Get Yourself Into The Upper Room

    Pic from RHOF   It is a lazy Friday afternoon and I am chillaxing,(as the kids would say) just listening to one of my playlists on Pandora. I have this intense look on my face and my brow is furrowed and tight. While I am trying to study, a song stands out right away. It […]

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The Poet’s Inspirational Perspective

    Welcome to a new series of videos I will be calling: “The Poet’s Inspirational Perspective.” I will try to publish quick videos of inspiration and God’s truth from time to time. It is my hope that you will share them with others and be inspired to live for Jesus in a deeper way. […]

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From Vacation To Salvation

    Good Day! Since Summer is the time for vacations and road trips, I thought this post would be appropriate. A lot of us followers of Christ will be taking trips since the weather is getting hot and many are getting the itch to smell some fresh air. As the miles start to click […]

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Sink Your Roots Down, Watch Your Fruit Rise Up!

  Here’s another wonderful principle from the book of Isaiah. Those of us, who are willing to send our roots deep in the Lord, being fully invested(Heart, Mind, and Deed), will see the fruit of it manifest and rise upward in your life. If you feel “out of whack” today. Stop, listen to the Lord, […]

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Quips, Jabs, And Slights

I have been reading in the book of Isaiah Chapter 36 today and noticed a fundamental principle of God and a fear-tactic of the enemy. The words trust and deliver really jump off of the page in this chapter. An interesting scene unfolds here. A representative of the Assyrian army surrounds Judah and taunts the people […]

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Look, No Hands!

[2Corinthians 5:7 NIV] 7 For we live by faith, not by sight. Do you remember when you were a child? One of the most exhilarating memories I have as a little guy is riding my bike with no hands. The first time you try a “No Hander” is a tenuous experience. If you have been […]

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When we keep Je…

Originally posted on The Great Plains Poet:
When we keep Jesus in the foreground, all the cares of the world slowly drift into the background. Stay close to Him my friends!! One of the things that keeps me sane is knowing there are others out there that desperately need my prayers. That helps me put…

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