Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.11.19

Hello Breaking Bread Family!

Let me start by wishing my maternal grandfather, Elisberry, a very happy birthday. He transitioned from this life in 1995 but there’s not a day that goes by when his presence and love is not felt and cherished. I love and miss you Poppa!

Today is also the 18th anniversary of the gruesome attack on the United States, by forces not fully known to the public. My prayers go out to everyone directly and indirectly impacted by this painful experience. May wrongs be righted and in that may justice bring closure to those whose loved ones passed away on that day or days after. I send loving prayers to them and to all of you.

Below is today’s Breaking Bread message. If you like it, if it speaks to you, please comment below and feel free to share with others. Thanking you in advance!


Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.11.19


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


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.

Many 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 we knew fully, would our obsession not into an even greater God complex?

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 (in the most toxic ways), and instead focused on serving Him. Where would our world be? Can you imagine the possibilities?


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. Thank You for loving me always. You are the great I Am, and to You I give all of the glory. Amen.



Copyright 2012-2019. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman.

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