Battle Weary? Inquire Of God!

Battle weary, fatigued – – sit down and rest a while. God knows where to find you.

Pure Glory

by Hazel Straub

Fatigued by the battle? Unsure of the strategy needed to win the battle? God calls to you and says to consult him, for the right course of action. This is the time to quit relying on your natural strength and  ask God for his wisdom, listen and follow his instructions.

King David made a habit of asking God how to fight the battle. One time it was to pursue the enemy and God would give the victory.  And David inquired at the LORD, saying,Shall I pursue after this troop? Shall I overtake them? And he answered him, Pursue: for thou shalt surely overtake them, and without fail recover all. (1 Samuel 30:8 KJV)

On another occasion, God told King David, to circle around behind the enemy and when he heard the sound of marching in the mulberry trees, he would know the Lord had gone…

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Miraculous Healing of the Brain

God Still Work Miracles

Revelations From Daddy in Heaven

I have heard so many testimonies while visiting with friends or passing through the grocery store and it disturbs me that I can’t capture them in the moment. It is my hope to take captive of opportunities as they erupt instead of having to re-schedule them as I did in this scenario but I am grateful to my friend Brad for sharing his story. He suffered six strokes in one day and was left an invalid, hospitalized for 30 days while having to learn how to tie his shoes and use a fork for eating. Why do these things happen to Gods people? In my opinion, the enemy targets those with the greatest call because he doesn’t want their anointing to persuade masses of people into faith. Brad is such a man, and he has overcome great feats in the physical and spiritual realm due to RE-wiring the passageways in…

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UNSCATHED

WE DON'T always understand the plans of God especially in the midst of devastation but we can still hope in the goodness of God in spite of.

Black musician attended KKK rallies to make friends, talk to klansmen civilly

This is what doing the work of loving your neighbor as yourself looks like.

Mustard Seed Budget

maxresdefaultBy Kiera Sivrican —

When Daryl Davis held the American flag for his Cub Scouts troop in a march from Lexington to Concord to commemorate Paul Revere’s ride, he swelled with pride as an American.

What the 10-year-old never expected was the bottles, soda cans and rocks hurled at him. As one of only two black children in the area in 1968, he was being targeted by some of the whites in the crowd.

“This was the first time I ever experienced anything like this,” he recalled. “I did not understand.” Scout leaders huddled over him with their bodies and escorted him out of danger. “I kept asking, ‘Why? Why? What had I done wrong?’”

But the Scout leaders said nothing, and it wasn’t until his parents were cleaning and patching up his bruises and scratches that he began to learn about the ugly underbelly of America.

“For the first…

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