PRIORITY


Book Title Poetry: Priority. Experiencing forgiveness The greatest story ever revealed. Jesus; He Came to set the captives free, Inside out. No wonder they call him the savior. Who am I? Born from innocence, Of permanent value, Destined to reign, In his image. - Copyright 2014|McDaniels Gyamfi | Revealing Jesus

IF HE BLINKS


"...we shall forever succumb to the woes of life and live as those who do not have hope. Thanks be unto our God through our Savior Jesus Christ, we can hold our head above the waters and breath hope into our weak lungs... because He that watch over us in loyal love, does not slumber" Hallelujah to … Continue reading IF HE BLINKS

HE LIFTED UP OUR ILLNESS, HE CARRIED OUR PAIN.


When we believe wrongly, we are doomed to fail in our walk with God. The religion of "I need to try to become" always renders the religion of "who I am in Christ" null and void. There is no glory in self efforts, except His efforts for our total life prosperity and wholeness, on the … Continue reading HE LIFTED UP OUR ILLNESS, HE CARRIED OUR PAIN.

COLOR OF LOVE IN COLORS OF POETRY


  Forgive me! "I want to sail in your love" He pleaded with her, in the middle of nowhere. His attitude: Almost took the winds out of her sails. I will build a house in your higher notes and live there with you forever. I have had enough of this silent low rhythm. The constant … Continue reading COLOR OF LOVE IN COLORS OF POETRY

YOU ARE MY PRAISE: THE VIBRANT PRINCIPLE FOR SUPERNATURAL CHANGE!


The believer is encouraged by scripture to approach all of life difficulties with the right attitude, instead of being bundled with anxiety and worries. Paul writes; "My brethren, when you find yourselves hedged in by various trials, consider it a pure joy" (James 1:2) and to also be thankful in all circumstances, for this is … Continue reading YOU ARE MY PRAISE: THE VIBRANT PRINCIPLE FOR SUPERNATURAL CHANGE!

THE PLEASURE OF BELIEVING


 

KINDNESS BLINDNESS


What if we all know the unknown? What if your heart was mine, for a day or two? Would you trade yours for my aching soul? Tiptoeing through storm-tossed lives; blind. Minding my own hurts and worry business Blind and blank to the deep wounds of others Coat of many colors, one common thread The … Continue reading KINDNESS BLINDNESS