Help Needed

God gives and God takes away, Blessed be the name of the Lord. Job 1:21

Thursday night, September 8, 2016, before I went to bed I did what had become a habit, to go in Eman’s room, kiss him on his forehead and whisper in his ear, Mama Loves You…

Friday morning, September 9, 2016, God decided that it was time to bring Emanuel up to heaven with him so that he could do the things that he couldn’t do on this earth.

This is a out of the box step for me but I really need everyones help.  I’m asking for donations to help with the furneral expenses for Emanuel James Martin by the GoFundMe account or any offline donations.

This GoFundMe account for Emanuel was created in order to get him a new van but now God has saw fit to use it to help with his burial expenses.

Having a pre-existing condition can keep you from getting the important things like life insurance and we could not insurance Emanuel.

Click here to go to the GoFundMe account for Emanuel Martin.

The link still says van4eman, but it is now being used to help with the expenses.

Any help anyone can give us at this time will be greatly appreciated.

He was my Joy, he was my Heart and I will miss him so much especially that contagious smile of his.


Thanks again everybody and May God Bless You All!

In Jesus Name, Amen


Are You Setting An Example?

1 Corinthians 7:9 ESV
But if they cannot exercise self-control, they should marry. For it is better to marry than to burn with passion.


I am going to say something that will probably put me on the HOT seat and cost me some friends and maybe family but when the Holy Spirit moves me to say something, I obey. I want to know what has happened to the institution of marriage. Yes, my marriage did not last, but I was on paper. Everyone these days want to shack-up with someone without a committment, even some older folks. What message are we sending our children today, “Oh, that it’s o.k. to live with someone and play husband and wife. When your children get old enough to date and move in with a boyfriend or girlfriend, are you going to allow it? Well, if you are living with someone and not married to them, you really don’t have a say so in the matter. If you are a TRUE Christian with a PERSONAL Relationship with the Lord, then you would never be able to think about living with someone because your conscience would eat you alive. It wouldn’t feel right. Ladies and Gentlemen please think about the message you are sending to this hurting generation that is coming up because if we don’t correct our actions and lives, they are not going to think twice because they will think it is O.K. Personally I was scared to stay over night, stay in a hotel, have a boyfriend in my bedroom or get pregnant when I was a teenager because I feared my parents. Yes, you might be from a single parent home or a single parent of teenagers but you can still tell them what’s right but only if you are living and setting an example yourself. Please don’t come try and take me out, I have a right to express my opinion and if I am wrong, I will welcome an explanation. I am doing what Pastor Donald Walker Jr. Ministries said on yesterday and “Walking It Out,” because I have tried the WORLD and the WORLD is not for me. I’m not perfect and sho’nuff no angel but Y’all getting ready to see the FIRE in me. No more playing just seriousness. #SayingWhatIsOnMyMind….#IfYouOnlyKnew….#ButGod

Complaining is a Sin! — Joyce Meyers


What a great day to have this devotional to read.
Jesus didn’t complain as they were beating him to be crucified. Here prayed for us allow.
I am so guilty of this, but I’m working on it in Jesus name.
We all do it. #beblessed

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In Ephesians 4:29, the apostle Paul instructs us not to use any foul or polluting language. At
one time, I didn’t realize that this included complaining, but I have since learned that murmuring and complaining pollute our lives.

Plain and simple, complaining is a sin! It causes many people a great deal of problems in their lives and destroys the joy of anyone listening.

We need to ask ourselves, how quick are we to become impatient and begin to complain when stuck in traffic or while waiting in checkout lanes in grocery stores or department stores? How quick are we to spot and point out all the faults of our friends or family members? Do we complain about our job when we should be thanking God that we have one?

The best antidote for complaining is thanksgiving. Truly thankful people do not complain. They are too busy being grateful for all the good things they have that they have no time to notice the things they could complain about.

The Bible says that we are to enter God’s courts with praise and thanksgiving. You and I need to make it a daily goal to live a life of thanksgiving. Let’s be as positive and grateful as possible.

Try going to bed at night pondering everything you have to be thankful for. Let it be the first thing you do in the morning. Thank God for “little” things or things you might normally take for granted: a parking place, waking up in time for work, a meal, your family… Don’t get discouraged when you fail, but don’t throw in the towel and quit either. Keep at it until you have developed new habits and you are living with an attitude of gratitude.

Be generous with your gratitude. It will sweeten your relationship with the Lord.

Prayer Starter: God, I want to live with an attitude of gratitude, starting right now! I thank you so much for loving me and for blessing me. Help me see the positive things in life and to thank You for them.