will turn to God and hand over our needs to Him…and that we will also be able to let go of everything and let Him decide, as to what is best for us. When we are truly able to do this; that is when He will begin to go to work on our behalf...and in the end…we will live with peace rather than disappointment…and why…because we allowed God’s ways to become ours…Amen!
Have a very blessed day!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Thursday to you all! I am so glad to be with you today…and my prayer, as we begin this time together; is that we will discover a hope that can help us to trust in God, rather than our circumstances…Amen!!
Last night, after going to bed, I began to talk with God…and as I did…I was thinking on those who are struggling in this world right now…and as I continued to share my heart with God, I also began to think on how fear can lead us into thoughts that either haven’t happened…or may never happen. From there, I began to see how these thoughts are truly meant by evil…to drag us down a path; that is only meant to keep us from the faith that can help us to keep pressing on.
There are two Bible verses that have truly helped me through times such as these and they are found in Psalm 112:7-8, which reads… “They will have no fear of bad news; their hearts are steadfast, trusting in the Lord. 8) Their hearts are secure, they will have no fear; in the end they will look in triumph on their foes.” In other words…the one who truly knows in their heart that Jesus will always be there to care of them, won’t have to fear the worst or live in dread of what may happen…and why…because they have a settled feeling within them; that Jesus will always be there, at a time when they need Him the most.
I wonder how many times we struggle with worry, doubt and fear…only to find out later; that the situation worked out just fine? One thing I’ve come to see; is that even though God doesn’t answer our prayers our way; that doesn’t mean that He has abandoned us…or that He ever will.
You know…we need to once more remind ourselves that Satan is not only out to afflict us; but he’s also out to keep that affliction alive…especially in our minds and hearts…and how does he do that? He implants thoughts that can make us see our situation as the very worst, while reminding us of what may go wrong. When we experience times like these; that is the time when we need to stop and remind ourselves; that thoughts such as these are never from God.
There was a time in my life, when I struggled to let go of fear; because I didn’t know Jesus enough to trust Him. In fact…most of my life, I struggled to trust anyone; so how would I ever trust Him, if I didn’t know first that He could be trusted. It was at a time, when I felt that all hope was completely gone; that He stood on His word and brought me through those horrible moments, which made a big impact on my life…so from there, I came to truly trust Him. Now when a situation arises…I look back to one of the worst moments in my life…and I remind myself that if He could handle that problem; then He could certainly handle the one I’m facing, which always seems to lead me to a settled feeling…that everything is going to be alright.
Today, you may be facing some uncertainties within your own life…and you may even be feeling as if the worst is about to bring you down for good. May I encourage you to let go of fear and the thoughts that are only meant to imprison you within these difficult moments you’re facing; so you can take hold of Jesus and truly experience the best He has to offer you. One thing I know for sure…Jesus longs to be there for everyone; but it’s up to us…will we choose to leave fear and these unknown moments behind…to trust a God that can truly give us a peace; that can help us to calmly face our foes, while He works on our behalf.
Have a very blessed day…and may you always know that Jesus is there for you!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
Hello everyone…and a very happy and blessed Wednesday to you all! I truly hope and pray that your day is going well…and that you will truly come to see that the light of God’s presence is all we need, during the dark moments of despair…Amen!!
You know…I have come to see many times in my life, as to how Satan can place thoughts into our minds; that attempt to take our hearts to a place of worry, doubt and fear; but when we know the truth…and truly take hold of the truth and believe it with a whole heart, rather than being drawn into Satan’s deceptive lies; then speaking the truth alone, can truly become the key that unlocks our hearts and keeps us free from a prison cell of bondage and despair.
Sometimes it’s hard for me to imagine why we would ever want to believe deception over truth. Is it that Satan has made the deceptive lie more convincing than the truth…or could it be that we are weak in spirit…to the place where we can’t decide what is real and what isn’t.
There have been many mornings, when Satan reminds me of all that needs to be done in my day…only to follow through with thoughts that attempt to convince me that I can’t do all of that work, due to the health situations I’m struggling with…but you know what…I have come to see that all these thoughts are only an attempt to keep me from serving God, while trying to get me to give up on life completely. The minute I choose to get up and begin the day; I see that these thoughts were only lies…as God gives me the strength I need to continue on…and even complete my day, in a way that I never expected. You know…we need to remember that when we believe these deceptive lies; then our journey with God will only come to a halt, while we remain controlled by evil, in a prison cell of despair, which only makes our situation even worse.
One thing we must remember is this…we don’t have to remain in these dark and deceptive moments, when Jesus lives within us; for He says to us in Matthew 12:46… “I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.” In other words…when we take the time to discern between what is deceptive and what is the truth, rather than rushing through what is being conveyed to us; then we will not only see the truth for what it really is; but we will see how the truth keeps us in the light of God’s presence, while worry, doubt and fear remains distant and in the darkness from which it came.
I wonder how many of us have taken hold of the bait of deception that Satan has thrown our way. Don’t we realize that when we choose to hold onto those deceptive thoughts and lies; that Satan only continues to control our hearts and minds, while enhancing the situation we’re already facing?
So many times, we can feel as if the power of darkness and deception will overtake us; but the thing we must remember is this… “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John 1:5)…and when we know the truth; then the truth is what will free us from all the side effects of evil. (John 8:32)
No matter what we go through in this life; Satan is always going to work overtime to keep it alive…and how does He do that…by getting us to see and believe the situation in a different light…one that can convince us that life will never get better. If you are experiencing something like this today, may I encourage you to seek the truth…the real truth…and let go of what may be deceiving you; that you may be free from worry…doubt and fear…and everything that Satan has attempted to use, as a means of keeping you in darkness. Once you have done this…remain in the light of God’s presence, by counteracting the works of evil with prayer and God’s word. The hope we live with is that no matter how dark the situation…it can never overcome us…praise God!!
Have a great day…and God bless! See ya soon!
It’s Always & Only Because of Him…
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