Monthly Archives: June 2020

The Mail Carrier!

I thought it would be easy to navigate my way to the expressway from my new job, but I was not familiar with the neighborhood. To further my confusion, a few street signs were missing. The only sure landmark I

Have You Reached A Red Sea in Your Life?

“One of the most dramatic stories in the bible is the episode of the children of Israel crossing the Red Sea. Moses was leading them out of the land of Egypt where they were kept in bondage and slavery. They

Even If You’re Tired….. YOU MUST Keep Moving Forward!

YOU’VE COME THIS FAR by faith; keep moving forward The central theme, chosen to mark the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Brittons Hill Wesleyan Holiness Church, was taken up by Reverend Lorton Moore during the anniversary service, luncheon and awards

When YOU Pray, Do You Really Think God Will Answer?

Do you expect God to answer prayer? Or do you, like me, struggle to maintain a prayerfully expectant heart? For years, maybe even decades, Simeon had been waiting for God to fulfill a promise. Was he weary of waiting? I

Put God First!

Do you ever forget anything? I do. Sometimes I’ll get on an elevator and wonder why I haven’t reached my floor. And then I’ll discover it’s because I hadn’t remembered to push the button. I forget where I’ve put things.

Is God Calling You to “Seek Him For 2 Days to Get Refreshed?

When is the last time you felt rested? I don’t mean the time you managed to get to bed before midnight. I mean really rested. We don’t live in a culture conducive to rest. Even in the church we can

Tired of Problems?Use The Gift of Prayer!

Always be grateful for the gifts of prayer which God has given you! Prayer allows you to go before our Heavenly Father for any and all things. If you’ve ever prayed then you know that prayer is a time when

No Matter How it Looks, God is At Work!

Woven through the tapestry of this wonderful story we find at least three timeless lessons thus far. The first has to do with God’s plan. The second has to do with God’s purposes. And the third has to do with

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