Breaking Bread for 2.27.20


To fear the Lord is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech.

Proverbs 8:13


You have choices in life. You can choose to:

  • do right or wrong
  • lie or tell the truth
  • cheat on your significant other or be faithful for as long as you remain together
  • be abusive or be loving
  • be controlling or supportive
  • pursue a person who is in a relationship or find someone who is single and available
  • curse at someone or choose other words to express your disappointment or anger
  • lash out in anger or walk away in love
  • be prideful and suffer, or open and receptive
  • steal things or earn what we want
  • gossip or refrain from such chatter
  • be arrogant or give glory to God for all that we have.

We all have a choice.

Making Clear Perverted Speech

Over time people have only thought of perversion to mean something sexual. In the time period and context of the Bible and specifically of this book known as Proverbs, the Aramaic and Hebrew word that was translated by Greeks and later Romans to be the words duplicitous or perverted, meant to be deceitful, corrupted, or distorted from its original state. Such as, “You perverted the truth“. So when you speak with perversion you are being deceitful or distorting truth.

When you read Proverbs 8:13 in the Complete Jewish Bible (CJB), the word they use is duplicitous. In NIV and AMP they use the word perverted. In the CEB the word they used was corrupt. And in the King James Version (KJV) the word is froward—which means contrary or difficult to deal with.

We have lazily rested our minds and speech solely on the commonly referenced definition of being a pervert, which means being sexually abnormal. And because of this we have perverted the intended meaning in the Bible, and made the choice to judge and abuse countless people in our desire to play God, by thinking that we know what He thinks and believes about every single sexual act, as well as every act that could be perceived as sexual in nature. We do this with all things in which we form opinions.

Which interestingly enough is pure arrogance—another sin. We sin while judging and punishing others for sinning. The irony.

This leads me to the sin of pride.

Pride is a Beast

We choose to be prideful and withhold requests for help from others. Our pride blocks our blessings. We know that we’re afraid, in pain, drowing in debt, can’t figure out our next steps—yet, our pride holds us back from reaching out to others and asking for help, guidance, relief, or a listening ear.

Our pride tells us that we can figure it out ourself, do it on our own, or any other number of foolish rationalizations that keep us from getting the help we desperately need.

Pride keeps us from seeing the people and opportunities that God has placed before us. Pride mutes our prayers, because pride makes it all about us, when we need to be all about God. Pride will even delay us from asking God for help, or when we do, we only ration to Him what we think we need help with. There is nothing that we don’t need His help with.

Sadly, we’re too ignorant to remember that He already knows our problems, fears, issues, etc. He’s just waiting for us to come to Him and ask for help. He’s waiting on us to come to Him to ask to walk in partnership with Him. He’s waiting for us to surrender and let go, acknowledging that which we have no control over. You have to be willing to be transparent and vulnerable with yourself and with God. He already knows all. He wants you to be open and willing. He wants you to choose Him and a relationship with Him.

No Person or Spirit Forces You

No one and nothing is forcing us to make a decision in life. Good or bad, right or wrong. It’s a choice.

We choose the words and actions that we engage in each day. We entertain the thoughts that later become things. We entertain thoughts that turn into our speech. You can’t get away with the excuse, “the devil made me do it” because although you are always under constant attack by “it”, the decisions you make are solely yours, as are the repercussions.

So what choices will you make today? What will you relinquish so that you can have a better relationship with God?


Father, thank You for this day; another day to express my gratitude and joy. Father, I want to be more like Jesus. I want to be the essence of what I was at birth, before human interference. I want to walk with the sense of dignity that comes from doing right, living right, speaking and acting in love, and placing You as my first priority—each and every day.

I rebuke evil, pride, arrogance, infidelity, and other sinful ways. When I face these things Father, warm my heart but turn my body away—that I may lovingly walk away. In Jesus’ name I pray to You. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.26.20


to open their eyes and turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, so that they may receive forgiveness of sins and a place among those who are sanctified by faith in me.’

Acts 26:18


Pray for discernment to always recognize God’s ways, presence, and voice in your life.

One way to tell the difference between God and the enemy, is that God never guides you to a place to be harmed. That is the work of the enemy.

Even sugar-coated, the enemy’s plan is never to benefit you. If the vision is self-consuming, self-absorbed, and truly only about you and your personal gain, and only your pleasure, then that can’t be God’s influence upon you.

Let me put things bluntly so that we’re on the same page…

Cheating on your significant other or spouse emotionally, mentally, or sexually is not of God. That is satan. Marrying for money, prestige, influence, and/or power is not of God. That is satan. Cheating on your taxes to get a larger return, or to prevent having to pay, is not of God. That is satan. Providing false testimony and bearing false witness is not of God. That is satan.

Verbally, mentally, emotionally, sexually, and/or physically abusing someone is not of God. That is satan. Knowingly living beyond your means, buying things you know you can’t afford now or years later, is not of God. That is satan. Not paying employees fair wages and providing a dignified benefits package is not of God. That is satan.

Laziness is not of God. That is satan. Whining and complaining is not of God. That is satan. Living in fear and pain is not of God. That is satan! That is the enemy working against you so that you can turn from God.

I prefer to not give the enemy a name, for to give it a name gives it a sense of purpose and power. So calling it “it” or the “enemy” rebukes any influence that it would claim to have in my life. In the examples above I used the name “satan” (lowercase) to help you connect on a more sensitive and passionate level with the intensity and desperation that “it” has to mentally sway and get you to destroy yourself (for it lacks the power to do so).

Understand that it is all mental, not physical. The attack is mental. The attack is through your thoughts. Even if something manifests physically, it began and festers mentally.

Whether thoughts of lust, anger, revenge, or fear, it is all coming to and attacking your mind. Which if not protected, can be penetrated.

No different allowing someone to hypnotize you. You leave your mind totally exposed to be manipulated. That is what “it” does. Those thoughts can turn a healthy person into a person consumed by fear of sickness, and eventually consumed by illness. You can be consumed by a fear of death, and eventually you physically die (probably much sooner than what was on the schedule).

We must fight to protect and nurture our mind so that it is always aligned with God’s Mind.

