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Be Compassionate

“Do you see this woman?”
Lk 7:44 NKJV


Luke writes: “Behold, a woman in the city who was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at the table in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster flask of fragrant oil, and stood at His feet behind Him weeping; and she began to wash His feet with her tears, and wiped them with the hair of her head; and she kissed His feet and anointed them with the fragrant oil. Now when the Pharisee who had invited Him saw this, he spoke to himself, saying, ‘This Man, if He were a prophet, would know who and what manner of woman this is who is touching Him, for she is a sinner’” (vv. 37-39 NKJV). This scene took place in the house of Simon, a religious leader who was more concerned about “right and wrong” than he was about hurting people. He may have been theologically correct, but he lacked compassion. And Jesus confronted him about it! “He turned to the woman and said to Simon, ‘Do you see this woman?’” Simon saw her as a streetwalker and a loser. But not Jesus. He responded to the gift she brought and to the heart of love behind it. In determining her future potential to God’s Kingdom, He didn’t consult her sordid past or even refer to it. He saw her tears, understood her need, and shocked the religious crowd that day by saying, “Your sins are forgiven” (v. 48 NKJV). Be careful: When you’ve been in church for a while and forgotten what it’s like to be on the outside, you can become hard-hearted and fail to show the love of God to those who need it.

Devotional/Word For You Today. Have a blessed day 🙂

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Posted by on February 21, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Endless Praise

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Sing to the Lord, all the earth; proclaim his salvation day after day.  Declare his glory among the nations, his marvelous deeds among all peoples. For great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; he is to be feared above all gods. For all the gods of the nations are idols, but the Lord made the heavens. Splendor and majesty are before him; strength and joy are in his dwelling place. Ascribe to the Lord, all you families of nations, ascribe to the Lord glory and strength. Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; bring an offering and come before him. Worship the Lord in the splendor of his holiness. Tremble before him, all the earth! The world is firmly established; it cannot be moved. Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad; let them say among the nations, “The Lord reigns!” -1 Chronicles 16:23-31

