Thursday, March 2, 2017

It's been quite sometime folks!

Just a thought:

"This life shall soon pass
and only what we did for Jesus will last.
Salvation comes from Him only
and He won't stop pursuing you
He will send anything, anyone your way
For you to turn back to Him
It's so worth the risk
losing it all, to win Him!"


Hey late night bloggers!




Haven't posted anything in a while, life's been.. life! But you've gotta remember that Jesus is still on the throne and when you realize this, your whole perspective of eternity changes!!! (and also the way you live, act, talk here on earth)
What can I say? It really isn't about me, it's about the Lord's doing in me. I've been on 3 different mission trips, all of these experiences have changed my life and shaped the kind of christian that I am right now.
I've heard a lot, seen a lot, yet not enough to understand the reasons why this world is becoming colder and colder. All I know is that His coming is soon, and many are called but only a few are chosen. (Matthew 22:14)
Marriages are being dissolved, deaths, betrayals, brokenness, heartaches.... I'll never fully get your pain or what you're going thru. All I can tell you is, JESUS IS STILL ON THE THRONE. Does this mean anything to you?? Well, it's time for you to fix your eyes on the ONE who can turn ashes into beauty!
Don't ask why, but what for! what purpose does this situation (fill in the blank) have in my life?
I'm a person that has never questioned the existence of God, or where He's been in different trials and tribulations, because I've always known He is there and He is good and loves me, since I was a little kid. Yet some folks struggle with this and it's okay, we all struggle with different things and I pray the Lord would open your eyes and ears to see thru the lens of Faith above your difficulties
I can't stress this verse enough: The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. (Psalm 23:1) You've heard it a million times, now it's time to apply it!



God bless y'all and have an excellent night. Rest in Him!

Give it to Jesus and go to sleep :)

Kc Cordero





Friday, August 5, 2016

I wanna be with the Lord , but there is work to do!


Topic: I wanna be with the Lord, but there is work to do!

Bible verse: Philippians 1:21-26

"For to me, living is Christ and dying is gain. If I am to live in the flesh, that means fruitful labour for me; and I do not know which I prefer. I am hard pressed between the two: my desire is to depart and be with Christ, for that is far better; but to remain in the flesh is more necessary for you. Since I am convinced of this, I know that I will remain and continue with all of you for your progress and joy in faith, so that I may share abundantly in your boasting in Christ Jesus when I come to you again."



There have been so many situations where close friends of mine have told me: I rather be with the Lord, this world doesn't get any better, there's no point of living here anymore, can't wait till He takes me home, etc. And sometimes we even think that, there have been times where we just wish to have "rapture buttons". I heard this on the radio the other day, as soon as a tough situation approaches, we can just say "See ya" and press the button and never come back to earth. 

But here what Paul is saying is, he is enjoying being in the world, he's not of the world but he is enjoying the fellowship with the believers, the promises of God being fulfilled in his life and the lives of the other believers, the works of salvation Jesus has been performing in each heart, etc. He is making people see what dwells in his heart: There's a great desire to be with Jesus, yet being alive is also a huge blessing that not everyone gets to enjoy. 

The verse says that being in the flesh for him means fruitful labor! What an eye opener that is! Being in the flesh for him is being in person but doing God's work and being faithful in the ministry, the question for us today is: What are we doing while we're in the flesh? (Meaning, here in the world, right here right now?) It's because of salvation and grace that we labor and we know it's not in vain! So, are we enjoying like Paul the benefits of being alive and being a believer?  All the wonderful fruit that comes with ministry? Don't be so overwhelmed by your problems and miss out the bigger picture: God is not done with you, He knows when it's time to come home but for now, let's fellowship, use your gifts and talents, serve the Lord!

I pray your heart won't grow weary, but be strengthened by His mighty power!

In His Name,

Kc


Wednesday, August 26, 2015

The Lord honors honesty!

The Lord honors honesty
By: Keysi Cordero


Mark 9:23-24 says: "Jesus said to him, ‘If you are able!—All things can be done for the one who believes.’ Immediately the father of the child cried out, ‘I believe; help my unbelief!’ 


