Word of the Day Series

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…


Tonight I Pray that you have the desire to seek out the Lord and delight in spending time with Him!  Realize like Mary did that there is great importance in just sitting at the feet of Jesus. When we wait upon Him, He will lead us where He wants us to be.  I pray that you know that you have the Creator of the universe as your Lord and He loves you! What more could you need?  I pray that you realize that it is when you are not connecting with Him at a deep level that you have a lack in your life and walk with Him.  Our part in this life is to learn to put all of our trust into Him, refusing to worry about anything! I pray that you will forget what is behind you and press on to what is ahead the prize which God has called us heavenward in Jesus Christ!!!  Walk In that LIGHT!!!  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 30, 2015...


Hoist the Sails
by Skip Heitzig 

I heard a true story once about a pastor who officiated a funeral. Afterwards, he got in his car to lead the processional to the cemetery. Well, he started driving, turned on the radio, and got lost in thought. He was driving down the street when he went by a Kmart and remembered he needed a few things at the store. So he pulled into the parking lot and circled a few times to find a parking space, then he glanced in his rearview mirror and saw a whole string of cars behind him with their lights on. Now, they had no idea why they were there. And, truth be told, that pastor didn't really have a good idea what he was doing there either.

Do you ever wonder what direction you're going in? Do you ever question the guidance of God? How do you know God's will? How can you tell the difference between God's voice, your own guilt, and your mother's voice playing in your mind?

Let me just say that when it comes to the leading of God, you can relax a bit. God is big enough, powerful enough, and creative enough to make sure that you get from point A to point B. It's not like God is up in heaven white-knuckling it, going, "They missed the cue! They missed the sign!" I believe it's as simple as Psalm 37:5: "Commit your way to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He shall bring it to pass." Couple that with another verse you probably know well, Proverbs 3:5-6: "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths."

I think the will of God and the guidance of God is a combination of God's aptitude and man's attitude. God is able and powerful. He can do it, and He will do it. That's His aptitude. The French theologian François Fénelon described our attitude nicely: "The wind of God is always blowing...but you must hoist your sail." So, how do we hoist our sails?

Here are four quick principles that will help you concerning guidance from God. Number one: operate naturally according to biblical principles. You don't have to constantly worry, "Should I go right or should I go left?" Just live. Trust. Read your Bible. Pray. Counsel with other believers and move.

Number two: evaluate any resistance. When it seems you've come to a stop, evaluate it: "Is this the Holy Spirit stopping me, or the enemy?" Now, you may need some counsel with determining that. But ask, and keep asking. It's better to ask what the right way is ten times than to go the wrong way once.

Number three: elevate your disappointments. Learn to see them a little differently. Disappointment can be God's appointment. A difficulty could be a cleverly disguised opportunity. If we could see every negative experience as part of the providential will of God for our lives, boy, it'd change us forever. Somebody once said, "God speaks to us through the regularity with which He disappoints our plans." God's "no" is just as important as God's "go."

Number four: appreciate God's variety. My friends, God has innumerable creative ways to direct your life. Please do not place your almighty God in a little box. God likes to break out of boxes. Hebrews 1:1 says, "God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets." God is a God of variety.

And finally, enjoy the ride. You're on an adventure. Your destination is secure if you have entrusted your life to following Christ: you're going to end up in heaven. So look out the window a little bit. I know life has bumps and the road has curves and there are potholes, but I'll tell you what, the scenery is great, and God promises to direct us all the way.


Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night...



Tonight I Pray that you get a real hunger for the Word of God  so that your faith will increase and you will realize that anxiety is the result of envisioning a future where you are without the Lord Jesus.  The best way to stop this anxiety is to spend time in prayer with the Lord and to be in HIS Word.  We are so fortunate to have a completed Bible to lead us in these last days.  It is our handbook for living and we should never be without it.  I pray that you speak to the Lord and let Him know your cares and your worries and then listen for His voice as He leads you.  Never forget that He promised us that He would never leave us or forsake us.  I pray that you stand on that faith knowing that sitting in HIS Presence outshines anything that you will ever find in this world.  Bask in the warmth of His light!!! In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen!!!  I Love You!!!  God Bless You All!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 29, 2015...


The New Fabric of Faith
by Skip Heitzig 

For some people, religion is all about being miserable. They go to church and think, I'm in church; I have to look miserable. And that's how they live their lives. For the Pharisees in Jesus' day, religion was all in negatives—all about what they didn't do. Even in church history, there was a time when the worse you looked, the holier that people thought you were. I remember the reaction of my friends when I told them I had become a Christian: "Oh, I'm so sorry. What trauma in your life brought you to this point?"

We read in Mark 2:18-22 about how Jesus had a discussion with the Pharisees, and they were a little bit miffed that His disciples didn't observe days of fasting like they did. And Jesus' response was classic. "Why should they?" He essentially said. "Just like a bride and groom celebrate, they're not in mourning; they're experiencing joy. The time will come when they'll fast and mourn." That spoke of His crucifixion, His death.

In the verses that follow, Jesus went on to explain a deeper truth by using an analogy: "No one sews a piece of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; or else the new piece pulls away from the old, and the tear is made worse" (v. 21). This illustration would have been understood by those listening: when you wash your clothing, it shrinks. If you have a tear in it, you don't put something brand-new over the tear, because then when you wash it, it'll shrink and create a bigger tear than the original.

What was Jesus getting at? He was getting at the truth behind the whole argument of His discussion with the Pharisees, and that was that the new fabric of faith in Jesus Christ couldn't be interwoven with the tired threads of the old religious system.