Protecting Our Mind

When we have thoughts of lust for someone not our spouse or significant other (or if you’re single—lust for someone you know you shouldn’t deal with), you must rebuke those thoughts and understand you are being attacked and tested.

When we have thoughts to curse like a crazed animal at someone, we must realize immediately that our mind is under attack, for God would never place that energy in our hearts or suggest it through our minds. The same is true when we think of physically or emotionally hurting someone—we are being attacked by a dark presence that wants to be our master. When we give in we are like the enemy’s puppets.

That initial hesitation to not do something is God touching you and reminding you that you have the power to say no to “it”, and instead walk upright with Jesus. God gives us all the choice to choose eternal life with Him or limited existence in pain with “it”. Each second of the day we must make decisions about whether to follow our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ so that we can be with God— or we can follow “it” who we know is our enemy, and in making that choice we will merely exist—and do so in misery and despair.

What choice will you make?

Sharing With Others

Have you shared your walk with others? Not just with believers, but also with non-believers and conditional believers? In case you’re wondering the difference between the two, conditional believers are those who believe when it serves their needs.

Have you shared these messages that I post with others?

Have you subscribed to this blog so that you have access to more than 11 years of messages on various topics and issues that affect us all?

Or do you pop in and out whenever the mood hits you?

Ask yourself why you don’t want the full access, and why you don’t want to open your inbox to God’s Word? Would you rather see this Breaking Bread message or an email about some juicy gossip someone just had to share with you? Would you rather invest a moment praising and praying to God, or read spam, that’s taking up good space in your inbox?

Take the first step towards committing to your personal fight against the enemy. Fill your mind and space with God’s light and push out the darkness—moment by moment, each and every day.


Father, I pray for those who are blinded by pain, fear, and rage. I pray for those who are so consumed with what’s going wrong with and in their lives that they can’t seem to appreciate all that is great and wondrous in their lives. I pray that You strengthen them that they might be strong enough to fight the grip of the enemy, so that they can begin to forgive themselves and forgive others.

Father, fill me with the strength and vision to see past trespasses against me, so that I can spend my time sharing Your loving light with those who need it most. Father, I appreciate all that You have done for me and all that You provide. I pray that Your children grow to see their cup overflowing and never empty or less than ideal. I pray for this wisdom also, even in days that appear cloudy, let me always remember that after those days the clouds always part, to allow the sun to shine brightly.

Your son Jesus shared and shares so much, he gave and sacrificed the greatest of things to prove to us the nothingness of pain, fear, sickness, disease, and death. This existence isn’t our end, but merely our beginning; we should all be striving for what’s next to come in Your Kingdom. So mold us Father so that we can be best prepared for eternal life beyond this limited existence.

Help us to become better followers, servants, stewards, and ambassadors Father. In Your name and in Jesus’ name I humbly and joyfully pray. Amen.

Make it an awesome day, for you and for others. Reflect God’s light wherever you are!

Lovingly your sister in Christ,


Copyright 2012-2020. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman.

Breaking Bread for 2.25.20


The wise in heart are called discerning, and gracious words promote instruction.

Proverbs 16:21


Pray to see, hear, feel, and know how, where and when God wants you to be somewhere—and doing something. Even if you don’t know the why. Let your faith guide you.

Those with discernment are wiser than the most notable geniuses, for that discernment connects you directly with the highest of intelligence, the Infinite Mind— God—and there is no mind, presence or power greater, fairer, more loving, or wiser than He.

Tap in, tune in, dial in, connect with Him from the start to the finish of each day. Speak with Him and listen for Him. You will begin to tell the voice of the Spirit compared to the voice of the flesh. You will learn to tell the difference between the voice that protects you and the one that tempts you.

How many times while reading this did you hear a voice that said, “stop reading” or told you that you had something else more important to do? Do you think God would redirect you from a message that is encouraging you to strengthen your relationship with Him? Do you think God would try to convince you that there is something more important than praising and praying to Him?

So then who’s voice was it?

There are countless tricks and traps waiting for you in the world. You need discernment to avoid and get out of them. You were born connected to God. The enemy just spend its time looking for an outlet to plug into you and drain your energy. It uses tricks and traps to convince you to allow it to plug into you.

It has to have your permission. Which means you either know you’re collaborating with the enemy, or you’re totally clueless— until all hell breaks loose in your internal world, and then you realize that you signed up to be hoodwinked by the enemy.

That’s why discernment and remaining in constant communication with God is important. When you’re too busy with God you don’t have time to be distracted by the enemy.

The stronger your relationship with God, the more the enemy tempts. Do you recall some of the times when the enemy tried to tempt Jesus to turn from God? Do you remember the enemy’s terror streak through Job’s life? Recall how David dishonored himself and God through his adultery, betrayal of his closest friend, Uriah, and his attempts to cover up his sins. The enemy didn’t make him do it. It just tempted him by timing perfectly the opportunity for David to see his friend’s wife, Bathsheba, bathing. David didn’t turn away. He didn’t rebuke the thoughts that came to him. No, he gave in to them. He entertained them. With that the seeds of temptation were planted. The more David gave in the more those seeds were watered and fed, until the grew roots and broke soil as a tree. David had his friend murdered so he could be with his friend’s wife. The enemy didn’t make David do it. David made those decisions.

You can’t blame the enemy for the decisions that you make. The enemy is just the dealer, you have to buy the product and use it. The dealer can’t sell what you don’t buy.

Where does your faith rest?

Just as God knows your strengths, weaknesses, wants, and needs—so does the enemy.

Knowing that your desire is to be closer and more faithful to God, you need some sound-cancelling adapters to tune out the enemy so you are only tuned in and influenced by God.

As the saying goes, “not everything that glitters is gold” and with that, not everything or everyone that looks good, is right. Some things and people are tricks and traps used by the enemy. You need discernment to tell the difference between God’s blessings and words, and the enemy’s counterfeits and lies.

You need some God goggles and headphones!


Father, I pray for discernment in all ways and in all things. I pray to always hear Your voice and be able to tell the difference between Your voice and that of the enemy’s, or any other voice. I pray to be obedient to Your voice, direction, and command.

Father, let me discern the steps to take and the decisions to make, so that I am not distracted by the superfluous. My desire is to honor, obey, and glorify You. Please lovingly correct my course when I stray.

