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Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
11:36 AM on April 26, 2012 
Just a note to post and encourage God's people.

When you carry a Bible, the devil gets a headache. When you open it, he collapses. When he sees you reading it, he faints. When he sees you living it.....................he flees. And just when your about to re-post this, he will try & discourage you.
Pass it on.
Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
7:26 PM on December 30, 2011 
Hello My Sisters and Brothers in Christ:
The New Year will be arising at a blink of an eye, have you thought back long enough to think forward. This is my desire to MOVE FORWARD in the coming year. I want to move forward, I want to encourage, I want to inspire, I want a deeper commitment, and a fresh new walk with God, so i thought about these words to share.
Does the word/s reflection, renew,respect, resurrect,refreshment, rejuvenation,rebirth,revisit,repentance,remove,repair,restore,
redeem, rejoice,regain, responsibility, revelation,remember, reconcile put you in a place that would cause you to move forward into the NEW YEAR with a since of newness.
Here are some scriptures that might pin point your thoughts, memories, feelings, prayers, request, petitions or even your feelings- or whatever you choose to call it.
For the New Year

(1 ) New Birth~ A Living Hope
1 Peter 1:3
(2). Hope for the Future
Jeremiah 29:11
(3). A New Creation
2 Corinthians 5:17
(4). A New Heart
Ezekiel 36:25-27
(5).Forgetting the Past
Philippians 3:13-14
(6) Learning from Past Mistakes
Hebrews 12:10-11
( 7). Wait on the Lord
Psalm 37:7, Isaiah 40:31
( 8). God's Timing is Perfect
Ecclesiastes 3:11
( 9). Each New Day is Special
Lamentations 3:22-24
(10) A New Focus
Romans 12;6-8, 1 John 4;7-17, Galatians 6:7-8
Happy New Year (all) Year long!!!!!
Sister Barbara
Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
8:27 PM on November 29, 2011 
Passing on a Word:
Be Faithful For Promotion

By Daphne Crause

Luke 16:10 - He who is faithful in what is least is faithful also in much.

The Lord wants to promote you. Did you know that? Yes, He's looking to promote each person, and it's so easy to receive it.

"How?" you may ask. I'm no spiritual genius, I'm not good enough, and I don't pray enough."

No, you simply have to be faithful to the Lord in whatever you're doing for Him and in whatever you believe He's called you to do. Faithfulness is one of the most important qualities the Lord looks for when He wants to promote you, and He's looking for people who will continue to do what they are called to do, even if it seems like something useless or trivial.

The Lord doesn't usually require you to become an instant success story and go from being unknown to travelling round preaching everywhere. You will usually start off slowly and pretty much out of the way at times, just doing little things for the Lord and doing them consistently and diligently.

Sometimes you may not have any definite role to fulfil in the place where you fellowship. You may not be a worship leader or a youth leader or assistant pastor. You may be doing something seemingly unimportant which others may not see. Are you a Sunday School teacher? Be faithful in your ministry and the Lord may promote you to a fully fledged teaching ministry. Are you a person who prays and cares for those who are hurting? As you remain faithful to this ministry you could be a pastor in the making. Do you have a burden and a yearning for the lost and unsaved? You could be an evangelist in the making.

Think about David, the simple, humble shepherd boy who daily kept his father's sheep. He led them out to the rivers to drink and was out in the heat and the cold day in and day out. Nobody even noticed him and hardly anyone even thought of him as worth anything. Yet all the time that he was outside tending those sheep, his heart was looking to the Lord and praising Him and worshipping Him. He found out how precious the Lord was by the way He created nature and when he looked at the stars in the sky.

And what happened to little insignificant David? He found such favor with the Lord in his humble attitude and the fact that he did everything for His glory and to the best of his ability, that He made sure David was promoted to King of Israel. The seemingly unimportant people are often the ones the Lord takes and makes something beautiful out of. He does indeed take the weak and foolish things of the earth to confound the wise.

So, are you sitting doing nothing much significant spiritually? Are you doing something you feel is not worth anything and you're itching to get going with something more positive and edifying to others in the body? Keep your heart humble before the Lord and do whatever you do faithfully. Then look up and get excited, because suddenly you will be raised to more important functions and much more promotion.
Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
9:38 AM on November 20, 2011 
Pass the message on
NJDCR Ministries Annual Event
Holiday Food Bag Give-Away (THANKSGIVING)
NOVEMBER 22, 2011~Tuesday @ 12:30pm
@ Host Facility ~ Holy Cross
949 55th Street Oakland, Ca 94608
( 55th Street Worship Center)
Pastor Gwendolyn Price
Proof of .I.D & a Sturdy bag
Donations of non-perishables are still being accepted
Contact Bro Kevin for any questions
Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
6:17 PM on October 11, 2011 
Take a look at this:

The two thousand member Baptist church was filled to overflowing capacity one Sunday morning. The preacher was ready to start the sermon when two men, dressed in long black coats and black hats entered through the rear of the church.

One of the two men walked to the middle of the church while the other stayed at the back of the church. They both then reached under their coats and withdrew automatic weapons.

The one in the middle announced, "Everyone willing to take a bullet for Jesus stay in your seats!"

Naturally, the pews emptied, followed by the choir. The deacons ran out the door, followed by the choir director and the assistant pastor.

After a few moments, there were about twenty people left sitting in the church. The preacher was holding steady in the pulpit.

The men put their weapons away and said, gently, to the preacher, "All right, pastor, the hypocrites are gone now. You may begin the service."
Reply Sister Barbara R Holden-D
7:24 PM on September 13, 2011 
just a word: It's good to be a Christian and know it, but it's better to be a Christian and show it! John 13:35