God tells us to “Go ye”. 

God sends us out where people are perishing!

In spreading the Good News it requires intentionally 

taking the light into the darkness. 

Satan is fighting against us because 

we are God’s witnesses to the world.

We must stand firm, press on, 

and boldly march into the enemy’s kingdom 

to do the work we have been assigned to do.

God is lavish in His grace, 

often liberally dispensing His favor 

without even the least bit 

of cooperation 

and preparation on our part.


We can routinely avail ourselves 

of these revealed paths of blessings, 

or neglect them to our detriment.

The wider lesson is...

when we have been blessed, by God... 

those spiritual blessings are not for us 

to keep to ourselves or hide under a bushel basket. 

We are to live it and share it.

One main command of the gospel 

is to spread it,

to tell the Good News!

The Gutenberg Bible contains these words:

“God suffers in the multitude of souls 

whom His word cannot reach.”

God’s truth should not be confined or imprisoned. 

Instead, God’s steadfast love and faithfulness 

is the treasure that all of God’s Creation 

should be exposed to.

Mercy is the way grace in us 

reaches out to others. 

Grace calls us to step out of ourselves. 

Mercy shows us where to go. 

Grace is our primary encounter with God. 

Mercy extends that encounter to others. 

Grace is the presence of God within. 

Mercy is the action of God within.

Let us break the seal which seals up holy things 

and give wings to Truth in order that she soars 

and wins every soul that comes into the world! 

May God’s truth be multiplied. 

We can’t open someone’s 

heart to the truth of the


but God can.

Sharing our faith 

isn’t just a suggestion,


it’s a command. 

For those sitting on the sidelines finding fault… 

The questions become… 

Are you afraid of what others will think of you 

if you praise God? 

Are you a fresh wind that causes the seed of 

the Good News to spread,

or are you an obstacle that keeps it from 

moving further and faster?

Share God’s love and 

the Good News of Jesus!

I understand that I cannot save the world, but God can. 

It is a fact that we cannot control what other people do. 

We cannot make someone else act with integrity, 

or make someone else do the right thing, 

and we cannot make someone else be a good person,

but I do believe inspirational seeds of goodness sown 

can serve as a source of Spiritual upliftment 

to help us live a less fretful, a more fruitful, 

a more creative, and all-around improved life.

Sometimes all we need to do is light a candle.

Having a personal realization and relationship with God 

impels me to inspire others, encourage, 

and share His grace with others.

I am not a preacher or teacher, 

but I am willing, immensely honored, and humbled 

when God allows me to equip and point others 

to live a more awakened life by turning back to 

the PERFECT ONE within us Who is majestic, 

perfectly good, just, righteous, without partiality, 

faithful to His promises, 

intimately aware of all creation, and 

"Able to do exceedingly abundantly

above all that we ask or think". 

God is the journey we all yearn to be on. 

I dare not go around and beat anyone down by 

condescendingly quoting scripture 

and trying to be holier than Thou... 

I am humbled by God's willingness to love and forgive 

someone like me, and willing to remind others of 

the Fountain of all good within every one of us... 

no exceptions.

I am grateful to God that I am blessed to have the liberty 

to share edifying messages that can positively impact 

and uplift lives internally, externally, and eternally.

Cultivating a close relationship with God 

does not require one to be perfect.

I can’t and don't intend to deny the reality 

of what God has done in my life. 

When I reflect on my past

 and the many times I made poor choices 

and bad turns… I look and see... 

undeserved grace and mercy...

all over me. 

When I think about illnesses, prayers answered, 

close calls in traffic, 

and the many storms that we have weathered… 

I see where God’s grace and mercy kept us. 

This is something I could never earn.

When I am reminded of the times I felt like I could not make it... 

or take another step, but somehow I did… some may say it was “Luck”, 

but Believers will say it was

the power of God’s Divine “Grace” 

that imparted the strength 

to help me endure and get through it.

God’s grace ignites gratitude within me. 

Apart from God...I am nothing. 

I sincerely believe, anything less than 

full acknowledgement 

of  how powerful God’s love 

is for us, 

and how He pours out 

His goodness on us 

like we had never sinned…


renders one as a total ingrate.

How can one feel justified in praising man, the finite... 

with his limited knowledge and understanding; 

yet, shrink back and not share 

The Good News about the Creator, 

Who is Infinitely above 

anything and everything, visible and invisible, 

we can attempt to discern or express?

All things in Heaven and on earth are under God's  

immeasurable, boundless, immense, endless, 

forever, and Omnipresent authority.

Hebrews 13:16 reminds us...

Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, 

for such sacrifices are pleasing to God. 

Many times we want to shine, 

without the pain and uncertainty 

of what those seasons of pain taught us. 

