The Devil Will Not Steal My Joy!!!

I prayed for 30 mins and asked God to let me see clearly and take away this anger..

I got this message from him.

“What was taken, I have restored”

“What was broken is now fixed”

” What was torn down is now built up”

” Count your blessings”

“Don’t let the enemy steal your joy”

“Know that I am with you always”

Many of you know i am a spiritual person and I write about Ancestors, Civil War and Spiritual warfare on my blog.

I always listen to God’s Voice.

My reasons for my feelings are valid and I don’t apologize for them. But I have too much to be grateful for then to let the Devil steal my joy.

Y’all have a blessed night now!!!

Good Night!!!

“God Has Warned Us”

God is in control and he has warned us many times of the signs of the times. Do not be surprised as now is the time. 

Learn to adapt to life changes. Learn how  to survive in this economic crisis because we are in for a long ride. Learn how to go through changes in life, so that you won’t get so used to the way things are. Learn how to change your way of thinking so that when a change of great magnitude comes it would not be unsettling. Don’t allow yourselves to entertain negative assumptions of how things could change. Sometimes we find ourselves making a challenge seem much bigger because of the way we are thinking about it. We have the power to stop worrying, and to get through challenges quite easily, as long as we have faith and open ourselves to the possibilities that a change can bring. You could sit and fantasize about how life would be or   you can take the steps to make a change for the better. Don’t be left behind because you were afraid to take steps for you and your family. Don’t allow fear to stop you or control your thinking. God does not give us a spirit of fear, but of a sound mind.

Thank you President Barack Obama

President Barack Obama 2008 

By Pam Savage

Saying my Good byes to President Barack Obama and the First Family. Remembering this special day of the California General Election Nov 4, 2008 when Hubby and I went to a bar in Inglewood California to watch the first election of a Black President. The tears in our eyes when he won and the many people in the bar and all over the world was crying. Never again in History will we see a moment like this. Missing my President already.

So today Jan 20. 2017 is a sad day for me. But I’m sharing and saying Good Morning in my President Barack Obama shirt that I brought in California for the 56th Inauguration for him being the 44th President Of The United States 
Jan 20, 2009. 

Good Bye #PresidentBarackObama 
Love u and the first family 

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