This particular message is our concluding prayer. We’re sharing our NoLongerCommon Prayer as the final piece to this message of “Holy Is Not What You Think.” Check out how this one prayer can transform your life.
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Holy is Not What You Think
After spending a year studying the one word that inspired this content, we conclude it by reviewing the definition and providing the Bible heroes that can sum up the word “holy”.
Sometimes our gifts are bigger than what our families can see. We have a gift that’s meant to make a difference in a larger environment. In this web-post, we expose my wife’s gift and it’s a surprising gift until you think about it and who she is. Check out “An Unexpected Voice.”
In this web-post, we take a look at the gifts found in our daughter. Her gift reveals what we see in ourselves. Find out how what you see in the mirror is impacting your child in “A Look In The Mirror.”
In this web-post, I describe a real-life “Madea” for you and what made her an extraordinary woman. Check out “The Cloud of Witnesses – Part 2.”
In this web-post, I gain insight from people of my past; the witnesses that exist in the clouds who have left an extra-ordinary impact on my life. I want to help you remember yours; read “The Cloud of Witnesses.”
The point of this message is to help you stop questioning who you’re with but rather enjoy and take advantage of the gifts (of a person) you’ve been given.
Sometimes you can find it challenging to identify a person’s gift, talent, skill. So what can you do? Using my sister as an example, I show you how and at the same time identify her amazing gift. Check it out.
You ever wonder what a real woman is made of? In this web-post, I get to highlight another eXtra-woman and this one will amaze you as it clearly defines the man’s need for the woman and vice-versa. Check out “The Role Breaker.”
It’s time to stop waiting for others to affirm your gift. It’s time you stopped giving up because it’s taking too long. Find out why the qualifications and timing doesn’t matter, in “The Affirmed.”