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Indeed it is..

Matthew 7:12
Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.


It is of the LORD's mercies that we are not consumed, Because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning: Great is thy faithfulness.
Lamentations 3:22‭-‬23 KJV


8 reminders for you today..God bless us all.😊😇

1. Be nice to people on your way up because you might meet them again on your way back down.
2. Set an example. Treat everyone with kindness and respect, even those who are rude to you – not because they are nice, but because you are.

3. Kindness is not to be mistaken for weakness, nor forgiveness for acceptance. It’s about knowing resentment of any kind is not on the path to happiness.

4. Give as much as you can, but don’t allow yourself to be used. Listen to others closely, but don’t lose your own voice.

5. Say what you need to say. Speak your truth. There is no greater sadness than holding on to the words you never had the courage to speak.

6. You can’t change how people treat you or what they say about you. All you can do is change how you react and who you choose to be around.

7. Negative company will never give you a positive life. Examine what you tolerate in the long-term.

8. What you allow is what will continue. It’s always better to spend more time alone than allow negative people and their opinions to derail you from your destiny.


Good morning GOD. It's another wonderful and beautiful day, thank YOU.

With humble heart I come before YOU this morning, not to ask for anything but to simply say, "thank YOU.".

Thank YOU for the gift of life, and the lives of my family and all my loved ones, and the lives of my friends as well.

Thank YOU for my job, and for all the food YOU provide for us.
Thank YOU for YOUR STRENGTH and the health YOU'VE given us.
Thank YOU for giving us a place to lay our heads, we are truly grateful good GOD.

Thank YOU for being our REFUGE during dark and weary times.
For saving us from our own traps, thank YOU.
For saving us from the trap of our enemies, we praise and bless YOU GOD.

Thank YOU and we give YOU all the glory and adoration, forever and ever, amen.


Today’s Scripture
- Joel Osteen Ministry

Mark 4:36, AMP
So leaving the crowd, they took Him with them, just as He was, in the boat.

Today’s Word
In Mark 4, Jesus and His disciples were sailing across a lake when they were caught in a furious night windstorm. The disciples panicked, thinking the boat was going to capsize, so they woke Jesus up. He rebuked the storm and everything calmed down, then He asked them, "Why are you afraid? Do you still have no faith?" They had seen Jesus perform miracle after miracle, and they had the Son of God in their boat. They didn't realize the wind and waves couldn't stop the God who created the winds and waves.

Are you worried about something even though God is in your boat? He has already promised that those winds of opposition can't stop you--the sickness, the injustice, the people trying to discredit you. Can I encourage you that the God who controls the universe is right there with you? Start thanking Him that He's fighting your battles, start shining where you are, being your best in spite of the difficulties. There is no reason to be afraid.

Prayer for Today
Father, thank You that no matter what sort of storm of opposition comes against me, You are with me in the boat. Thank You that You are the God who controls the winds and the water. I believe You will still my storms, protect me, and get me to the other side of the lake. In Jesus' Name, Amen




1) You only need ONE thing to get started.
One smile can start a friendship.
One hand can lift a soul.
One candle can wipe out darkness.
One word, one child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world.

2) You don’t have to be smarter than the rest. You just need to be more disciplined than the rest and get started.

3) Conquer yourself.
Your success or failure in life or at work isn’t about other people.
It’s your procrastination and excuses.
Success happens when you grow yourself, not outgrow others.
Winners focus on winning.
Losers focus on winners.

4) Nothing changes if nothing changes.
When you change how you see things, both you and the things you see change.
You see the world what you carry in your heart.

5) Every teacher once was a student.
Every winner once was a loser.
Every expert once was a beginner.
Small steps taken every day leads you to your success.

6) Perseverance is the multiplier of Talent and Potential.
Success is not about who has more talent, but who is hungrier.
A river cuts through a rock not because of its power, but its persistence.
You can do anything you set your mind to, but it takes action, persistence, and the courage to face your fears.

7) Stress comes from ignoring things that you should not be ignoring.
Break down the task and start small.
A journey of 1000 miles start with one step. Don't wait to be in the mood to do a certain task.
Motivation follows action.
Get started, and you'll find your motivation will follows.
Don't worry about the darkness when you take that first step, for that is when the stars shine brightest.

8)You can become a person of value in a matter of months.
Every mountain top is within your reach if you keep climbing.
If you aren’t winning, you must be learning.

9) Once you start, no matter how long you have travelled in the wrong direction, you can always turn around.
When you can’t change a situation, change yourself.
Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.

