Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.29.12

Hi family!
Today’s special Saturday message is brought to you by Joel and Victoria Osteen, as shared by my friend Juanita yesterday. Enjoy the scripture, prayer, reflection, and your weekend!

Love Natasha

“Right Companions”

“A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.”
(Proverbs 18:24, NIV)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
Your destiny is too big to accomplish on your own. That’s why it’s so important to be connected to the right people. We have to understand that God has already arranged for certain people to speak faith into you. He has already placed people in your path that will inspire you, challenge you, and help you accomplish your dreams. The reason some people never reach their highest potential is because they never get away from the wrong people.

Recognize today that not everyone can go where God is taking you. You’ve got to connect with people who understand your destiny and can call forth your seeds of greatness. You don’t have time to spend on people who are always pushing you down, telling you what you can’t do, or never giving you their approval no matter how hard you try. Friend, life is too short to drag people along. If you will get the wrong people out of your life, then God will bring in the right people so you can fulfill the destiny He has in store for you.

Father in heaven, thank You for placing the right people in my life. Help me to discern the right connections You have for me. Give me strength to release the wrong relationships so I have room in my life for the people You have chosen to connect with me in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Copyright 2012. Joel & Victoria Osteen.
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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.28.12

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. In him was life; and the life was the light of men. And the light shineth in darkness; and the darkness comprehended it not.

John 1:1-5 KJV

Father I believe in only You as my source. I believe You are God and are the God who created the heavens, planets, and life for all. You are Mind, Truth, Love, Spirit, Soul, Light, Goodness, and Greatness. You are Alpha and Omega. You are all-in-all. I pray to You. I worship You. I believe in You. I have faith that no matter what You will always be here for me, even when I have doubt in my capabilities, and even when I disappoint You.

I thank You Father for all I am and for all I have. I thank You for the abundance of blessings received, and for those that You have cast out for me to receive. I thank You for the challenges that have made me stronger, wiser, braver, more patient, more understanding, more forgiving, more flexible, and better prepared for tomorrow. I work each day to not take life and these gifts for granted. I try to make right my wrongs, take care of my debts and forgive my debtors and those who have harmed me. Keep filling me Lord so that I have more to share with others. I pray this to You today with joy, hope, humility, and love in my heart. Amen.

I want to thank my aunt Princess for sharing this scripture on September 12th. I said that I would share it in a daily message, and today is the day. What a great day it is!

So reflecting on today’s message and prayer, let’s think of this…If we tell ourselves and others that we believe in and pray to only one God, the God of Moses, David, Daniel, and Jesus—then why do we not equip ourselves with His Word so that we can overcome challenges, temptation, fear, negativity, and evil? Why do we not study God’s Word as we would a book we read for leisure, school, or work? Why are we more inclined to read and recite a self-improvement or self-empowerment book that may highlight aspects of the Bible, yet we won’t go to the source that the author is citing?

But even then, we must do more.

There are tons of people out there that can recite line by line, verse by verse, certain passages and chapters in the Bible—yet they aren’t living their lives according to God’s law. They aren’t following the command that Jesus said was most important, which was loving our neighbors AND enemies as we love ourselves. Even if you struggle with Old Testament thinking, and argue that even New Testament ways are outdated (and difficult to apply to modern times) how can you dispute the basic principles of the Ten Commandments, and Jesus’s famous and comprehensive commandment?

I struggle with adhering to a few of God’s commandments because sometimes I don’t tell the whole truth out of fear of hurting someone’s feelings, so I try to creatively express myself in a way that would impact the person less. Yet, I’m not telling them the truth—not really. So I’m working on telling the truth lovingly while finding a way to do so without severely hurting people, because I don’t want to lie to them or hurt them. God didn’t say, “okay, little white lies are acceptable”.

