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Woman, do you ever feel like a dead tree, even though you know God has filled you with living water and knowledge/wisdom that needs to be shared? Well, be encouraged. Do what's necessary to go from feeling like a dead tree to BEing/sharing the fruitful, flowering tree that God has made you and wants to contiue to make you.
Isaiah 61"For the Spirit of the Lord God is upon me;.." https://www.biblegateway.com/audio/mclean/kjv/Isa.61
Jan - Job's Wife
Feb - Cast Away
Feb - Don't!
Feb - Stand
May - 'Pay" Yourself
July - Boundaries
June - Resumes'
Jan - Bits N Pieces
Nov - Links to TPM Wearables for purchase.
Oct - Mistaken for the side piece.
July - I Cor 7:34 - An Observation, not a Command.
May - Women, we change the atmosphere.
March - Women's History:
Black Women Preachers;
No More Smallin' Up of Me; Our Greatest Fear.
February - Valentines...daily!
Dec - Christmas..don't get too deep.
Nov - Happy Thanksgiving!
October - That's not worship.
August - The devil is a liar!
July - Where do you f-i-t?
June - "No" instead of "Go".
April - Let them "kill" you.
March-Woman, You are good
February - What ministry is calling you?
January - Woman, Go!
November-Don't be a Jonah.
October - It's Time for a new
September - Youth, here is something you can conquer.
July - Passive/Aggressive Leaders.
June - It's hard to leave.
May - Woman, why are you
April - Passive/Aggressive people.
March - God will give you His
own special pulpit
Feb - Rejection can be a blessing.
January - Snakes in your life.
Augsut - Move!/Sometimes You Gotta
Leave Home To Be Blessed
January - So what?
August - But I Wrought For My Names Sake
It's Christmas. Don't get too deep.
There are always those who argue that Christ was not born on December 25, but cannot give another date that He was born. It's not that deep. Just remember to celebrate His birth. We celebrate our birth, don't we? So, why get so sanctimonius about not celebrating Jesus' birth? Before modern times and recording keeping, birth dates were not exact or accurate. Our past is filled with ancestors who didn't know their birthdate, not because it wasn't possible, but because they were treated in such a way that they didn't have a way to keep accurate dates. Nevertheless, the births were celebrated on whatever day the people chose. Plus, considering all the other things we do that aren't "right" throughout the year, that causes God's grace to abound, I tend to believe, because of how I know God has done me in many instances of love and kindness, that He's not all that upset about when we celebrate His only begotten Son's birth. Celebrate Jesus' birth, alright. Amen. Merry Christmas!
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