We long to reflect beauty 

without the glaring weakness of deep cracks 

that line our stories and fill us with holes. 

We want to cover what was broken and scarred, 

masking the struggles of a past 

that took us down difficult pathways. 

And yet, embracing and sharing the beauty 

of the broken is what enables us to live free... 

with greater purpose, 

changed hearts, and renewed vision.

When we overcome, 

we are able to strengthen others. 

Out of our greatest tests comes our greatest testimony.

Proverbs 3:27 reminds us...

Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due 

when it is in your power to do it. 

Proverbs 11:25 tells us...

Whoever brings blessing will be enriched,

and one who waters will himself be watered.

Lifting God’s Name up, and even blogging… 

being a conduit, a vessel for God to use 

doesn’t require one to be perfect. 

I understand that I cannot save the world. 

It is a fact that we cannot control what other people do. 

We cannot make someone else act with integrity, 

or make someone else do the right thing, 

and we cannot make someone else be a good person,

but I do believe words of inspiration and encouragement 

can change things. 

Sometimes all we need to do is light a candle.

Having a personal realization and relationship with God 

impels me to inspire others, encourage, 

and share whatever God allows me to share with others... 

with gentleness and respect.

We all experience times and situations 

when we need an encourager—

someone who lifts us up if we’re down, 

motivates us to keep going when we want to give up, 

and stands with us through challenging circumstance.

When we are encouraged in Christ, 

we have strength to put on our Spiritual armor 

and remain steadfast (see Ephesians 6:10-18).

What’s more, each of us needs to be an encourager 

to someone else. There are people all around us 

who are discouraged and could use a word of comfort 

or an act of kindness. 

Whether friends, family members, acquaintances, 

or strangers, we could make a tremendous difference 

in someone’s life and give them a glimpse of Christ 

as we follow His example of compassion and kindness.

Proverbs 16:24 says, 

“Pleasant words are a honeycomb, 

sweet to the soul and healing to the bones.”

God’s Word is full of encouragement.

But encourage one another daily, as long as it is called

Today, so that none of you may be hardened by sin’s 

deceitfulness,” Hebrews 3:13 tells us. 

First Thessalonians 5:11 says, 

“Therefore encourage one another and build

 each other up, just as in fact you are doing.” 

Throughout the Bible we see instructions 

to encourage one another

 and verses that are meant to encourage us. 

Why is encouragement emphasized in the Bible? 

Primarily because encouragement is necessary

to our walk of faith.

Without encouragement hardship becomes 

meaningless, pointless, and burdensome.

Without encouragement one's will to press on wanes.

Encouragement makes it easier to live in 

a fallen world in a holy way. 

Encouragement makes it easier to love as Jesus loved 

(see John 13:34-35). 

Encouragement gives hope (Romans 15:4).

Encouragement helps us through times of discipline 

and testing (Hebrews 12:5). 

Encouragement nurtures patience and kindness

 (see 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 and Galatians 5:22-26).

 Encouragement makes it easier to sacrifice 

our own desires for the advancement of God’s kingdom. 

In short, it is a blessing to be a blessing.

I am not a preacher or teacher, but I know, first hand 

that life can be difficult. 

I believe to “exhort,” “urge,” “encourage,” “give joy,” 

and “comfort” is what God created some people 

to do and be.

I am so humbled by God's willingness 

to love and forgive someone like me.

I am forever grateful to God that I am blessed 

to have the liberty to share edifying messages 

that can positively impact and uplift lives 

internally, externally, and eternally.

This website was created to serve as a vehicle to share 

the Good News about God's wondrous love for us, 

His mighty power, and the wonderful ways 

He will bless us and has blessed us.

The Scriptures teach us that we should desire to tell others 

about God's goodness, God's wisdom, God's grace and 

mercy towards us. 

Yes, we should to tell about God's Omnipresence, 

His presence everywhere at the same time, 

that He is Omnipotent... He is all-

sufficient, and His Omniscience, 

He knows all things.

How amazing it is to tell others how you experienced 

God... when He kept us from falling. 

Some may not realize that God controls

and quiets storms, and God can do far more abundantly 

than all that we ask or think.

God is the Good News...

God is our Solution.

I believe as we let God's light shine through us... 

others will desire to know the Source of our joy.

Sharing positive messages that will bless another heart

is not to secure applause and/or accolades 

or to stimulate and flatter the ego.

In sharing the Good News with others... 

both the messenger and the recipient 

can be blessed in gaining enthusiasm, 

they can become more positive and faithful, 

they can feel more satisfied with life, 

and become a better person 

who has come to realize God. 

The benefits of sharing the Good News 

has a rippling effect and can change lives 

for the better.

My goal and soul desire is to surrender all... 

anddo God’s Will,

to honor God with my gifts and talents, 

and not allow side liners to discourage me.