Breaking Bread For 6.22.21


In him and through faith in him we may approach God with freedom and confidence.

Ephesians 3:12


Only in our relationship with God can we be guaranteed confidentiality, a commitment to solving issues and righting wrongs, and a love like no other—pure, carefree, and beautiful. Thank Him. Embrace Him. Believe in Him. Have faith in Him that every issue, problem, desire, and need can and will be fulfilled through and by Him. Where you are deficient, He is not.

This is what Jesus taught. Our relationship with God never needed intermediaries. We just needed to speak to God, whether aloud or silently, just speak. You don’t need to be appointed by man, have a fancy title, you are God’s creation—that is the only title and authority you have or will ever need. The Sadducees and Pharisees were appalled by Jesus speaking these Truths. His disciples and followers took a lot of heat for continuing his ministry and sharing his teachings. Some lost their lives by sharing these Truths.

Be thankful that the Son made a way, sacrificed all, so that you and I could be free and have more than we ever imagined. The Son showed us our Father through a different lens. He introduced us to Him in a new way. He revealed the Truth about who we truly are and what we can experience.

You should feel empowered to know how special you are to God, that He wants a unique and intimate relationship with you—heart to heart. Live your days embracing this!


Father, I want to thank You for my life, my blessings, my gifts, and for the opportunities that You place before me daily. I thank You for allowing me to have a close and personal relationship with You where I don’t need an intermediary, or representative to speak on my behalf. I can come directly to You and speak with You, and have my questions answered, and problems solved because of my belief and faith in You, in Your promises, and Your works. Thank You Father.



Copyright 2011-2021. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman.

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