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Simple in prayer are those who are able to empty themselves to rely on God. The question arises, how often do we pray in God’s presence to clarify our concerns and struggles?
“When you pray, go to your inner room, close the door, and pray to your Father in secret…Your Father knows what you need before you ask him.”
What I find so marvelous about God, is that He is wherever your inner room is…for there peace will follow.
I trust that this coming new month will surprise you with great wonderment. So, be fearless, be timeless and enter into the Call of God now.
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You and I are the lambs of the Good Shepherd.
Wolves will snare at us on the serpentine roads of life, but the Good Shepherd will lead us into loving green pastures.
“How shall I make a return to the Lord for all the good he has done for me?” –Psalm 116:12
My answer is simple: I shall ‘take refuge in the Lord” always. I may bleed from time to time with shock and longing, but I will always concede that the Lord is my Shepherd, and there is nothing that I shall lack.
With a new week ahead, may you experience “How lovely is your dwelling place, Lord, God of hosts.” -Psalm 84
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“Faith is a gift from God.
“One can be aware of Faith as easily as one can be aware of earth.
“Faith is as certain as is the existence of water.
“Faith is as sure as the taste of an apple, the fragrance of a rose, the sound of thunder. the sight of the sun, the feel of a loving touch.”
Faith is a beautiful gift like these Monarch butterflies.
Here’s another on the sill
You’re standing so still
Hoping to catch your eye
O my butterfly come into the light
O, what a beautiful sight.”
–Poem by Sharon Adamson
I wish you a splendid week of beautiful wonders.
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This is Easter Sunday that the Lord has made
Christ is risen from the dead
Let us be glad and rejoice, Allelulia!
“Amen Amen, I say to you, whoever keeps my word will never see death.”
Dear Friends, may this Easter season envelop you and your loved ones with great expectations for prosperity and unity.
sincerely, your scribeforlove
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Today begins the flow of precious graces of Holy Week. This invitation permits all to dip into Christ’s destiny for our sake, his entrance into Jerusalem, walking the Via Dolorosa to Golgotha and his resurrection on Easter Sunday.
In prayer let us join together to receive the gift of everlasting life with Christ.
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No matter how the ‘thief may come in the night to steal, slaughter and destroy,” we have the Good Shepherd who walks ahead of us, who defends us, who knows us one by one, and who invites us to be a good shepherd to one another, so we can follow Him who wishes to give us superabundant life.
Just two more weeks until Easter…before rejoicing, I must enter into the garden of agony with Him. Will you be there with me?