I also struggle with and am praying on my ability to consistently alter my language, making sure that nothing profane or negative comes from my mouth. This too is a constant work in progress, because there are times when things slip out of my mouth or are seasoned with negativity, and I have to stop and ask God to forgive me. I then feel a heaviness on my heart. I don’t like that feeling, so I’m working on getting ‘me’ right.

We have to constantly fight the darkness that tries to creep in, slip in, and dive in to our lives. We need to train ourselves to see it and stop it before it can enter our space. If not we will always wander around in a little ‘funk’ with added weight on our backs, necks, and shoulders that only holds us down.

Have an amazing day and weekend family. I love you!

Love always,


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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.27.12

Before him all the nations are as nothing; they are regarded by him as worthless and less than nothing. With whom, then, will you compare God?
To what image will you liken him?

Isaiah 40:17, 18 NIV

Father I say a prayer today for those of Your children that are in pain and are looking for someone to blame. I pray for those who claim to love, believe, and have faith in You, yet place their focus on other forces beside You. I pray that You fill them until they are more than satisfied, and feel whole and complete.

Touch my heart so that I can have patience and am not shaken or disturbed by what I see, hear, or experience. Give me the words to comfort, enlighten, and educate. Loving you always. Amen.

Today I met a woman who is so hurt that she is more focused on placing blame and taking down others, than healing. She refers to God and in the same breath is focused on satan and those she believes worship it. She refers to God but then says the “illuminati” is so powerful that they can destroy our world. How can anyone or anything be more powerful than God? If you believe that God is all-in-all then you never consider another force being more powerful than Him. You know the truth, when the Truth is in you.

How in one breath can a person glorify God and then dismiss Him in their fear and delusions?

In her mind, the judges of our court system, and most celebrities are members of the illuminati, and in turn worship satan. She believes that these people have sold their soul to the devil and are being used to change the world, inject evil, and raise up satan. She says that the radio and television are portals for evil, yet she freely surfs the Internet (to prove her point). Yes, contradictory and flawed, but this is how she thinks.

Now don’t jump to conclusions and assume that this woman is walking around looking crazed and deranged. She runs a nonprofit and a for-profit organization. She looks and acts as “normal” as you and I, until of course she goes off on her tangent. Then the look in her eye changes, and her behavior shifts. She is obsessed with evil. She is obsessed with finding it.

See she was badly hurt when she lost her home due to foreclosure and predatory lenders, so she has invested a great part of her life educating and helping others so they do not become “victims”. But one thing I realized is that her fixation on the “evil” that she sees in the world has made her an active participant in negativity. She sees every person of authority as part of some greater conspiracy. Her pain and anger spews out of her as darkness, and it suffocates those who engage in a conversation with her.

I prayed during and after my lengthy conversation with her. I pray for her now. I pray for her healing and that she releases the negativity from her life, and begins to truly live. I pray that we all embrace our walk in life and that we focus on reflecting God’s love and not focusing on how much darkness is out there. God said this is His battle, not ours. We’re supposed to be focused on spreading love and light.

I love you all!


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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.26.12

Oh, how I love your law!
I meditate on it all day long.

Psalm 119:97 NIV

Work on me Lord. You know my heart and You know I am trying. I want to do right. I want to live right. I want to think and speak as You would have me. In Your name I pray. Amen.

What if we truly did study, practice, and live according to God’s laws and plan, and with the intensity and intentionality as the Bible passage shared today?

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.24.12

Note: Today’s message was shared by my dear friend Kenya. It came right on time– as God’s messages, Love, and blessings always do! Take it in, reflect, enjoy, and share with others. Have a blessed day and be a blessing to others. Now join me for today’s scripture, prayer, and reflection:

Even if my mother or father forsake me, God will adopt me as his own.

Psalm 27:10

Dear God. Thank You for breaking all the strong holds that try to hold me down. Thank You for making me an asset and not a liability. Thank You for being a forgiving God, a Faithful God, a merciful God, a tear-catching God, a new chapter of life God.

Today, delete all [of] the negative voices in your life to make room for God’s voice.