He gave another analogy: "And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; or else the new wine bursts the wineskins, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But new wine must be put into new wineskins" (v. 22). In those days, wine was stored in animal skins. Because of the strength and elasticity of a new skin, it would be able to handle the fermentation process that would take place in it. However, after you stretched the skin out, it would become brittle. So you wouldn't put new wine into an old wineskin, because old wineskins were unyielding and inflexible.

Jesus was getting to the heart of the issue, and that was the system of Judaism: it had become too brittle. Even though Jesus went to the synagogue, honored the Torah, and honored the Sabbath according to Moses, He really came to fulfill the Law, not polish up the old system. And part of the Law said that a new covenant was coming that God would make with the house of Israel—that the old would pass away and He would do a whole new thing. You don't pour the new wine of the life of Christ into an old system. That old system is too brittle, hard, and set in its ways; it'll break.

Now, this analogy can be applied not only institutionally, but also personally. When Jesus comes inside of you and you experience the new life of Christ, your life is expanded. The Lord wants to stretch you beyond your otherwise futile limitations. But you can become hardened and brittle, just like any church or religious system. Some people refuse to expand: "Well, we've never done it that way before." They become hardened when the Lord may want to do some new revolutionary thing in their lives.

How many of your traditions have you found it difficult to overturn after you became a Christian? When I became a believer, there was a process of undoing all the things that I had learned simply by tradition. And I found that traditions are some of the most difficult things for people to break.

But when we come to Jesus, our lives are stretched—they're expanded. Before we came, we couldn't have imagined how fulfilled our lives could be until the new wine was poured in. And it's in walking with Jesus, as His followers, learners, and disciples, that we learn the power of the gospel—that His authority supersedes all tradition.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Word of the Day.... April 28, 2015...


The Best Reason to Pray
Then He spoke a parable to them, that men always ought to pray and not lose heart.  — Luke 18:1
Why should we pray? Here's the short answer: because Jesus told us to. In Luke 18:1 we read, "Then [Jesus] spoke a parable to them, that men always ought to pray and not lose heart."

Of course, Jesus himself provided us with an example. Though He was God in human form, Jesus had a very deep prayer life. In the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus prayed, "O My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will" (Matthew 26:39). On the cross, Jesus started with a prayer: "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do" (Luke 23:34).

Prior to raising Lazarus from the dead, Jesus first spoke to God the Father. Looking up to Heaven, He said, "Father, I thank You that You have heard Me. And I know that You always hear Me, but because of the people who are standing by I said this, that they may believe that You sent Me" (John 11:42–43). Then He shouted, "Lazarus, come forth!"

Before Jesus fed the five thousand, we read that He looked up toward Heaven and asked God's blessing on the food (see Matthew 14:19). And why did the mothers bring their little children to Jesus? So He would pray for them (see Matthew 19:13).

If Jesus felt the need to pray, then how much more should we feel the need to pray? He gave us an example to follow.

And here is another thing to consider. Even if prayer were extremely difficult, which it is not, even if prayer were very unpleasant to engage in, which it isn't, and even if we never received answers, which isn't the case, we still should pray. Why? Because we are commanded in the Scriptures to do so

Monday, April 27, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…




Tonight I pray that Jesus comfort and guide you through your days and nights.  Do not let the trappings of this sinful world lead you into a life of bitterness, greed and jealousy.  Instead, keep your eyes on God and His wonders and mercies that endure forever. Remember that you are saved by His grace, by His blood and that is a gift that none of us deserved but were given anyway.  God’s riches at Christ expense has nothing to do with living your best life now or being rich in this world.  God’s riches exist in the pure agape love He has for each and every one of us.  Do not worry about the riches of this world, instead do as God calls us to do and store up your treasures in heaven!  Bitterness and greed sow seeds of hate and spite.  It will rot you from the inside out.  I pray that you realize that HIS ways are better than ours and stop trying to figure out what is happening and simply trust in Him and thank Him in advance for all of the good that will come out of it in the end.  For He knows the plans He has for you and they are good.  In Jesus Name I Pray, Amen and Amen….  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!  ♥♥

Word of the Day... April 27, 2015...


Look! There is the Lamb of God who takes away the world's sin.
—John 1:29 (TLB)

At the cross of Christ, sin reached its climax. Its most terrible display took place at Calvary. It was never blacker or more hideous. We see the human heart laid bare and its corruption fully exposed. Some people have said that man has improved since that day, that if Christ came back today, He would not be crucified but would be given a glorious reception. Christ does come to us every day in the form of Bibles that we do not read, in the form of churches that we do not attend, in the form of human need that we pass by. I am convinced that if Christ came back today, He would be crucified more quickly than He was two thousand years ago. Sin never improves. Human nature has not changed.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…



TONIGHT I PRAY that you will rejoice and be thankful to the Lord for all that He has blessed you with!!! That you never put the love of money or earthly treasures above Him, instead store up your treasures in heaven. To have an authentic walk with God so that you will do what is Godly instead of what is evil. That as you walk with the Lord through this day, practice trusting and thanking Him all along the way. For it is when we trust in Him that His peace will flow into us. Thankfulness lifts you up above your circumstances. I pray you realize that He does His greatest works through people with grateful, trusting hearts. Rather than planning and evaluating, practice trusting and thanking the Lord continually. I pray that as you rest in the Lord Jesus, a shift will take place that will revolutionize your life. Walk in that faith! Walk in that trust!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen. I love you all! God bless your sweet hearts!!!!♥♥

Word of the Day... April 26, 2015...


