Posts Tagged "grace"

Don’T be DisCourageD

»Posted by on Jul 23, 2012 in My Blog..., The Rightings | 2 comments

Don’T be DisCourageD

Don’t be so discouraged! Don’t you see Him? Don’t you see Him sitting beside your situation, don’t you see Him rolling up his sleeves, don’t you see Him tying up his steeltoe boots? He, the creator of the Universe is about to go to work for you! He is about to work in the midst of your mess, just move over….

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say ThanKyou

»Posted by on Jul 22, 2012 in My Blog..., The Rightings | 1 comment

say ThanKyou

Sam woke up around 6 am as she always did throughout the week after she hit the snooze button about 2 to 3 times and sat up in her bed. She put her feet on the floor and stood up and opened her blinds looked past her new car to see the sun peeking at the world as if it was waiting on the guest of honor to show up to the party before it jumped out from behind the mountain to yell surprise! She went to her desk and sat down. Sam opened up her bible and prayed, “Lord thank You for another day, for allowing me to see another sunrise, You are Awesome father! I come to You as humbly as I know how asking You to bless me with a new job…I need more money to provide the life I wish to give my daughters…Bless my parents and family and bless those without...

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A Valentine’s Day to Remember…

»Posted by on Mar 29, 2010 in Jermaine Lewis, Short Stories | 12 comments

A Valentine’s Day to Remember… Sheree and Keisha had been friends since the first grade and were so close that most people thought they were sisters. They were hands down the prettiest girls around and they didn’t even seem to notice. Everyone loved these best of friends, they were inseparable to the point that they always held the same job and worked the same shifts. Sheree was so focused on school that she never ever dated. While Sheree was home studying, Keisha was on a date with someone, it really didn’t matter who, she just loved to be out. Even though they had different lifestyles when it came to dating, they shared one common principle, “no sex or funny biz, until my last name is the same as his!” After High school the friends...

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I know He is real. . .? The whole story

»Posted by on Mar 25, 2010 in Jermaine Lewis, Short Stories | 4 comments

Chuck sat on the edge of his bed and thought of all the decisions he had made that caused him to be sitting in the position he was in, depressed, starving, and broke. The solution had one bullet left and a deadly assignment, seconds before the trigger was pulled the suicide was interrupted by the ringing of the phone, Chuck answered and said, “what up Dee?” Chuck had been clean for 5 years now and things were going great. His wife was supportive, and had forgiven him for things that he had yet to forgive himself for doing. Chuck had grown up in the church and was an honor roll student his whole life, went on to be a permanent member on the Dean’s List at Hampton University. One night feeling bored and unchallenged by life, Chuck decided...

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