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What’s Your Secret?

“You can’t hide behind a religious mask…sooner or later the mask will slip.”
Lk 12:2 TM

CONFESSIONS OF A SECRET SINNER (Part 1)

Inspirational speaker and author Julie Ann Barnhill writes: “I tend to be a stealthy sinner—a cloistered screw-up. Most of my life I’ve managed to fly under the radar…to keep 99.9 percent of such things hidden. As someone who attended church and appeared to manage a happy family, I avoided glaring attention to the shadow-side of my life—but at great cost. Lying about my spending led to financial problems in my marriage. Covetousness robbed me of friendships and contentment. The teenage anger that sent me reeling in fits of self-mutilation, exploded years later in outbursts of abusive anger towards my children. And when alcohol beckoned during periods of loneliness and depression, I heeded its call. Maybe you’re thinking, ‘So, you’ve told us a few secrets from your life—they don’t compare to mine.’ Seeing who has the most horrifying secret isn’t the point; we need to embrace the truth that we aren’t alone in our secret places…Confession for confession’s sake easily turns into tabloid moments like daytime talk shows. It’s not enough to spill the beans. Genuine confession leads to radical forgiveness that’s only available through Christ. It covers whatever we’ve done, no matter how bad it is. Jesus knows our secrets and they can never stop Him from loving us. They can, however, create a barrier between us and the shame-free life He desires for us. We confess our sins so we can find redemption, rescue, and eternal life. We share our secret places with trusted friends so we might know the reality of divine healing through flesh-and-blood relationships with those we love.”

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Posted by on September 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Intimate Worship #1

Worship Him

  1. Hillsong: I Will Exalt You
  2. Kim Walker Smith: Holy Spirit
  3. Hillsong: Christ Is Enough
  4. Michael W Smith: Breathe
  5. Kim Walker: I Need You More
  6. Hillsong: Still
  7. Jonathan David & Melissa Helser: No Longer Slaves
  8. Hillsong: From The Inside Out
  9. HouseFires II: This Love
  10. William McDowell: You Are Here
  11. Vertical Worship: Spirit Of The Living God
  12. Travis Greene: You Waited
  13. William McDowell: Falling On My Knees
  14. Sinach: I Adore You
  15. Kim Walker: Fresh Outpouring
  16. Elevation Worship: Here In The Presence
  17. Psalmist Raine: The Great Shepherd
  18. Brian & Jenn Johnson: For The One
  19. Dr. Tumi: Nothing Without You
  20. Elevation Worship: First & Only
  21. Hillsong: Exceeding Joy
  22. Amanda Cook: So Will I
  23. Antioch College Worship: First Love
  24. Citipointe Live: Heart On Fire
  25. Natalie Grant: Clean
 
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Posted by on September 16, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Faith Based Channels

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Christian Youtube Based Channels:

  1. Leahsessence
  2. Ashley Empowers
  3. Elevation Church
  4. Beloved Women With Christina Patterson
  5. One Church LA
  6. Life Coach Shawn
  7. Maha Maven
  8. Dephne Madyara
  9. Crowned In Faith
  10. Godlydating 101
  11. Child of the kingdom
  12. Ify Alexis
  13. Albaner C Eugene Jr
  14. ChelseyMariaa
  15. Coffee and Bible Time
  16. Faceovermatter
  17. ForeverRachel
  18. Gabes and Anna
  19. Girl Defined
  20. Gabrielle Rockson
  21. Get Bare Before God
  22. Godzdesign
  23. Heather Lindsey
  24. Imiebi Rose
  25. Jefferson Bethke
  26. Joseph Solomon
  27. Kence
  28. Kim Cash Tate
  29. Kobbysays
  30. Kukua Asihene
  31. loveMichelleAna
  32. Lovelimitless
  33. Morgan Tracy J
  34. Miss Rockson
  35. Ophilia Mansoh
  36. Ope and Ayo Davies
  37. Practicing Reuel
  38. Priscilla Shirer
  39. Purpose Meets Class
  40. Sarah Destiny
  41. Simply, Feli
  42. Silvia Dwomoh
  43. Sopha Rush
  44. Team Swoduel
  45. Terri Savelle Foy
  46. The Teachers Show
  47. Tosin Alabi
  48. Tosin & Zoie
  49. The Bible Project
  50. Will & Dom
  51. Zoe Siobhan

The things you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you. -Philippians 4:9. As you take the time to check out these channels, I hope you are blessed and encouraged. Tell your friends and their friends. Feel free to mention other channels that I didn’t mention on the list. Never forget that these are channels to help and encourage you in your walk. This is not a substitution for reading the Bible. Until next time, live and love. God bless you 🙂

 
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Posted by on September 12, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Soak In God’s Word

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“On his law he meditates day and night.”
Ps 1:2 NIV

