Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 1.16.18


“So justice is driven back, and righteousness stands at a distance; truth has stumbled in the streets, honesty cannot enter.”

Isaiah 59:14


Father touch the heart of each person that we might seek and demand justice for all; that we might seek and actively live righteously; that we learn to seek, speak, and reveal the truth 100 percent of the time, not just when it serves our purpose; and that honesty becomes the norm for all not just the few. Amen.


We are repeating a cycle. A lesson that even thousands of years later has not been learned. Why is it so difficult for us to be just, righteous, truthful, and honest? Why is it so difficult for us to treat others with love and respect no matter how much money they make or what their color, creed, religion, or beliefs? Why do we struggle so much to live a life based on basic principles many of us teach children when they are young and most impressionable?

Why do we preach what we don’t practice? Why are we surprised that our world is being torn and fractured at the seams, and that we have so many issues? Why can’t we see that the answer lies within us- and that the answer is God?



Note: This message was originally posted on January 10, 2011. It has been modified to align with current standards and formatting.
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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 1.9.18


When all the Israelites saw the fire come down and the Lord’s splendor over the temple, they got on their knees with their faces downward toward the pavement. They worshiped and gave thanks to the Lord, saying, “Certainly he is good; certainly his loyal love endures!”

2 Chronicles 7:3


Father I want my mind and heart to rest with You at all times. I don’t need to see large displays of Your presence, greatness, and loyalty. Everyday that I wake and open my eyes, take a breath, and get out of bed is proof enough that You are here with me, and loyal. I want to strengthen my devotion to You Father. I want to remove any and all doubt that You can’t or won’t resolve my issues, answer my prayers, or fulfill my needs.

I want to do my part so that Your work isn’t for naught. I don’t want to be like the lost children of Israel who challenged You long after their 40 years of walking in the wilderness. I want to demonstrate Your principles now Lord. I want to demonstrate Your truths today. Show me Father. Amen.


We shouldn’t be waiting for something grandiose from God for us to see, accept, and proclaim His presence and loyalty to us. Every millisecond of the day God is demonstrating His love and grace. Everyday He is balancing life as we know it. Everyday He is removing obstacles, healing us, and showing us the way. Everyday He presents us with opportunities to prove our love and loyalty to Him.

We keep asking more of Him than what we’re willing to give in return. We do this with our fellow man; how disrespectful do you think it is that the same standards and levels of treatment we give to man we toss at God as though He is our equal? We need to stop treating God as though He is one of us, and start treating Him as the omnipotent supreme Father of all, who has no limitations and doesn’t require food, drink, shelter, clothing and at least 6 hours of sleep to survive.

Love always,


Note: This message was initially posted on 1.9.11 but has been modified to align with current formatting and standards.

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 1.3.18

Today’s message was written by Joel Osteen. My friend Juanita shared it with me and with everyone focused on setting and accomplishing goals this year, this message from Joel seems most appropriate to share with you. I hope that it helps someone.



What Are Your Goals?


“I’ve got my eye on the goal, where God is beckoning us onward-to Jesus.I’m off and running, and I’m not turning back.”

(Philippians 3:13-14, MSG)


The reason it is so important for you to set and achieve goals is that you have a unique purpose that only you can fulfill. It’s kind of like building your own house – something you had better not attempt without a clear vision of your goals and a good set of blueprints, or you may wind up with some extra doors or windows and no place to put them!

God is the architect of your life. His Word is a blueprint of His hopes and plans for your life. Trust Him to help you set your goals. If you have a problem being focused and setting goals for your life, one of the best things you can do is to start writing them down, both short-term and long-term ones. It’s amazing how your life can begin to take shape when you can see on paper where you want to go.


God, thank You that You are the architect of my life. Give me the wisdom to follow Your blueprint and set goals that reflect Your desires for me. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

– Joel Osteen

Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 1.2.18


Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.
Psalm 51:10


Father I want my heart and spirit to be right by You. Clean my heart of the clutter I helped to create. Pull out the pain, hurt, anger, envy, and jealousy. Remove from me the desire to want what I don’t need simply so I can feel good for short bursts of time. Renew my spirit so that I may walk like Your son Jesus. Turn me towards Your light Father.
No more lies, games, manipulation, fear, hate, or confusion. Let me see Your greatness and let that guide me where I need to be daily. Leave what I did and what I experienced yesterday in the past. Let my yesterdays and yesteryears be my past, and let me walk with my head high in the present that I may see a glorious future. In Your name I humbly pray. Amen.


