Act Like You Know!

[tweetthis]Understanding who God is draws us closer to Him. Knowing who God is encourages us to trust Him w/our deepest needs.[/tweetthis]   Denise Anthony Harvest Magazine Contributor I facilitate a women’s Bible Study Group and the ultimate goal is for the attendees to experience complete healing from past trauma. I absolutely love the bible study […]

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Chasing Fire

Chasing Fire

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Burning My Way to His Perfection I am addicted to fire—the flames, the heat, the crackling and popping of the fire meeting oxygen. The more I mature in the Lord, and engage in day-to-day life activities, I realize that I am addicted to the fire because […]

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No More Rides on the Broken-Relationship Rollercoaster

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Essay | Writing Challenge Day 6: Reconciliation James 3: 17-18; James 4: 1-3   She won’t forgive me. It’s been 10+ years, and she still won’t forgive me. I have apologized over and over and over again, but she can’t seem to it let go. For […]

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A Heart to Forgive Over and Over and Over and Over (70 x 7)

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine Publisher and Editor Writing Challenge Day 4: Unlimited Forgiveness Remember what Jesus said when Peter asked Him how many times he should forgive his brother? Peter asked, “Seven times, Lord?” And Jesus replied, “Not seven times, but 70 x 7.” He didn’t mean to forgive those who offend us […]

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The Illusions and Ironies of Unforgiveness

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Writing Challenge Day 3: Forgiveness Scripture References: Matthew 18:21-22; Matthew 6:12 Essay I could be dead. Each time I think about an offense that I am still nursing, and not ready to let go of, I remind myself that I could be dead. Actually, I was […]

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Writing Challenge Day 2: Lies

The Harvest Magazine Writing Challenge Writing Prompt for January 2, 2016: Lies and Deception Scripture References: Proverbs 6: 16-19; Proverbs 19:9; Proverbs 12:22; Psalm 101:7; Luke 8:17; John 8:43-47; John 8:32; Psalm 34:13; John 3:20-25 “For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.” Luke 8: 17 “…Keep […]

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When A Friendship Ends

“A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson; Essays: First Series. Friendship.     Friendship is hard. Even when it’s going easy, it’s hard. In general, relationships are tough; that’s because of the frailty of humans. We’re so weak and imperfect, and even though the Cross redeemed us from […]

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