Strengthen me so that I can push past the temptation. In Your name and Jesus’ name I pray and I praise. Amen.

Love always,


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Breaking Bread for 2.24.20


For we live by faith, not by sight.

2 Corinthians 5:7


Let’s discuss FAITH—right now. Not fear, not doubt, not anger, not confusion, not cynicism—just faith. Faith that God is protecting us and is there for us, and our loved ones, always. Faith.

Belief in something whether we have proof of its capabilities or not.

Our God of today is no different from God of the past. His love and care is the same.

Today I pray to God that He comforts those in need. I pray that He sees them and you through these challenges and heals 100% of your inflictions. I know that God is here and working always.



Father, today my faith is truly being tested. I am tested to believe that You are here, protecting, watching, healing, helping, waiting, directing, and leading me.

I am tested to believe that You are taking care of me and my needs, and those people that I love and cherish the most. Father it is not what I see that matters; that is not what faith requires—it is just knowing and believing—it is the unknowns in life that require me to believe in You, Your grace and power. I turn all over to You Father. Amen.

Loving you all,


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Breaking Bread for 2.21.20


….But God has put the body together, giving greater honor to the parts that lacked it, so that there should be no division in the body, but that its parts should have equal concern for each other. If one part suffers, every part suffers with it; if one part is honored, every part rejoices with it.

1 Corinthians 12:24-26


What you neglect to care for today may be gone or damaged tomorrow. Take the time to honor your entire body every single day. Stick out your tongue, blink your eyes, wiggle your fingers and toes, and smile.

Look in the mirror, smile, and flash those pearly whites and say, “thank You Father“. I don’t care if you only have one tooth left in your mouth, or if you’re staring at a set of dentures. Thank God for what you have.

Rotate your head in every direction and inhale. Stretch to the heavens and exhale. Stretch to the ground God made, touch your thighs, knees, ankles and feet, and smile. Stretch as you turn your waist to the east and the west, and feel your body move.

Take a brisk walk or jog; cycle, jump rope, or do yoga or pilates for at least 30 minutes, four times per week. Nourish your body with clean, whole, organic foods and drinks. Show God how grateful you are to have this incredible vessel we call a body.

Don’t dump on yourself for what you don’t have, praise what you do have. Be grateful for the present.

Show God how honored and humble you are that He gave you life. Then rejoice!


Father thank You for my body. Thank You for my working limbs and functioning organs. Thank You for my muscles and curves that support my frame. Each part of my body must be taken care of as they rely upon each other.

When I neglect any area I have neglected the whole. This is no different than when I only partially commit to You; I am not getting the full return on my investment.

Father I don’t want to neglect You or my body. I don’t want to have a conditional relationship with You Lord. I don’t want to be partially committed to You. I don’t want to randomly take care of my body that You have blessed me with. Because tomorrow a vital organ or part may have limited or no use and at that point I would cry out to You to heal and repair me—when I hadn’t thought about taking care of it all of these years.

I want to start having a healthy relationship with my body today, not taking it for granted, and not taking You for granted. Thank You Father for these opportunities and daily blessings. Amen.

Embrace this incredible day and enjoy every second of your weekend!



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Breaking Bread for 2.20.20


For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.

Matthew 6:14-15


We must stop carrying around anger, resentment, bitterness, sadness, jealousy and envy. We must let go and turn our cares and troubles over to our heavenly Father. Drop those heavy bags that keep weighing you down. You’re not supposed to be carrying them. They are property of the enemy. You chose to pick them up and be subjected to the pain. Now choose to put them down.

We must learn and begin to forgive ourselves and others. We must identify the lack in our lives that we continue to let control and dictate to us, because it’s not God that tells us to walk around angry, resentful, bitter, sad, jealous, and envious. That’s not God. Those are the ingredients and innerworkings of the enemy, who wants us to feel just as it does.

In 2011, I heard an incredible sermon by Ambassador Andrew Young that he gave at Union Institutional Baptist Church. If you don’t know, he was a pastor before he became a politician, and he continues serving in that role. In his sermon he spoke about forgiveness and it struck a chord with me because I had been contemplating a situation for awhile, and a few days before this church service the intensity increased exponentially—and I was trying to decide how best to handle it.

Ambassador Young said we have to forgive in order to receive forgiveness. That reminded me of something that my father always told me that I have since repeated plenty of times, “That person you’re mad at probably doesn’t even know you’re mad at them or why…they are too busy dealing with their own issues”. My dad was teaching me the value of letting go and to stop carrying useless grudges.

We are carrying around extra weight on our shoulders and backs that we don’t need to carry. This added weight causes stress and our bodies react negatively to too much stress. That day I took that step to forgive someone who had wronged me, but may not have even realized that I knew or how much it truly affected me. I also forgave myself for carrying around that pain, anger, and resentment. It was freeing to let go of that weight. I felt myself being realigned. I always do when I let go of dead weight.

Today, I assess the useless bags of weight that I’m carrying and I’m asking myself why I continue to carry around something that isn’t God’s, has no use to me, and makes me feel miserable. Which bags am I ready to drop and walk away from, starting today? I would much rather embrace faith than fear, acceptance than resentment, joy than anger or sadness, self-worth and contentment instead of envy and jealousy.

What about you? What useless bags are weighing you down and making you miserable? When will you grow sick and tired of carrying those stupid bags? Assess each bag. Which ones are you ready to drop today? Your spirit, soul, body, and mind will appreciate it!

This is a daily decision, because I can guarantee you that each day the enemy has another useless bag waiting for you to pick up. Don’t drop off one to pick up another. Don’t pick back up one you already dropped off. God’s trying to get us to see that He is all we need to make life right. He wants you to see how worthless those bags are and why you need to drop them off and never carry them or any others ever again. You can be free from their burden. It’s your choice.


Father, today I must let go and forgive those who have sinned against me. I cannot ask for Your forgiveness if I can’t forgive others. I can’t ask for Your forgiveness if I can’t forgive myself. I have to accept the fact that You will always settle my grievances, You will always right the wrongs done against me, and You will always bring light into dark places and spaces.