As I read this, I ask myself: What if this guy only said "I do believe"?
Yes he was telling the truth, yet his faith wasn't totally perfected and he was completely honest about it. Why? because he saw that Jesus already knew his heart, and only Jesus was able to change him right away and perform the miracle that he was waiting for a long time.
God honors when we simply come to Him and say: Oh Father You know I trust You, You know I know You can do this, but I am struggling!

The thing about faith is that, in order to produce its perfect power there can't be any partiality or doubt. Our humanity needs to leave completely and we take a step to the unknown, but with fully assurance that faithful is the One who called you, and He will do it! (1 Thessalonians 5:24)


James 1:6 also says that we need to ask in faith, without doubting anything. 
But how? You might say.  The more time we spend next to Jesus, seeking Him in prayer, reading His Word, then the more wisdom we'll get to understand this whole concept of faith. 



Now check this out, there are different levels of faith. And this desperate dad already believed in God, but as you see here, believing in God is not enough!
This man believed that Jesus was the son of God, BUT was having a hard time believing that his son was going to be healed. 
We must seek intimacy with Jesus! Why? because when we do this, we enter in God's presence, and when we are in His presence it is impossible not to be blessed! 

Today, just be honest with the Lord and with yourself and say: Lord, I know you can do this (Fill in the blank) ______________________________ but please, help me to fully 
believe, with no doubt in my heart that You are Able!


In His precious Name,

Keysi Cordero
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Sunday, May 17, 2015

ALL ABOUT THAILAND: Testimony + updates






1. Testimony before the trip

-Keysi Cordero

Hello everyone!!! On July 16th, 2015 a team and I will be going to Chiang Mai, Thailand to share the Love of Jesus!
Here's a little bit of how all of this unfolded and the things the Lord did and still is doing, in order for this trip to happen:

This year the Lord put in my heart to start saving money, in my head I was like yeah... I really need to because lately I've been wasting my money unwisely (Movie theater at least once a week, dining out on weekdays etc.) But in reality the Lord had something else in store for me and I didn't understand yet.
I started saving money with the idea of going to France in the summer since I was going to start my French program this fall and thought it would be good to come back with more knowledge of the language and culture, yet the doors were totally shut! The french courses weren't available for the Spring or Fall, I was told I might not be able to keep my position at work, etc. But through all of this, i just felt the Lord desperately saying: Keep trusting!!! And be faithful!!
So I didn't wanna lean on my own understanding. I had a couple of dreams of me evangelizing on a street but didn't recognize it! There were a lot of trees around me!
I had been praying for a missions trip since 2009, so out of the blue I felt like doing some research for short term mission trips. Just wanted to listen to some testimonies of people that had gone overseas.

So I began contacting people but there were some closed doors,  the very first call was with an organization with great intentions, yet a non christian one. It was very hard to get phone numbers and then set up meetings over the phone with people that were missionaries but again, my budget was limited and I was very scared to take a step of faith.
Then I prayed fervently, trying to ignore any fear or doubt and I found 3 mission trips, 1 to Nepal, the other one to Tanzania and the last one was Thailand. So I began to pray for confirmation and clarity.

Never heard back for the Nepal trip after knocking on many doors. Tanzania was a No as well and I didn't think anything about Thailand right away but I had a different feeling for it. When I checked the info, I read that the registration for that trip was closed, I said wow Lord! I guess this wasn't meant to be, plus there is no way! I'm going to be a full time student this fall, I have no funds, I don't get paid over the summer, I might as well just forget all about this...

I was decided to move on and just relax this summer when I heard back from Jeff (The trip organizer for Thailand) 3 days later. Not only that but a lady at my workplace came the same week and offered me a part time job over the summer. My jaw dropped !! Not only that, but a few weeks later 2 other  people asked me if I was interested in working for them during the summer. I even had to turn them down because the blessings were so abundant!!!
So I asked the Lord for forgiveness because of my unbelief and the fear of the unknown. I knew from the bottom of my heart Thailand was it!

Right now I am ready to go there and serve the precious people of God! I am ready to serve Him with all I am, regardless of the outcome! There have been lots of spiritual battle in different areas of my life, but I know the Lord is greater than these circumstances!

I will keep updating you all as more things happen, thank you for your prayers which are the most important thing right now! Getting out of your comfort zone is the best because God can actually start doing something through you & reach others with your gifts and talents!

God bless you guys!

Keysi Cordero.