LEARN TO MEDITATE

Butterflies cover more ground, but bees gather more honey. That’s because the butterfly just flies over the flowers, whereas the bee lands on each one and stays there long enough to extract the nectar. That’s the difference between merely reading your Bible for a few hurried minutes, and taking time to meditate on what you’re reading. Meditation isn’t something difficult and mysterious that only scholars and “spiritual” people do. It’s just thinking deeply and continuously about a passage of Scripture, memorizing it, letting it take root, and “owning it” until it becomes a life force operating within you each day. The point isn’t how much Scripture you memorize, it’s what happens to you in the process. Meditating on God’s Word clarifies your understanding and corrects your conduct. It enriches your thinking and equips you by making you think different thoughts than if you were watching TV, for example, or texting, or talking on your cell phone, or shopping at the mall. The Psalmist writes: “The Law of the Lord makes them happy, and they think about it day and night. They are like trees growing beside a stream, trees that produce fruit in season and always have leaves. These people succeed in everything they do” (vv. 2-3 CEV). Meditating on God’s Word is the cure for moral and spiritual weakness; for a life with no focus; for a lack of intimacy with God; for chronically weak faith that causes you to fail and keep missing God’s best. So open your Bible, read it, and pray, “Lord, what are You saying to me?” Then meditate on His answer. Devotional//Word For You Today

 
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Posted by on September 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Are You A Giver?

“Be generous, and someday you will be rewarded.”
Ecc 11:1 CEV

THE REWARDS OF GENEROSITY

The Dead Sea has such high mineral concentrations that even non-swimmers can stay afloat in it. The only problem is the smell. Because it has no outlets, any fresh water that comes in quickly becomes contaminated. There’s an important biblical principle at work here: “The generous will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed” (Pr 11:25 NLT). God never intended you to be a reservoir that just takes in, but a river of blessing that flows out to others. The Bible says: “A farmer who plants only a few seeds will get a small crop. But the one who plants generously will get a generous crop. You must each decide in your heart how much to give. And don’t give reluctantly or in response to pressure. For God loves a person who gives cheerfully. And God will generously provide all you need. Then you will always have everything you need and plenty left over to share with others” (2Co 9:6-8 NLT). So if you need a job, volunteer at a soup kitchen while you’re looking for work. If you’re praying for an increase in your business, pour your best into someone else’s business and ask God to prosper them. Solomon writes, “Give generously, for your gifts will return to you later. Divide your gifts among many, for in the days ahead you yourself may need much help” (Ecc 11:1-2 TLB). Even if you don’t have a specific need right now, sow a seed of kindness anyway. God knows what the future holds, and one day when you need it most, it will come back to you as a harvest. Devotional// The Word For You Today

Question From Me To You:

  1. Who has God placed in your heart to give?
  2. Are you a giver or a hoarder of your gifts?
  3. What has God done for you?
  4. How can you be a blessing to someone today/this week?

Verse:

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. -Galations 6:9

 
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Posted by on September 7, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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His Promises Still Remain

“I will pour my blessing on your children.”
Isaiah 44:3 

BLESS FUTURE GENERATIONS

Parent, here’s a Bible promise you can stand on: “I will pour my Spirit into your descendants and my blessing on your children.” Your kids should be able to take up where you left off! Your ceiling should be their floor. They shouldn’t merely follow you; they should use the foundation you laid to build something greater. Don’t use the comfort of the status quo as an excuse for not challenging old thinking. To get beyond your mental barriers, you need to stop saying things like: “That’s just the way I am,” or “My family never amounted to much, so I won’t either.” When you say that, you’re contradicting God! When God delivered the Israelites from slavery, they started out for the Promised Land. The journey should have taken only eleven days but it ended up taking forty years. What happened? They complained endlessly, and as a result kept going around the same mountain again and again. Why? Because they’d been in slavery for four hundred years, and they thought and talked like slaves! They couldn’t grasp what God had promised them. Finally He told them, “You have stayed long enough at this mountain. Go in and take possession of the land the Lord swore he would give your descendants” (See Dt 2:3). If your past has been one of failure, draw a line in the sand today and declare, “Enough is enough. I’m going to trust God for bigger and better things!” It’s in such moments that destinies are changed. Bottom line: The decisions you make today will affect not only you, but your children—so ask God to help you make the right ones.

 
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Posted by on July 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Humble Beginnings

Happy New Year’s Everyone. I made it to see 2014 and I’m so grateful. I started my New Year’s off by going to church to praise my God. It was an amazing time in the presence of God. Testimonies after testimonies. Worship/Message was powerful. God is great and worthy to be praised. This is my year of Overflow. Great things my God has done and Greater things he is yet to do. So the New Year is here. What are your New Year’s Resolution.? A lot of people don’t like making New Year’s Resolution. Some people think it a cliche and others feel like there is no point in writing down agenda’s to live by on a day to day basis. So they just go with the flow. It is very important to analyze and make some changes in your life. Change is good. New Beginning & a new start. It is good for your soul. Reflection also plays a huge role in the changes you have to make. Being Realistic will help one focus on their Resolutions. I personally make Resolutions but half way through the year, I find myself stumbling and not even remembering these points. For this year though, I want to make changes. Start something new and fresh. So here are my Resolutions.

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1) To grow more in Christ

2) To be a happy person

3) Try hard not to stress about matters

4) Be more confident in what I pray for

5) Increase in my intake of water

6) Love myself & not to be so hard on myself

7) Drink at least 5 bottles of water a day

8) Not to fixate my mind on others blessings but to realize that I too am blessed.

9) Be the best that I can be

10) To love people more & be of help in any way that I can.

So what are your dreams, goals & aspirations. SHARE IT.

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Posted by on January 1, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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