I’ve been sewing/quilting over the pass six – eight months. Here’s a snapshot of my last finish project.
Keep your life clean before God.
“Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards, our vineyards that are in bloom,” (Song of Solomon 2:15).
It’s the little foxes that spoil the vine. The little foxes are the “Little sins” that some of us refer to as “secret sins, however, these so call secret sins can be detrimental to the Christians’ walk. First of all let me explain, sin is not hidden from God. He is omnipotent, omnipresent, and omniscient. He does not view our sins as small or large, with God “sin is SIN.” He judges all sin and there are consequences that follow.
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WHAT’S SIGNIFICANT ABOUT THE NUMBER SEVEN? – Part 2
If you’ve read my last published article, this article is a continuation of that. As I was studying and gathering facts pertaining to God’s pattern for designing creation, I discovered that the number “7” was quite unique. God chose to use the number “7” as a key factor in establishing laws, decrees, and in creation as well. As I previously stated, I believe that it is impossible for man to know every detail that pertains to the many thoughts, ways, and manifold wisdom of the God (read Job 38-41). Although we do know that whatever God does, He has a reason, a plan and a purpose. Only He holds the secrets to life and death, from beginning of creation to completion. The number seven is known for being “God’s number”, and therefore, “7” represent completion.
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Of all the articles that I have written thus far, this one is the most sensitive to me. I feel this way because this is my personal testimony of my initial call for ministry service from God. Of all the pictures I have shared on my post, this one depicts me the most at that time. I love this picture because four years ago I was this woman. I lived in a broken down home that was not my own, but it was the place that God led me, to take His yoke upon me and learn from him (Matt. 11:29). I lived in this place, but I did not own it nor was my name on a lease or contract. I was a temporary resident, living like a squatter. I never could have imaged that I would ever living in a place like this. I did come from a…
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What do you get when AFROPHIRE joins forces with KINKy Krescendo? 2 DynamiK Sistas, that’s what! Our founding editor Cherese Agee has linked up with KINKy Krescendo founder La-Fonda Godfrey to bring to you the CURLjam Twitter Chat, musical natural hair talk amongst curls.
Tweet with 2 DynamiK Sistas live on Wednesday, August 20th at 8:00pm EST using the hashtag #2DSCHAT. Also, be sure to get connected by following @KINKyKrescendo and @AFROPHIREMAG on twitter. Don’t miss this event where everyone will be sharing about their beautiful curls while making some new curl connections. See you there and can’t wait to chat with you!
I’ll be at the CURLjam Twitter Chat this Wednesday with 2 DynamiK Sistas @AFROPHIREMAG and @KINKyKrescendo. #2DSCHAT
The blood of Christ is the basis of the New Covenant. With a new and better covenant. Thank you Father!
The phrase the “Blood of Christ” is the expression of the sacrificial death and full atoning work of Jesus on our behalf. Christ literally bled on the cross and died for many sinners. The blood of Christ has the power to atone for an infinite number of sins committed by many people throughout ages, whose faith in the blood will be saved.
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While your little one is excited about making new friends and wearing their Disney inspired backpack, first time moms are usually nervous wrecks who hold their breath until the final bell rings. How do I know? Because my only child started kindergarten three weeks ago and I panicked! The almost nervous melt down didn’t arise because I thought he’d be in danger or mistreated – even though that’ll cross your mind from time to time. It was realizing that the baby I once had is “a big boy” being pushed out into this great, big world (and that I’m getting old.)
Sending my son to a year round school this year has given me an early taste of what it feels like to be a kindergartener’s mom. We’re still learning as we go, but in the short weeks of this new journey, I’ve learned 10 things to know before your child…
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