Survival of the Faithful

7 Tools to Stay Spiritually Fit When Trials Arise and Endure Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor   It is impossible to please God without faith. Our faith is our Kingdom currency. It is our signal to God that we unequivocally believe in Him, His word, and His promises — He loves that. […]

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I Actually Do Mind Waiting

And Psalm 27:13-14 And Isaiah 40:31 Are Not What I Want to Hear Right Now Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor For the last several days, Juanita Bynum’s song, “I Don’t Mind Waiting” has been playing on repeat on in my head. I used to love that song!! When it was first […]

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Blurry and Perfect Vision All At Once

[tweetthis]I see what, who, whose, and why I am. Yes! My purpose and destiny are clear like crystal.[/tweetthis]   Losing My Sight and Grabbing God’s Vision Kimberly N. Alleyne Publisher and Editor, The Harvest Magazine [su_carousel source=”media: 1611,1609,1608,1607,1606,1605,1601″ items=”7″ title=”no”] Recently I have struggled to embrace the process of aging that I seem to be […]

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Love Lifted Me

Serra Delight The Harvest Magazine Contributor Reflective Essay Have you ever heard of the hymn, “Love Lifted Me?” Read these words below and imagine that you are the one that’s singing it when you’ve needed God’s love to lift you. He has the power to lift us out of every deep, dark and desperate situation. […]

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The Blessing and Cursing of God’s Presence

Go with God! Scripture Reference: I Samuel 5:1-7; I Chronicles 13:13-14 Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor   Christians who want more from God long for His presence and to smell the fragrance of His perfume. God is ready and willing to accommodate our desire to be near Him. He assures us that when […]

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Hope In the Middle of A Hopeless Situation

Open the Door! Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Scripture Reference: John 20:1-11; 19 In the middle of a seemingly lifeless and hopeless American economy, we—Christians—know that despite all of the financial forecasts, the final story is one of victory.  We have already won. At the end of this life, we win. […]

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