God blesses us every single day with multiple blessings. It is our job to see those blessings and be grateful for His unconditional love. Open your eyes to God’s goodness and recognize what He is doing in your life to serve others. He loves everyone without exception turn to Him and accept His love, grace, and mercy.
Hear my prayer, O Lord; answer my plea because you are faithful to your promises. Don’t bring me to trial! For as compared with you, no one is perfect. My enemies chased and caught me. They have knocked me to the ground. They force me to live in the darkness like those in the grave.… Continue reading Hear My Prayer, Oh Lord.
Every person in this world will wake up with a struggle. It may be a small struggle like you have overbooked yourself and will be running constantly from meeting to meeting. It may be that you and your spouse had a fight that wasn’t resolved before falling asleep. Possibly you have rent due today with… Continue reading Allow God to Take It
This morning at Chase Oaks Church I heard the most inspiring and understood message from our senior pastor, Jeff Jones. This message truly helped me realize the path I had taken to start my ministry. He explained the faith catalysts that lead you to your purpose that God has planned for you. It’s so powerful… Continue reading Faith Catalysts
It seems like I hear more and more, “I feel so sorry for that person!” They go on to say that the person has cancer, lost their job, filed for divorce, are struggling financially, lost their home, lost a family member to Covid, crashed their car, and the list goes on. We have been taught… Continue reading Don’t Offer Pity, Offer Prayer
Cancer sucks. It’s invasive, it’s aggressive, it’s relentless, it has a mind of its own, it comes to destroy. I personally am surrounded by cancer and have been deeply entrenched in it this past year. I constantly have people asking me to pray for their friends because they have been diagnosed with cancer. My prayer… Continue reading Cancer Sucks But We Have to Look for the Blessings.