Our homeland is in heaven, where our Savior the Lord Jesus Christ is; and we are looking forward to his return . . .   —Philippians 3:20 

The Scriptures indicate that we are living in man’s day. But there is coming a day that will be called the Day of the Lord. In the midst of hopelessness, there is hope! And that hope is centered in the God-man, the Lord Jesus Christ. Now the will of man runs riot in the earth. Then the will of the Lord will alone be done. Until that time, we are under orders from the King of kings to proclaim His message. When we engage in evangelism, we are obeying His great command to “go and proclaim.” In doing so, we are hastening the day of His return.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night….



Tonight I Pray that you realize that Jesus not only loves you but He also likes you!!  I pray that you seek to live in HIS love!  We can take every single thing to Him in prayer.  I pray that you trust Him to meet your needs one day at a time.  I pray that you delight yourself in the Lord and rejoice in Him with singing.  As you are still in His Presence, listen for His voice and for when you do there is a treasure there just waiting to be found as He pours out His blessings upon you.  Rest in the Lord tonight and let your slumber be filled His Peace that passes all understanding.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I Love You All!!!  God bless you!!!  ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 25, 2015....


Finished!
When Jesus had tasted it, he said, "It is finished!" Then he bowed his head and released his spirit.  — John 19:30

The cross was the goal of Jesus from the very beginning. His birth was so there would be His death. The incarnation was for our atonement. He was born to die so that we might live. And when He had accomplished the purpose He had come to fulfill, He summed it up with a single word: "finished."

In the original Greek, it was a common word. Jesus probably used it after He finished a project that He and Joseph might have been working on together in the carpentry shop. Jesus might have turned to Joseph and said, "Finished. Now let's go have lunch." It is finished. Mission accomplished. It is done. It is made an end of.

So what was finished? Finished and completed were the horrendous sufferings of Christ. Never again would He experience pain at the hand of wicked men. Never again would He have to bear the sins of the world. Never again would He, even for a moment, be forsaken of God. That was completed. That was taken care of.

Also finished was Satan's stronghold on humanity. Jesus came to deal a decisive blow against the devil and his demons at the cross of Calvary. Hebrews 2:14 says, "Only by dying could he break the power of the devil, who had the power of death." This means that you no longer have to be under the power of sin. Because of Jesus' accomplishment at the cross, finished was the stronghold of Satan on humanity.

And lastly, finished was our salvation. It is completed. It is done. All of our sins were transferred to Jesus when He hung on the cross. His righteousness was transferred to our account.

So Jesus cried out the words, "It is finished!" It was God's deliberate and well-thought-out plan. It is finished—so rejoice!  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Friday, April 24, 2015

Word of the Day...April 24, 2015....


The Matter of the Heart
"These people draw near to Me with their mouth, and honor Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me."  — Matthew 15:8


Have you ever found yourself distracted during a time of worship? As you're singing, maybe you're thinking, I am so sick of this song. Why are we still singing this song? Or maybe you're looking around and saying to yourself, I'm more spiritual than anyone here. I'm such an awesome worshiper. Then again, you might be thinking, I wonder what I should eat after church?


During a worship service, it's possible to have no thought of God whatsoever. But here's what we need to know: Worship is not an art form; it is a heart form. God looks at what is going on inside. Quoting from Isaiah, Jesus said, "These people draw near to Me with their mouth, and honor Me with their lips, but their heart is far from Me" (Matthew 15:8).


Jesus told the story of a Pharisee and a tax collector who both went to the temple to pray. Tax collectors were despised in the eyes of nearly everyone, while Pharisees were the most religious guys around. Jesus said that the "Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, 'God, I thank You that I am not like other men—extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as this tax collector. I fast twice a week; I give tithes of all that I possess' " (Luke 18:11–12).


The tax collector, however, stood at a distance in the temple. He wouldn't even look up to heaven as he beat his breast and prayed, "God, be merciful to me a sinner!"


Jesus concluded by saying, "I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other" (verse 14). Why? Because his heart was right toward God.


When we worship, let's do it from our heart. Because the heart of the matter is the matter of the heart.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!


Thursday, April 23, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night….


Tonight I Pray that you wait quietly in His Presence.  Do not rush through your visits with Jesus.  Sit with Him and wait upon Him. Ask His Holy Spirit to quiet your mind so that you can hear His still small voice within you. Sometimes we get so caught up in the things of the world we get distracted and miss the best that the Lord has for us.  I pray that you realize that Jesus speaks to us continually through our day. His words of love, peace and guidance. We just need to sensitive to Him and listen when He speaks to us.  I pray that He gives each of you a great hunger for the Word of God so that you can grow strong in His Word, Will and Way for your life.  Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart!!! Take a deep breath and trust in Him for underneath are the everlasting arms!!!  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen….  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!

Word of the Day... April 23, 2015...


A Gift from God: Gracious Provision
by Skip Heitzig 

As a child of God, when you are consumed with worry, it sends a message to the world that there's no real difference between a believer and an unbeliever. Imagine trying to witness to an unbeliever while you're consumed with fear and anxiety. They would look at you and say, "Why should I give my life to Christ?" Let me ask you this: Do you face life like a Christian or like an unbeliever? Do your Christian beliefs affect the way you do life?

The past couple weeks, we've looked at several gifts that God promised us in Matthew 6: carefree living and a relationship with the Father. The third gift we're going to look at is God's gracious provision, and it's a result of our vertical focus. Matthew 6:33 says, "Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you." The principle here is that God's provision is proportional to your vertical focus.

There are a couple of things I want you to notice. To begin with, look at the phrase "Seek first"—not second, not third, but first, as a matter of priority. Not after you get your degree, have a career, settle down, and the kids are gone, and if you have any time left over, then you can squeeze something in for God. Seek first, as a priority in your life, the kingdom of God, and all these things will be added to you. 

