Well I sure hope and pray that everyone is doing well out there and standing under the victory and power that was purchased for us on the cross of Calvary through the shedding of the perfect blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. As I know this blog gets read beyond the shores of the United … Continue reading Coronavirus – fighting the real enemy
No matter what 2020 has thrown your way thus far (for many it has been a great battle on many fronts), know that the Lord has given you the victory through His cross and will give you strategies to enforce the victory in your situations. Our battles are not natural but spiritual (Ephesians 6). Stay … Continue reading Rescue
https://media.giphy.com/media/JqNEV8V6qKYqk/giphy.mp4 Panic... This was a message I sent to a few of the WhatsApp groups that I am in this morning - Some of the emoji's haven't transferred over very well and some have been removed. Psalm 91 is and remains my vaccine against every type of virus, no matter what it is named. The … Continue reading What’s your fill today?
May you have a Happy Christmas and a God filled 2020. Love from Brother Don
Feature Scripture It’s a very interesting time of the year. It’s the time of the year where I find I must be increasingly intentional about being hopeful, joyful and choosing to attain a place of peace and joy in the Lord. As my boss said in a devotional this week “Salvation is free, we don’t … Continue reading # Tis the season to be jolly #
Hi everyone. We are rapidly approaching the end of the Year of our Lord two thousand and nineteen. What a year it has been. I just stopped and asked myself, what have I learnt, what have I experienced and has it helped to develop me as a child of God? Make time, take time Sometimes … Continue reading Keep praying and believing God – The Word for Today (1st December 2019)
So as I grappled with some of my thoughts this morning, I could feel a sense of sadness hit my soul. As I thought about the plight of the Native Americans, the transatlantic slave trade, the plight of the vulnerable in Syria, the great inequality of wealth and so forth, I could feel myself drowning … Continue reading Yet…