10) Risk is better than regret. Take that first step. The biggest risk is not getting started. If you want something you’ve never had, then you must do something you’ve never done. .

Don’t procrastinate. Take that first step.


Good morning, the word of God says:
I will also put a new spirit in you to change your way of thinking. I will take out the heart of stone from your body and give you a tender, human heart.
Ezekiel 36:26 ERV

God bless you, beloved child of God.


Good morning, the word of God says:
I don’t want to kill you! Please come back and live!” This is what the Lord GOD said.
Ezekiel 18:32 ERV

God wants everyone to live and have eternal life so come back to God and have a blessed day 😊


Thank you Lord 😇


Don't let anyone or anything stop you from fulfilling God's plan in your life.

Don't let money, people, worries, fear or doubt dictate what you can do and what you cannot.

So if God place a 'desire' in your heart, no matter how "IMPOSSIBLE" it is, NO ONE CAN

Always put this in your heart,

Dear friends,
I It is God's plan for you to prosper..

It is God's plan for you to become
It is God's plan for you to overcome.
It is God's plan for you to be happy..

Don't be afraid to dream Impossible dreams.


This is a reminder in proverbs 16:3,
Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans.

Go, Spread your Wings and Fight for your destiny!

Love and Care,
Mrs. Pammy




Perfect love...


Never judge the totality of a person based on his/her one mistake.




God eternal


Jesus Christ is the only way..


God will still use you despite of your imperfections.



Have you ever heard the term, "Church hurt"? There's much that can be said about it; it's cause, effect, even those who question it's validity. I'm not here to delve into all of that today, though. I'm here to share with you just one tidbit of truth.

If you have been hurt by the church (person in the church), please know that it was exactly that. It was the church (person in tge church) that hurt you, not Jesus Himself!

The church is comprised of people - people just like you and just like me - fallible, fickle-hearted, imperfect human beings. And while in God's great love and plan He decided to use us, His creation, to share the hope, salvation and knowledge of His Son to others... the fact is, we're still fallible, fickle-hearted imperfect human beings when we're not walking according to His Spirit.

So if you've been on the point that ur receiving of this fallibility or this fickleness, imperfection, from the people un the church, please don't lose heart, dont be mad and quit. It wmaker, t Jesus who hurt you.

Let me say that again.
It was not Jesus who hurt you.

Jesus isn't fallible.
(Hebrews 4:15)

Jesus isn't fickle-hearted.
(Numbers 23:19)

Jesus will never leave you or forsake you.
(Deuteronomy 31:6)

Jesus loves you.
(1 John 4:16)

He died for you.
(Romans 5:8)

He went to prepare a place for you - and He has already prepared the way for you to make it to that place.
(John 14:2-3)

With that in mind, don't let the fallible, fickle-heartedness, imperfections of another mortal soul, keep you from relationship with your maker, That loves you unconditionaly and sees you as much more preciouse than anything in this word..

God bless us all..


Quick reminders for you today❤


Listen 🔉 understand and apply 😊😇


How to respond towards God’s discipline? Psalm 6:1-10

1. Humble down yourself before the Lord (v.1)
2. Acknowledge your weakness and that you need God’s grace (v.2)
3. Confess your sin (v.3)
4. Ask for God’s deliverance (v.4-5)
5. Show your sincere repentance through the changing of mind (v.6-7)
6. Pray to God and seek Him deeper with a broken heart. (V1-10
7. Distant yourself from ungodly association. (v. 8-10)

Are you going through something?

Evaluate yourself whether what you are going through is a test or a consequence.

Going through God’s discipline is not easy. When we are confident that God is near us, we feel like “we can do anything”, but when we sense that He is distant from us, we feel ‘weak’ and ‘hopeless’ even in the smallest trial.

Brothers and sisters, just like David we don’t have to prolong our agony. There is a way to ‘shorten’ the discipline and that is to ‘repent’ and ‘obey’.

You can’t be under God’s discipline for a long period of time. If you sense that there is something wrong, TAKE ACTION IMMEDIATELY.

Just like David, He is not perfect, He commits mistake just like everyone else, but what makes him a ‘man after God’s own heart’ is He responds wisely to God’s rod of discipline.

Respond wisely.

Godbless you! 😘


The Bible clearly presents God as welcoming, as desiring to lead you into real life that he created for you, as he intimately guides you. He invites us to know him and trust him.