  1. We Will Worship: Like Oil

  2. Todd Dulaney: The Anthem

  3. Isabel Davis: Wide As The Sky

  4. Bethel: Stronger

  5. Jesus Culture: Flood The Earth

  6. Mali Music: All I Have To Give

  7. Jason Nelson: Forever

  8. United Pursuit: Need You More

  9. Travis Greene: While I’m Waiting

  10. Joyful Way: Settle Less

  11. Bethany Worship: Speak

  12. Joe Mettle: All I Want Is You

  13. Morgan Harper Nichols: Lead Me Back

  14. Deitrick Haddon: Amen

  15. Jaye Thomas: Hymn (John 1)

  16. Kelontae Gavin: No Ordinary Worship

  17. Kalley Heiligenthal: You Know Me

  18. Amanda Cook: So Will I

  19. William Murphy: Your Reign

  20. Vashawn Mitchell: Conqueror

  21. Matt Maher: Faithfulness

  22. Bethel: The More I Seek You

  23. Red Rocks Worship: Right Here, Right Now

  24. Upper Room: Joy Of Surrender

  25. Jekalyn Carr: You Will Win

  26. Free Worship: Your Name

  27. Nathaniel Bassey: Casting Crowns

  28. Spirit Of Praise: Ngena

  29. Nicole C Mullen: Call On Jesus

  30. Brian Courtney Wilson: All I Need

  31. Deitrick Haddon: He’s Able

  32. Elevation Worship: Fullness

  33. Joe Mettle: Bo Noo Ni ft Luigi MACLEAN

  34. Phil Thompson: My Worship

  35. Ayo Davies: Awesome God

  36. Antioch College Worship: First Love

  37. Hillsong: I Surrender

  38. Sinach: Strong Enough

  39. Tauren Wells: Hills And Valley

  40. Micah Stampley: Be Lifted

  41. Bri: Jacob’s Song

  42. Kim Walker: I Need You More

  43. Citipointe: Heart On Fire

  44. Vertical Worship: No Turning Back

  45. Psalmist Raine: The Great Shepherd

  46. Tasha Cobbs: The Name Of Our God

  47. Free Worship: Strong Enough

  48. Dr. Tumi: Forgiven

  49. Elevation Worship: Mighty Cross

  50. Kirk Franklin: Silver And Gold

  51. Bethel: For The One

  52. Geoffrey Golden: Glory To The Lamb

  53. Hillsong: In Control

  54. Kristene DiMarco: It Is Well

  55. We Will Worship: Nothing’s Impossible

  56. Sinach: The Name Of Jesus

  57. Dante Bowe ft Jesse Cline: Potter

  58. William Murphy: Sacrifice Of Praise

  59. Hlengiwe Mhlaba: Living Waters

  60. Jaye Thomas: Draw Near

  61. Aaron Moses: Breathe

  62. United Pursuit: Lay It All Down

  63. We Will Worship: This I Will Know

  64. Every Nation Music: We Stand In Awe

  65. Jaye Thomas: Fill Me

  66. Christ For The Nations: Consuming Fire

  67. Muyiwa: Your Majesty

  68. Free Worship: Christ Be Revealed

  69. Shana Wilson: Give Me You

  70. Tasha Cobbs: Break Every Chain

  71. Nicole C Mullen: My Redeemer

  72. Sweet Symphony: Dreaming Of A City

  73. Dr. R. A Vernon: You Covered Me

  74. William McDowell: Show Me Your Face

  75. Forever Jones: He Wants It All

  76. Bethel: Shepherd

  77. William Matthews: Glory To Glory

  78. JJ Hairston: You Deserve It

  79. Sonnie Badu: My Soul Says Yes

  80. Kalley: Good Good Father

  81. Casting Crowns: Great Are You Lord

  82. Passion: Even So Come

  83. Brian Courtney Wilson: Worthy

  84. Hillsong: Christ Is Enough

  85. Jonathan Nelson: I Believe

  86. Bethel: Ever Be

  87. Consumed By Fire: He Waits For You

  88. William McDowell: Spirit Break Out

  89. Sinach: Way Maker

  90. ORU: Let Praises Rise

  91. Hillsong: You Are My Strength

  92. Maurette Brown Clark: It Ain’t Over

  93. Elevation Worship: Resurrecting

  94. Housefire: This Love

  95. Jaye Thomas: We Love Your Name

  96. Patrick Dopson: Keep Me

  97. Eddie James: Overcomer

  98. Brooke Vandervoort: Set A Fire

  99. Isabel Davis: The Call

  100. Elevation Worship: First And Only

Thank you for stopping by my blog. I pray that these songs will minister unto you. I have more on the way but for now, 100 will do. Until next time, stay blessed. If you have any prayer requests, please feel free to leave me a comment. God bless you all 🙂

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Posted by on February 18, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Position Yourself

“The wise listen to others.”
Pr 12:15 NLT


Positioning yourself to receive makes all the difference! For example, as you read this, if you position yourself to receive by saying to the Lord, “I will take action on what You show me,” you’ll benefit more than if you read it just to be motivated or inspired. To resist or to receive that’s a choice you make every day. Nothing dies quicker than a new idea in a closed mind. It’s impossible to learn, if you think you already know it all. One of the reasons Jesus reacted so strongly to the Pharisees was because they refused to receive what He had to say. A wrongly positioned mind is like a microscope that magnifies trifling things but can’t receive great ones. Every situation, properly viewed, is an opportunity. But opportunities can only “drop into your lap” if you position your lap where opportunities drop. When you don’t position yourself to receive, it’s like asking for a bushel while you’re holding a cup. Too often our minds are locked on one track. We’re looking for red so we overlook blue; we’re thinking “tomorrow” and God is saying “now.” We’re looking everywhere, and the answer is right under our nose. When a person is positioned correctly, he or she is ready to receive all God has for them. The Bible often uses the word simple. The original term means “thick, dull, and sluggish,” and it describes those who are insensitive and unreceptive to the thoughts of others. God will speak to you through people, but unless you listen you won’t hear what He has to say. So today position yourself to receive.