I pray that You help me to release these useless bags of the enemy that I foolishly carry around each day, month, and year. I’ve chosen to subject myself to this pain, yet I’m blaming someone else for my feelings and decisions. Help me Father. Help me to release each and every bag.

Give me the strength and wisdom to see and embrace the freedom that comes from letting go. I know that just as it was my choice to pick up these bags it is my choice to drop them off. But you know I’m operating out of lack. My lack of trustworthiness is why I don’t trust the process. It’s why I don’t trust You. Because if I did, I wouldn’t be carrying around this weight.

Help me Father. I want to be realigned. I want to be right where You want me to be—and bag-free. I thank You Father for all that You have done, are doing, and will do. In Your name I pray. Amen.

Let’s let go of the bags people!

Loving you always,


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Breaking Bread for 2.19.20


In you, lord my God, I put my trust.

Psalm 25:1


There is no other truth, reality, comfort, or source of reliance except our heavenly Father. Trust in Him and put everything else to the side. When you doubt someone close to you, trust that God will always reveal the truth and bring you out of harm’s way.

When you doubt your ability to accomplish or overcome something, trust that the Lord is there to help you. When fear tries to take ahold of you, turn to God for comfort and courage. He will show you the lies that fear hides.

When you’re being a hypocrite there is no better source to realign you and get you right, than God. There is no shame with God, just truth, love, acceptance, and an understanding that freedom is only in and through Him. He forgives us before we forgive ourselves. That’s why we carry guilt and shame. We think we’re unworthy of forgiveness. God tells us that He is the only judge that can rule on that. We just have to trust Him.

When envy or jealousy rear their ugly heads, don’t hesitate to tune into God’s voice, to overshadow and pull you away from the enemy’s lure down those toxic snake dens. There is nothing meant for you given to others. Comparing yourself and your life to others is a trap of the enemy. And God reminds us that all that we have, entertain, and spend time with, is on loan to us. It is not ours. It is God’s. From relationships to material items. God loans to us for our growth and development, to help us be better stewards and ambassadors, and to give us opportunities to serve Him fully and with great appreciation. So trust Him to know what is best for you. Trust Him with what comes and what goes, short-term and long-term. Trust Him with your present. Yes, it is a gift!


Father, when I can’t put my trust in man I know that I can always trust in You. When man has betrayed me and caused me to question their honor, loyalty, and truthfulness I know that You will never fail me and let me down. When I’ve been disloyal or dishonest, I can trust that You will realign me. You will make me face the truth one way or another. It may not be swift but it will be impactful. You humble me.

Father, I know that You will never lie, deceive, mistreat, or hide anything from me. I know that in You Lord the truth is always revealed and for those reasons and more I humbly and always will follow You and praise Your holy name. Even when I stray from Your path, I will return, because I know that there is no better here or there than with You.

You make it possible for the enemy to exist. That way the truth can always be revealed, and we will believe You when You say that not everything that appears to be good is right. Without temptation we would abuse even more our relationship with You, breeding contempt for familiarity—another trap of the enemy. It’s sad that this is the only way we recognize You as our salvation, is through enduring trials and tribulations. But I thank You for loving us enough to be there whenever we need You, even when we don’t realize we need You. You are here through our ignorance and into our enlightenment. I give You all of the glory. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.18.20


Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us. Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet has thou not known me, Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father? Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works.

John 14:6, 8-10


Until we believe, we cannot truly have faith. Until we have faith, we cannot truly experience what God has planned for us. Until we are true believers in faith, walking and living in faith, we are merely lost sheep awaiting our shepherd. We will go round and round in circles going no where fast— lost in a wilderness. Four days is too long to be wandering through a forest without a sense of direction; consider 40 years—now consider your lifetime. We all have choices.

A friend of mine, Juanda, said the other day that she sees life as a bunch of forks in the road. She said that you can take the routes you choose or the ones God chooses. His way is best and fastest but our impatience will guide us on a different route.

I always call it, snatching the steering wheel from Him.

But God is God, and when He wants us to be somewhere we will get there—even if that means watching us take the wrong route, bumpy route, zigzag route—just to bring us to His route. He will get us there. That should reassure us that even when we realize we took the wrong route, we can turn to God in repentance and ask to be redirected. It should also remind us of the delays, pitfalls, and heartache that comes every single time we snatch that steering wheel from the most capable planner, driver, navigator, and mechanic.

God created the steering wheel, vehicle, the paths, and you. Who are you to tell Him what to do and which route is best? When things break down you end up calling on Him. That proves the point even more. But God believes in offering you choices.

What decision will you choose?


Father if there is any doubt in me as to Your realness, Your presence, Your power, Your influence over my life and the world—I want it removed now.

You know my heart Lord. If I believe in Your son then how can I not believe in You? If I believe in You then I must believe that You sent Your son to save us. I must know that Your children did not truly believe, listen and follow You for more than 1,000 years before Christ’s presence— and You sent him to free us of the shackles we placed upon ourselves.

Father, we are still enslaved. We are still not fully committed and vested in Your plan. We are still easily manipulated by the “liar” and I know that I want the mania and chaos in my life to end. I want to taste the sweet fruits provided by You, I want to drink the pure water from You, I want to walk in righteousness and not in sin Father. I want to be healthy and whole, in all ways. Cleanse me Lord. I call to You and Your son to guide me, redirect me, and to help me to reflect You all the days of my life. I’m tired of disobediently trying to do things my way. I’m tired of snatching the wheel from You and finding myself stranded on the side of the road, or lost and not knowing where to go.

I want to be a better student, servant, steward, and ambassador. Help redirect me. In Jesus’ name I humbly pray to You. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.17.20


By myself I can do nothing; I judge only as I hear, and my judgment is just, for I seek not to please myself but him who sent me.

John 5:30


If you take your last breath this very moment, could you say with the strongest of convictions that you have led your life the way you intended? The way God intended? Have you treated people as well or better than the person you love the most?

Or does your most prized possession garner greater attention, care, and admiration from you?

Do you treat people as your equal, knowing you all have one Creator? Do you treat people as though it is your mission to serve them? Or do you treat people as though you’re superior, better, more entitled, or more special?