Some people pay quite a lot of money for a “life coach.” This is a person who gets to know the person’s life, schedule, relationships, decisions, and seeks to guide the person into greater productivity and life satisfaction. but there is the best coach that is God, He knows us better than a life coach ever could. He knows our past, present and future. He’s intimately aware of every relationship we’ve ever had, and its impact in our lives. He knows why he created us, our needs, areas that are weighing on it, aspects of our lives we wish we could change, but can’t.

Jesus wants to lead us into freedom. He said, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:31,32. Free from what? From worry, lack of purpose, fear, hatred, destructive habits.

Jesus leads us into life-giving rest. Jesus said, “Come to me, all who are heavy laden, and I will give you rest…learn from me…and you will find rest for your souls.”Matthew 11:28,29

This life is not easy! But in the midst of our concerns, there is a powerful God whom you can know, who can give your heart peace and your life strength, beyond what you could muster on your own.

And, as you talk to him and trust him, often you will see God respond with action in situations in wise and caring ways. You will see that he hears you. This does not mean we dictate to God and he does whatever we wish. However, we can know that he is very aware of us and capable of taking care of us who trust him.😍😇😘


Christianity is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Accepting Jesus as your personal Savior means placing your own personal faith and trust in Him. No one is saved by the faith of others nor the faith of someone close to you,, your family, spouse, nor parents.. No one is forgiven by doing certain deeds. The only way to be saved is to personally accept Jesus as your Savior, trusting in His death as the complete payment for your sins and His resurrection as your guarantee of eternal life (John 3:16). My question for you today..Is Jesus personally your Savior now?

God bless us all 😇


🙏 I thank you Lord for both the answered and unanswered prayers.

🙏 I thank you Lord for the relationships in the past you did not allow to continue.

🙏 I thank you Lord for the things you allowed to be delayed.

🙏 I thank you Lord for not giving the things that I wanted.

🙏 I thank You Lord for my season.

Learn to thank God not only in your happy seasons but even in your breaking seasons as well, every season serves a purpose. 💜🙏

Yes and Amen! 😊


God's invitation

“But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33)

“I came that they may have life, and life abundantly.” - Jesus (John 10:10)

Our longings exist because we are not living in the kingdom of God. The kingdom of God is not just a place. It’s a culture and a kingship where harmony, unconditional love, bravery, kindness, justice, hope and other reflections of him exist. The kingdom of God breaks into our world through those of us who trust in him as our King.

So how did the world end up in such a mess? Messy people like us chose to reject God’s way of living. We thought we could find the abundant life on our own, but it’s only added to the mess we feel.

Jesus’ invitation to us is to recognize that we are incapable of finding that life on our own and to trust him instead.


There is a blessing in being single.

Allow God to mold you, guide and equip you in preparation for that one day to come.

Singleness doesn’t mean loneliness.

Use this season to glorify God.
Use this season to enjoy life with God.
Use this season to be filled with His presence.
Use this season to be the best version of you.
Use this season to inspire others.
Use this season to make a difference.

There is blessing in singleness.It’s a season where you can focus on God alone and His affairs without worrying about any responsibilities.
1Cor 7:34
“An unmarried woman or virgin is concerned about the Lord’s affairs; Her aim is to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit…” this verse is an encouragement for you to see singleness from Paul’s perspective. In this beautiful season, you have the potential to focus on God and his work.

God bless us all..



What you do and say on social media actually matters. While many Christians carry themselves with kindness and grace at church, once they tap that social media app they transform into some kind of snarling beast.

Christians are called to be Christ’s ambassadors: “Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us” (2 Corinthians 5:20).

But for some reason on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, many times, it seems like Christ is completely absent from our minds.

Here are some tips to help us better represent Christ online — by addressing common pitfalls of Christians on social media: image, attitude, discernment, distractions and nastiness.



Here’s a fact: There’s far more bad news than good news on social media.

Christians can easily tap into that and lament the growing immorality and loss of truth around us. But we have to be careful not to be in a constant state of negativity. When Christians are more well known for what they are against than what they are for, we all lose. On your social media accounts, be sure to share truth, beauty, and goodness.

Phillippians 4:8 calls believers to think in this way: “Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

Rejoice in goodness. Share beauty. Show love.


Every day the world is up in arms about something. We debate new laws, point fingers in the aftermath of tragedy and feel the need to defend or attack every presidential tweet. I know so many college and seminary educated Christians whose Twitter feeds amount to nothing more than their commentary on current hot topics.