Also notice: "All these things." What things? All the things Jesus had spoken about in this passage: food, clothing—everything you're not to worry about. Jesus was saying, "If you focus on just one thing, I'll take care of all these things. Rather than worrying about your life, why don't you just start working for My kingdom, and I'll make sure all these things get taken care of for you?" Is that a great deal or what?

When was the last time you sought first, as a priority, the kingdom of God? This simply means to pour your life into something that's eternal and to bring as many people as possible under the eternal reign of Christ. When was the last time you did that?

The greatest example of somebody who sought the kingdom first is Paul the apostle. He just kept going and going and going. They beat him up, and he kept going; they put him in jail, and he kept going; they threatened his life, and he kept going; he almost got killed, and he kept going. They couldn't shut him up.

At one of his missionary stops, they told him, "Paul, don't even go to Jerusalem. They're going to imprison you; they may even kill you." You know what Paul said to them? "But none of these things move me; nor do I count my life dear to myself, so that I may finish my race with joy, and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the gospel of the grace of God" (Acts 20:24). He wanted to make sure that his life was being poured out for that which is eternal. That's seeking first the kingdom of God. Pour out and expend your energy on His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things, these gifts, will be added to you.

Make that your first enterprise. And if you do that, you don't have to sweat the small stuff. So, as Christmas gets nearer and nearer, stop trying to carry the world on your shoulders. It's God's world; let Him run it, and let Him run your life. He's your Master and your heavenly Daddy, and when you seek His kingdom first, He'll give you all you need.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night….


Tonight I pray for those who are suffering and broken. God sees your hurt and pain, and I ask for HIS restoration and peace to be upon you. You can rest knowing that He is working things out for your good! I pray that you put all of your trust in HIM.  Allow Him to release His greatness into your life. To Release all of the power of Jesus, I pray for healing and the health of our families and loved ones…I pray that YOU guide us and give us wisdom Lord Jesus…I pray that YOU bless our lives…I pray for YOUR peace and love to cover every one of us…I pray for family problems to be solved and for people to meet their right spouses…I pray for jobs, protection of children, the homeless and the Lost. In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen. I Love You All!!!! God bless you!!!


Word of the Day... April 22, 2015...


A Self-Description of Jesus
by Charles R. Swindoll 
“Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.  Matthew 11:28-29

In all my studies I've found only one place where Jesus Christ---in His own words---describes his own "inner man." In doing so, He uses only two words. He doesn't say: "I am wise and powerful," or "I am holy and eternal," or "I am all-knowing and absolute deity." Do you know what He said? Hold on, it may surprise you.

"Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble in heart; and you shall find rest for your souls" (Matt. 11:28-29).

I am gentle. I am humble. These are servant terms. Gentle means strength under control. Humble in heart means lowly---the word picture of a helper.

Frankly, I find it extremely significant that when Jesus lifts the veil of silence and once for all gives us a glimpse of Himself, the real stuff of His inner person, He uses gentle and humble.

When we remember that God wants us to conform to His son's image, we realize he wants us to have qualities like Jesus had. We must let gentleness and humbleness emerge.

We are never more like Christ than when we fit into His description of Himself.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..




TONIGHT I PRAY THAT as you come to the Lord with all of your weaknesses both physical and spiritual, that you will be able to rest in the comfort of HIS Presence. Knowing that in your heart that nothing is impossible with Jesus!!!  I pray that you turn your mind away from your own problems, so you can totally depend on Jesus to meet all of your needs, both  Spiritual and physical. For when you release every part of your life to Him it is even more spectacular than you can even imagine!!!  Instead of trying to direct HIM to do things, stop trying to control everything so that you will be able to experience HIS Peace. Look and see what the Lord is already doing in your life. When the anxiety attempts to wedge its way into your thoughts, remind yourself that the Lord is your Shepherd.  He is taking care of you. Therefore there is nothing you should be afraid of. That the safest place for you to be is in HIS will, Word and Way for your life…   Walk in that Light, and faith!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I love you all!!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥

Word of the Day... April 21, 2015...


A Local Call
by Skip Heitzig

If you go to Jerusalem, the tour guides there will sometimes say—tongue-in-cheek but also with an air of seriousness—"You can pray to God anywhere on earth, but here it's a local call."

In Psalm 139:7, King David wrote, "Where can I go from Your Spirit? Or where can I flee from Your presence?" Essentially, he asked the question, "Where is God?" This is a rhetorical question; it's meant to lead you to one conclusion. Where can I flee from God's presence? Nowhere. Or, to put it in the positive: where is God? Everywhere. This is the omnipresence of God.

This is either a great comfort to you or a great concern, depending on how you're living. You can run, but you can't hide; God is inescapable. For New Testament believers, it's not just that God is everywhere—it's more personal. Jesus is Immanuel, "God with us" (Matt. 1:23). He came to earth and lived here for thirty-three and a half years. And before He left, He told His disciples, "It is to your advantage that I go away; for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you; but if I depart, I will send Him to you" (John 16:7). He was referring to the presence of the Holy Spirit of God dwelling inside the believer.

From Psalm 139, we can draw three conclusions about the omnipresence of God. First, death itself can't hide a person from God. Psalm 139:8 says, "If I ascend into heaven, You are there; if I make my bed in hell, behold, You are there." For the believer, "to be absent from the body" is "to be present with the Lord" (2 Cor. 5:8). But doesn't death end it all for the unbeliever? Nope. After this, you're not just eternally unconscious. The Bible says, "It is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment" before God (Heb. 9:27).

