I asked the Lord to let me see His Spirit and Love today I perched on a wall to watch what would come my way. Excited smiles and happy squeals. Of little girl dressed in her prettiest dress and “high” heels. Greetings with giggles, hugs of children on tiptoes. Infant daughters banded with giant pink... Continue Reading →
During meditation this morning, I could hear the Lord whisper the word "Constant." I am a math teacher and the word constant refers to terms in an equation. So, my math teacher mind thought of this equation. Walking with the Lord = Daily Provision + His unfailing love Some of you will get it, but... Continue Reading →
February is the month we set aside to pay tribute to African Americans who have influenced our culture. This past Sunday at church, our musician played Lift Every Voice and Sing written by James Weldon Johnson. I grew up listening to that song as the Negro National Anthem. It was played at the end of... Continue Reading →
It's one thing to dream a dream It's another to dream it out loud To voice what you hope To stand out in the crowd. To tell the truth And expose what's wrong To declare what's right With more than just a song. To wave a dream like a banner Rallying your fellow man To... Continue Reading →
Love today is yours To give away. You have the power in your hands To fill the atmosphere With love that is so dear. A laugh, a smile, a hug Filled with love has power To change the world. Give it away..... Let it flow where ever you go And watch the transformation See the... Continue Reading →
I watched you rise today. I waited in our place. I waited with anticipation To hear your voice to see your face. My hands were full with a gift of Love. It was so big I had to let it go. And just as I released it You lifted your eyes to watch it glow.... Continue Reading →
This morning as I was meditating and preparing for a prayer meeting, Holy Spirit lead me to look up Trenton, New Jersey. At first I was confused, but I obeyed and found an article written in the Trentonian (January 2016) featuring the thoughts of a known gangster, Earlie Harrell. Harrell is known for his association with a... Continue Reading →
Is your device the first thing you pick up in the morning and the last thing you use at night?