2. Updates 

- Kelly and Ellie, for the Thailand team:

Today is day three of being in Thailand but day two of the mission. After three longs days of traveling we arrived Friday morning. We can't even begin to explain our excitement as well as our exhaustion. We are staying in a house that the Jessen family has rented for a month, since they have another mission team coming three days after we leave. 

Our first day consisted of training followed by prayer and culture walking. The difference between the United States and Thailand is incredible. For example Thai people believe that feet are for walking and nothing else, f you point the bottoms of your feet at someone it is considered extremely rude and offensive. The Thai food is delicious and pretty exotic. 

On Saturday we met with our translators and some church members and we set out to prayer walk and evangelize. That day alone, 38 people heard the Gospel, most for the very first time, but with no professions of faith.

Today, Sunday (the 19th), we gathered together with the Thai church that we worked with on Saturday and we worshiped our Creator. One of our team members, Keysi, even shared her testimony with the congregation. Afterwards we had lunch together and then our e3 Thai leader, Yo, trained church members on how to use the evangecube. Then we went out again to follow up with some of the people we met Saturday. One team went back to follow up with a lady they met the day prior and she came to profess her faith in Jesus Christ. As you can see the Thai people live in a very spiritually dark place so our job is the plant seeds. Figuratively speaking the soil of their hearts is extremely hard, so it is easy for us the feel discouraged. But we know that our job is to sow the seeds of the good news and God will do the growing. 

Tomorrow the rough outline of the day consists of going out to a new church where we will be training church members on how to use the evangecube and how to evangelize, followed by evangelizing in the villages. After lunch we will be headed to a juvenile detention center where we will worship and share the Gospel. 


Here's some things that you at home can be praying for:
- Pray that the Lord would prepare hearts for the good news
- Pray that the church will continue to grow and that the Thai people would have to hearts and the willingness to go out and share with nonbelievers.
- Pray for physical strength-- the heat can be physically draining.
- Pray for spiritual strength as well-- that we may not get discouraged in this darkness but remember the truth in who God is and what He has called us to do.
- Pray that we would fix our eyes on God and that we would be so focused outwardly and not inwardly on ourselves.  


Thank you for all the support you have shown us and all of the prayers, we couldn't do this without you all. God bless. 




-Amy and Kc:

Today is Thursday July 23rd. We went to another church called Seed of Doi on Monday night to meet with the pastor and his congregation. While they were training in the morning, we had the opportunity to share the Gospel in some of the villages. Our sisters Kelly and Ellie went to share the Gospel with a family, whose mother was a new believer. Her son didn't believe but got to hear the story of Jesus. Then later on that night we had a small church service and invited the people from the community to come. We were all encouraged to see the mom and her son from that morning. Amy and Matt shared their testimony, then Kc shared the evangecube and asked if anyone would like to follow Christ. The boy raised his hand and he was lead in a prayer of repentance. Right after that, a young lady wanted to step forward to follow Christ as well.


On the next day we went to another village, 2 older women came to Christ. God is great! 
On Wednesday we went to a different village, it was harder to share the Lord there than the previous villages that we had been to since the people were less receptive, yet we had the opportunity to share the Gospel with a Buddhist Munk and a lady who volunteers at one of the temples.
Another highlight of the week was that 17 young men from the juvenile detention center came to Christ, we got to play games, shared the Gospel, prayed with them and sang together. They were very happy to see us, some of them were trying to speak English to us.


Today we spent the day with the Schimmins, a missionary couple from Nebraska who have been here for over 30 years serving the Lord and tribe people. It was very encouraging to hear their stories about living in Thailand with no electricity or water for 6 years.
Tomorrow we'll be practicing on how to use the priceless cube, which is a tool that educates about human trafficking, which eventually leads to sharing the Gospel. Also we'll be prayer walking in the red light district and hoping to have an opened door to minister to some people if possible. 


Please keep us in your prayers as we are wrapping up our short term ministry here in Thailand and to finish strong, believing that the Lord's already working in people's hearts and the seeds will bear fruit in God's timing. 

In His service...




-Jeff:


I feel like I'm finally starting to adjust back to life in the central time zone and I can't believe the trip to Thailand has already come and gone.  I'm hoping to share with each of you stories of God's faithfulness over the coming days, but I wanted to send a few highlights of the trip.