Second, because God is everywhere, distance can't hide us from Him. Look at verses 9-10: "If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea, even there Your hand shall lead me, and Your right hand shall hold me." To rephrase: "If I could travel the speed of light (186,000 miles per second) and shoot across the universe to any place, God is there." What does this mean to us personally? It means you don't have to go on a pilgrimage to a holy place or crawl on your knees to get to God. You can open the Bible, pray, and instantly make contact with heaven.

Finally, darkness doesn't hide us from God. Look at verses 11-12: "If I say, 'Surely the darkness shall fall on me,' even the night shall be light about me; indeed, the darkness shall not hide from You, but the night shines as the day; the darkness and the light are both alike to You." The word fall in verse eleven literally means to bruise, crush, or oppress. All of us have been crushed spiritually or emotionally in dark times. But Jesus said, "Lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age" (Matt. 28:20). That's a promise.

Think back on what those tour guides say: "You can pray to God anywhere on earth, but here it's a local call." That's just not true. In Acts 17:24, Paul said point-blank, "God...does not dwell in temples made with hands." I pray we would meditate on the great truth that God is here and everywhere. If there's ever a truth that you should filter all the activities and decisions of your life through, it's this one.

What a great word this was from Pastor Skip Hetzig today!!!   I love that I can talk to my Lord anywhere any time and any place. He is just that large and in charge!!!  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!! God bless you!!!

Monday, April 20, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..



I Pray TONIGHT that you place all of your trust in Jesus.  Listen as He softly announces HIS Presence to you.  His shimmering radiance taps gently at your consciousness, seeking entrance.  That even through His great power that rules all of heaven and earth, you will feel His gentleness.  I Pray that as you put all of your hope in Him that you will be protected from self- pity and depression.  Hope in Him is like a golden cord that will connect you to heaven.  The more you cling to this cord, the more our Lord will bear your burdens; in doing so He will lighten your load.  He wants you to cast all of your cares on Him for He truly cares for you.  Cling to hope and His rays of light will reach out to you through the darkness and touch you.  When He does He will change your life together. Praise His holy name and thank the Lord as He fills with His spontaneous flow of joy!!! In Jesus name we pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 20, 2015...


A Heavenly View
Therefore we do not lose heart. Even though our outward man is perishing, yet the inward man is being renewed day by day. For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.  
2 Corinthians 4:16–17


In his final words to the elders of the church at Ephesus, Paul essentially laid down the principles that really mattered to him and said the desire of his heart was to finish his race with joy (see Acts 19:24). It was an emotional good-bye, and Paul left, sailing on to Caesarea. When he arrived there he stayed with the evangelist Philip, where he encountered the prophet Agabus. Agabus tied his own hands and feet with Paul's belt and warned him, "Thus says the Holy Spirit, 'So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man who owns this belt, and deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles' " (Acts 21:11). In other words, "Don't go. Danger is waiting."

Paul responded and said, "What do you mean by weeping and breaking my heart? For I am ready not only to be bound, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus" (verse 13).

Now, what kind of a statement is that? That is the statement of a man who has been to heaven (see 2 Corinthians 12:2). Paul left this earth, went into the presence of God, and was called back to the earth again. That is why Paul was able to say that he had "a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better" (Philippians 1:23).

If you had been to heaven, it would change everything about you. It would change the way you see everything and the way you respond to everything. And certainly, it would change the way you view death.

I don't think that Paul had a death wish, but I do think he recognized that what was waiting for him on the other side was far better than what he was experiencing. The same can be true for you and me.  This is a great teaching by Pastor Greg Laurie.  What a great way to start my day!!!  I hope that you are all blessed by it and I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!! 

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..




Tonight I Pray that you realize that we can come to the Lord with a thankful heart even in the midst of tribulation and sorrow.  That we can face our trials with a power that others do not have…  The power of the Lord God!!! I pray that as we face those oncoming storms that we lean closer into Him so that He can help us to navigate our way through the storm. For it is when we put our trust in Him, we have the assurance that He will help us to endure the trial before us and discern His purpose for it so that we can grow into a more intimate walk with Him.  I pray that each of us can be like the eagle who has the ability to lock its joints and soar effortlessly on the updraft, instead of flapping his wings.  I pray that as we wait upon the Lord, that He will help us to use the winds of adversity to soar above our problems.  After all, God promises “Those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; and mount up with wings like eagles” In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I Love you all!!!  God bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..


I Pray TONIGHT that the Lord fills your heart with His love and gives you great joy!  He has supplied fountains of joy within us!!  I pray that you are open to the Holy Spirit so that you will experience HIS fullness in your life as He meets you in the stillness of your soul. He has made us glad The Joy of the Lord is our strength!!! I pray when no one seems to understand you that you draw closer to the HIM the One who loves you completely and perfectly.  As He fills you with His great love I pray that you allow it to overflow from you into the lives of others.  I pray that you walk in the light of His love forever!!!  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love you all… God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 18, 2015...


A Daily Deposit    
    Show me, Lord, my life's end and the number of my days; let me know how fleeting my life is.   —Psalm 39:4 

Let's say that your phone rings tomorrow morning, and it's a call from the manager of your bank. He tells you, "I received a very unusual call the other day. Someone who loves you very much and is quite wealthy has given you a large sum of money. This anonymous donor will be depositing 86,400 cents into your account every single day."

"How's that again?" you ask.

"Every single day, this person will deposit 86,400 cents into your account."

Is that much money? you wonder at first. Then you get out your calculator and figure out that it amounts to $864 every day. That's pretty good, you're thinking.

