Prayer Precept June 2017 “The Garment of Praise” A garment is something we wear, we put it on. We choose to wear it. Praise is prayer too and can happen alone in our quiet time, surrounded by work-mates or in the midst of the congregation. Hopefully, it is clean and neat and ready to wear. […]Read more "The Garment of Praise"
A Book Review by Linda Lee How many Americans even know what it means to live by faith? We live by the power of “our own boot straps”, or a well-paying job with benefits investments, inheritances, and if all else fails, the government will bail us out. Right? In his book, “Daring […]Read more "“Daring to Live on the Edge”"
Book Review by Linda Lee The Healing Creed on pages 17 & 18 could stand alone. It stands on the Word of God, period. He says what He says without interpretation, doctrines of choice or human filters. I would recommend that anyone in the midst of a healing battle read these verses and […]Read more "“The Healing Creed” by Becky Dvorak"
“Welcome to my world, won’t you come on in, miracles, I guess, happen now and then…My neice died at 31 years old. Her Mom is now fighting breast cancer. My other sister is on hospice–and I pray for healing. Part of the script to my childhood surfaces in my life fifty plus years later. Dean […]Read more "Welcome To My World"
Andrew Wommack describes the “vavle” that allows the Spirit of God to merge with our personal soul and body. When we become a believer in Christ, we are a new creation. So why do we continue to fight the world the flesh and the devil? Too often our mind agrees with the natural world more […]Read more "“Spirit, Soul & Body” By Wommack A Book Review By Linda Lee"
I have read the book, the “Shack”, with mixed thoughts and feelings. I was very upset with Sophia until I realized that Sophia represents wisdom and the Bible does refer to wisdom as a woman. I was very uncomfortable with God as a Black Woman. Yet, I realized that Jesus as a European Man is […]Read more "Pre-Shack"
Charles Dudley Warner was quoted as saying: “Politics makes strange bedfellows” has never been more true. Just entering my own golden years, I find myself a bit more skeptical than I used to be. I have more faith in God, less faith in people. ( Or election promises, party loyalties), I have moved from […]Read more "“Wiser?”"