After arriving in Chiang Mai on Friday, we participated in training and tried to stay awake until night time.  On Saturday, we trained a rather large (approx 100 people) church in evangelism and went into the surrounding neighborhoods with them to share the gospel.  I worked with a newly married couple that had a heart to reach their neighborhood for Christ.  I was challenged by the "zeal for the gospel" and boldness to share with their friends.  As we were walking back toward the church, my new friend said he couldn't wait to go back and follow up with those we spoke with that day.
On Sunday, we returned to the same church and trained additional people, 40 in all, and went back into the village for evangelism.
Monday we were able to train a small, young (3 week old) church.  They were very excited with the training and had already been sharing Christ with their village.  In three weeks, the 6 original members had seen 6 additional people come to Christ.  During our evening small group, 2 others met Christ.  This church has already more than doubled in new believers.  This neighborhood will be changed because of their obedience to Christ. We are also able to go to a juvenile detention center and share with over 60 youth.  17 of them put their faith in Christ that day.  There is a team of pastors that go there regularly and will be able to follow up with these young people.
The following two days we worked in different areas of the city with local Thai pastors that had a heart to reach those areas.  They have much to do in followup after the two days.

The first 5 days were long and hard as our team was often eating breakfast before 7 and returning to our house after 9 pm.  It was difficult and rewarding. Thursday we had a chance to hear about Compass 31 ministries, a restoration ministry for girls rescued from trafficking.  They currently have 5 moms and 5 kids in the house that are safe and receiving food, education including learning English.  I'd encourage you to check out their website.
Thursday afternoon we got to spend time with Charlie and Deb Shimmin.  They told us of their ministry and we enjoyed encouraging them.  They have now been faithful missionaries to the Thai people for nearly 35 years.  Pray for them as the wrap up their ministry over the next couple of years and prepare to transition back to the States.
Friday we were able to go to a school of at risk kids for human trafficking.  We shared the Priceless cube that tells them of the dangers of traffickers and that they are priceless because they are made in the image of God.  Friday night was one of the most difficult nights of my life as we prayer walked through the red light district (the "nice" one).  The sights will be forever ingrained in my memory. The darkness was palpable. Children younger than mine are for sale and no girls appeared to be more than 18y/o.  There were 89 establishments over the 45 min walk.  These girls need rescued, they need to know that the God that created them loves them.  Over the past couple of years, the Jessens have seen 15 girls rescued from this district as a direct result of their weekly prayer walks.  

In all, 155 people heard the gospel and 23 new believers entered the Kingdom.  4 churches were strengthened and trained and the lives of the North American team members will never be the same.  God answered prayer in so many ways.  He directed our path by using people, weather, fatigue, etc.  One person Kelly spoke with had a vision that morning of her conversation with Kelly prior to us showing up in the neighborhood.  God is good and He is moving in the hearts of people.

There are too many other stories to tell, but if you are still reading this email and interested in more, please ask me or one of the other team members.  You were part of this team and we could sense the prayers of His people.  Thank you.  Only eternity will tell the whole story.  May God help us to be faithful to the "good works" He has appointed for us today (Eph 2:10).

Saturday, May 17, 2014

God wants to do something new with You!!!!

Psalm 125:1 Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be moved, but abides for ever. 




You know it is so easy to live by emotions, sometimes we proclaim to have "Faith" but when things don't  turn the way we thought they'd turn we even stop praying, we're not seeking Him like we used to and many christians go back to do things God had already delivered them from! On the other hand, there are people who become lukewarm, they start thinking they're pleasing God by going to church only but in reality you're not even feeling it in your heart, you talk and pray like if it was an obligation, maybe because it's just another task you're ought to fulfill, and if you don't then the world is going to fall apart!  

Today I wanna talk to you about unshakable Faith, that whenever you approach either to the Word of God or to a church building, that beforehand you would prepare your heart and say: FATHER, I KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO TALK TO ME, YOU WILL REVEAL TODAY THE SECRETS OF YOUR HEART  IN JESUS NAME! Did you know that God can actually use people way more "experienced" than you (more experienced in your own eyes of course) Ohh absolutely!!! But if He chose you, then FOCUS and stop putting your faith at risk, questioning the Lord about the things that were, are and are yet to come! Your job right now is to trust firmly, whether in the ministry, or in your personal life (which in reality is also a ministry)
Put aside the lukewarmness, the laziness, memories from the past, previous glories (triumphs and things that won't come back) worries about what people might think, and all of that which surrounds us like a heavy cloud and hinders us from serving the Lord! 