Jesus is the ultimate servant leader. He never had to tell people that he was the son of God in order to get them to follow. He didn’t have to show off or declare his authority over others in order to get them to follow him. He didn’t walk around wearing things that brought him attention, so people would know it was him. He obediently followed the lead of God. He spoke only what God directed him to say.

People followed because they believed what they saw. Through his actions and demonstrations he proved his ability. He didn’t just talk the talk he walked the walk. But he also knew that the only way to build our Father’s Kingdom it would require believers and followers to share his teachings with others, and to help people help themselves.

Jesus healed people and taught his disciples how to heal people. He showed us that we are all capable of following in his footsteps, and capable of healing not only others but ourselves. But it requires us to walk in and through demonstration, to believe fully, have faith in the impossible, and work through our faith to manifest the reality of our future .

We are often times too self-absorbed to realize that this isn’t about us but it is instead about our heavenly Father. Jesus would repeatedly make clear that his walk and purpose was not about him, it was about the One who sent him. Jesus always made it about God, not himself, and in those moments of frustration and fear, he would turn to God for realignment and recentering.

Jesus has shown us how to live our lives and how to treat other people. Jesus has shown us how to deal with conflict and how to deal with circumstances that we don’t particularly like. Jesus showed us how to deal with friends and our foes. He treated all with the utmost respect and love, and served those who would follow or need him first.

Know that you cannot do this alone and that you are never alone, even when you don’t see anyone around. See yourself for who and what you truly are, not what you think you are, or what others see you to be.


Father, my purpose is to serve only one God, and Lord, that is You. Show me how to be the best ambassador and steward that I can be, for and in Your Kingdom.

Please provide me with the resources and the skills so that I might use them responsibly.

Just as Your son Jesus said and knew that he could not do it alone, I know that I cannot do this alone. I know that You will always put the right people in my life to show me the way and to show me how to perform the duties You have charged me with.

I thank You now for what You bring to me today and tomorrow. You have high expectations for me Lord and I want to live up to Your expectations. I will not let fear nor man keep me from reaching my goals. In Jesus’ name I pray to You as Your humble servant. Giving You all of the glory. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.14.20


For they loved the praise of men more than the praise of God. Jesus cried and said, He that believeth on me, believeth not on me, but on him that sent me. And if any man hear my words, and believe not, I judge him not: for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world. For I have not spoken of myself; but the Father which sent me, he gave me a commandment, what I should say, and what I should speak. And I know that his commandment is life everlasting: whatsoever I speak therefore, even as the Father said unto me, so I speak.

John 12:43-44,47,49-50 (KJV)


We must put our faith, understanding, and reliance upon God and not man.

Man is flawed by influences of the world, just as we are. We are born perfect and then man interferes and disrupts.

The perfect example of where we ought to be is, Jesus— who had evolved and transformed as God intended. Even in his last days, when he cried out in a moment of fear and doubt, God comforted him with a still calm that let him know that all was well and would be dealt with the right way at the right time. God reassured him that His plan was to be fulfilled and with that realization Jesus leaned unto God’s understanding and thereby demonstrated life after human death, and that we all are spiritual beings working towards a life beyond this level of existence.

Jesus, unlike any other man or woman God directed to save us, was sent before birth— not chosen late in life— so from conception Jesus had an order and mission as the perfect example of God, to save God’s children and to show them the way back ‘home’ to His loving presence.

We too must listen for God’s voice (and His angels that He sends to lead us along our paths) to comfort, protect, and guide us. We’re not to rely on worldly vices such as alcohol, sex, drugs (even prescription), idols, the media, clothing, and money. We must put our faith in something we cannot see but we know we can feel each and every day.

Do you have that faith?

Can you turn to God to heal your pain? Or do you give in to the “liar’s” whispers that tell you to keep popping those pills, or that the bottle of wine or liquor is your best solution to numb the pain? Do you turn to God when you are lonely, or do you hide your head in the bosom of the temptress/tempter who has seduced you and lured you into their bed?

We have choices. You just have to decide if you are following God or the “liar”.


Father there is no other that I place before You, that I rely upon first, that I praise or worship, that I lean on, or that I talk to first but You. I hear Your voice directing me daily and You have given me the choice to listen and follow, or to ignore You and do my own thing.

You sent Your son to us to save us from ourselves and from the “liar” who would have us to believe that we can be You and have power and glory equal to or greater than Yours.

I know that forever You will reign over the world and beyond; that there is nothing good that has been created that was not created by You. Every device and application that has been created to help and save mankind, is Your doing. I know that every creature on land, in water, and in the air, was created by You and shared as a blessing for us to care for, lead and steward.

We are Your perfect reflections attempting to regain our sense of self in You Father. We have stumbled, fallen, and now we struggle to reclaim who we are in, of, and through You. We have leaned more on man’s understanding than Yours. We lean more on man’s teachings than Yours and Jesus’. We have relied upon and imitated man more than You.

We desire the things of the flesh more than we do of You. For those things Father I ask for forgiveness. I want to walk always in Your light. In Your name I pray for strength, faith, obedience, focus, peace, and dignity each and every day. Amen.

I love you all. Have a safe and happy Valentine’s Day!



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Breaking Bread for 2.13.20


Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.

Colossians 4:2


Prayer should not be a lazy and casual act, nor should it be for show; but rather purposeful— as your dedication to taking this spiritual walk with our Father and His son.

Prayer is another sign of your devotion to God, Jesus, and the Kingdom that you are an ambassador of and for— and that you are helping to build.

When you pray, you’re speaking with God. You’re asking for guidance, asking Him how He wants you to behave, proceed down a path, and how He wants you to speak. He is your lifelong companion, the only companion that you will ever have that is with you 24/7, who sees and hears all, and knows all. He’s the only companion that can read your thoughts and communicate through them. You are never alone—because God is always with you. This should thrill you, elate you, bring you a sense of calm and comfort.

Throughout each day, God is communicating with us. Some of us struggle with discerning His voice above all others. When you are mindful and alert, you begin to see, hear, and know God’s presence. You also development stronger discernment to recognize the trappings of the enemy. That is why we are to devote ourselves to being watchful. Not just with our eyes, but using our hearts and minds.

The enemy never sleeps, but neither does God—who allows the enemy to exist.

