Our miracles are never wasted

If you consider personality differences than you realize seeing an arm grow out of a shoulder stump where there was no arm before, will provoke different responses in a group of people.  Same God, yet many testimonies will be shared of that event according to each person’s perception.  Our Father isn’t negated of performing that …

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Three Little Words

I’d like to address reading this memoir “Three Little Words” from the perspective of an aspiring author who wishes to publish a similar story, my own.  I write down testimonies as they return to my memory just as this book captured the thematic childhood of those of us who have felt un-wanted throughout the course …

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Jumping into someone else’s business

I think I get into a tizzy with myself so often because I make myself follow through on my word even though half the time I discovered that my committment was premature. There I said it, and that my friends wraps up my whole live in a nutshell, hence proving that I am non-committal as …

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And a little child will lead them

I tend to get lost in movies because it allows me to live a pseudo life for the next two hours.  I see every life experience depicted in a movie as a correlation between my own and the characters that represent the most growth and introspection.  The movie “Losing Isaiah’, pulled on my heart strings …

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Pilot Podcast: Her name is Octavia

http://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-wdvnb-90fd21 Her name is Octavia and I was destined to meet her because of what she taught me about myself.  Meeting her was what both of our spirits needed.  I didn't have clothes for her, but I had the unction to look at her in the eyes and see who she was in Daddy's sight.  …

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Losing Nestle

My blond-haired, brown-eyed best friend Nestle, has been smuggled into more hotels and public venues than any other dog I know.  Long before certain destinations allowed for pets to travel with their owners, I was taking that risk of bringing him everywhere despite regulations that threatened our dismissal.  We were asked to leave some motels …

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