• Help Thou Me - Title Image for Womens KJV Devotional
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    Help Thou Me

    Countless times, I’ve been in stressful situations where I felt I couldn’t handle circumstances on my own. I needed help. “Please help me, Lord,” has been uttered from my lips numerous times. Truthfully, I have almost felt sort of guilty with the simplicity of my prayer. Should I have taken time to construct a more eloquent speech with my prayer request? Psalm 119:86 kjv says, “All thy commandments are faithful: they persecute me wrongfully; help thou me.” When I read David’s simple prayer, “Help thou me,” I felt a peace that my own simple, heartfelt pleas have been adequate at overwhelming times when I simply didn’t know what to pray,…

  • Title Text: 10 Simple Ways to Combat and Deal with Stress
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    10 Simple Ways to Combat and Deal with Stress

    Today, I would like to share some helpful tips on dealing with stress. Since stress can cause depression, anxiety and a number of other health issues, it’s a topic worthy of being discussed and an issue that needs to be addressed so that we can offer the best of ourselves to our family and in the ministry. Most women deal with stress on a continual basis. The Lord God, in His wisdom, created women with a nurturing spirit. We have a tendency to extend ourselves emotionally and physically for healing and support of our family and friends. Because of this, we can easily get overwhelmed and drown ourselves into a…

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    A Lesson Learned from Manasseh

    The Bible, God’s Holy Word, is truly a source from which we can glean lessons on a daily basis. I found some valuable truths while recently reading of Manasseh in II Chronicles 33 Starting with a little background… Manasseh was 12 years old when he began to reign in Jerusalem. He reigned a total of 55 years. (vs. 1) He was a king that did evil in the sight of the Lord. (vs. 2) Here’s a few truths to take away from II Chronicles 33… 1. When we do wrong, we also influence others to do wrong. God’s Word says, that “Manasseh made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to…

  • Good Morning, Lord (Devotional)
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    Good Morning, Lord!

    “My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.” – Psalm 5:3 KJV This simple Bible verse of David’s psalm spoke volumes to my heart this week. There’s three simple points that I would like to share with you from my perspective. 1. Prayer was a priority for David. David prayed in the morning — before getting side-tracked with other activities of his day. He didn’t neglect to say, “Good morning, Lord!” “Thank you for your goodness and your mercies.” (Psalm 145:9) “Thank you for another day.” (Psalm 118:24) We, too, have a wonderful privilege…

  • Title Image: Our View Versus God's View
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    Our View Versus God’s View

    Monday morning, as my hubby and I were traveling, the weather was grey, wet and drizzly. It wasn’t the picture-perfect-sunshiny kind of day. The gloom weighed upon us while driving, and yet, there was a sliver of peace resting in the atmosphere. I looked far ahead to view the horizon. There in the long distant, you could see the sun shining radiantly. There was a town or city, numerous miles ahead, that was enjoying a bright, gleeful day. This reminded me of life’s trials — our view versus God’s view. Although we may look at the gloomy present surrounding us, God clearly sees what’s ahead to give us an expected,…