We are given choices in life. The more that we authentically and faithfully pray, watch, and give thanks, the more we see God’s light—and the choices become easier to make. What appears to be good may not be right. Something tastes good but it may not be right for us. Someone looks good to us but they may not be right for us. An opportunity may look good but it may not be the right one.

Not everything that appears to be good is from God. Just because God made it doesn’t mean it wasn’t tampered with. You don’t know what the enemy has hijacked and rigged for your failure. Pray to God to help you see what is right so you know the right decisions to make, at the right time.

Start and end your day in a conversation with God. Ask Him what tasks to focus on first. Ask Him how He wants you to be of service. It’s God’s money that we spend, so ask Him how best to spend and invest it.

Take several moments throughout your day to pray, reflect, show thanks and appreciation, and to give back to our heavenly Father. Don’t just use prayer as a time to express a form of conditional love, where you are only asking for something, and only thankful when you receive His blessings. Prayer isn’t one-sided. Like all healthy relationships, it’s built on trust, openness, and giving as much as you receive.


Father, every day throughout my day I want to stop and pray to You, to give thanks to You, and to connect with You.

In my prayers, I deepen my understanding of my purpose and Your guidance over me. Through my prayers, my eyes are opened wider, my heart is warmed, my mind thrives, and my ears are more alert.

I am able to discern more because through Your patience and care I have been exposed to Your truths— and the more I believe and walk in obedience, the more I receive. Thank You Father. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.12.20

Hi Breaking Bread Family!

Before we start, let me wish my sister a very happy birthday. May God bless her in ways she never imagined!



Jesus went on to say, “To what, then, can I compare the people of this generation? What are they like? They are like children sitting in the marketplace and calling out to each other:

“‘We played the pipe for you,
and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not cry.’ For John the Baptist came neither eating bread nor drinking wine, and you say, ‘He has a demon.’ The Son of Man came eating and drinking, and you say, ‘Here is a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners.’ But wisdom is proved right by all her children.”

Luke 7:31-35


Who gave you the autonomy to serve as judge of others, yet feel insulted and victimized when judged in return?

Know your place and assume it respectfully and humbly. If you don’t want to be judged by people then don’t judge others.

Be more than satisfied with what God provides to you each day. Don’t model what your religious leaders do— follow Jesus’ example, as he is the perfect model of living righteously.

We have numerous examples of religious figures who are just as or more dysfunctional than the most perverse in their congregation, so why would you emulate that fraudulent leader? Instead emulate the man that was declared and proven to be the way-shower. Each day let’s make this our focus. Have an amazing day and week!


Father, keep me humble and grounded. Keep me focused on Your mission and my purpose. Let my learned lessons bring me great wisdom. I don’t want to question You, but rather walk where You direct me.

I want my life to model Jesus, not the men and women of the world. Not wanting to be judged, remind me of this so that I refrain from passing judgment on others. Show me how to do right, think right, and speak right Father. In Your name I pray. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.11.20

Happy Tuesday, Breaking Bread family!

Let me start by wishing my aunt Ava a very happy birthday. I pray for her abundance of blessings.

Are you ready for today’s message? Great. Let’s dive in!


Do not let anyone who delights in false humility and the worship of angels disqualify you. Such a person also goes into great detail about what they have seen; they are puffed up with idle notions by their unspiritual mind. They have lost connection with the head, from whom the whole body, supported and held together by its ligaments and sinews, grows as God causes it to grow.

Colossians 2:18-19


Pray for discernment. Pray that God constantly reveals to you the truth about every situation, every thing, and every person (even yourself). And that you have the wisdom and humility to see, hear, and recognize the reality as He reveals it.

Pray for the strengthened bond to know God’s voice above all others, so that you learn to follow and obey that voice—and not be lured and trapped by others, pretending to be God.


Father, open my eyes to see, tune my ears to hear, and focus my mind to process that which You want me to know and understand. Lovingly turn me away from those who serve themselves and seek only to be served, yet do not serve You and the least of Your children. Turn me away from those who pretend to be in service of You.

Father, let me see the unbalanced for what and who they are—disconnected from You. Let me see the difference between those who genuinely walk in Your light and truth, as compared to the fakers.

By knowing this truth, I then can see Your work versus the deeds of the enemy. This allows me to step aside and live my life as You see fit, serve where You direct me, and do so without entertaining the interference of fools.

Let me be clear in my recognition of Your voice, presence, and guidance. That way I can’t be led astray. In Jesus’ name I humbly pray to You, and only You. Amen.

Lovingly your sister in Christ,


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Breaking Bread for 2.10.20


She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come.

Proverbs 31:25


You are truly whole and complete when you get to the point where you are fearless, doubtless, and fully confident in God’s ability to see you through anything and everything that the future brings, or throws, your way.

Awesome isn’t it?

Think about never fearing losing your wealth, home, car, or anything you worked hard to earn— that God gave you. Wouldn’t that be an amazing feeling and experience?

Most of my adulthood I’ve had levels of anxiety tied to the fear of losing something. Unpaid bills signal something bad is going to happen soon. We’re punished and rewarded through credit scores, that really have no value, but societies like punishment and reward systems.

Societies like boxes, categories, levels, and classes. Societies like division because it makes the fearful and truly insecure feel secure, and those who were actually free begin to feel insecure and enslaved. It’s a transference of energy and beliefs.

Societies force people to get credit cards to be a part of the system, because without being in the system you are penalized and restricted from acquiring the things that you need, want, and that which “normalizes” you. Need financing for a loan? Try doing it without a favorable credit score. Companies now check credit scores to hire people for jobs. In some instances you can’t rent or participate in certain things without a credit card, and a debit card means they will place a hold on the equivalent funds in your bank. You are punished for not being fully invested in the system. This pressure breeds stress, illness, and dis-ease.

It’s all a trap.

A trap that some people are starting to realize they can be free from. They can untangle this web that chokes the life from them. It requires total reliance upon God, to see the solutions, and act upon them.

Wouldn’t it be amazing to laugh at the days ahead, because you know your joy and sustenance comes from God, and those days are only made possible by and through Him? Each day is a blessing that we should fully embrace. Even in pain we should find joy.

Pray for it. Then believe it!