It reminds me of a scripture that is found in Hebrews 12:1 Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight and the sin that clings so closely, and let us run with perseverance the race that is set before us. 

Oh praise the Lord for this word!!! Fix your eyes on Jesus, the Author & Finisher of the faith, in other words even if you feel like you can't do it anymore, if you prepare your heart He will be in charge of refining you again, no matter what happened previously in your relationship with the Lord, No matter what you did wrong, or if you grieved the Holy Spirit with your actions & you neglected Him, right here right now I want to invite you to pray the following prayer whether you knew Him personally or you knew Him but you turned away from Him, if you're lukewarm (inside of a church building but at the same time you feel far away from His presence. THE KING IS LOOKING FOR YOU AND SET YOU FREE OF ANY CHAIN THAT BRINGS YOU DOWN AND DEPRESSES YOU: 

Lord Jesus, right now I admit that I am nothing without You, I am lost without You.
Lord I come before You empty-handed, with hands that might be dirty because of the lack of forgiveness, with thoughts that might have failed You, with words that maybe did not please You Father!! I cry out before Your presence Holy Spirit! Make me fall in Love with You again, teach me how to love you, to lift Your Name on high, to be the center of my life again, and that there would be no thing and no person that invades or fills my heart other than You! Oh I delight in Your presence, I decrease, I minimize the famous "me, myself and I" so that You would increase in me hallelujah!!! Father I repent of all my sins Jesus, I receive You as my Only and Sufficient Savior of my life, write my name in the Book of Life and do never erase it! 
Help me to walk with You for the rest of my days until Your precious return, in holiness, purity, Godly fear and reverence holding Your hand!

In Christ Jesus,

Keysi Cordero 
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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Going to church for the wrong reasons

God bless you dear brethren!




Tonight as I meditate in God's word, so many things come to mind when it comes to fellowship/attending to a church building! There's a lot of heartache among the people today at a church building and obviously even more among those who don't even go anymore.

I titled this "going to church for the wrong reasons" and I know the first thing that comes to mind is relationships right? Especially nowadays it seems that a lot of people (mostly teens/young adults) 
Are going to a church building to find a partner, nothing wrong with wanting to get married to a Godly person, yet that's not always the case! There are lots of wolves in sheep clothing in the church and you have to ask The Lord to keep your heart, guard it and preserve it til the end! And until He confirms you when the right time and the right person is! 
Now, relationships is not all there is when we're talking about going to a church building for wrong reasons! There are lots of people who go just to hang out with friends, to get good food (wow), to check out if there are sports/fun things to get involved in, etc etc! Now don't get me wrong on this, I absolutely agree with having different groups and activities which involve the fellowship and have that communion with the Father in unity! Absolutely! Yet, not everyone's in the same boat, some people are not even saved and are already being "leaders" and the main people for certain ministries! That is wrong!!! How can you share unity with someone who isn't walking in the same light as you? It's biblical! Check this out: 2 Corinthians 6:14 (and no, this is not talking about marriages only!) Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?

Brethren be really careful! Others are trying to get something out of the church! Trying to get some personal benefits, prestige, etc! God tests and weighs every heart, if something isn't right the Holy Spirit will convict you and deliver you from the evil one! Going to church should be different! That maybe a few hours early or even a whole day early you're there already encouraged and looking forward to listening to the Living Word!! Looking forward to learning it & then practicing it, go to church to worship The Lord in praise and adoration! Go & cry your eyes out in His presence, let Him fill you up!!! My question is, do you know what you're going to church for? Or WHY are you going in the first place? Don't tell me oh I got invited, JESUS LOVES YOU AND HE USED THAT PERSON TO BRING YOU BACK HOME! But now, what's next? It's your decision my friend, come on don't hesitate! The coming of The Lord is at hand! In the meantime ask God for the forgiveness of your sins, TURN AWAY FROM THEM FOR REALS! Serve Him wholeheartedly outside the 4 walls, come hungry and thirsty for righteousness, come to the church building whungry and thirsty for the Word! This isn't some dead boring ritual or religion! That in fact sounds kind of creepy! Come on delight yourself in The Lord like a kid! 
Have a date with Jesus all the time! You don't need to go out but if you have to then do it! But don't forget to have that quiet time with Him and just be!!! A listener and a doer, not just a listener of the Word! That intimacy with the Holy Spirit can't be purchased! You have to take time and find Him! God bless guys :) 


K.Cordero 
Jesus is Lord! 

