There is nothing that inspires me and makes my creative juices flow than listening to #bethelmusic ❤️❤️🙌🙌 “I am the Lord your peace, no evil will conquer you
Steady now your heart and mind, come into My rest
Oh, let your faith arise, lift up your weary head
I am with you wherever you go

Come to Me, I’m all you need.
Come to Me, I’m everything
Come to Me, I’m all you need.
Come to Me, I’m your everything”

Best #selfie ever!! A ver @molinabeltrand si puedes tomarte un selfie mejor que este!!!!!!!! 🙌🙌

Best #selfie ever!! A ver @molinabeltrand si puedes tomarte un selfie mejor que este!!!!!!!! 🙌🙌

Esta foto que vi en pinterest me hizo recordar un fragmento de un spoken word que escribí que se llama “selfie” lo pueden escuchar en iTunes y spotify (https://itun.es/us/TIHh0) “Tus moradas son infinitas y el esplendor de tu habitación no se compara con nada que antes haya visto, de mis transgresiones no me acuerdo y mis enemigos ya no tienen nombre, pues cuando las acusaciones que fueron pronunciadas en mi contra, me sentenciaban a muerte,  Tu viniste a mi rescate para servirme de fiador y más que de fiador! Tu pagaste por mi condena y nunca más recordaste mis transgresiones.”

Esta foto que vi en pinterest me hizo recordar un fragmento de un spoken word que escribí que se llama “selfie” lo pueden escuchar en iTunes y spotify (https://itun.es/us/TIHh0) “Tus moradas son infinitas y el esplendor de tu habitación no se compara con nada que antes haya visto, de mis transgresiones no me acuerdo y mis enemigos ya no tienen nombre, pues cuando las acusaciones que fueron pronunciadas en mi contra, me sentenciaban a muerte, Tu viniste a mi rescate para servirme de fiador y más que de fiador! Tu pagaste por mi condena y nunca más recordaste mis transgresiones.”

Today I read an interesting article called “The Art of Thinking Brilliantly” at www.brilliantperspectives.com and this phrase caught my attention.  To be honest the entire article made me meditate a lot about finding opportunities in the middle of difficult circumstances and  it also gave me an excuse to practice my calligraphy. 🙌🙌😁

Today I read an interesting article called “The Art of Thinking Brilliantly” at www.brilliantperspectives.com and this phrase caught my attention. To be honest the entire article made me meditate a lot about finding opportunities in the middle of difficult circumstances and it also gave me an excuse to practice my calligraphy. 🙌🙌😁

Y temerán desde el occidente el nombre de Jehová, y desde el nacimiento del sol su gloria; porque vendrá el enemigo como río, mas el Espíritu de Jehová levantará bandera contra él. (‭Isaías‬ ‭59‬:‭19‬ RVR1960) Amé esta palabra 💪💪💪 Te amo Dios! ❤️❤️ Fotografía vía Pinterest

Y temerán desde el occidente el nombre de Jehová, y desde el nacimiento del sol su gloria; porque vendrá el enemigo como río, mas el Espíritu de Jehová levantará bandera contra él. (‭Isaías‬ ‭59‬:‭19‬ RVR1960) Amé esta palabra 💪💪💪 Te amo Dios! ❤️❤️ Fotografía vía Pinterest

Loved this ❤️❤️ #elizabethelliot

Loved this ❤️❤️ #elizabethelliot

When I saw the wind hitting these palm trees, I thought of a song my husband and I used to sing to the “Celebrate Recovery” group of our Church in ATL. They really LOVED that song…🎧🎤🎼🎵 “And even when the strongest winds begin to blow
I will stand my ground I will not be moved
And I will not be shaken” (at Matheson Hammock Park)

When I saw the wind hitting these palm trees, I thought of a song my husband and I used to sing to the “Celebrate Recovery” group of our Church in ATL. They really LOVED that song…🎧🎤🎼🎵 “And even when the strongest winds begin to blow
I will stand my ground I will not be moved
And I will not be shaken” (at Matheson Hammock Park)