Devotional//Word For You Today. Have a blessed day 🙂

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Posted by on February 9, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Dream Big

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Welcome to the month of February. I’m so grateful to be among the living by the Grace of God. I must admit that the month of January was tough for me but by his Grace alone, I’m here. I don’t know your expectations for this month but I pray that you will seek first the Kingdom of God. I pray that in this month of February, you will draw nearer to God. You will make God your priority. You will not lose sight of who He is no matter what trials come your way. This month, dream big. Take time to write down your goals if you haven’t done so yet. Stay focused. Distractions will come but don’t let them get in the way of what you are pursuing. Life is what you make it. I hope that this month will be a productive, fun filled, graceful month for you all. Until next time, stay blessed & encouraged. Jesus loves you 🙂


  1. Study A Book In The Bible
  2. Participate in the 21 day challenge in the Holy Bible App
  3. Pray for someone other than yourself
  4. Random Act of Kindness
  5. Take time to say Good morning to someone outside your home.
  6. Make it a priority to pray everyday
  7. Meditate on a Bible verse for the week










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Posted by on February 1, 2018 in Uncategorized


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I’ll Praise Him

Hi everyone. I hope your doing well. So today, I just want to share this song I came across on my Youtube feed. I absolutely love listening to Hillsong along with other Christian bands. While in college, I got the opportunity to fellowship with Hillsong Church. It was beyond a blessing. This song has been on repeat. I couldn’t help but smile as I listened to song. There’s so much joy in the presence of the Lord. I hope you are blessed & filled with more joy as you listen to this song. 🙂


Who am i that the highest king Would welcome me I was lost but he brought me in His love for me Oh His love for me

Who the Son sets free Oh its free indeed I am a child of God Yes I am

Free at last he has ransomed me His grace runs deep While i was a slave to sin Jesus died for me Yes he died for me

Who the Son sets free Oh its free indeed I am a child of God Yes I am

In my Father’s house There’s a place for me Im a child of God Yes I am

I am chosen not forsaken I am who you say I am You are for me not against me I am who you say I am

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Posted by on January 30, 2018 in Uncategorized


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It’s Time To Move On

“ Tommy Blades

But forget all that–it is nothing compared to what I am going to do. -Isaiah 43:18

What have you been holding on to? Is it pain from a previous relationship, bitterness from your family or even betrayal/hurt from friendships? Whatever it may be, know that there comes a time when you have to let go. Yes, I must admit that letting go isn’t easy at all. It’s actually one of the hardest things to do for the most part but at the same time it is a blessing. It’s so easy to hold on to everything but we must learn to release everything unto God. We must learn to trust that what we release unto God is for a greater purpose far beyond our understanding. So my question for you today is, what do you need to go of? Why are you clinging on to that very thing God has told you to let go of? What will it take before you release? Regardless of what it may be, you can take it to prayer. There’s nothing too hard for God. Ask the Holy Spirit to bring into mind, the things that you need to release.

