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My Beloved St. John

I keep checking on reports coming out of the U.S. Virgin Islands. I’m so concerned for the people and the economy of St. John. The Caribbean is hurricane haven, so islanders are used to destruction caused by storms, but Irma delivered a crippling punch. The rebuilding process will require much patience. For now, the folks […]

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A Vision of the Coming Rapture

While seated on the Southern Steps in Jerusalem, I listened to Bishop Clarence E. McClendon’s description of a vision he received from the Lord. It was there in Israel that McClendon¬†knew he was supposed to release the vision- to share the revelation given him from heaven. “Jesus is coming soon!” “I had a prophetic revelation […]

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Takers, Receivers and a Giver

Finally settling down for a day of rest, and the sorrow of this world catches up with me. All that I can say is, “Father, forgive us for we know not what we do.” When reality sheds light on the utter destruction we reap by our own hands, my mind races to formulate some measure […]

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100-Day Identity Makeover: Day 29

Day 29 You Are Called According to God’s Purpose Have you ever wondered, “What’s my purpose? What calling does God have upon my life?” Take a look at the entirety of the Romans 8:28 truth. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been […]

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My Most Important Post!

Ready for a challenge, Weekend Warriors? We’re assessing the spiritual position of our hearts. Because we are living in a critical hour, each of us must inspect our standing with Jesus Christ- He is the deciding factor for our lives- now and for eternity. NOW IS THE HOUR TO KNOW HIM “‘But what about you?’ […]

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It’s Time to Prepare

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned through this unusually snowy winter, it’s that Newport News Public Schools works hard to make decisions that are proactive. They prove by their decisions to close schools and conduct early dismissals that safety of students is a priority. (Maybe a little¬†snow is not a big deal for those […]

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God and man

How you and I relate to God says much about the quality of life we experience in the here and now; however, more importantly, it indicates the outcome of our lives after we take our last earthly breath. To have relationship with the Creator seems inconceivable; still, He invites us to have all of Himself […]

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