“”I’d rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not.”

–Kurt Cobain

A fine clarity becomes a holy moment.  Good Friday brought this clarity into my consciousness.  My physical pain had me clinging to the Cross.  My life up until then seem to dissipate and an indescribable joy overcame my body.  I have been healing ever since that holy moment.  What matters now is what I do next.  Stay connected more and more with God.  Life begins to make sense when you overcome pain with the joy of the Lord who is my strength.  I feel this strength the most when I lay on the pillow at night, and relax, surrender and hope to meet God in my tomorrow.

It is important to recognize the choices we make to create holy moments in life.

What is your holy moment that you cherish the most?

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“Set wide the window.  Let me drink the day.”

–Edith Wharton

I like this expression, “Let me drink the day,” like the happy dreams I have for myself, and not those sometime eerie nocturnal mirages.  I journal my dreams because they are easy to forget, and usually in time I decipher their meaning.  What do you do with yours?

Like Walt Disney says, “All of our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”

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“The meaning of life is to find your gift.”

–David Viscott

Have you found your gift?

It is to be given away

So, how will you share it with the world?


“It’s your road, and yours alone.  Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.”


My gift is for everyone who needs intercessory prayer.

Tell me your gift and I will pray for it.

Happy Sunday!

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“A ‘holy moment’ is a single moment in which you open yourself to God.”

“You set aside personal preference and self-interest, and for one moment you do what you prayerfully believe God is calling you to do.”

–Matthew Kelly

The text message chimed on my phone.  The test result was positive.  My heart sank as the Spirit reminded me of my calling:  You are a prayer warrior.  Okay, Lord, this is awful news, I will pray harder.

“Sometimes the only available transportation is a leap of faith.”

–Margaret Shepard

Thankfully, I receive this reminder.  I readied to celebrate Sabbath.  There the Word preached to me another holy moment.

“Keep an open mind and God will do the rest.  Believe God over any circumstances.  Fight with prayer.  This is the most important thing to do in life.”

That night in a dream, with an eye-opening sense of God’s humor, a giant of a man forcefully stood guard over me saying, “CHILL.”

Morning came for me to ask what this dream meant, and I understood it was my son’s guardian angel who had spoken this way. 

“In the storm focus only on Jesus, not what’s in the storm” says the Lord.

And so, shall I fight with prayer and continue in living in this holy moment and let God do the rest.

Should you find yourself in a similar battle with bad news for yourself or someone you love, take heart, take courage.  Your holy moment is waiting for you as well.

How I love to rest with God every day…so join me as we begin the week of Thanksgiving together.

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