Live in the Light of Your “Why”

A large part of the work of Salvation, accomplished through YESHUA the Christ, is restoring the broken heart.  Think of the heart as a lamp meant to burn the oil of life continually, to give off light and warmth. If your heart remains full of the oil of life, then the flame of your heart... Continue Reading →

Accepting the Narrow Way

I have been often criticized and rejected because my viewpoint on life is found by many to be too narrow. Christ forewarned all those who would take up their cross and follow Him that this would be the reality. YESHUA forewarned us that the servant is not greater than the master, as we walk in... Continue Reading →

Get Your Stars From GOD

From my studies and observations, a notable fact jutted out to me; people do not recognize brilliancy, and often when they do, it is years down the road. This is why it is CRUCIAL for you to understand that whatever it is you do or feel called to do, you do it unto the Lord... Continue Reading →

Directing the Locomotion of Your Heart

I have been thinking a lot about how important it is to stay connected to your heart. The importance of this is stated in Proverbs 4:23. After digging into the original Hebrew terms which comprise this verse, here is my magnified version of it. “Guard your heart by confining it to very close watch, for... Continue Reading →

The Only Way to A Better You Is A New You

I have seen at times within myself and in others, inconsistency. That doesn’t sound too bad or alarming because most of us struggle with inconsistency in some areas. However, inconsistency is the sign of a degenerative condition that has mortal consequences, and if you do not learn to hate that characteristic it will rob you... Continue Reading →

Do What Jesus Did

There is this popular mantra often heard in Christians circles to help guide decisions, “What Would Jesus Do”. It is time to remove the question and simply “Do What Jesus Did”. YESHUA HAMASHIACH did not do what He “thought” the Father would do, He said He did whatsoever He “saw” The Father do. As the... Continue Reading →

Fulfilling The Joy of Christ

[SNCC singing "We Shall Overcome" 1966 photo New York Times] In America, most people would consider me to be a black man or an African-American man. Take notice that in both instances race and ethnicity comes first, then “man”. Most people even see themselves as either a black person or a white person and so... Continue Reading →

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