You’ve Already Won

Life on this Earth can be hard. Sometimes it feels like the struggles are never ending. Sometimes it seems like we are failing or losing.

Truth is we all on this planet struggle and feel overwhelmed by the problems in our life, Christians are not immune to this. We Christians might even feel guilty for these feelings, we question ourselves and wonder if we have lost faith.

But we must remember the Good News, even in our struggles.

Jesus has defeated satan, death and the grave, He bore our sins on the cross. Jesus has won the battle for us.

If it seems like you’re losing, you’re are not. Fight with confidence because you’ve already won through Jesus.

When the enemy attacks you know that even if he lands a blow God is there to defend you. God is there to heal you. And when you’re ready God is there to fight back. You have the power of God on your side.

The race is won.

The fight is won.

Your faith has saved you.*

So go in peace.*

Have a Blessed Week,


Here is a link to some good verses about the battle being already won.



Defending Yourself

When someone attacks you how should you handle it?


The Bible tells us to turn the other cheek and be slow to anger.


But the Bible makes it clear that people should defend themselves and the Word of God against those who attack.


That is why it is so important to use discernment.


Know the situation and how it differs from another. One situation you may have to ignore the person and hold your tongue, another situation you may have to say a nice thing filled with love and sometimes you may have to stand bold and not back down.


Jesus knew when to show patience, kindness and love.


He also knew when to be firm, bold and even show His anger.


Most times He ate at tables with sinners, showing love, compassion and grace. But another time He flipped a table over when enough was enough.


Know the situation.


So that when someone attacks you with hate you defend with love.


When someone attacks you with darkness you defend with light.


But when enough is enough you stand bold and strong. Flip the tables on them, battle them with scripture and don’t let them hurt you, your family or attack your God any longer. Because He is with you through it all. Let Him guide you in love and compassion, show His grace. But also let Him guide you in firmness, boldness and in your anger.


That is very important, when you speak in anger speak the way Jesus would. Because even in His firmness and anger, the love, His love was always there.


His love will always be there.


So most importantly remember this. When someone attacks with satan you defend with your Lord your God.


He is greater and stronger than all.


Have a Blessed Week,


Sin Is Like Time

(Note: I have to give all credit to God on this entry, this one comes straight from Him.)

One day while running late to work, I began to feel guilty and since I had woken up early, a bit shocked as to how this could have happened.

I heard the Lord say this to me…

When it comes to time you have to be careful. When you think you have leeway you begin to make mistakes. You allow yourself to get distracted, focus on unnecessary tasks and before you know it those small things turn into a big problem. 

As it is with time it is also with sin. 

I didn’t understand so I asked for more detail and I heard…

Just like with time, sin can creep up on you. You think you have nothing to fear and you make a mistake or do something you would consider a “small” sin but the truth is there is no small sin. All sins are sins. What you may consider a “small” sin just leads to more sin. 

You continue to sin and before you know it a big consequence has occurred because of your first “small” sin. 

So as it is with time it is also with sin. 

I thank the Lord for giving me that message filled with so much truth.

Another connection when it comes to sin and time is the fact you can’t make up for either. What I mean by that is you can’t go back and change time or your sins. All you can do is focus on the now.

That is why you must go to the One who is above time and can you forgive you of all your sins.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Have a Blessed Week,


Can I Be Fixed?

That is a question that many ask. Sadly to some it is a question that isn’t even worth asking.

If you’re asking if you can fix yourself the truth is…

You can’t.

There is only One who can.


The One.


Our Lord and savior Jesus Christ.


He can fix you.


I realized a while ago that I couldn’t fix myself so I let Jesus into my heart and surrendered to Him. There is a battle in me every day and sometimes I feel like I’m losing but the truth is with God you will always win in the end.


Surrender to Him and let Him do His work.


It won’t be easy and it will always be a process and a fight but with the Lord you can overcome.


He will help you walk on the narrow path.


Just take it one day at a time. Baby steps with your Father.


He loves you and He can fix you.


