The Holy scriptures let’s us
know that it's possible to not have a fearful or troubled heart amid
terrifying events in all the earth. The Word declares this, "peace I leave with you, my peace I give to
you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your
heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” --The Gospel of St. John 14:27 Therefore, all ye saints of our Lord put your hope in God!
2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing.
3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and tho...
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surreal times we must keep
our eyes on things pertaining
to the spirit.
Lord is Coming Soon!
We meet her in verse
14 of Acts 16, And a certain woman named
Lydia, a seller of purpose, of the city of Thyatira,…
It’s interesting that the bible records Lydia personally by
name verses introducing her as just a woman. Lydia
heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ out of the mouth of Paul the Apostle and the
Bible says that “God opened her heart to “hear and
receive” the gospel Paul preached. She
believed and she was baptized, along with her household afterward.
Lydia was a busin...
Blog 12 is the final blog by Sister Felicia. The ministry would like to publicly thank Sister Felicia for serving as a faithful blog contributor on the ministry's behalf. Recently she has begun her own personal testimonial blog channel called "Happiness in the Truth" at https://happinessinthetruth.art.blog/category/christian-living-blog/
a new year today! God is good. I have so much to be thankful for.
God has brought me thr...
Posted by Linda L. Johnson.
December 31, 2018
circumstances in our lives are not always just mere common occurrences but
rather divine set-ups and many times they unfortunately go unrecognized.
Beloved, it’s a most pitiful pathetic state when we don't recognize the answer
to our prayers we have travailed and fasted about, when we don't recognize our
blessings, and when divine appointments go unrecognized.
The book of Samuel
sites a clear situation in the case of Saul who had no idea he would be chose...
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The Ministry of Linda L. Johnson
It’s been a
while before I’ve had a chance to blog.
God has blessed. I now am a
homeowner, he’s blessed my son with a reliable vehicle and the opportunity to
go to a private school. Lastly, this
past week I interviewed for a big promotion with my current employer. Needless to say, life has been busy!
With all the
things God has added unto me, I ...
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Linda L. JohnsonEmail: email@example.com Blog #10
I’ve been on many road trips over the past several years. I’ve traveled from Minnesota to Wisconsin,
Iowa, Illinois, Kansas and Texas to name a few.
On the trips that are the within about 8 hours by car, I normally choose
to drive to save money. I don’t really
mind driving, but learned that the first hour or two into the drive, I become