Father, thank You for the strength and wisdom that guides me daily. Thank You for encircling me with love. With You, I am clothed in strength and dignity; able to raise my head and walk upright, tall and confident. My belief in You and Your greatness builds my faith in You, and in myself.

Father, help me to see the solutions to today’s issues. Help me to rectify issues of the past that tend to haunt me this day. Free me from the bondage I elected to take part in, and the bondage that I didn’t clearly discern. I want to be free from the trappings of this world. I want to be free to live my life focused on my mission, set by You, and not consumed by class, category, numbers, or boxes.

I am not defined by society’s standards. I am defined by You.

Let me laugh at whatever the future may bring knowing that no matter what, You will be right there guiding and protecting me. Let me find joy in this. Let me find joy in the unknown. Let me be excitedly curious, just as I was as a child.

Father, I pray to be as virtuous as depicted in this proverb. In Your name I pray. Giving You all of the glory, forever. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.7.20


As free, and not using your liberty for a cloke of maliciousness, but as the servants of God.

1 Peter 2:16 (KJV)


We are free people given the right to make decisions in our lives. We can either choose a life of dishonesty, deceit, maliciousness, and hate—or we can choose to live in God’s loving light. This is true whether you live in a developed or developing country, in a democracy or under the rule of a dictator. You decide your actions. You decide to love or hate, embrace or reject.

There is no reason to lie to or mistreat another person ever. Now let’s be clear, a person trying to harm you and your family should never be told the truth that brings you harm. I’m speaking of matters of the heart. I’m referring to ethics in life and profession. I’m referring to our daily walk. Looking through those lens, we don’t have reason to lie or mistreat other people.

There is no reason to live a life of deceit. You can’t be honest with one person about a situation and then tell another person a lie about the same situation. You are still being a liar, and are then working towards the enemy’s plan, not God’s. It is better to be honest and they despise you for a short time than to lie to them and they spend the rest of their lives seeking revenge.

If in your honesty they still seek the latter— then you are still blessed in knowing the true character of that person— that they don’t seek the truth, they only seek what will make them feel and look good. They are then walking in the lies of the enemy and have no desire to walk and live by God’s truth. By telling them the truth and not allowing either of you to live in the lie you have been blessed by God. Thank Him.

Seek out God’s guidance at all times, in all ways, through every circumstance. Ask God to speak through you. The truth should be delivered in honor, through respect and love.

Don’t dump truth on someone wrapped in a box of malice.

If you fear telling the truth, don’t lie, just be honest that you fear the truth would harm them, or that you fear their reaction. If they have a history of not reacting well to the truth, tell them this and explain that this is a reason for your hesitancy and resistance. You may have to agree to table a conversation until you both can handle it. Pray for God to guide you through those conversations.

Now let me say this, don’t play around using the mental gymnastics of semantics. We like doing this because we think we’re somehow working through a loophole in God’s statements. You can’t get over on God. There aren’t loopholes. Those, my friends, are traps that you create for yourself. Stop crawling around trying to be sneaky. Walk upright. Are you serving God or the enemy? Then act and speak accordingly.


Father, thank You for freeing me every time I allow myself to be shackled to fear and doubt, and to circumstances. Thank You for freeing my mind and heart that I might have discernment to see the truth in people— and a warmed heart that I might love Your children even when they don’t express love in return. And in this freedom, my mind and heart is always to be focused on You first— waiting for Your guidance.

Father, I never want to deceive You. I never want to deceive others. I only want honesty in my life. And in moments when I am swayed by the enemy to not be open, upfront, honest, and forthcoming with myself and others— stop me Father and redirect my path. Father, there is no such thing as being honorable when you are only honest and loving to a few, yet tell lies to (and treat harshly) others.

I want to always be loving and honest Father, even if in my honesty it hurts someone’s feelings. I pray for Your guidance in those situations. Keep me from dumping truth with malice. If my intent is not loving, then redirect me until I get there.

I know that the truth could hurt, and that the pain should be temporal—but it could take root and last a painfully long time. But I also know that lying to them could cause permanent harm, that I truly don’t want to inflict. Help me to lovingly navigate through these moments.

Show me how to always be loving and honest Father. In Your name I pray. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.6.20


Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.

1 Thessalonians 4:13-14


Every day we must smile and say thank you when a fond memory of a loved one pops into our mind. Don’t call it coincidence—that’s God. Don’t call it freakish when you can sense that person’s presence—that’s God sharing them with you once more.

These moments serve as reminders that our loved ones are always with us. Those feelings of their presence are their Spiritual hugs of love. Embrace them and thank God for the opportunity.

See, feel, and hear through your spiritual senses—and then witness what has always been before you.


God I want to thank You for teaching me early on that even though our body as a shell will one day no longer function, we continue to live with You and Your son on another level of existence. And when our loved ones pass we may not see them in our daily lives but they are with us in Spirit, and one day we will be reunited.

Father, even though I may mourn the passing of a loved one, and miss them dearly, You comfort me by allowing me to remember them and the moments I shared with them—showing me that through You and in me they are truly alive. If they weren’t, the memories would eventually be wiped clean.

Thank You for blessing me with their visits, as their energy brings a smile to my face and lets me feel their constant love. Thank You Father. I’m humbly grateful. Amen.

I love you all,


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Breaking Bread for 2.5.20


The last enemy to be destroyed is death.

1 Corinthians 15:26


We leave this level of existence to move forward to another level of existence. Although our bodies no longer function here, we continue to live on elsewhere. Death is unreal. Jesus proved it. Embrace the reality of eternal life with the Father and son.

I Get It, Death is Scary

I completely understand fearing the transition from life as we know it. I empathize with the fear of human death, no longer being in our bodies, sharing precious moments with loved ones, and enjoying favorite pastimes. I totally get it. I fear it too. I want to live in this body for as long as possible, into my 100’s.

Only God knows my last day here, the last breath that I will take. The same is true for you.

So, why do we squander precious moments being consumed by lack, fear, loss, anger, and depression? Why do we choose to not take that adventure, knowing tomorrow could be our last day here? Why do we delay leaving our mark in this world? Why do we choose not to love fully when we know we will miss that person when either of us are gone? Why do we work so much and so hard, if we grow more and more unhappy? Why do we make the decisions that we know will lead to spiritual, mental, and physical prisons?

