Monthly Archives: June 2015

Through The Bible In One Year


  1. Psalms 79-82
  2. Psalms 83-86
  3. Psalms 87:1-89:37
  4. Psalms 89:38-91:13
  5. Psalms 91:14-94:16
  6. Psalms 94:17-98:3
  7. Psalms 98:4-102:7
  8. Psalms 102:8-104:4
  9. Psalms 104:5-105:24
  10. Psalms 105:25-106:33
  11. Psalms 106:34-107:38
  12. Psalms 107:39-109:31
  13. Psalms 110-113
  14. Psalms 114:1-118:9
  15. Psalms 118:10-119:40
  16. Psalm 119:41-96
  17. Psalm 119:97-160
  18. Psalms 119:161-124:8
  19. Psalms 125-131
  20. Psalms 132:1-135:14
  21. Psalms 135:15-138:3
  22. Psalms 138:4-140:13
  23. Psalms 141:1-145:7
  24. Psalms145:8-148:6
  25. Psalms 148:7-150:6; Proverbs 1:1-2:9
  26. Proverbs 2:10-5:14
  27. Proverbs 5:15-8:11
  28. Proverbs 8:12-11:11
  29. Proverbs 11:12-13:25
  30. Proverbs 14-16
  31. Proverbs 17-20

Arise and Shine

Good day to all!

John 17:13-23

Are we trying to get the world’s approval? Jesus is pretty clear in these scriptures. As we have seen in the last week this world and our country is in a mess. We must stand up and represent the truth at all cost and Jesus is the truth. Jesus is coming soon and there is much work to be done. He is depending on us. We will arise to the occasion!

Arise and shine!

Be blessed!



I Want To Tell Everyone Of His Greatness

Good day to all you anointed, blessed, highly favored saints of God!

Psalm 26:1-12

Let’s start our week off with a positive confession, positive thinking, positive speaking, and a positive attitude.  We serve a risen Savior! Jesus is alive and well and because of that so are we.

Be positive!

Be blessed!


Remembering The 4th

Remembering the Fourth of July—  America’s Day of Deliverance

Remembering the Fourth of July— America’s Day of Deliverance

by David Barton

This Fourth of July America celebrates its 228th birthday! The Fourth of July is one of our most-celebrated holidays, a fact confirmed by a very elderly John Quincy Adams in a speech he delivered on July 4 in 1837, America’s 61st birthday.

John Quincy Adams properly reminded the crowd that one of the most important elements of the American movement for independence had been its spiritual underpinnings. He asked:

Why is it that, next to the birthday of the Savior of the World, our most joyous and most venerated festival occurs on this day? And why is it that thousands and tens of thousands among us year after year celebrate the birthday of the nation? Is it not that the birthday of the nation is indissolubly linked with the birthday of the Savior? That it forms a leading event in the progress of the Gospel dispensation? Is it not that the Declaration of Independence first organized the social compact on the foundation of the Redeemer’s mission upon earth? That it laid the cornerstone of human government upon the first precepts of Christianity?

The fact that there was a spiritual emphasis at the birth of the nation was confirmed by numerous others. For example, Benjamin Kent, in a letter to Samuel Adams, declared: “It is God’s doing!”

So clearly did John Adams see God’s hand in America’s independence, he even believed that to help America achieve her independence was the single reason God had created him. As he told his wife, Abigail: “The Colonies must be declared free and independent States…. When these things shall be once well finished, or in a way of being so, I shall think that I have answered the end of my creation.”

In a similar tone, John Page (later a Virginia governor) told Thomas Jefferson, “I am highly pleased with your Declaration. God preserve the United States! We know the race is not to the swift nor the battle to the strong (Ecclesiastes 9:11). Do you not think an angel rides in the whirlwind and directs this storm?”

Yet, declaring independence was only the beginning. Much sacrifice, patience and reliance on God would still be required. As signer of the declaration, Abraham Clark explained: “This seems now to be[gin] a trying season; but that indulgent Father who hath hitherto preserved us will, I trust, appear for our help, and prevent our being crushed; if otherwise, His will be done.”

Our founders knew that without God’s help—or, as they announced in the declaration itself—“a firm reliance on…divine Providence”—they would never achieve their objective.

While we celebrate our liberties this year, let us not forget that those liberties came only through great, personal sacrifice: Nine of the 56 signers of the declaration died during the war. Five were captured by the British and tortured before their death. Twelve had their homes destroyed by British troops, and three lost their sons to the enemy. Such sacrifices remind us that liberty is never free—every generation must defend it anew.

The possibility that we might forget the sacrifices necessary to preserve liberty was something which troubled our founders. This was made clear in a letter from Dr. Benjamin Rush to John Adams after witnessing the celebration surrounding America’s 35th birthday in 1811. Dr. Rush told Mr. Adams:

The 4th of July has been celebrated in Philadelphia in the manner I expected. The military men, and particularly one of them, ran away with all the glory of the day. But scarcely a word was said of the solicitude and labors and fears and sorrows and sleepless nights of the men who projected, proposed, defended, and subscribed [signed] the Declaration of Independence. Do you recollect your memorable speech upon the day on which the vote was taken? Do you recollect the pensive and awful silence which pervaded the House when we were called up, one after another, to the table of the President of Congress [John Hancock] to subscribe what was believed by many at that time to be our own death warrants?…

While we should remember the sacrifices, it is more important that we remember the proper manner to celebrate the Fourth of July. What is the proper manner? The answer was given in a letter that John Adams wrote Abigail on the day they approved the declaration. He forecast: “I am apt to believe that [this day] will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the ‘Day of Deliverance’ by solemn acts of devotion to God Almighty!”

Celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks, festivities and parades. But also celebrate it by setting aside a time to thank God for His numerous blessings upon our country.

David Barton, nationally known author and public speaker, is the founder and president of WallBuilders, a pro-family organization which seeks to educate grass-roots society to rebuild America’s constitutional, moral and religious foundations.

For more information go to, call 1-817-441-6044 or write to WallBuilders, P. O. Box 397, Aledo, TX 76008-0397.



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Good Morning

Good morning my MABS! I hope you all are prepared to assemble yourselves together and worship the Lord with all of your heart today.

Hebrews 10:22-27

I know you all are aware of what these scriptures say but it’s good to be reminded so you will be prepared to remind someone else today. Lift your heads high. Walk tall and strong today.

I love and appreciate all of you.

A Clean Heart

Good Lord’s Day to each and everyone of you.

Psalm 51:10-13

Has your heart and spirit become tainted with the ways of the world? Has your relationship with the Holy Spirit become weaker instead of stronger? God is just waiting for the opportunity to cleanse your heart and restore your spirit and bring back the joy of your salvation. Cry out to Him today and don’t wait because the longer you wait the worse it will become. Jesus is returning soon and there is much work to be done and all of us is needed for that work.

Be restored!

Be blessed!




The Gifts Of The Spirit

Good day to all!

1 Corinthians 12:1-12

Where do we stand concerning our knowledge of the gifts of the Holy Spirit? Are we knowledgeable or are we ignorant? If there ever was a time that the church needed the gifts of the Holy Spirit operating it is now. God is preparing the church and we must accept the training. I would suggest studying chapters 12, 13, and 14 as one large chapter.

Seek training!

Be blessed!


I Have A New Song

Good day to all!

Psalm 40:1-13

When was the last time we gave God praise for his wonderful works in our life? We get so busy that we forget about God. We use God as lawyer, doctor, and as sugar daddy. God loves us so much and he wants to spend time with us. Let’s set aside some quality time for God.

Be blessed!