"But there is one condition," the banker continues. "You have to spend it every single day. You can't save it up. You can't add it to the next day's balance. Every day, you must spend that money. What is not spent will be taken away. This person will do this each and every day, but the condition is that you must spend the money."

So you go back to your calculator and figure out that $864 times 7 equals $6,048 per week. That amount, multiplied by 52, comes to $314,496 per year. That's a pretty good deal. And that is also a fantasy.

So let's deal with reality. Someone who really does love you very much deposits into your bank of time 86,400 seconds every single day. That someone is God. And the condition is that you must spend it. You can't save up time today and apply it toward tomorrow—there's no such thing as a twenty-seven-hour day. Each and every day, you have the opportunity to invest your precious commodity of time.

I like the way Paul wrote about this in Ephesians 5:15-17: "Be very careful, then, how you live—not as unwise but as wise, making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is" (NIV).  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Friday, April 17, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…



Tonight I Pray that you take everything to the Lord in prayer.  He is working on our behalf and truly cares about our concerns.  He is a Lord that counts our tears and that is just how much He truly loves us.  I pray that you feel the warmth and security of Him taking care of you on this night. I pray that you put all of your trust in Him and I pray that you get a real hunger for His Word so that you will grow into a more intimate walk with Him.  I pray that you stop trying to do things under your own power and release every part of your life to Him.   For it is when you give everything to the Lord you are released to fall back into the security of His everlasting arms.  Stand on that faith in the Lord and allow Him to teach you His ways.  For when you take the time to search Him out through prayer and His Word He will be found by you and there is no greater treasure than that!!! In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen…  I love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 17, 2015...


The Difference
by Charles R. Swindoll 
“You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled under foot by men.
“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden;  nor does anyone light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on the lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father who is in heaven. Matthew 5:13-16


Ours is a hell-bound, degenerate world, and you know it. Political corruption abounds. International peace, a splendid ideal, continues to blow up in our faces. The crime rate escalates as domestic violence and gang wars and drug traffic and overcrowded jails continue to plague society. Pending legal cases choke the courts of our land with an endless litany of litigation. And even when cases are finally brought to trial, no courtroom or prison cell can remove madness from minds or hatred from hearts.

Satan, our relentless enemy, has a game plan, and it's on the board. Knowing that his days are numbered, knowing that he has an appointed amount of time before the scoreboard counts him out, he holds the world in his lap and gives it directions, implementing his strategy day after day.


If our Christian message is a mirror image of the message of the world, the world yawns and goes on its way, saying, "What else is new? I've heard all that since I was born." But if the Christian lifestyle and motivation and answers are different, the world cannot help but sit up and take notice, thinking: How come they live in the same place I live, but they are able to live a different kind of life? Why is their love so deep and lasting and ours so shallow and fickle? How is it that she can forgive and never hold a grudge? Why do these people have so much more compassion, kindness, integrity, and patience than anyone else I know?


Do you get the message? It's the difference that makes the difference!


Think about it: Do people feel more alive when they're around you? Do you create within them a thirst for God? Does anyone ever wonder why you are so unselfish, so thoughtful, so caring? Do the neighborhood children want to be in your home because of the way you treat your children?


What do people see when they look at you? Do they see your good works? Do they hear your courtesy? Do they detect your smile? Do they notice that you stop to thank them? Do they hear you apologize when you are wrong? Do they see every visible manifestation of Christ's life being normally lived out through you? When they see all that, Jesus said, they "will glorify your Father who is in heaven" (Matt. 5:16).

Isn't it a pleasure when someone says to you, "Why are you like that?" And isn't it a natural thing to respond, "I'm glad you asked. Let me tell you what's happened"?  I loved this devotional today and learned so much!!!  I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day!!!

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…


I Pray Tonight that as you get into the Word and prayer that He makes your prayer life stronger and draws your loved ones back to Him in these last days. Go gently and steadily through your day looking to Him for all that you need.  Then rest in the knowledge that His watch over you is perfect.   I pray that you sing a new song unto the Lord filled with Praises and Thanksgiving!!!  He is your song and He will share His joy, peace and His blessed Presence with you. I pray that you hold tightly to His hand as you journey with Him towards heaven.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 16, 2015...


The rock of badgers are a people not mighty, yet they make their homes in the cliffs. Proverbs 30:26 

Conscious of their own natural defenselessness, the rock badgers resort to burrows in the rocks and are secure from their enemies. My heart, be willing to learn a lesson from these feeble folk. You are as weak and as exposed to peril as the timid badger; be as wise to seek a shelter. My best security is within the fortress of an unchanging Jehovah, where His unalterable promises stand like giant walls of rock. It will be well with you, my heart, if you can always hide yourself in the bulwarks of His glorious attributes, all of which are guarantees of safety for those who put their trust in Him.

Blessed be the name of the Lord, I have so done and have found myself like David in the cave, safe from the cruelty of my enemy. I do not have to wonder how blessed it is to trust in the Lord, for long ago, when Satan and my sins pursued me, I fled to the cleft of the rock Christ Jesus, and in His wounded side I found a delightful resting-place. My heart, run to Him afresh tonight, whatever your present grief may be. Jesus feels for you; Jesus consoles you; Jesus will help you. No king in his impregnable fortress is more secure than the rock badger in his cliff home.