Have a Blessed Week,



Philippians 4:13 New King James Version (NKJV)

13 I can do all things through [a]Christ who strengthens me.

Blessings Will Come

Remember God is always there.

Fear not He is with you in your suffering and anxiety, combat what is distressing you with the power of God.

Remember He will never forsake you.

Jesus told us our Father in Heaven values us more than the birds in the air who He provides for.

He also said He has a place prepared for us when we pass away.

God will take care of us on Earth as it is in Heaven.

Trust in Him, the blessings will come. You know this because He provided His grace so you’re already blessed!

Keep watch and look out the blessings can come from anywhere or from anyone.

The Lord will provide because He loves you.

Have a BLESSED week,

Father’s Day

Father’s Day can be tough for many people out there. Some like Jane and I have lost our Father’s.

Others may have never had a Father in their lives.

For those out there who are struggling there is good news.

You always have had a Father, He has been with you since the beginning. He knew you before you were in your Mother’s womb.

God is your Father.

He created you.

He is there for you.

He provides for you.

He loves you unconditionally.

He will never forsake you.

If you have left His embrace or have never known Him, He is waiting for you. Just like the Father in the story of the Prodigal son, when He sees you coming home to Him, He will run to you with open arms. There will be great rejoicing.

Thank you Lord.

Happy Father’s Day God.


Your child,


Psalm 68:5 English Standard Version (ESV)

5 Father of the fatherless and protector of widows

is God in his holy habitation.

God in three relationships: The Family of God

First and foremost I want to say we have to remember God is the Father of all not just us Christians. Everyone who isn’t saved should be treated as if they were the Prodigal Son. God is patiently waiting for them to come to Him.

If someone comes to Christ than there should be a joyous celebration, Jesus said in Luke 15:10, “10 Likewise, I say to you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.”

Many still bring up past sins to new Christians but the Lord says He will cast our sins in to the depths of the sea. We are not bigger than God so if He chooses to forgive someone’s sins, than we need to move on from them as well.

Jesus is the King of Kings but He is also the Son of God and according to the Bible we are joint heirs to the Kingdom of Heaven. Jesus didn’t just call us brothers and sisters to be nice to us, we are one big family of God and the Father gave us the best big Brother possible.

Because we are brothers and sisters in Christ we must treat each other as family not just other people who believe the same as us.

I was listening to a Christian radio station and a caller was discussing a generous thing he had done for someone in his family, the host made a joke to the caller about borrowing money, the man replied, “No, you’re not blood.”

I know that the conversation was just in the joking sense but it still stuck with me. We have to remember your Christian family is just as important as your personal family, in some cases more important. This is God’s Family, God is more important than us as individuals.

Also I would like to point out we are all “blood”; remember in the Bible we are all descendants from the same two people.

Truly though, the most important blood that connects us is the blood of Jesus Christ and that means much more than the blood that pumps through our veins.

Have a blessed week,


God in three relationships Part I: God as your best friend

What does it take to be a great best friend? I think it is someone who is there for you through everything, whether big or small, whether positive or negative, through every accomplishment or pitfall, someone who will be there with you no matter what the circumstances.

A true best friend will be there to provide help when you need it. God does exactly that and more He fulfills everything you need.

Philippians 4:19, “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.”

Matthew 6:31-32, “Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all.”

A true best friend is also someone who is there to just talk and give advice, sometimes just to listen. God is there for you in prayer. He will guide you and remind you of what to do if you listen.

Isaiah 58:11, “11 The LORD will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail.”

John 14:26, “But the Advocate, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.”

You also have a lot of fun with the person who is your best friend. God is a part of everything in your life. He is there during the fun times as well, good to keep that in mind by the way when you are out having fun, God is there with you. Ever be somewhere as a kid and do something wrong you thought you got away with only to turn around and see your Mom or Dad standing right there? The Father is there watching too, be good now.

The truth is God is there with you always.

Joshua 1:9, “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.”

Matthew 28:20, “Teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

He fits every one of your needs, there is no better best friend than God.

Have a blessed week,