Behind the Curtain, Behind the Veil

“He commands His blessings concerning the righteous.” Deuteronomy 28:8 If you’ve ever gone through a period of grief or been near to someone who has, then you know the saying, “Don’t worry, God will make good of it all in some way. He makes everything perfect.” It seems it’s the go-to line for most Christians.

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Hebrew Year 5781 (2021): A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Silence | What to Expect Part 1

To this very day, everything I do, everything I’ve done speaks of him. It was in the silence that I heard your voice. “Silence” If we could sum up the prophetic meaning of this next Hebrew year in just one movie it’s this one. The 2016 film “Silence” directed by Martin Scorsese, based on a

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The other side of the Pendulum – surviving COVID, miscarriage, and the secret to a full life!

If you know anything about my story, then you may recall that I refer to my decision point as The Pendulum Promise. In my hour of most desperate need, when all hope of joy seemed lost, I trusted Jesus to give me strength for the journey. And it’s been a journey! For the first time

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Relic Tour Memoirs: 12 days, the holiest places in the US Northeast and Midwest, an 8 yo, a 7 yo, a pregnant lady and her saintly mother “Nanny”, 3,700 miles of Grace

Day 1: Cathedral Basilica of St.Augustine December 27, 2019  · Saint Augustine, FL  Thoughts from Day 1 of our #RelicTour was majestic with a little impartation from the “Doctor of Grace” himself #StAugustineofHippo. Hoping to feel the encouragement as I follow in his footsteps of prolific writings of faith #CityofGod#Confessions. Teaching the kiddos about the tools

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Head of the Year | Hebrew Year 5782-5786: A 5- Year Prophetic Outlook (2022-2026) Are these the End Times?

What to expect of Hebrew Year 5782 its prophetic meaning

Hypercriticism, a cry for healing. Why being an ass is the best cure.

Critical thinking skills used to be a basic building block of education. Students were taught to analyze facts in order to form a sound judgement. I recall my teachers would orchestrate hypothetical examples in order to exercise us in this skill. I thrived at critical thinking drills. It was probably what shaped my interest in

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