Good Morning Family, This morning started off a little rushed for me because I overslept. It normally takes me a little under two hours to conduct my morning routine of prayer, exercise, showering, getting dressed and then watching at least one episode of Married with Children. It is a crazy show but it has great humor and it makes me laugh. Watching it guarantees that I will have a great chuckle before leaving the house. Those who know me know that I love to laugh....I b
Hello Family, How many times have you prayed and said, "Lord, you are the potter and I am the clay. Make me and mold me into what you would have me to be?" I've prayed this prayer before and to honest I had no idea what I was really asking God to do. Smh. I knew that I wanted to be better and do better. I knew that I wanted to make God proud of me. But I had no idea how painful the process would be. Lord Jesus, I did not have a clue!! Being on the potter's wheel is no jo
Good Morning Family, This morning I am reminded of someone that I encountered some months ago and I want to share him with you. While walking to work I saw a homeless man sitting on the ground surrounded by his belongings. I live in New York City so seeing homeless people is nothing new, however this particular gentleman grabbed my attention, not by what he was wearing or even his location, but rather the words that he spoke and the urgency by which he spoke them. He kept s
Hello Family, While praying, seeking direction on what to say to you today, the spirit spoke ever so sweetly and said, "Tell them that I love them." So that it my message to you...well actually God's message to you...GOD LOVES YOU! Some time ago I watched the interview that Oprah Winfrey did with the phenomenal woman Maya Angelou in which Maya Angelou spoke of how she felt when she read the words "God loves me." I watch as Maya Angelou cried and I cried with her. Tears flo
Hello Family, Very rarely do I use the words "shut up". I was taught as a child that it is rude to tell someone to "shut up" and the proper verbiage is "please be quiet". I do try to use the politically correct term, however there are times that I fall short. This will be one of those times. :) I once heard someone say that their greatest accomplishment was learning to just "shut up". This got me to thinking about the many times that I spoke too soon and/or said too much.