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.20.12

Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Romans 12:2 NIV

Lord I want to thank You for waking me today. I know that it is only because of You that I’m here today and saying this prayer. Father as Your servant I want to do my best to please You. I want to do my part to help build Your Kingdom, and to make this world a better place one person at a time. While I work to help others I’m working on myself, and with the loving molding that You are providing, I am seeing positive changes. Thank You Father.

I want to transform my mind and heart to align with You, and I want my transgressions blotted out, and the enemy so far behind me that it can’t catch up no matter what. I want to evolve beyond this fog-covered level where my emotional roller coaster takes me. I want to push through my fears, doubts, and insecurities. I want to see past the obstacles in the road. I want to focus on and be centered in You. Mold me Father.

As long as we are focused on things of the world and not on God, we limit our experience and role here on Earth. There’s nothing wrong with dreaming about financial wealth, buying a house or car, or even traveling around the world. Those dreams are made possible because of God, and there is nothing wrong with turning dreams into reality. He doesn’t want His children to be poor on any level.

However, our fixation on material possessions can leave us spiritually bankrupt. Our fear of sharing our testimony of God’s healing and other blessings in our lives, will leave us in a topsy turvy state as ‘conditional believers’.

Throughout the Bible we are told to not only acknowledge and worship God, but to declare to others how good He’s been to us. Our silence doesn’t help to build His Kingdom. Our silence doesn’t help heal ourselves and others. Our silence doesn’t help get us where we need to be. We don’t need to stand on crates slapping a Bible and yelling on the street corner. We don’t even need to go door-to-door.

We can share our testimony easily in casual conversation, or when someone is in need of gentle reassurance that nothing is impossible for God. Many of you have co-workers, workout buddies, carpool pals, a brunch crew, book club, or you’re a member of some organization. There are hundreds of places and thousands of opportunities to share what God’s done for you.

Even saying, “God is good” creates a ripple effect that can lead to a further discussion on how He’s been good to you.

Try it.

Just like you would be surprised as to how many people don’t vote, or who vote for a certain political party, you may be pleasantly surprised as to how many believers and followers surround you, and you will see how many people were helped by your testimony. See what happens and then share your experience here on this blog. Just come back to this message (or go to the first one you see) and click on the option to leave a ‘comment’. Then share. I look forward to reading about your experiences.

Love your sister in Christ,


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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.19.12

Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor: If either of them falls down, one can help the other up.
But pity anyone who falls
and has no one to help them up.

Also, if two lie down together, they will keep warm.
But how can one keep warm alone? Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves.

A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 NIV

Father-Mother, thank You for everything. Thank You for my blessings–those seen and embraced, and those I have yet to see or acknowledge.

I want to thank You for opening my eyes to the reality that everything that comes to me through Your Light is a blessing, and I am to embrace it humbly; and I’m never to allow my pride to get in the way.

Thank You for the people that You have placed in my life, they are a blessing. Thank You for my family and loved ones, who are there for me each day. I am so grateful.

Thank You for opening doors and windows, and nooks and crannies, of opportunities for me. I never want to disappoint You. I love You. Amen.

First I want to thank my friend Juanita Bryan who shared the first two verses of today’s Scripture. They touched me deeply and so I decided to share those and more with all of you today.

I am so blessed, and yet at the same time I have to admit that there are some moments when I’m blinded by the world and that nagging voice of the enemy.

There are times when I may be overwhelmed by things that I think are so huge, but they are actually very minuscule in God’s eyes.

So I’m learning how to stop focusing on those things I have absolutely no power over and instead use that time and energy to be grateful for the blessings that God is giving me.

I am grateful for the love of my life, and all the love, support, and energy he brings to our relationship. I thank God each day for putting us together. I am very grateful for my immediate and extended family, and my truest of friends. They know and give love.

I know that I am not alone spiritually, physically, or on any level. God has set up my life and all I have to do is stay on my path, and follow Jesus’s lead.