I read this on my daughter’s science book. No wonder I have an obsession with all sort of palm trees. “The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon” (Psalm 92:12). Believers are often likened to trees in Scripture: “He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper” (Psalm 1:3). “I am like a green olive tree in the house of God” (Psalm 52:8). “His branches shall spread, and His beauty shall be as the olive tree, and His smell as Lebanon” (Hosea 14:6). The palm-tree figure is especially intriguing. In Scripture, the palm is always the date palm, stately and beautiful. It has extremely deep tap roots—called a root ball—and thus can flourish even in the desert, growing tall and living long. It is perhaps the most useful of all trees, not only producing dates, but also sugar, wine, honey, oil, resin, rope, thread, tannin, and dyestuff. Its seeds are fed to cattle and its leaves are used for roofs, fences, mats, and baskets. Its fruit is said to get sweeter as the tree grows older, and this is compared to the believer in a beautiful verse: “Those that be planted in the house of the LORD shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be fat and flourishing” (Psalm 92:13,14). It was palm branches that padded the path of the Lord Jesus as He rode into Jerusalem on the ass’s colt on that first Palm Sunday long ago (John 12:13; Matthew 21:8). This itself was a picture in miniature of the great multitude of the redeemed and resurrected saints who will greet the Lord Jesus at His throne, “clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands”; crying, “Salvation to our God which sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb” (Revelation 7:9,10). May God enable each of us to flourish like the palm tree—beautiful in the Lord, useful in His service, bearing good fruit to His glory, even into old age!

I read this on my daughter’s science book. No wonder I have an obsession with all sort of palm trees. “The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon” (Psalm 92:12). Believers are often likened to trees in Scripture: “He shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper” (Psalm 1:3). “I am like a green olive tree in the house of God” (Psalm 52:8). “His branches shall spread, and His beauty shall be as the olive tree, and His smell as Lebanon” (Hosea 14:6). The palm-tree figure is especially intriguing. In Scripture, the palm is always the date palm, stately and beautiful. It has extremely deep tap roots—called a root ball—and thus can flourish even in the desert, growing tall and living long. It is perhaps the most useful of all trees, not only producing dates, but also sugar, wine, honey, oil, resin, rope, thread, tannin, and dyestuff. Its seeds are fed to cattle and its leaves are used for roofs, fences, mats, and baskets. Its fruit is said to get sweeter as the tree grows older, and this is compared to the believer in a beautiful verse: “Those that be planted in the house of the LORD shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bring forth fruit in old age; they shall be fat and flourishing” (Psalm 92:13,14). It was palm branches that padded the path of the Lord Jesus as He rode into Jerusalem on the ass’s colt on that first Palm Sunday long ago (John 12:13; Matthew 21:8). This itself was a picture in miniature of the great multitude of the redeemed and resurrected saints who will greet the Lord Jesus at His throne, “clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands”; crying, “Salvation to our God which sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb” (Revelation 7:9,10). May God enable each of us to flourish like the palm tree—beautiful in the Lord, useful in His service, bearing good fruit to His glory, even into old age!

La verdadera humildad es dependencia en Dios || True humility is depending on God «No se turbe su corazón. Ustedes creen en Dios; crean también en mí. (San Juan 14:1 RVC)

La verdadera humildad es dependencia en Dios || True humility is depending on God «No se turbe su corazón. Ustedes creen en Dios; crean también en mí. (San Juan 14:1 RVC)

La verdadera humildad es dependencia en Dios || True humility is depending on God «No se turbe su corazón. Ustedes creen en Dios; crean también en mí. (San Juan 14:1 RVC)

La verdadera humildad es dependencia en Dios || True humility is depending on God «No se turbe su corazón. Ustedes creen en Dios; crean también en mí. (San Juan 14:1 RVC)