As we continue in the Spirit of revival The Scriptures call us to recognize God’s ability to heal, restore and make us hole even in the midst of our doubt. You see when we live in the power of God’s anointing God is able to bring forth amazing transformative action. In todays scriptures doubt and … Continue reading In the midst of our doubt God Heals, Restores and makes whole
Feast of St Joseph 10 FACTS ABOUT ST. JOSEPH In 1955, an additional feast day was declared by Pope Pius IX and is celebrated on May 1 as the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. This date is also International Workers’ Day and believed to reflect Joseph as the patron saint of workers..Symbols associated with Joseph … Continue reading Saint Joseph The Patron of the Universal Church, Husband of Mary and Foster father of Jesus.
We are Standing on Holy Ground Today we begin in the wilderness. In the midst of the wilderness something extraordinary happens, God who is everywhere at all times in all places makes Himself known through a bush burning but not consumed in Exodus chapter 3. What strikes me this week as I begin these five … Continue reading You are Standing on Holy Ground, Cultivate It that it may bear fruit
Nehemiah 8:9, 10 Today is holy to the Lord your God. Do not be sad, and do not weep; for today is holy to our Lord. Do not be saddened this day, for rejoicing in the Lord must be your strength! God has a promise over each of our lives. What God has for us … Continue reading God Has A Promise over Your Life, Put Your Faith in the Lord, And You’ll See Marvelous Things!
Reflect on these words. They are for OUR TIMES
As we continue our reflection on the “Pact of the Catacombs” we look at the signs of the times, today I believe it is when we seek to see life, injustice, day to day struggles through the eyes of those who suffer, it is then that we can not only confront the social evils of our times, but invite the Power of Christ’s poverty to transform the world to reflect the presence of the kingdom of God.
The Pact “It meant to see the world through the eyes of those who have been kept poor or made poor and a willingness to act in solidarity with them against poverty.”
Life is full of ups and downs. Struggles come our way. Often times the challenges of daily life seem to overwhelm us. Although hearts are heavy, we need to let people know that storms will come our way. Trials can come…
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We have begun our Lenten Journey. As we travel we might find ourselves in the midst of the desert confronted with desires that can lead us away from our destiny. The road can seem tiresome and challenging. As I reflect on journey my thoughts take me back to journeys that we often took as children. … Continue reading The Bread of Life strengthens Us for the Journey.
Will you lead or follow blindly ? This weekend we return to youth Sunday. This last Sunday of February is our last Sunday of Black History month and I found my self asking what Take Away, can I share with our youth? For the past few weeks we’ve been invited to remember African American men … Continue reading Lead, and bear good fruit!
You are the anointed of God, No weapons formed against you shall Prosper you are more than conquerors! We are the anointed of God. With this anointing God will lead us into His Grace and Blessings to use our anointing for the good of others. I invite you to claim and live in your anointing. … Continue reading You are God’s Anointed, Expect Big things from God, Good measure, Pressed Down, shaken together…!
If— Rudyard Kipling - 1865-1936 If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too;If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or, being lied about, don’t deal in lies,Or, … Continue reading You The Blessed of The Lord, Trust and Rejoice and leap for joy!
Black History Month, Honoring Our Past, Impacting the Present, Shaping the Future! This First Sunday of February we begin Black history Month. It is clear that the impact of the African American experience has had a lasting effect on our nation from its inception this year's theme recognizes our past yet calls us to be … Continue reading Press On to Jesus, Listen to His Word and “Put out into deep water and lower your nets for a catch.”