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Paul's testimony + purpose! Don't forget where God took you from!




Good morning my brethren! Let us start with a testimony on this beautiful day that The Lord has made, some of you might have already read it or heard about it, yet what a great reminder! Since all of us at some point where there just like Paul, blind and against the very Way of life!




Acts 9:1-19 Meanwhile, Saul was still breathing out murderous threats against the Lord’s disciples. He went to the high priest and asked him for letters to the synagogues in Damascus, so that if he found any there who belonged to the Way,whether men or women, he might take them as prisoners to Jerusalem. As he neared Damascus on his journey, suddenly a light from heaven flashed around him.  He fell to the ground and heard a voice say to him, “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?”  “Who are you, Lord?” Saul asked. “I am Jesus, whom you are persecuting,” he replied.  “Now get up and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do.” The men traveling with Saul stood there speechless; they heard the sound but did not see anyone.  Saul got up from the ground, but when he opened his eyes he could see nothing. So they led him by the hand into Damascus.  For three days he was blind, and did not eat or drink anything. In Damascus there was a disciple named Ananias. The Lord called to him in a vision, “Ananias!”“Yes, Lord,” he answered. The Lord told him, “Go to the house of Judas on Straight Street and ask for a man from Tarsusnamed Saul, for he is praying.  In a vision he has seen a man named Ananias come and place his hands on him to restore his sight.” “Lord,” Ananias answered, “I have heard many reports about this man and all the harm he has done to your holy people in Jerusalem. And he has come here with authority from the chief priests to arrest all who call on your name.”  But the Lord said to Ananias, “Go! This man is my chosen instrument to proclaim my name to the Gentilesand their kings and to the people of Israel.  I will show him how much he must suffer for my name.” Then Ananias went to the house and entered it. Placing his hands onSaul, he said, “Brother Saul, the Lord—Jesus, who appeared to you on the road as you were coming here—has sent me so that you may see again and be filled with the Holy Spirit.”  Immediately, something like scales fell from Saul’s eyes, and he could see again. He got up and was baptized, and after taking some food, he regained his strength.


You might think that you weren't as bad as Paul when you came to Christ, therefore you can't really "relate" to his conversion, let me tell you right now I'm the first one to identify myself with Paul, as a matter of fact I think this is one of those testimonies that relates to my old life and how God worked things out very similar in my life as He did in Paul's! 

Here's the thing, you didn't have to be a murderer or a persecutor of Christians to be separated from God! At some degree we were murderers or persecutors in the spiritual realm, by rejecting and not wanting anything to do with the things of God! See we are not just talking about the things he did or he did not, because all of is have a past, some of you don't wanna let go and still wanna live in it and in the sinful nature you were first found in!  We are talking about the whole act of Mercy from God towards this man who according to judgmental/gossipers kind of people he didn't really have a purpose for this life nor a chance to go to a church for a little bit! This is like the bible type of Hitler you guys, Saul was serious about wiping out Christians ASAP! Yet God didn't care about Saul's intentions or desires, matter of fact He even fanged his name from Saul to Paul! Just to identify his new role and purpose! Paul means small/humble! And that is huge because this man used to be very educated/prideful, according to society and social positions he was ahead of everyone else! Yet God says in His Word that whoever wants to be first then he just be a servant of all! (Mark 10:44) 

Let us not forget where God took us from! Don't forget your roots in the spiritual realm! You were lost without a shepherd, empty and dead in sin, anxious, desperate, needy,  smelly (cause sin is poisonous and makes you ugly) 

Just don't forget it and whatever spiritual level you're in right now, don't neglect what's really important: READING THE WORD, PRAYING, TALKING TO YOUR HEAVENLY FATHER & FELLOWSHIP WITH YOUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN CHRIST!  


Have a blessed night! 


K.Cordero 

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