God and Jesus Christ

Feeling all alone? Got problems and no help? You’re going to be okay.

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Westleigh

All the answers you need are inside you.

“Every wakeful step, every mindful act is the direct path to awakening. Wherever you go, there you are.” –Buddha

I’m always honored when anyone asks me for help of one kind or another. I am working on some projects that should make it easier to get more information out to you on more of a schedule. While I wish I could attend to each person the way I prefer, I know it’s not possible for each one of you to sit with me, personally, on a couch, under hypnosis, or under the spell of one of my best chicken soup recipes and sent back into the world with a kiss on your forehead. I do want to tell you this: the information that comes to you, in one way or another, from one experience or another, in ways you expect and the unexpected, is exactly what you need at the time you receive it. (more…)

I’ll Do It For You and I Don’t Need to Know Your Name

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Pray

Pray

I know things have been really hard for a lot of people this year. These first six months of 2014 felt more like an extension of the worst months of 2013. I didn’t escape the punishment, trust me. So much of my life needed correcting that the universe felt it necessary to stack lessons on me all at once. And I worked with each element each time. And I cried a lot. And I prayed. (more…)

Blessed Is He Who Comes In The Name Of The Lord!

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Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For people who know and love Jesus, today is a special day! Palm Sunday is the day we remember Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem in about 30 A.D, one week before his death and resurrection. So many people had come to greet him for Passover! The people waved palm branches and laid branches down on the ground. Our precious savior, Jesus, entered Jerusalem on a donkey. Jesus was so very gentle, so humble.

After many months of traveling around and preaching about the Kingdom of God, healing sick people, and spreading his messages, he knew his time was short. He soon would be Messiah, not teacher. He knew his mission was almost complete. Jesus told his disciples that he would soon be taken from them, that he would die, and that he would return to them in three days. His disciples were pained, sad — they didn’t want to believe this. They wept. As they got closer to the city, Jesus told the disciples that a donkey and its colt would be waiting for him, and to tell the owner that the Lord needed the donkey and colt and the animals would be given to them. Jesus chose to ride into Jerusalem on the back of a donkey, a most humble creature, a creature in service. (more…)

Author Dave Whitman

“All Things”, by Dave Whitman

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“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many brethren. Moreover whom He predestined, these He also called; whom He called, these He also justified; and whom He justified, these He also glorified. What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?” Rom 8:28-32. All things work together for good to those who love God. No matter what we are going through, no matter how tough or unfair or even how pointless (in our minds), there is a purpose for it or we wouldn’t be going through it. And God’s promise is that it is for our own good. He promises us that. God never lies and He always keep His promises. We are not promised that this good will happen in this life, it might not come to pass until we are in the presence of Jesus but nevertheless we are still promised that everything will turn out for our good.

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God Wants to Talk to You

God is Great — Prayer Helps!

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Thank you, all my friends around the globe, for all your sincere prayers for my brother, Alex Yanez. He was in the hospital undergoing emergency exploratory surgery on his foot with amputation a distinct possibility. With all your prayers and intercession, God has granted him a blessing: no amputation needed, a few days in the hospital, and today he’s going home — within the hour or so! He will be recovering at home and undergoing five or six weeks of antibiotic therapy. Thanks again for caring, praying, and staying close to me.

All my love,
Rita

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