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Son Day for Sunday

Christ is My Source!

The Light is on the horizon, just past dawn with the promise of a new tomorrow.

Let us ever keep our hearts aglow with the anticipation of the birth of the Wonderful Counselor, Prince of Peace, and Light of the World; our Jesus, the one who carries the government and all of us upon His shoulders.

As we prepare ourselves to meet the light, let us remember:

Christ is my source, I cannot see apart from him.

Christ is my source, I cannot hear apart from him.

Christ is my source, I cannot speak apart from him.

 Christ is my source. I cannot live apart from him.

 Christ is my source, I cannot “be” apart from him.

Each day, be grateful for the small things in life.

Breathe in and breathe out Christ’s perfect Love!

“Waiting with me will bring comfort and hope.”

Moving On

“God does not ask us to accomplish wonders that are beyond us. God does enable us to surrender ourselves in simplicity. The Holy Spirit suggests these simple words: God of Mercy, what do you want from me?” (Bro. Roger)

We are in Advent and waiting for the Light to come forth.

“Seek me; it is in the silence of waiting where the answers you seek will come forth.

Many of you feel you are in a holding pattern. You move a few steps forward and stop; do not despair. It is necessary to stop. This is where you catch your breath and begin again.

The journey is long or short depending upon your view of the situation.

I am ready to leave it all behind and move on, are you?”

“Seek and you shall find.”

Son Day for Sunday

Look at the horizon. The sun is peeking through the clouds and the stars still shine. This is the in-between time before creation arises to greet a new day!

Advent-Christmas Message 2014

Hello Everyone,

Here is the latest Advent-Christmas message for you:


I pray you and your family are blessed!


Rev Patty

In the Middle – Advent – Week 2

And from out of the root of Jesse a flower shall ascend.” (Is. 11:1)

Being in the middle of Advent, we get distracted with the stuff of the season and forget, “The one who walked among us will come again!”

The root represents spiritual growth at any stage in life.

In order to prepare for the great birth within, take a moment to breathe; clear away moss that has gathered, listen intently and walk humbly with God.

Bringing in the Light

During this Season of Advent, our spiritual goal is to move towards the Light. This is also a time of year when energies increase on the planet and one cannot keep up with her/his own personal demands. The body goes into crash mode making one vulnerable to stuff floating around in the air.

Many forget to slow down long enough to tune in to the still small voice within, the Spirit and experience healing.

Here is an excerpt from my book “Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life” to be released soon:

Bringing in the Light; bringing in the Light. Look at how I’m healing, bringing in the Light.

Bringing in the Light; bringing in the Light. Thank you for my healing, bringing in the Light!”

Divine Spark Part 2

Have you embraced the “Divine Spark” or have you cut off the divinity within?

In every situation there is a dichotomy, which path do I take?  All the answers you seek reside within.

Spiritually, we are now in the in-between place.

The window has opened wide between the waiting period, of Advent (Emmanuel, God is with us) and the wondrous birth of the Light, Christmas (Christ within us).

Cast away all your cares.

Find the truth, love and understanding that will reignite your “Divine Spark” and connect you to the re-birth of the Christ within.

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