For me personally, I’ve struggled with holding unto friendships. It was so hard to let go of those who made it clear to me that they weren’t my friends. I always had this mentality that no matter what trials came along in my friendships, I will forgive and carry on. After all, life is full of many tests. The more that I tried to cling on to these friendships, I was hurting myself. I’ve come to the understanding that not everyone you think is your friend is your friend. Everyone that comes into your life is for a purpose. You can’t fight for everything you want in your life. A friend once told me that “I need to stop trying to maintain friendships with people who aren’t willing to do the same.” I sat down and evaluated myself and the people around me. My friends aren’t necessarily bad friends but they have habits that they have carried on for a while. I always believe that if you desire to have good friends, you have to display the qualities of what a good friend is. We are living in a generation now where people don’t know what it truly means to be a friend. It’s all about benefits. What can this person do me for me? One thing that I have learned over the years when it comes to friendship is that if people don’t prioritize you, don’t make them a priority either. If you find yourself always constantly stretching yourself to maintain a relationship with someone, sometimes you have to step back. You have re-evaluate your circle of friends. Take the time to pray and allow God to do what he needs to do in your relationships. If your desire is to have Godly relationships and the relationships that you have now aren’t up to fit, it may be that some of the people in your life are parting ways with you.  They have played the role they needed to play in your life.Whether it may be that they taught you a few or an ample amount of lessons, either ways, there was a purpose for their existence in your life.  My mentor once told me that God was removing certain people out of my life. I just cried as she told me. At the time, I didn’t really understand because I already had people leaving my life naturally. It was so painful when she pronounced that news to me but sometimes the truth has to be told. It wasn’t easy but now looking back, I’m so grateful. I’m here to tell you that whatever you have been holding unto, it is time to let go. It’s time to release all the bitterness, hurt and pain. Yes, it’s never easy and I’m not here to tell you that it would be but clinging unto pain because you’ve become so comfortable with talking about what others have done to you is causing more pain. In my previous post, I discussed about a disease called unforgiveness. A disease that is spreading so rapidly among our families, friends and most importantly ourselves. This epidemic must come to an end. It’s about time we speak up about what we are going through. Harboring pain isn’t going to give birth to joy, love or peace. If we say we want the peace of God to reign in our lives, we must be willing to leave our gift at the altar and go and make amends with our brothers and sisters. Stop waiting for your offender to come and make amends with you. Rise Up. Be the bigger person not for yourself but for Christ. Ask God for the grace to forgive. We are not called to be like the world. We are citizens belonging to Christ. I believe that this year is going to be a year of reconciliation and restoration in our family, friendship/relationship dynamics. God is trying to renew, restore our relationships but we must also be willing to partner with God in fulfilling his promises. It’s time to let go. Allow God to break the chain of unforgiveness. God is ready to do a new thing. It’s your year. Don’t let anything hinder you from receiving your blessings. It’s your time to rise up.

Verses I Leave With You:

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. -John 14:27

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. -1 Peter 5:7

Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do:forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what lies ahead. -Philippians 3:13

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. -Proverbs 3:5-6

Until next time, stay blessed & encouraged. Jesus loves you 🙂

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Posted by on January 28, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Change Of Attitude

“For the happy heart, life is a continual feast.”
Pr 15:15 NLT


The story’s told of a wise old man. Every day he and his granddaughter would sit outside his gas station in rocking chairs, waiting to greet tourists as they passed through their small town. One day a tall man with the appearance of a tourist started looking around like he was checking out the area for a place to live. “So what kind of town is this anyway?” he asked. The old man replied, “Well, what kind of town are you from?” The man replied, “One where the people are critical of each other. It’s a real negative place to live.” The old man said, “You know, that’s just how this town is too.” Later, a family passing through also stopped for gas. The father stepped out and asked the old man, “Is this town a good place to live?” “Well, what about the town you’re from?” he replied. The man said, “Where I’m from everyone’s close, and always willing to lend a helping hand. I really hate to leave it.” The old man smiled and said, “You know what, that’s a lot like this town.” After the family drove off, the old man’s granddaughter looked up and asked, “Grandpa, how come you told the first man this was a terrible place to live, and when the second family asked, you told them it was a wonderful place to live?” The old man looked into her big blue eyes and said, “Sweetheart, no matter where you go, you take your attitude with you—and that’s what makes it terrible or wonderful.” Yes, life is what you make it! Which is why the Bible says, “For the happy heart, life is a continual feast.”

Devotional//Word For You Today// Have A Blessed Day 🙂

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Posted by on January 25, 2018 in Uncategorized


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