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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Exodus Moment from Read the Bible in a Year



EXODUS MOMENT – Moses had thrown down the two tablets of stone that God had written His commands on when he saw the golden calf that the Children of Israel had made and was worshiping. Just as Moses had broken the physical tablets on which God’s commands were written, they had broken God’s commands spiritually by turning to idolatry. Their sinful action inspired Moses’ impulsive reaction –leaving God with the task of dealing with two different and yet related situations. God repeated the commandments that the Children of Israel were to keep, so that His commands would be written on their hearts and mind. God also rewrote the Ten Commandments on two more tablets of stone. Whereas the first set, God handed to Moses having already written His laws on them, this time, Moses had to chisel out two tablets himself that were similar to the ones before for God to write on. It seems that God made Moses do the work so that he could be mindful to control his anger. Just as Moses temporarily allowed his anger to get the best of him, sometimes we too allow our anger to get the best of us when we see sin in the world. 

God makes room for us to have a righteous anger, but we must be careful to ensure that our anger is indeed righteous and not out of pride and/or arrogance. We must be careful to not be the pharisee looking down on the sinner, or we may cause ourselves to be blocked from greater blessings as we will see with Moses in the upcoming chapters. We should be sure that we always do the right thing for the right reason and God will bless us accordingly. Something to ponder…

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

30 Signs You May be Influenced by the Spirit of Jezebel

30 Signs of the Narcissistic the Spirit of Jezebel
"But I have this against you, that you tolerate that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophetess and is teaching and seducing my servants to practice sexual immorality and to eat food sacrificed to idols" (Revelation 2:20). 

  • Refuses to admit guilt or wrong
  • Takes credit for everything
  • Uses people to accomplish its agenda
  • Withholds information
  • Talks in confusion
  • Volunteers for everything
  • Lies
  • Ignores people
  • Never gives credit to show gratitude
  • Criticizes everyone
  • One-upmanship
  • Sequesters information
  • Uses information
  • Talks incessantly
  • Spiritualizes everything
  • Is insubordinate
  • Is pushy and domineering
  • Clairvoyant
  • Uses the element of surprise
  • Sows seeds of discord
  • Commands attention
  • Is vengeful
  • Attempts to make you look like you are a Jezebel
  • Insinuates disapproval
  • Knows it all
  • Is ambitious
  • Gift giving
  • Is independent
  • Is religious
  • Hides

Flee From The Narcissistic Jezebel Spirit

Friday, January 18, 2019

God's Rainbow for Good the Devil Turned Bad by K L Rich Children's Book

God's Rainbow for Good the Devil Turned Bad by K L Rich Children's Book

Teach children the REAL reason God created the rainbow with this book. Click on the link above and it will take you to Amazon or go directly to before they stop selling such books. The persecution and censorship is real against Christians. 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Genesis Moment (Chapters 46-47

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 GENESIS MOMENT – God appeared to Jacob in a vision to let him know that he was not to be afraid of going to Egypt and that He would be with him. Jacob had some concern about the move to this foreign land based on the promises that had been given to him, his father and grandfather. Nevertheless, God assured him that all would be well and that he would one day return. There are times in life when we may be unsure about certain decisions we make. We may weigh them in the balances, but second guess ourselves due to the uncertainty that life can often bring. Nevertheless, we have a Heavenly Father who knows the end from the beginning. Because He is the Potter and we are His clay, He knows the final outcome of His vessels when we are still at the clay stage. All we have to do is submit our cares unto Him and He will give us the answers that we seek. Something to ponder…

QUESTION OF THE DAY – The famine in Egypt was so severe that people eventually ran out of money. The Egyptians first sold their cattle and livestock to Joseph who took it on Pharaoh’s behalf and then they offered to sell themselves and their land in exchange for food. This meant that the people who had to resort to this were servants, of which, Joseph was in full control. Isn’t it amazing that the one who was once a servant himself was now in charge of those who placed themselves in servitude? Was God preparing Joseph to have a heart for such by making him one of them first? Isn’t it amazing to see how God was the CEO of the first Apprentice show were one of his proteges helped to save a nation? Something to ponder…

GENESIS MOMENT – Jacob and his family had finally come to Egypt where they would have provisions to last them during the remaining years of the drought. Joseph had been appointed as the governor of Egypt a couple of years before their arrival just in time to carry out this task. God’s timing was everything. He had Joseph in the right place at the right time to prevent what could have been a major disaster for his chosen people – leading them to possible starvation, illness, and death. Joseph’s pain and suffering came at a high cost but paid off in the end. He, along with his family, was blessed through his strokes of misfortune and eventual portrait of elevation. God is the Master Artist of our lives. He knows how the story is going to end before it even begins. He starts with a blank canvas of us at birth, and during our lifetime, many strokes of paint is used to produce our portrait. The strokes that the Artist uses does not always feel good at times, due to the hardness of the brush of life and its many bristles of despair. Yet, God continues to paint away. He uses every pain, every hardship, every fear, and every feeling of brokenness as part of our life’s portrait to develop us. One day, our portrait will be complete when He says, “Well done.” Until that day, we must allow God to continue His development of us into an absolute Masterpiece. Something to ponder…
Refer to Masterpiece by Dr. Ken Nichols