Showing posts from November, 2010

"I was hungry and you gave Me food..."

Triumphant Victorious Reminders Inspired by the Holy Spirit Written by: Teresa Criswell "For I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in; I was naked and you clothed Me; I was sick and you visited Me; I was in prison and you came to Me.'" ~ Jesus Christ ~ Matthew 25:35 ~ I have to admit ~ I don't know what I thought when we were going down there...but whatever thoughts I had were surpassed in so many ways. The premature aged faces of the many homeless people and their stories were perspective changing for my daughter and I. The desire to hold onto things loosened as we saw so many destitute. Yet even in their destitution, they smiled and expressed how blessed they were. They expressed with great gratitude that so many of us were there. Many of the homeless people who have nothing according to our standards of living...yet, they proclaimed that they were blessed. There were two specific people I will n

This May Make You Cry (in a good way) ...

I found this on KLOVE radio station's website today. If you receive 'Triumphant Victorious Reminders' via email, please go to my website by clicking here and it will lead you to the link for you to watch...within 20 seconds you will most likely cry. God bless our Veterans and our active military men, women and families in every branch of the United States of America here and abroad... Please note: Pause the music on my playlist by scrolling down to the bottom of my page and clicking the pause button before watching the video... This May Make You Cry (in a good way) ...

November 4-11, 2010, "It is Finished"

Triumphant Victorious Reminders Inspired by the Holy Spirit Written by: Teresa Criswell "But thanks be to God, Who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." ~ I Corinthians 15:57 ~ JESUS is our VICTORY and VICTORY is ours because of and through JESUS! Did you know that when Jesus proclaimed the words, "It is Finished", it was beyond significant? This powerful declaration was also used by the Romans. After the Romans would overtake a city, with fierce shouts they would declare, "It is Finished"! Can you imagine the day that Jesus declared this statement as he was giving His life upon that old rugged cross; the power and the intensity of that statement that must have arrested the Roman soldiers who stood in their post during this grueling execution? To be reminded of the last words Jesus spoke before dying on the cross is that what He declared only revealed who He was, is and is to come...The Author and The Finisher of our faith! I am reminded