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Truth in Loss

Just learned last night that a friend of ours lost her young husband… I can’t help but cry and feel heartbroken for her and her family… I want to share something… Last year, there was a period when I felt completely surrounded by loss and bad news, not just in my life but in those […]

Father Please Let Him – Video Testimony of a 16 Year Old while Her Dad Fought to Live in ICU

It still seems surreal – the strength that Jesus bestowed upon our daughter in a moment that was undoubtedly, the hardest she had ever faced.  MaeKenna’s dad, Josh was fighting for his life in ICU after suffering a traumatic brain stroke that led to two emergency brain surgeries downtown Houston.  As his prognosis and chances […]

Worry and Fear – Take Captive Your Thoughts

My mind is like a system that never shuts off – working to process thoughts of worry.  As one item is handled, another one surfaces in the never-ending list of objectives to be resolved.  Through computers, text messaging and social media I’m bombarded with information of what I don’t have, what I can’t achieve, what […]

Father Please Remove This Fog

Dear God, You know me better than I know myself.  You know I’m not good at asking for things for me.  I’m uncomfortable and feel like I’m in a fog on most days.  Your word says that you don’t give us a spirit of fear, but of power and love and a sound mind.  Heavenly […]

Saul struck down by God

Saul (later named the apostle Paul), was suddenly and abruptly blinded by the Lord – and when his sight was taken away from him, he also did not eat or drink. What a mighty turning point, an immediate awakening by the hand of God upon this young, rich man’s life to say “nope, you’re mine […]

Who are you – That little girl’s dreams

Who are you? when i was a little girl, this world was so full of wonder. I remember chasing butterflies, picking pears from the fruit trees, laying in the grass on my Granny’s front lawn staring at the clouds. I felt so small yet so important – purposed for something so much greater than my […]