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Lest We Forget By: Paula Bibbs

Paula-BibbsThough I was not in New York, Washington, or anywhere near the places attacked on September 11, I felt the pain of the impact on America.

Disaster was recorded on news channels and radio stations around the world, and on the internet. Fear pierced the hearts of many and concern over the lack of protection grew to paramount proportions.

The United States was forced to call upon God, whom they had left for knowledge, technology, wealth, fame, and notoriety. In this time of utter disaster, the people turned to the only refuge they knew could withstand war, death, disaster, and calamity. America turned to the only One who could deliver them from the hands of their enemy, God. Prayers went up around the world. At this time, school officials initiated prayer. It didn’t matter who started it, America was in crisis. Let everybody pray.  Read the full post »


This post was written by Paula Bibbs-Samuels | September 12, 2012


No Looking Back By Paula Bibbs

 Paul wrote in Philippians 3:13 & 14 “13Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before, 14I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.”

Although Paul had not made it to full maturity in Christ, he was determined not to be bound by his past.  Paul “pressed”, pushed forward, strained to obtain, he consciously made an effort to reach the prize of Christ.  We should do the same.  I don’t discount my past, and neither should you, but we should not be trapped in our past.   Read the full post »


This post was written by Paula Bibbs-Samuels | February 8, 2012


Embracing Your Future by Paula Bibbs

 Think about when you are trying to hug, to embrace someone. If you have something in your hand, you must either release it or you have to give a “half hug”. That’s how it is with life. If you continue to hold on to the things of your past, you won’t fully enjoy the joys and promises that await you in your future. Read the full post »


This post was written by Paula Bibbs-Samuels | August 29, 2011


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