Posts made in October, 2015

Tweets From God – It’s impossible to go on with me and stay where you are right now! -GOD

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By dustinhedrick By Ashley Shepherd Many times in life we come to a cross road and we’re left to decide, resist change or take a leap of faith. It’s an uncomfortable feeling because it means leaving our comfort zone, the familiar. Change is scary and because of this we tend to straddle the line giving way to compromise. The thing is, you can’t move forward with one foot in the past. Philippians 3:13b I have not achieved it, but I focus on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead. Will you dare to move forward today? He’ll be with you every step of the way. Blessings! Tweet By Dustin Hedrick Devo/Thought Of The Day By Ashley Shepherd, Team DHM The post Tweets From God – It’s impossible to go on with me and stay where you are right now! -GOD appeared first on AUTHENTIC. Read more here:: Authentic The post Tweets From God – It’s impossible to go on with me and stay where you are right now! -GOD appeared first on DHM (Home of FWJ). Source::...

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Tweets From God – It’s impossible to go on with me and stay where you are right now! -GOD

Posted by on Oct 30, 2015 in Blogging | 0 comments

By Ashley Shepherd Many times in life we come to a cross road and we’re left to decide, resist change or take a leap of faith. It’s an uncomfortable feeling because it means leaving our comfort zone, the familiar. Change is scary and because of this we tend to straddle the line giving way to compromise. The thing is, you can’t move forward with one foot in the past. Philippians 3:13b I have not achieved it, but I focus on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead. Will you dare to move forward today? He’ll be with you every step of the way. Blessings! Tweet By Dustin Hedrick Devo/Thought Of The Day By Ashley Shepherd, Team DHM The post Tweets From God – It’s impossible to go on with me and stay where you are right now! -GOD appeared first on AUTHENTIC. Source::...

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Blood-n-Fire Continued – More Stories from 1998-2000

Posted by on Oct 27, 2015 in Blogging | 0 comments

By dustinhedrick By dustinhedrick Sharing more stories from Blood-n-Fire. There are so many more stories that those that were there can share. If you have a story, why not record it here and send it as a reply. I love you Blood-n-Fire folks. Let’s share! Here is the Music Video from 100 Portraits. I am the wild dancing guy that jumps out of the truck in all jean clothes. The post Blood-n-Fire Continued – More Stories from 1998-2000 appeared first on A Warrior’s Tale. Read more here:: A Warrior’s Tale The post Blood-n-Fire Continued – More Stories from 1998-2000 appeared first on DHM (Home of FWJ). Source::...

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Tweets From God – Do justly, love mercy, walk humbly before ME. -GOD

Posted by on Oct 27, 2015 in Blogging | 0 comments

By dustinhedrick By Ashley Shepherd Micah 6:8 He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you Except to be just, and to love [and to diligently practice] kindness (compassion), And to walk humbly with your God [setting aside any overblown sense of importance or self-righteousness]. As I read this I was struck by the last phrase, “walk humbly with your God.” I think all to often as we read this portion of the text we gloss over it without truly grasping its meaning. There is a depth to this meaning of which we are called. Thinking over the phrase, I was continually drawn to Enoch and so I began to study about him. In doing so I came across a blog post by a retired minister who so clearly articulated my feelings and thoughts I decided to share it here. I hope it blesses you. Blog Post By Kirk M. At Christianblog.Com We all grow comfortable with things the longer we use them. We all grow comfortable with people the longer we know them. The same could be said regarding our walk with God. The longer we do it, the more comfortable we become and the more intimate we are with God. In scripture walking with God refers to our manner of life and how we conduct ourselves. There are in the Bible four men of whom it is said “walked with God”. I believe it would be highly beneficial for us to meet these four gentlemen and understand a little about them and what they did that earned them this special distinction of being someone who walked with God. As great as Moses, David, Paul and Peter were; the Bible never specifically states that they “walked with God” (even though we know they did). Three of these four men lived before the Law was given to Moses and thus lived during the time of so-called “unwritten law”. In Genesis 5:21-24 we see the first man who walked with God: “And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah: And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: And all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years: And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” Enoch has the distinction of being the first man who walked with God. It should be noted that in the Hebrew, the word “walked” implies a habitual walking and not just a step here or there. Enoch walked with God for 300 years after the birth of Methuselah. Most of us have problems walking with God for 300 seconds. All we know from Genesis is that Enoch was 65 when Methuselah was born and he lived another 300 years and “God took him”. This phrase does nothing but generate questions, with wondering where God took him being at the top of the list. Obviously God did something for Enoch which was unique and entirely special for him. As much as we would like to know more about Enoch, it is not found in Genesis for the above verses are all that is written about him. The only other information we can find that would shed some light on what Enoch did which caused God to say he walked with Him and precipitated God “taking him” is found in Hebrews 11:5: “By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.” Without getting all technical, the world ‚‚¬‚Å “translated” would be better understood to be “transferred” or “transported”. Enoch pleased God by walking with Him and as a result God transported him to heaven so he would not see death. How do we please God? Verse 6 tells us: “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them...

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Tweets From God – Do justly, love mercy, walk humbly before ME. -GOD

Posted by on Oct 27, 2015 in Blogging | 0 comments

By Ashley Shepherd Micah 6:8 He has told you, O man, what is good; And what does the Lord require of you Except to be just, and to love [and to diligently practice] kindness (compassion), And to walk humbly with your God [setting aside any overblown sense of importance or self-righteousness]. As I read this I was struck by the last phrase, “walk humbly with your God.” I think all to often as we read this portion of the text we gloss over it without truly grasping its meaning. There is a depth to this meaning of which we are called. Thinking over the phrase, I was continually drawn to Enoch and so I began to study about him. In doing so I came across a blog post by a retired minister who so clearly articulated my feelings and thoughts I decided to share it here. I hope it blesses you. Blog Post By Kirk M. At Christianblog.Com We all grow comfortable with things the longer we use them. We all grow comfortable with people the longer we know them. The same could be said regarding our walk with God. The longer we do it, the more comfortable we become and the more intimate we are with God. In scripture walking with God refers to our manner of life and how we conduct ourselves. There are in the Bible four men of whom it is said “walked with God”. I believe it would be highly beneficial for us to meet these four gentlemen and understand a little about them and what they did that earned them this special distinction of being someone who walked with God. As great as Moses, David, Paul and Peter were; the Bible never specifically states that they “walked with God” (even though we know they did). Three of these four men lived before the Law was given to Moses and thus lived during the time of so-called “unwritten law”. In Genesis 5:21-24 we see the first man who walked with God: “And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah: And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: And all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years: And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.” Enoch has the distinction of being the first man who walked with God. It should be noted that in the Hebrew, the word “walked” implies a habitual walking and not just a step here or there. Enoch walked with God for 300 years after the birth of Methuselah. Most of us have problems walking with God for 300 seconds. All we know from Genesis is that Enoch was 65 when Methuselah was born and he lived another 300 years and “God took him”. This phrase does nothing but generate questions, with wondering where God took him being at the top of the list. Obviously God did something for Enoch which was unique and entirely special for him. As much as we would like to know more about Enoch, it is not found in Genesis for the above verses are all that is written about him. The only other information we can find that would shed some light on what Enoch did which caused God to say he walked with Him and precipitated God “taking him” is found in Hebrews 11:5: “By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God.” Without getting all technical, the world ‚‚¬‚Å “translated” would be better understood to be “transferred” or “transported”. Enoch pleased God by walking with Him and as a result God transported him to heaven so he would not see death. How do we please God? Verse 6 tells us: “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently...

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