I want every day to count, and not be wasted. I pray the same for each and every one of you. God bless you all.



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.18.12

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the Lord.

“As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts…”

Isaiah 55:8, 9 NIV

Father I thank You for my blessings, and for those physical senses that allow me to take in Your land beyond comprehension and measurement, as You see fit. Thank You for my brain and mind, and for my heart.

I know that I have failed to purge myself from sinful ways and free my mind so that I can be better connected to Yours. I know there are times when I can be more loving, giving, considerate, tolerable, patient– and less cynical and flippant. I know better Father. I want to do better and be better. Help me Lord.

Although our minds and hearts are connected to God, we will never truly know, understand, and feel what He does. We could however find more peace and tranquility in our lives if we stopped acting like two-legged donkeys with blinders on—stepping, kicking, and falling on our blessings.

We could stop, breathe, and think before we speak, so that we make sure that only our best thoughts are being conveyed.

We could think before keeping harmful secrets, reminding ourselves that we don’t like secrets kept from us. We could think of how devastated we would be if the person we love betrayed us, and maybe that would be motivation enough to not betray them. We could stop and think before negatively calling someone out of their name, thinking of how it would make us feel if someone did it to us.

We could think of what we could do with $1 and give it freely to the person asking for it, rather than contemplate how they will spend it. It is not our place to judge, it is God’s place. Leave that task to Him. Bless and be blessed.

Yesterday I gave a woman $5 although I had $2 or $3 I could have given her. I thought for less than 5 seconds whether to give her the smaller amount, and then shook it off and handed her the $5. She said, “God bless you” and I said the same to her. As I drove away the enemy tried to make me think of how she was going to use that money and how much she had probably already collected. I told the enemy to shut up and get back. It did.

What if we really started walking like Jesus? How would our world be?



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.17.12

Do not be overrighteous,
neither be overwise—
why destroy yourself?

Ecclesiastes 7:16 NIV

Father I pray for humility. For the presence of mind to always place You first. I know this is not about me and always about You. Free me from my clutter and help me to get out of my way.

If we don’t see our true place in life, and understand that God is the beginning, center, and the end of our lives—then we are doing all of this for nothing.



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.14.12

“Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. “Truly I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them. Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours. And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins.”

Mark 11:22-25 NIV

Father I know I sometimes speak “big talk” and then let fear grab ahold of me. I don’t want to be fearful. I want to see past obstacles and understand the lie of fear, so that I’m never phased by it. I want to walk with Your peace in my heart and life. I’m here Father.

What’s the worst possible thing that could happen if we started believing, embracing and having total faith in God?

What’s the worst possible thing that could happen if we let go and let God?

What’s the worst possible thing that could happen if we stared fear down to the nothingness it is?

Wanna give it a try?



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.13.12

Today’s message is a one-two blessing. The original work is by Joel Osteen, and it was shared by my friend Juanita Bryan, who is oftentimes touched by God’s loving light to add her wisdom to these messages. Isn’t God amazing? I normally don’t make it a habit of repeating scriptures in this blog. But this is one of my favorites and I love the prayer and reflection that came with today’s Word. Enjoy today’s scripture, prayer and reflection:

Characteristics of Love

“Now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
1 Corinthians 13:13, NIV

Spiritual maturity isn’t measured by how long you’ve been a Christian, how much you know, or how often you go to church. Spiritual maturity is measured by the way you treat other people. It’s measured by the love you allow to operate through you.

First Corinthians 13 tells us about the characteristics of love. One characteristic is that it is not rude. That means, when we are walking in love, we treat other people with courtesy and respect.

Are you courteous to other people? Are you kind to the person at the checkout counter that may be moving too slowly for you? Are you gentle when you are driving down the highway and someone cuts you off? Are you patient with your family and coworkers? These are all ways we show love.

Scripture also tells us that love is patient. It is kind. It does not envy; it is not proud. It is not rude. Love is not easily angered, and it keeps no record of wrongs. Love never fails.

