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Weekly Devotionals

Words of Faith from our Ministers


Matthew 4:19 “And he saith unto them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” –KJV

Have you ever gone fishing? Well, yesterday, I went fishing with my dad. That was the first time I’d ever gone fishing with him and the experience was quite eventful. You see, my dad loves fishing and prefers to fish with live bait. 


Matthew 4:16(AMP) - “The people who were sitting in spiritual darkness have seen a great light, and for those who were sitting in the land and shadow of spiritual and moral death, upon them a light has dawned.”

Depression is a word I’m all too familiar with. At age five I was molested by someone for almost a year. Because of that one incident, I was raped/molested in high school and several times in college. For years I didn’t think I was affected by it, but the closer I got to God, the more I would feel this darkness taking over me.. 


Philippians 1:6(NIV) - "being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."

Today my husband and I had a lunch date. While we were out I asked him, “Why is our relationship still fresh to you?” “What makes you still interested?” Now you’re probably thinking why would I ask him that? But his response was not only heartfelt for me, but it was spiritual as well. He looked at me and said, “I look at you every day and see how you have grown. Your growth is what’s amazing to watch.” Now he deserves an award for that one. We continued our lunch and left. 


James 4:12 “There is only one Lawgiver and Judge, the one who is able to save and destroy. But you--who are you to judge your neighbor?”

Like many people, Father’s Day is a difficult day for me. I have my own daddy issues and I grapple with the relationship between my sons and their father. After years of being uninvolved in his sons’ lives, my ex decided to try and build a relationship with them. The other morning I was talking to the Holy Spirit about the situation. I went on and on about how “the struggle was real” trying to forgive and move forward. The Holy Spirit listened carefully to me pour out my heart before returning with, “But is the struggle REALLY real? You should look up the definition of struggle.”