The master of ten thousand chariots is not one bit better protected than the little dweller in the mountain's cleft. In Jesus the weak are strong, and the defenseless safe; they could not be more strong if they were giants or more safe if they were in heaven. Faith gives to men on earth the protection of the God of heaven. They cannot need any more and need not wish for more. The badgers cannot build a castle, but they avail themselves of what is there already. I cannot make myself a refuge, but Jesus has provided it, His Father has given it, His Spirit has revealed it, and here again tonight I enter it and am safe from every foe.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…




 Tonight I Pray that you realize that we serve a Mighty God and nothing is too difficult for Him!! He has chosen to use the weak so that He can accomplish His purposes. Your weakness is designed by the Lord to open you up to His power. Do not fear your limitations and never allow fear to block the flow of His Strength into you. Instead of trying to fight your fears, concentrate on putting all of your trust into HIM. When you relate to Him in confident trust, there is no limit to how much He will strengthen you.   He is your Helper the One who will teach you to pray and give you a mighty hunger for His Word!!! Stand on that Faith and trust in Him every day and He will make your paths straight.  In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word Of The Day... April 15, 2015...


Power of Blood
This is the blood of the covenant that God commanded for you.    Hebrews 9:20 

There is a strange power in the very name of blood, and the sight of it is always moving. A kind heart cannot bear to see a sparrow bleed and, unless familiarized by use, turns away with horror at the slaughter of a beast. As to the blood of men, it is a consecrated thing: It is murder to shed it in anger; it is a dreadful crime to squander it in war. Is this solemnity occasioned by the fact that the blood is the life, and the shedding of it the token of death? We think so. When we rise to contemplate the blood of the Son of God, our awe is greater yet, and we shudder as we think of the guilt of sin and the terrible penalty that the Sin-bearer endured. Blood, always precious, is priceless when it streams from Immanuel's side.

The blood of Jesus seals the covenant of grace and makes it certain forever. Covenants of old were made by sacrifice, and the everlasting covenant was ratified in the same manner. What comfort that our salvation rests upon the sure foundation of divine commitments that cannot be dishonored! Salvation by the works of the law is a frail and broken vessel whose shipwreck is sure; but the covenant vessel fears no storms, for the blood ensures the whole. The blood of Jesus made His covenant valid. Wills are of no power unless the testators die.

In this light the soldier's spear is a blessed aid to faith, since it proved our Lord to be really dead. There can be no doubt about that matter, and we may boldly appropriate the legacies that He has left for His people. Happy are they who see their title to heavenly blessings assured to them by a dying Savior. But does this blood not speak to us? Does it not bid us sanctify ourselves unto Him by whom we have been redeemed? Does it not call us to newness of life and incite us to entire consecration to the Lord? O that the power of the blood might be known and felt in us tonight!  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night….



I PRAY TONIGHT that you are not afraid, for He is your strength. I pray that you ask the Holy Spirit to immerse you in His Love and as you rest in Him, He will renew your mind, body and spirit. Train your mind to seek out the Lord in all situations look for Him in your surroundings. A beautiful sunset, the beauty of the waves as they crash on to the shore or the smile of a loved one.  I pray that as He comes in and upon you that your walk with the Lord shall be changed forever!!!  His power is unlimited, and as you give all of yourself to Him, your consecrated weakness will draw His power to your neediness.  I pray you stand on your faith in the Lord and do not allow fear to stand between you and the Lover of your soul!!!  In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... April 14, 2015...


Citizens of Heaven
  But we are citizens of heaven, where the Lord Jesus Christ lives. And we are eagerly waiting for him to return as our Savior.  —Philippians 3:20 

I am reading this chapter right now and am so blessed!!!  Then I opened my e-mail and here is a wonderful devotional from Pastor Greg Laurie!  I had to share this because it fits in perfectly with what I was reading this morning.  Not only that my husband and I went through the exact same thing when we had our grandson Alaka’i and our two granddaughters, Kaliko and Alohilani over last weekend.  God is good all the time!!!  I think you will enjoy it as much as I did.

I have four granddaughters and one grandson. The youngest of the girls, Allie, age two, is always so excited to visit our home, which is filled with all kinds of toys. Allie will be happily occupied with the toys for a while, when suddenly she will say, "Home!"
"What?" we will ask.

"Home!" she declares again and walks out the door, as though she had just grabbed the car keys and was about to drive away. When Allie wants to go, she wants to go. She is a bit of a homebody. I've never seen this in a little child.

When you become a Christian, you become a citizen of your real home, heaven. Philippians 3:20 tells us, "But we are citizens of heaven, where the Lord Jesus Christ lives. And we are eagerly waiting for him to return as our Savior."

Sometimes we will look at life, and it all just leaves us cold. We will think, Home! But the "home" we are actually longing for is our heavenly one.

E. M. Bounds wrote, "Heaven ought to so fill our hearts and hands, our manner and our conversation, our character and our features, that all would see that we are foreigners, strangers to this world, natives of a nobler clime, fairer than this. . . . Heaven is our native land and home to us, and death to us is not the dying hour, but the birth hour."

David said, "We are here for only a moment, visitors and strangers in the land as our ancestors were before us. Our days on earth are like a passing shadow, gone so soon without a trace" (1 Chronicles 29:15).

The world is not our home, but it is our present location. And one day, we will go to our real home. I don’t know about you guys but I am getting really homesick!!!  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly Day!!!  God bless you!!!

Monday, April 13, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…




TONIGHT I PRAY that all of us give up the illusion of a problem free life and that we come to the resolution that we live in a fallen world and we will face difficulties in this life.  I pray that we remember this is NOT our home we are only visiting here and very soon our Father will call us home.  In the meantime I pray that we pour our energy into seeking the Lord for He is the Perfect One. He will understand you when no one else seems to.  I pray that you don’t allow the hardships of this life to pull you away from Jesus and having a thankful heart. When we are thankful it takes the sting out of hardships and opens our heart to His Presence!!! It is the warmth of His love that will light our path to home with Him. Rest in that love that will never leave us or forsake us!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥

Word of the Day... April 13, 2015...