Notice that these characteristics don’t have anything to do with feelings. That’s because love is a choice. You can choose to walk in love toward people even when you don’t feel like it.

Today, make the choice to do what is right. Choose today to show kindness and be courteous to others. Look for ways to cultivate the greatest thing in your life — love! As you do, you’ll move forward into the life of blessing God has in store for you!

Heavenly Father, thank You for loving me so that I can show love to others. Teach me to be patient and kind and treat others the way You always treat me in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Copyright 2012. Joel Osteen.

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.12.12

But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do; for it is written: “Be holy, because I am holy.”

1 Peter 1:15, 16 NIV

God I pray to You as Your grateful and humble servant. You know all of me because You created me. So You know those moments when I am anything but holy in Your sight. I ask for forgiveness for those times. I ask for forgiveness when I was weak and blinded, and chose to follow the world or the enemy, but not You. Mold out of me the old version of who I claimed to be, and mold into me the very person You want me to be.

I know I don’t need to do what the ‘crowd’ does to be accepted. I just need to do what You say, and follow the lead of Your beloved son, Jesus. I pray that those who fight and kill in Your name would remember Your commands and Your Word, and cease the ugliness. In Your name I pray. Amen.

Let me first start off by apologizing for not publishing a daily scripture yesterday. I thought that I had, but I didn’t. Had I, I would have shared a prayer for all of us impacted by the devastating events that took place on September 11th in 2001, and what about the the plane crash the day earlier that was said to be unrelated—does no one pay homage to those who died, and to their loved ones left behind to mourn? Well yesterday I would have.

Had I slowed down and made sure that I posted yesterday, I would have wished my grandfather E.L. Stephens a happy birthday. He would have been 88 years young yesterday. He passed away in 1995, the day before Thanksgiving. A great man he was and is. He taught me numerous things, and I’m grateful that I can recall most of it. So let me just say, Happy Birthday Poppa!

Now let’s reflect on today’s message. I pray for those people who do evil in God’s name, for He is holy and expects us to also be holy. He is Love and that is a Love of all, and we are to reflect that Love. Jesus said that we’re to love every man, woman, and child no matter what. We are to love our enemies. Yet sadly, it is rare to find a person who does not believe in any violence, retaliation, or negative recourse on some level.

Some people claim to be nonviolent yet show violent tendencies, watch violent movies and play violent video games. They claim they wouldn’t seek revenge, yet accept in their minds a punishment of death or life imprisonment for a person who harmed them or a loved one. You have people who claim they wouldn’t take part in negative recourse towards another, yet let’s look in most work places and then draw a conclusion. Be honest and then make a decision where and how you want to be.

We have to work each day to become better in our walk, talk, and thinking. We have to weed out negative people and sources around us, and weed out our own negative thinking. We have to stop reacting. We need to stop over-thinking and over-analyzing, and start turning to God. I pray a great deal in my personal walk about my need to overcome these weaknesses.

Do you remember September 11, 2001?

Now remember when you woke up on September 12th—-did you ask yourself, “was it all a bad nightmare?” just to turn on the news or look at the newspaper and be rocked all over again by the horrific acts done in the name of God, with the goal of inflicting retaliatory pain and devastation? I did. Then I prayed. I continue to pray for the minority of religious zealots (in all denominations) who think they are doing God’s work. I pray for all militaries and governments who try to balance God in their daily walk. If God came first, truly, our world would be a better place.

Let’s never stop praying, believing, and knowing.

Love always,


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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.10.12

I look but there is no one—
no one among the gods to give counsel, no one to give answer when I ask them. See, they are all false!

Their deeds amount to nothing;
their images are but wind and confusion.

Isaiah 41:28, 29 NIV

I believe in and pray to only one God, and that is You Father. The idols, images, and stories of others, are merely false testimony of unreal forces. Because I know that You are the Power, the Truth, and the Source. I am not moveable in my beliefs and conviction. You are God. You are but One. You are my God. I am Your creation. You made no mistakes. I love You Father. Amen.