You know if you have been walking with a clean heart or one filled with negative tendencies influenced by mortal mind- the enemy. You know if you have been doing right by the Lord or more concerned with having things your way. You know if you have been negative, unloving, deceitful, misleading, manipulative, conniving, or untrustworthy. Just as you know if you have been attracting drama to your life. You either want a joy-filled life or a complicated and miserable one- which do you choose?

There is no other way to bliss than through God.

There is no other solution than to surrender.

Get your spirit and heart right by seeking out God. Ask for a renewed life. Look deep inside and ask yourself if this is the way you want to live your life forever, or do you want better? Do you believe that God can provide your needs? Do you believe He can change your thinking and how you feel? Do you think He can heal you from your pain? Then ask and it shall be given.


Note: This message was originally posted on January 2, 2011. It has been modified to align with current standards and formatting.
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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 1.1.18

Happy New Year!

Wow the year zoomed by didn’t it?

I decided to start this year’s Breaking Bread as I ended 2017–reflecting on older posts and looking at the relevance of topics, issues, fears, concerns, and needs–and their applicability today.

Maybe it’s because I’m hardheaded and some of you are hardheaded and so we bump our heads more than others, which means that our lessons are more painful to learn. The lessons keep repeating until we finally get it, and then we’re given a new lesson. I’ve learned quite a few lessons this year–some were extremely painful, but I know they are worth it.

What lessons did you learn this year?

One thing that many of us struggle with is carrying old “baggage” into a new year, into new chapters in our lives, into new relationships, and we don’t realize how toxic the environment becomes when we do this. We must free ourselves of the bad habits and influences that keep us from walking our authentic truth as God intends.

Take a journey with me–back to January 1, 2011. Yes, I’m sharing my New Years message from 2011. It’s been tweaked slightly to align with my current formatting, but the message is the same.

Mentally change the years mentioned and speak them in the present, and then pause and assess yourself and your life. Make note of the specific issues and fears you have been carrying around with you year after year. Are you lugging around junk from 2011 or even farther back in time?

Aren’t you ready to drop that luggage off and lighten your load so that you can finally be free? Let’s be free in 2018.


Lamentations 5:21


Father it is a new year and with this comes a time of renewal and restoration. Father let me see what I need to see and let me experience all that I’m supposed to so I can be right with You. If that means removing certain people from my life who are not good to me and for me- please do so. If that means changing my circumstances, then I embrace this change.

I do not want to be in the same place I was in during 2010 in this new year of 2011 2018 Lord, so whatever needs to be done I put my faith in You to handle it swiftly and appropriately. I want a life that is joyful, righteous, and as You planned. I honor Your holy name Father. Amen.


Whatever you were doing in 2010 that wasn’t part of God’s plan for you, wasn’t Christlike, wasn’t advancing God’s Kingdom- stop- and don’t consider bringing it into 2011 {which is now 2018}. If you are involved with someone that you know you’re not supposed to be with, or that you know in your heart you have questions about their place in your life and if it’s appropriate, or if they are adding value or not- end it now.

If you are leading an unethical life, change your thinking and your ways. If you aren’t being honest to yourself and others- start right now. If you aren’t giving your all in your walk with God, in a relationship, at work, in school, at church, or in any other aspect of your life- start doing it now. Do not enter the new year with old garbage and baggage. Surrender and leave the lies, deceit, mediocrity, laziness, vanity, arrogance, self-centeredness, fear, hate, pride, guilt, and shame behind you at last year’s curb.

Stop holding on to things because they seem easy, comfortable, a no-brainer, or because you fear change. Move forward in your life. Walk towards our heavenly Father and away from sin. Declare 2011 2018 a drama-free year and make the effort each day to live as Jesus would expect of you- and not as the enemy wishes for you. Lean toward restoration not instant gratification.

Love you all and Happy New Year!


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