Words Accompanied by the Spirit

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The Danger of Someone Who is Asleep This will be short and to the point. Listening to a sermon titled, “Are You Ready”, brought back to my remembrance something that the Holy Spirit told me a long time ago. At the time, the focus was on infidelity. I was going through a divorce. But the […]

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Setting Yourself Up for Sin As I go into the book of Judges, and after Joshua’s death, the fleshly nature of the Israelites began revealing itself. The Lord commanded them to drive out all the inhabitants and not to spare or pity them. But why? I will now reference one of my favorite scriptures. Joshua […]

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Faith At All Times Today as I read the book of Joshua, he is dividing up the land among the Israelites. Just as the LORD and Moses commanded. In Chapter 14: 7-12 Caleb approaches Joshua inquiring of the inheritance that God promised him. He is 85 years old and Caleb describes himself as being strong […]

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Decent and In Order As I continue reading from the book of Joshua, I began where the land is being divided among the other nine and a half tribes of Israel. I felt as if the reading is cumbersome, and my flesh just wants to bypass this. Nevertheless, in my spirit, I felt that there […]

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Standing on Your Promises This morning I woke up thirty minutes prior to a scheduled phone interview with a recruiter from a hospital in my state of residence. She offered me nights and I prefer days. The starting wage is below my worth. Yet, I told her I would consider it. After the Covid, healthcare […]

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Indomitable and Omnipotent When Elijah confronted the 450 prophets, he was alone. Even in the presence of all of Israel, he alone believed in one God. Elijah did not waiver!!! The prophets prepared their ox. They called on Baal from morning to noon. As Elijah mocked them, they leaped and yelled louder. Cutting themselves in […]

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Appreciate Small Beginnings Yesterday as I was preparing to put up a video, I noticed that I had two new subscribers. My first two, to be exact. Even though, one was my son, I am thankful and excited. Humbled, I cherish the little things. As it is written, “Who [with reason] despises the day of […]

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How Long Will You Waiver? True prophets are not a dime a dozen. People proclaim to be prophets every day. Obeying the LORD is not glitz and glamor. Prophets are despised for telling the truth. For rendering God’s judgment. Just as it is written and forever remains written, “For Your sake we are put to […]

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Toxic Indifference I am exploring the story of Ahab from a different angle. You can read 1 Kings 20-22. Ahab and Jehoshaphat were kings over Israel and Judah, respectively. They were also friends. Totally opposite in character. However, Ahab is known mostly for his evil wife Jezebel. Ahab was corrupt and immature. Prior to Jezebel having […]

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A Liar Shall Not Tarry in My Sight Yesterday my son had a settlement conference. A young woman was assaulted by her boyfriend and/or dope dealer. And instead of being truthful, she is allowing my son to be prosecuted for it. What is sad, but not uncommon is that the judge, prosecutor, and everyone involved […]

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