Certainly, some battles are worth fighting, but in reality, most people don’t care about any of these controversies after a few months have passed. Christians would be better off representing their savior with dignity and charity than having a meltdown over whatever the headlines were that day.



Politics are important, but they are not the most important. Politics can become a serious distraction from the Gospel and the Great Commission.

Over the years I’ve spoken to many unbelievers who equated Christian beliefs with their parents’ political views. Their family was more outspoken about their political beliefs than their religious beliefs, and it’s no wonder the kids picked up that the politics mattered more than the truth of God’s word.

What a shame! Let me ask you a question. If someone were to scan through your social media accounts, what would they think mattered more to you, your faith or your political party?

There’s a balance to be held for sure, but I think it’s safe to say that too many Christians seem to give too much weight to politics.


There’s no doubt about it, memes are huge in our culture. But a lot of memes feature double entendre, risqué pictures and generally crude joking.

Just like you shouldn’t say dirty jokes, don’t make dirty memes. Don’t like them. Don’t share them.



Glorifying self is the oldest sin the book. Adam & Eve fell to the serpent’s lies desiring to elevate themselves and be “like God,” and the same serpent is quietly hissing in our ears today. Avoid the temptation to use social media as an avenue to make yourself look great.

Jeremiah 9:23-24a says, “Thus says the Lord: ‘Let not the wise man boast in his wisdom, let not the mighty man boast in his might, let not the rich man boast in his riches, but let him who boasts boast in this, that he understands and knows me.’”

The following rules cover specific ways we self-elevate.


We all know it sounds tacky to brag right? So what do we do? We humble-brag!

Here are some examples: We cover up bragging with self-deprecation. (“So sore from working out at the gym for 2 hours every day before work. I’m just so out of shape!”) We use others to make ourselves look good. (“I was so encouraged eating dinner with Chris Tomlin last night. So honored to have a good friend like him who remembers nobodies like me!”) Or, we just straight up use the word “humble”. (“I’m so humbled that my latest YouTube video went viral! ”)

At the end of the day, humblebrags serve to say, “Look at me! I’m amazing AND I’m humble!”

Instead of humblebragging, just celebrate! “I got my dream job!” “Thankful for my new car!”

It’s OK to celebrate and people want to celebrate with you, but don’t ruin that with a humblebrag.


I’m a young person in ministry, and I know a lot of other young people in ministry.

One thing most of us have in common is that we don’t have a lot of money. I commonly see young Christians share things online like, “Our budget has been tight lately but we’re so thankful to have a loving family and a roof over our heads.”

While that is a good sentiment, why are we really posting those thoughts for all of social media land to see? We might as well translate that post to say “Look how spiritual we are because we are thankful even though we aren’t rich!”

Showing off your virtues online looks an awful lot like the hypocrites Jesus condemns in Matthew 6:5: “And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward.”

When you do good things, don’t seek affirmation from your Facebook friends. The affirmation from your Father in heaven is all you need.


Honestly, I get sick of seeing people post about their social media fasts. There seems to be this obligation for Christians to announce, “I’m been spending too much time on social media lately, and I’m going to take some time off to spend more time with God. If you need to contact me, you can contact me by email or text.”

First of all, no one is really that concerned others might need to contact them. But more importantly, Jesus specifically said not to announce your fasting!

“But when you fast, anoint your head and wash your face, that your fasting may not be seen by others but by your Father who is in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you” (Matthew 6:17-18).

I 100% believe that it is good to fast from social media for a season, but here’s a simple fact: You don’t need to tell the world when you do. More often than not, this amounts to bragging and extolling your own goodness.


When my wife and I were dating, we would often talk via Skype or Facetime. Back then I was a total and complete slob, but I didn’t want her to see my messiness in the background of our video chat. So what did I do?

I would push any mess to be just out of sight! That same urge I felt to look put together is felt by Christians all the time on social media.

We’ll share the photo of our family smiling perfectly, but we wouldn’t want the world to know that in order to get the picture we yelled at our kids to behave and bribed them with ice cream.

We see people share pictures of their perfect families, perfect homes and perfect lives all over the place so we feel the need to share our little snapshots of “perfect” as well.

But it’s all a sham. Have the courage to be real. Share the photos of crying kids. Laugh at your own cooking fail. While you might not look perfect, you will be honest. And as an ambassador for truth, being trustworthy is more valuable than being attractive.



There are dangers on two sides here. The first is from false teachers.