God has proven Himself. Each day He allows us to rise from our sleep. Each day He makes it possible for our minds to process information. Because of Him we exist.

We are not a creation of self manipulation, or the environment. We are not a product of some cosmic explosion, or an evolution from a lower being. Why is it hard to believe that God created us and His other animals and creatures to share a common thread found first in Him?

Some scientists say we evolved from the sea as microorganisms, then into fish, and eventually we made our way on land to become humans. Some say we evolved from chimpanzees. All of these theories are researched extensively, all because there are similarities between humans and fish, and humans and chimps. That’s crazy!

Then why not say we evolved from dogs? I’ve met more dogs that have mental, emotional, and other characteristics that remind me of humans, even with limited contact with humans.

Scientists would be out of a job if they admittedly said, “God made us human and as no other being or creature. And He purposely gave each of His creations similar characteristics so that we would all relate on some level with each other.”

Instead Science spends millions and billions of dollars to try and disprove there is a God, that He is all-powerful, that there is a reason for everything He has done and will do, and that we will never know the how and why because He does not intend for us to know.

If only all scientists spent their time really trying to find ways to help the least of God’s children. If they stopped trying to be God, and instead focused on serving Him. Where would our world be? Can you imagine the possibilities?

Happy Monday family!!



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.7.12

“Woe to the obstinate children,”
declares the Lord,
“to those who carry out plans that are not mine, forming an alliance, but not by my Spirit, heaping sin upon sin;…”

Isaiah 30:1 NIV

Father I pray for forgiveness for each moment I disobey You, make my own decisions, and reflect anything but Your greatness. I want to please You Lord. Please forgive me.

Have you ever said or done something and then you stop and say, “wow I shouldn’t have said/done that”? Now consider this—right before you said or did whatever you later regretted, God told you not to do/say it. Think back to that little voice that said, “no”.

Why did you ignore it?

Why do we think that God only does things loud and chaotically? Have we conditioned ourselves to only focus on and respond to loud noise, chaos, and drama?
Do we correlate the power and loudness of earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, and other storms with Him?

A heartbeat is not loud. Is that not God?

We feel wind every single day, yet we only hear it when enough energy is generated for our ears to hear —but is even the teensiest noise of wind still not God?

God does not need to yell to get our attention, we just need to listen. We need to block out the noise of the world, and listen to His voice.

Share your thoughts.



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.6.12

Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.

Galatians 6:10 NIV

Heavenly Father I pray for Your children, my brothers and sisters–whether they are believers or nonbelievers. I pray that both not only believe, but have total faith to follow and serve You.

I pray for all of Your children, even the ones who inflict pain, harm, and discomfort upon others. I realize that they are in pain. I pray they turn to You humbly, repent, correct their ways, and are healed.

I pray for those who would quickly discard the least of Your children just to make themselves comfortable. I pray for the elitist who have a sense of entitlement and who think that their blessings are their doing, and not Yours. I wish them no harm or ill will. I wish for their humbleness. I pray that they are healed from their ignorance and fear.

I pray that You touch the hearts of those who’ve gone cold. Warm their hearts Father. Help them to see your way.

As for me Father my prayers for myself quite simple. Help me to not give in to the darkness even when I think that I’m helping. Help me to not get sucked in to other people’s drama, insecurities, conflict, and fear.

Help me to use your message to squash the mess but not become entangled in or a product of that mess. I ask these things in Jesus’s name. I love You Father. Amen

Pray for all people not just people like you. Help all people not just people like you. Love all people not just people like you, or just people who love you.

Embrace all as Jesus embraces all. Embrace all just as our Heavenly Father-Mother embraces all.

