Urgent Prayer Request – Gloria Scott

Dear prayer partners and readers, please lift my dear friend Gloria up in prayer, she is being taken to the ER due to her blood pressure being too high.  I thank you and ask God to richly bless you for your faithfulness.  – Briggie

Father God, Master and Creator of the Universe, look upon Your daughter and place Your healing hands upon her and heal her in the name of Jesus. Put the right doctors and nurses in her path, give them Your knowledge to aid in her healing. Send The Comforter to her and give her peace Lord. Send Your angels and place a hedge of protection about her Lord. Give her strength, and let her rest knowing that Your Lord have her in Your arms, in the name of Your only Son, Jesus, amen.

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Posted by on Sunday,October 4, 2015 in Uncategorized



Prayer Update – Praise Report Roxie McGeorgr

All praise and honor and glory to our God for His mercy and healing for Roxie. We just learned she made it through quadruple heart bypass surgery and is doing well. Thank you all for your prayers, may  God bless you and reward you for your faithfulness and prayers.  Keep praying that He continues to heal and restore Roxie and for strength for her and her family in Jesus’ matchless name.



Posted by on Friday,February 27, 2015 in Praise Reports, Prayer, Prayer Requests


Prayer Request for Roxie McGeorge

Dear prayer partners, my dear friend Doris has asked that I reach out to everyone and ask for prayer for Roxie. She has suffered a major heart attack and is waiting to be transported to another hospital for surgery. We do not know what the day holds for any of us, but we do know Who holds us daily. May our Heavenly Father hold Roxie in His arms, and heal her according to His plans and will for her. May He guide the doctors and nurses with His wisdom and compassion and may His peace and strength surround her and her family and loved ones, in Jesus’ mighty name, amen.


Posted by on Sunday,February 22, 2015 in Uncategorized


No condemnation in Christ…

So I was going to write something today on no condemnation in Christ as this has been echoing in my thoughts for days now, but I think this verse and this song says it all (lyrics are below).

God bless you

~Briggie ^i^

Romans 8:1-4 NLT “So now there is no condemnation for those who belong to Christ Jesus. And because you belong to him, the power of the life-giving Spirit has freed you from the power of sin that leads to death. The law of Moses was unable to save us because of the weakness of our sinful nature. So God did what the law could not do. He sent his own Son in a body like the bodies we sinners have. And in that body God declared an end to sin’s control over us by giving his Son as a sacrifice for our sins. He did this so that the just requirement of the law would be fully satisfied for us, who no longer follow our sinful nature but instead follow the Spirit…”

Written By: Martha Munizzi, Danielle Munizzi and Anthony Evans

There is no Condemnation
For those in Christ Jesus
By His blood
I have been made free
There is no Condemnation,
For those in Christ Jesus
By His blood
I have been redeemed

Because of His forgiveness I donʼt have live with
Shame anymore because of His Redemption
No more condemnation
Thereʼs no more

Christ who died raised to life
Made a way for me, thereʼs no depth
Thereʼs no height
That can separate me from his love

There is no Condemnation
For those in Christ Jesus
By His blood
I have been made free
There is no Condemnation,
For those in Christ Jesus
By His blood

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Posted by on Saturday,October 4, 2014 in Uncategorized


I am grateful for…

I was recently challenged by a friend to write out and share 3 things I am grateful for everyday for 7 days, and at the end of each day, nominate 2 other people to do the same.

Day 1 was a breeze.  Day 2 wasn’t too difficult either.  Day 3, took a little thinking.  By Day 4 I spent quite a bit of time in front of my computer screen.  It’s not that I don’t have a lot to be grateful for, it was trying to put it into words and not sound like I was saying the same things over and over and over.

I hate to say this, but when Day 7 arrived, I actually breathed a sigh of relief. It’s not that I didn’t feel I had anything left to write about that I was grateful for, it’s that I was afraid of leaving someone out, or not being spiritual enough, or sounding, forgive my wording here, but like an airhead.

it wasn’t until the challenge was over and the next day arrived when I felt like I was letting myself off the hook for not having to write about what I was grateful for anymore.  So, as part of my routine (and I am trying to make it daily, but I’m not beating myself up about it if I miss a day or two) I pause for a few minutes to reflect on all that I have that God has blessed me with, the good, the not so good and the “oh Lord help me through this!”

While I reflect on those things, I imagine what my life would be like if I didn’t have these blessings – and I include the good, not so good… I don’t consider myself to be materialistic or superficial, but I know that there are so many things I take for granted each day.

So, with this in mind, I challenge you to write out and share 3 things you are grateful for each day for 7 days and nominate 2 others to do the same.

Happy writing and God bless you!


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Posted by on Wednesday,September 17, 2014 in Uncategorized


I can’t change the Past, I can’t foretell the Future, I can Live and Enjoy and Be in the Present!

Saw this picture and thought it was so appropriate for how I feel right now at this moment.

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Posted by on Monday,September 15, 2014 in Uncategorized


Words, Do Yours Bless or Hurt?

God’s Word says that “…the tongue has the power of life and death…”Proverbs 18:21.  We can brighten someone’s day with a kindly spoken word, or cast a dark cloud with a bitter and harsh word.  Sometimes we mean harm with our words, sometimes we don’t even realize we are doing it.  Words cut like sharpened steel, or strengthen us like rock.

I always thought that my children knew that I was their biggest supporter and that I always felt that honesty is the best policy, no matter the situation.  Then, one day, my son approached me and said, “Mom, I don’t think you realize the impact of what you say.”  This wasn’t meant as a compliment, it was meant as a criticism.  I had relayed my feelings about a situation which were up front and honest and were not said in anger or with a bitter tone, however the effect of my words had a cutting impact on my son, which was not my intention.

This evening, I was the one who was being spoken to, and while what was said was not in itself meant to be hurtful, the way it was said was.  I took what was said as a way of being put in my place, and to stop talking.  It cut me to the core and had me paralyzed.  After some time had passed, I felt myself just sitting and staring and wondering what I did to deserve such words and treatment.  It took me about an hour to realize, as a society, we have become so desensitized to what other people may think or feel, that we do not think before we speak.  We have this need to have the last word, to set ourselves above and feel superior.

jesus NEVER did this.  He put others before Himself.  He prayed long and hard before He spoke.  He carefully thought out what He said, how He said, to whom He said it to, and what the outcome of His words would be.

Lord, I pray that I can be more like Jesus when I speak.  Let my words by a sweet sweet sound in Your ears.  Let my words be full of blessings, not cursings, bring healing, not pain, be uplifting, not discouraging, and be full of praise and not complaints.

I am inserting one of Joel Osteen’s messages: Both Death and Life are in the Power of the Tongue,

God bless you,



Posted by on Saturday,September 13, 2014 in Uncategorized


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