I’ve seen many Christians quick to protect false teachers and prosperity gospel preachers against unbelievers because the false teacher claims to be a Christian. Be wary because that “pastor” you are defending might be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

The other side actually comes from seemingly conservative Christian bloggers and news sources. They will travail the moral failings of our world, but teach legalism without grace. These teachers are dangerous because many of their values might align with ours, but just like there were Pharisees in Jesus’ day, there are plenty of moral people today who don’t understand the gospel.


There are a lot of inspirational quotes out there that actually contradict scripture.

There’s this one famous quote often shared by Christians that says, “I can’t believe God would want me to deny myself.”

But the Bible actually says the opposite. “Then Jesus told his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me” (Matthew 16:24).

Before you share that encouraging “Christian” quote, check to see if it lines up with what the Bible says.


So many posts or images end saying something like, “If you love Jesus, like and share. If you don’t, do nothing.”

This is nothing more than grade-school manipulation so people can get more likes on their posts.



I’m just going to say it, Christians can be downright rude, mean, and nasty on social media.

Now, when we read the Gospels, we see Christ using severe language with some people, but note He is only harsh with the self-righteous. With the lost, the prostitutes, the tax-collectors, He is gracious.

Consider Colossians 4:5-6, “Walk in wisdom toward outsiders, making the best use of the time. Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person.”


If someone shares a post, video or article I disagree with, I try to never attack the person. “How can any intelligent person believe this?” “Only a fool would believe this garbage.” These are all examples of what not to do.

When I get in a disagreement online, whether they are believers or unbelievers, I try to follow this principle: Don’t attack people, counter arguments.

Here’s a better way to disagree:

First, ask clarifying questions. Try to get a clear reason why the person believes what they believe. Then respectfully share why you disagree with their belief. Some people will get nasty no matter how polite you are. Usually that’s a good sign that you don’t need to continue the conversation.


Several months ago, I received an apology from a believer who admitted they got out of line in a disagreement on Facebook. I was blown away!

Sometimes you might get carried away. Sometimes you might realize after the fact that you probably sounded antagonistic to the other person.

Have the humility to say you’re sorry.

Bonus rule #1) Thank people for being civil

It seems like having a civil disagreement has become a rare phenomenon, but we need to learn how to disagree with charity.

On social media, I’ve had disagreements with people on a wide range of topics like abortion, atheism and racial issues. I try my best to be civil and if the other person is too, I thank them for that.

Bonus rule #2) Be an encourager!

In a world where people disagree and fight over every issue, we all could use some solid encouragement. Congratulate people on their accomplishments. Let them know you appreciate their thoughts. And above all, show the love that Jesus has shown you.

You Are Christ’s Representative Online
Social media has changed the world and the very nature of communication. We are all able to broadcast our every thought and opinion at an unprecedented scale. But Christians must not forget that everywhere we go, we represent our savior.

So before you post, tweet, or share, remember, you are an ambassador for Christ.

“In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16).



A beautiful illustration of repentance and forgiveness is the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32). The younger son wasted his father’s gift in shameful sin (verse 13). When he acknowledged his wrongdoing, he decided to return home (verse 18). He assumed he would no longer be considered a son (verse 19), but he was wrong. The father loved the returned rebel as much as ever (verse 20). All was forgiven, and a celebration ensued (verse 24). God is good to keep His promises, including the promise to forgive. “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit” (Psalm 34:18).


Having a right relationship with God begins with acknowledging your sin. Next comes a humble confession of your sin to God (Isaiah 57:15). “For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you confess and are saved” (Romans 10:10).

This repentance must be accompanied by faith – specifically, faith that Jesus’ sacrificial death and miraculous resurrection qualify Him to be your Savior. “If you confess with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved” (Romans 10:9). Many other passages speak of the necessity of faith, such as John 20:27; Acts 16:31; Galatians 2:16; 3:11, 26; and Ephesians 2:8.


Most people don’t give heaven much thought until they attend a funeral or a loved one dies. It is popular to refer to heaven as the place where "the good people go." And of course, everyone they know and love is included in the category of "good people."
But the Bible has a lot to say about life after death, and it contradicts popular opinion. John 3:16 says, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." Then in verse 36, Jesus goes on to say, "Whoever believes in the Son has eternal life, but whoever rejects the Son will not see life, for God’s wrath remains on them." Hebrews 9:27 says, "It is appointed to men once to die, but after this the judgment." According to these verses, everyone dies, but not everyone goes to heaven (Matthew 25:46; Romans 6:23; Luke 12:5; Mark 9:43).

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