Dare to be a Daniel    
    Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself with the portion of the king's delicacies, nor with the wine which he drank. —Daniel 1:8 


We serve a living God. And if we serve a living God, then it means we will take Him everywhere we go. It will affect everything we do. It will affect our relationships. It will affect our ethics. It will affect our work. It will affect our play. It will affect the way we think. It will affect the way we live. It will affect the way we vote. It will affect everything we do. Because if Jesus is not Lord of all, then He is not Lord at all.

The Bible tells us about a man who had this kind of faith in God in the midst of tremendous peer pressure. His name was Daniel, and the Bible also gives us an indication as to how he did it: "But Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself . . ." (Daniel 1:8, emphasis added). The word to underline in your Bible is purposed. He purposed in his heart.

That is what we need a lot more of today. How we need men and women of conviction. We need men and women of purpose, people who will say, "This is right. I don't care if it is popular. I have to do what is right."

Be a man, be a woman, of purpose. Be a man, be a woman, of conviction. As Philip P. Bliss wrote in his classic hymn, "Dare to be a Daniel, dare to stand alone! Dare to have a purpose firm! Dare to make it known." Daniel purposed in his heart that he would not defile himself. What have you purposed in your heart today?  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....



TONIGHT I PRAY that the love of God would cover and heal you in every wounded place that the enemy would try to operate through. Lord, please pour out your love and power over every seed planted of bitterness, indignation, wrath, and resentment from relationships that have ended in strife, anger, rejection, and separation! I pray that You will bind and heal the brokenhearted. That You will be the One who picks us up when we fall. I pray that you may feel HIS Presence now and walk in the warmth of HIS LIGHT!!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love you all… God bless you!!! 

Word of the Day... April 12, 2015...


The Poison Garden
. . .looking carefully lest anyone fall short of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up cause trouble, and by this many become defiled. 
Hebrews 12:15

In Eureka, California, best-selling author Amy Stewart tends an unusual garden behind her house. Every plant could kill you. Some of her plants, if ingested, would paralyze you. Some would stop your heart. Amy is a specialist in poisonous plants, about which she often writes and lectures. They are grown behind a secure fence. 

Few of us would want such a garden, but how many of us have allowed a root of bitterness to spring up within us? How many have a little toxic garden in our hearts? 

If anyone had reason to remain bitter, it was Joseph in the book of Genesis. Yet he forgave his brothers, was reconciled to them, and provided for them. His forgiveness melted their hearts, and old wounds were somehow healed. Forgiveness isn't just a behavioral adjustment or psychological device. It is the sum and substance of every page and paragraph of the Bible. It's what the Bible is all about. It's the theme of the ages, the crux of the cross and gist of grace. 

Beware lest any root of bitterness spring up within you. 

He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…



Tonight I Pray that you realize that the Creator of the Universe loves you and He has chosen to make His humble home in your heart!!! If you are listening to Him you will hear Him whisper to you as you go through your day.  I pray that you don’t get distracted by the noises of the world and allow them to take your mind off of the holy whispering of the Lord.  Find a quiet place where you can be still and know that He is God!!!  I pray that you let Him fill you with His Love, Joy and Peace that flows from His Living Presence.  Though you are only made of dust He has designed you to be filled with heavenly contents.  When you are weak He can shine more brightly through you!!  I pray that as you go through this day that you allow Him to give you the strength that you need to make it through any tribulation that comes your way.  That the Light inside of you will shine brightly and be a beacon for the lost so that they will see you and can find their way home.  In Jesus Name I Pray, Amen and Amen!!!  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥ 

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Word of the Day... April 11, 2015...


Start Seeking God
by Charles R. Swindoll 
The Lord is good to those who wait for Him,
To the person who seeks Him.  Lamentations 3:25

"Lord, I'm back and I diligently seek you." How many times have we said this? This time stop talking and sit silently. Wait patiently, seek diligently, sit silently. That means you need to pour out your heart and then deliberately be quiet. Spend a full day in quietness.

Meditation is a lost art in this modern, hurry-up world. I suggest you revive it. Not by endlessly repeating some mantra to get into some other frame of mind. Not that. Simply and silently wait before your faithful God. Read a passage of Scripture, perhaps a psalm, and let it speak. Say nothing. Just sit silently. Let Him talk. Let Him reassure you that you are fully and completely forgiven and that your shame is gone. Feel His arms around you. Understand the cleansing that He's bringing. Feel again the freshness and relief of His presence.

God will give you a fresh start if you'll stop fighting. It works. I know. I've been there. Just submit to Him and accept His grace.

God will keep His promise to forgive and welcome you home. 
His mercies are new every morning.  I hope that you enjoyed this devotional as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!  God bless you!!!

Friday, April 10, 2015

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…


Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…

Tonight I Pray that we realize that there is nothing that can separate us from His great love.  He is always right there for us no matter how hard life has gotten.  I pray that you put all of you trust in Him as you walk with Him daily.  It is when you make the choice to choose a different trail that you take yourself out of the light of His great love!!!  I pray that as soon as you realize that you have strayed away from the path He has planned for your life that you call out to Him.  “Jesus I want you as the center of my life and I trust you with every part of my life.”  When you do this you will be back on the path with Him. For He says; “trust in me and I will make all of your paths straight.” I pray that He gives you a great hunger for His Word so that you will grow in His Will and Way for your life and never fall away or forget the promise that He has made to all of us. “I am with you always even until the end of the age.”  Let this assurance fill you with His Peace and Joy so that you can rest in the light of His Love.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen… I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥ 

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