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    • June 27, 2017 Necessary Changes In the world of technology and computers updates are not only common but more importantly they're necessary. Because we live in a world that's constantly evolving and changing, if computers were the same as when they first came out, I would venture to say things would get quite frustrating. Could you imagine still connecting to the internet as if it were 1998? Of course not. Not only does it help limit public frustration but constant updates help protect from the thousands of viruses and malware that come out everyday. This necessary change not only applies to technology but it should apply to us as well. Some things that will never change, God whose name is Jesus (He's the same yesterday, today, and forevermore), the word of God, and the plan of salvation (it still takes repentance, baptism in Jesus name, and the initial sign of speaking in tongues). But us as individuals walking through this journey have to be able to accept change around us, as well as allow change to occur in us. If not, like technology not only will we cause frustration within ourselves, but it will also affect those around us. It takes a great sense of humility to change oneself, especially after you've gotten so used to being a certain way. But does being a certain way for so long really mean you are incapable of adapting to the world around you? We are humans created from dust which is not a solid material, meaning it can be reformed and re shaped. That which does not go against His word, I would venture to ask the Lord what is it in me or around me that needs changing? If you're one of the many looking for something to change continue to hold on and wait on the Lord, eventually an automatic update will take place. 1 Corinthians 13:11, "When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things." ~Minister Poet~
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                    • June 20, 2017 Through The Storm Who can remember going through school and having to make a survival kit? Depending on the state you lived in it may have been a kit preparing for an earthquake, tornado, flood, or hurricane. Either way the kit was strategically designed to get you through whatever it is you would have to endure. These kits always included water, a blanket and some food that was non perishable. Whatever the situation you would be prepared to handle it because you had your kit. What about this journey known as life? This life in itself is one big storm but how many have the kit to survive? You know the water baptism that washes away sins, the non perishing Holy Ghost, and the word of God that covers you as a blanket to keep you until the end. A kit specifically designed for life's greatest storms and if you trust it, will get you through it! With every storm comes preparation for it or a drill. How many times have you faced something on a smaller scale that through the experience from that allowed you handle the bigger tests? Every storm you face when you look at it through the prism of Christ's love, grace, and mercy should propel your mind to the understanding that it all ends in victory! Are storms designed to be light? No that's why they're called storms! But when the perspective changes from the storm to faith you're able to say it is a light affliction. I can't tell you how you should go through the storms you face because we all deal with things differently, however what I can do is encourage you that no matter the storm it will cease and you will be soon enough on the other side. Mark 4:35, "And the same day, when the even was come, he saith unto them, Let us pass over unto the other side." ~Minister Poet~
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