Ever often I hear the scripture, “Delight yourself also in the LORD, And He shall give you the desires of your heart”. While soaking it in, i had one question, “Lord how can I delight in you”?
Oftentimes we get to know our family members or we are all in the same place and country when someone dies. Death has a way of bringing us close, even closer than a wedding. For the past week I have witnessed my family come together as never before. We have made time for play, for the occasional conversation wars, where we freely express our business plans, opinions about politics, discuss biblical principles and can’t forget the food! Continue reading Death draws us close
At times when I am down and beating up on myself for all that I have not yet accomplished and whether or not I would. I am reminded that my feelings don’t know my future. Continue reading Your feelings don’t know your future
We really do love, give, lend, help, forgive with conditions.
I have taken up our church bible study challenge to read the word of God by looking for the principles of God to live by. When I’m in the word and rhema (the place where the Holy Spirit brings the word to our attention and applies it to our situation) begins to come forth, I must be open to true repentance. Continue reading With condition…
The valley the place where feelings take over, where what someone said or did plagues the mind more often than you would like it to. In our valley we operate defeated, “why me God, why did this happen to me, what did I do? The place where a pity party is governed. The place where the enemy like us to be; hopeless, faithless, mindful of the defeat. Continue reading Come out of that valley, go to the high tower
The thief comes but only to steel to kill and to destroy. Our adversary does not want to see us living an overcomers life so he will try to invade our lives and our minds with old issues. Don’t be slighted when you have to face the same trial again. Continue reading Distracted? Draw near to God
Whenever I am in Tobago my father is so excited. He will take me to the garden and show me all that he has done. He would say, while pointing at his crops, “all this, I do for my children, not for me.” Oh how I love my dad, My father the Gardner. Continue reading My father the gardner