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Jesus Wept

John 11:35 Jesus Wept. Jesus wept, not because He was helpless. He knew what He would do. Jesus wept to show us what it means to mourn with those who mourn (Romans 12:15). His tears remind us that He is acquainted with our pain and grief (Isaiah 53:3).  2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (NLT) says: All praise […]

Tarzan:Reflections

“You’ll be in my Heart” by Phil Collins holds a wonderful memory for our family. Tarzan, the 1999 hit Disney movie tells the story of a young boy orphaned after a shipwreck. His parents end up dying, and a gorilla mom and her family raise him in the jungle. At first glance, it may not […]

Where Did I Go Wrong?

“My child fared well in school and had ambitions of going to college; now he’s out of high school, not working, and claims he has no plans to go to college.” “My daughter never calls until she needs something, and even then she is nasty to me!” Have you ever experienced similar experiences, or is […]

Father of the Fatherless

A father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in his holy habitation. Psalm 68:5 Perhaps Father’s day comes with painful memories for you or your children. I pray that Psalm 68:5 comforts you today and everyday. 🌷❤ Would you like to become a member of God’s family? Please say the […]

Father’s Day Reflections

I am thankful to God for my late grandfather. My grandfather gave me two life-changing gifts- exposure to Christianity and value for education. As his first grandchild, he called me his “special child”. He carried me, cared for me, and prayed for me. I am his glory. Children’s children are the crown of old men; and the […]

Blessed Father’s Day

My prayer for all fathers: May you live long to enjoy the fruits of your labor. May you be celebrated in heaven and on earth. May your life reveal the love and comfort of God to every child in your sphere of influence. May the good Lord bless you and give you wisdom to make […]

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