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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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Don’t Stray While at work yesterday I got upset with a couple of my patients who were manipulative and deceiving. I have seen this before and although it speaks to their character, I decided to stay away from them. With the exception of what was required of me. And even then, I fell short and […]

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Working Out My Own Salvation As I begin to start work this morning, I am reflecting on having to cut ties with family. The Holy Spirit is impressing upon me the need to deal with this. I have to admit to myself that it hurts!!! Taking accountability for allowing myself to end up back in […]

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Delivering Self from Toxicity Today for probably the hundredth time, I cut off the same toxic family member. I offered them an olive branch in the form of asking for their services for my company. Instead of answering yes or no, she immediately attempted to bring me into their drama/trauma. Thus began the downward spiral […]

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The Covenant Promise With every new level in the LORD, I am always brought back to the covenant of the LORD. With every opportunity I am reminded of His promises. Knowing that when the Holy Spirit speaks, to follow through in obedience and to never waiver. Nevertheless, however He speaks, it takes a relationship and […]

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Choose Life or death Deuteronomy 30: 10-20 tells us of the promises of God. Life and good (prosperity), and death and evil (adversity) are a choice. Consequently, it is up to the individual to choose. The latter will be in despair, apart from God, because trials and tribulations are always apart of life. The Choice […]

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The Colt Jesus came riding on a donkey. As I read this, I felt that there was a message that the Holy Spirit was imparting as to why He chose the colt instead of the horse. So, I will differentiate the characteristics of the two. Horses are stronger but scare easily and may not sense […]

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