If we fear death so much then why aren’t we fully embracing life?

Your Fear Fuels The Enemy

The enemy loves it when you let life pass you by. It loves when you waste a day feeling hopeless, bitter, or cynical. It laughs when your life is lopsided. When you choose work over family, having an affair over your family, drugs and alcohol over your life—and yes, even your family.

When you choose anything over living fully the life gifted to you, you dishonor God. This pleases the enemy. The enemy knows the truth about life and death, and knows that the day will come when your reality with be no more, and through your transition you will have regrets. It will giggle with delight in your sobbing regrets. Because it was your choice to live the life you did. It was your choice to chase excess than live in just enough. It was your choice to obey God or give into the enemy’s temptations. We choose the bulk of the experiences that we have.

Excluding external influences, what happens to us is our doing. No one forced you to eat yourself into obesity. No one forced you to cheat on your spouse. No one forced you to get the bigger house and extra cars that you struggle to pay for each month. No one forced you to work the extra long hours each week, that keeps you away from your family and the life you dream about. You can’t blame any of this on the devil. We make the choices—towards salvation or destruction.

If You Already Know The Truth

If you’re blessed enough to know the falsehood of death, and the goals of the enemy, then embrace fully your assignment in this human existence. Care for and strengthen the body you were given, protect your mind from negative influences—while strengthening it with knowledge and wisdom. Protect your time and how you invest it. Protect God’s creatures and the land He made; you are to be a steward, not a consumer. And lastly, bless others as you have been blessed—even if you don’t agree with them. God didn’t say you had to agree, He told us to love others as we love ourselves. Since we don’t want harm to come to us, don’t harm others. And when you do, remedy it, atone, and do no more harm. Learn to forgive quickly, as you hope God to forgive you. It helps you to live in God’s peace, instead of wallow in the enemy’s snare.

In so doing, may you always strive to glorify God. The richness of your life, invested in this way, helps to remove and replace the fear of dying with the joy of living. Death dies and life is magnified.


Father, thank You for sending Your son to remind us that only through You is there life, and because of You there is no death. Jesus proved this in his healing of those dying, the resurrection of the dead, and in his own resurrection.

Help us to live fully so that we stop fearing the lie called death. Help us to stop making excuses and start moving through action. Help us to see and embrace the truth, so that we can stop existing in these lies perpetuated by the enemy. I thank you Father for the blessings of the past, present, and future. To You I give glory and praise. Amen.



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Breaking Bread for 2.4.20


While he was blessing them, he left them and was taken up into heaven.

Luke 24:51


This day, nine years ago, I attended the funeral services of my dear friend Marta V. Butler and during her short 54-years here on this planet she was a blessing to all who crossed her path. The hearts she touched was evident, as the chapel was filled with everyone there to honor and celebrate one person— Marta.

She left us on this level of existence to ascend to a higher level of existence, on another assignment for our heavenly Father. He had and has bigger and better plans for her. Memories of Marta will continue to serve as blessings for years to come. I’m honored to be her friend.

Remember to be a blessing to others! Who will attend your funeral? Who will extend their heartfelt wishes? What will people have to say about you when you pass away?

What do they say about you now? Do they hear, feel, and see God while in your presence? What imprint will you leave on the hearts of the lives you encounter each day?


Father thank You for my blessings. Thank You for the angels You have sent to protect, guide, and enlighten me. Thank You for my loved ones— those I stay in constant contact with and those I haven’t spoken to in years.

I’m grateful for those who have been a blessing to me. Let me be a blessing to them. And for those who need a blessing, let me be there to bless them through You. Your son Jesus blessed us, ascended, and we continue to honor him as the wayshower to You. In his name and Yours I humbly pray. Amen.

Love you always,


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Breaking Bread for 2.3.20


Therefore, my brothers and sisters, make every effort to confirm your calling and election. For if you do these things, you will never stumble, and you will receive a rich welcome into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2 Peter 1:10-11


Look to see your purpose, calling and election. Then live to fulfill these expectations as the Lord has called you to do. We have all been called to do certain things in life; it is up to us to listen, act, and do our best to serve our heavenly Father and His children.

When we march in His cause, walk on His path, His hand always guides us—and we won’t stumble. It’s when we choose to live our own lives, separate from His direction, that we will find ourselves always falling on our face—repeatedly. This life is not possible without Him, so trying to navigate it without Him is plain ignorance and foolishness.

Start your day and move through it inquiring and following the lead, and guidance, of God. We are here to glorify Him, so if your life isn’t doing that right now—turn to Him for a realignment. Our daily walk is to mirror His and His son Jesus, whom He empowered to demonstrate the walk in a way that we could better comprehend and emulate.

Generation to generation, God has been refining and sharpening the message to make it clearer for all to understand. Through our understanding there is an expectation that we would be transformed through our daily walk. When you know what God has called on you to do, and why, then you’re more mindful and intentional with each step that you take. Speak to God today and gain the clarity and confirmation that you need, to ensure that you’re on the right path and going at the right pace. And if you’re not, that you can quickly and confidently realign to where you’re supposed to be. Don’t be satisfied in the wrong. If it’s not right, then get it right. Are you ready to stop stumbling and falling?


Father, let me first start by saying thank you Lord for all You do, past, present, and future. Father this is the time for me to confirm my calling and election. Let me stand firm in the knowledge and wisdom of Your plan for me.

I want to serve You fully, purposely and purposefully Lord. I want to do right by You. I want to live the life of honor that best reflects and glorifies You. Never do I want You disappointed in me Father. I want to be in perfect alignment with You, focused on Your assignment and not mine.

Am I doing what You have called on me to do? Is my daily walk glorifying You or ruining Your reputation? When Your children see and speak to me, do they see and hear You, or someone else?

Align me to only pursue and follow through with those things that are aligned with the mission and legacy, as You see it. If my vision is unclear, please fix my lens, so there is no confusion. I thank You now for the blessings coming my way. I embrace them now knowing my future testimony will be grand, and will bring more people back with opened arms and hearts, praising You. In Your name I pray. Giving You all the glory and praise. Amen.


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