Help those who are blind to the truth not just visually. Help those who lack hope or dignity to be restored in their truth. Do not judge or think that you are better than others. For everything that you have and everything that you are is because of God. But you can lose everything because of your pride, ego, arrogance, and lack of humility.

I have to always remind myself of something that my man (my love, my friend, my partner) tells me, “step over mess not in it”. There are times when I forget this because I’m trying to reach out to someone and help them see the truth. But sometimes it’s best to just pray for them and walk away and allow God to take over from there and do His part to change their heart, mind, and their ways.

I pray that all of you find peace within, and joy and love to see yourself as God sees you, and to love everyone as God loves you. I love you all!



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.5.12

Fools are put in many high positions, while the rich occupy the low ones. Words from the mouth of the wise are gracious, but fools are consumed by their own lips. At the beginning their words are folly; at the end they are wicked madness— and fools multiply words.

No one knows what is coming—
who can tell someone else what will happen after them? The toil of fools wearies them; they do not know the way to town.

Ecclesiastes 10:6,12-15 NIV

Father protect my mind, heart, mouth, spirit, body and soul. Keep my thoughts and words aligned with You. Silence me before I speak out of turn or negatively. Free me from impure thoughts. I pray for peace, love, strength, discernment and salvation. Amen.

Pray before you speak, respond or react.



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.4.12

Lord, you are my God;
I will exalt you and praise your name, for in perfect faithfulness
you have done wonderful things,
things planned long ago.

Isaiah 25:1 NIV

You are always here for me Father, even when I’m not dependable or faithful—You always are. There are times when I’ve given up and You have lifted me up, to say, “try again” or “do this”. You believe in me when others don’t. You believe in me when I don’t. You are my Constant, my Provider, my Protector, You are my All. I love You. I need You. Forever. Amen.

God has worked out all the details we just need to show up, be ready, and do our part. We need to stop looking for excuses to not obey, to not believe, and to not achieve. He is the reason we are all here. He is the reason we wake up each day. He is the reason you’re able to receive and read this daily message. Thank Him. Praise Him. Serve Him. Love Him.



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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.3.12

When someone tells you to consult mediums and spiritists, who whisper and mutter, should not a people inquire of their God?

Why consult the dead on behalf of the living? Consult God’s instruction and the testimony of warning.

If anyone does not speak according to this word, they have no light of dawn. Distressed and hungry, they will roam through the land; when they are famished, they will become enraged and, looking upward, will curse their king and their God.

Then they will look toward the earth and see only distress and darkness and fearful gloom, and they will be thrust into utter darkness.

Isaiah 8:19-22 NIV

Father mother God, there is no one that I need to consult with about life or the future other than You. There’s no one and nothing that I need to consult with about my future except You.

You are my source for life, health, happiness and joy. No cards, stars, boards, or any other object can outline for me your Word and expectations of me other than the Bible.

I don’t need a psychic, medium, tarot card reader, or anyone else claiming to know Your secret. Only You have the answers. For those reasons I will only come to you. In Your name I pray. Amen.

If a tarot card reader, medium, or psychic knows so much then why are they limited in their perceived gift?

I’m not saying that God has not blessed certain people to see, feel, experience certain things—what I will say though is that there are more people claiming to have this blessed gift than there are bona fide, authentic possessors of these gifts. I would also say that no one knows as much or more than God. Period.

Instead of seeking knowledge and insight from them why are you not turning to God who, if these people are blessed with these gifts, He is the gift giver. Go to the source.

Does that make sense?

Are we that shallow and limited in our ability to open up and to connect with our Father that we would rather pay money to have someone tell us things that we may already know? Are we that fearful?

He never keeps us in the dark or blind to the Truth. Ask and He will answer. Ask and He will reveal. Ask and He will give.

But it cannot be a case of you having expectations of God yet you don’t bring anything to the table. If you are a servant you will be provided all that you need. If you’re a servant then you would know this as you already have all that you need, and He has already made provisions for your future—and this you should know as well.

Think about it.

Love you all,


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