Pastor Julianna

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Title: A legacy of peace

There’s too much war in the world today. There are wars in families, homes, and even marriages. Wars Are widespread in governments, schools, and universities. Wars are not just here in Canada or North America, but in divers other nations and we see its evidence every day on the television and we hear of them on the radio. We are hearing about all kinds of wars. Racial wars, economic wars, financial wars and most of all political wars which are worldwide. Now is the time to start thinking about sweet peace. Not the peace of men, but the peace of …

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Are you training for good health?

Bodybuilding and mind building We live in an era where bodily exercise is so popular. Daily, we see gyms are filled with people building their muscles, toning up and toning down. Some cycling at high-speeds, others at low speeds, strengthening the heart muscles. Some are taking gym hours to lose body fat and the list goes on. All of this is very important and very good for the body. Today, however, I want to address the importance of your mind. Your mind governs your whole body and as a result the word of God begs us to take care of …

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Happy Mother’s Day… all year round

Who can find a virtuous woman in this day and age? Hoping you’ve all had a wonderful Mother’s Day weekend. I am of the opinion that Mother’s Day should not be limited to the one day of the year based on our Calendar; but something we highlight on a regular basis. At this time of the year, I want to salute virtuous women; the women whose price is far above rubies. The virtuous woman is your mother, the virtuous woman has the ability to birth both male and female. She may not fit your qualifications now, but when you were …

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Rise up!

Black people you have a wonderful heritage… keep it going As I study the Bible in-depth, I realize that the Black race was highly favoured and recognized by God. I hope that after reading this article, you will go back and read your Bible. Isaiah The Faith Life Study Bible (FSB) comments that the Hebrew name here “Cush” (Kush) is used in the Old Testament to designate a region of East Africa that likely included southern Egypt and northern Sudan. So the cushites were Black people. The prophet Isaiah gives us a detailed description of their stature, reputation and territory. …

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Crimson love for the Black race: You are worth dying for

It is such a beautiful sight when one witnesses the diversity of our races in one setting. We are almost five months into the year but I am convinced that, together,this year 2019, we are going to change the perspective that, we the Black race has had  about ourselves. We have to learn to appreciate our race, our beauty, our intelligence, our worth and value; even the color of our skin. Your skin, no matter what it’s shade, is beautiful in the sight of God; because he created it that way. We are living canvases to display the creative and …

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What your finances reveal about you

Can you love God more than Money Money, money,money! The love of money is greater than Valentine’s Day it is like an epidemic it is like a virus going nationwide. It is causing a lot of havoc in society. The love of money is the root of all evil. Some love money so much that they are selling their souls for it. Some will even kill their loved ones because of money. Some will steal in order to support their dirty habits. Some even love money more than their spouses, more than their parents, more than their children and more …

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Emancipating words: slave and servant

We all serve in some way and report to or submit to someone in some kind of setting For years we have despised the words slave and slavery, especially in the Black community. Some of us have serious art with these words. Some have despised people who have called them a slave, but I want to thank God today for spiritual revelation. Did you know that the word slave is not a bad one at all? The word slave has the same meaning as servant, and the word servant has the same meaning as steward. To be a slave you …

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Hope and expectation: pillars for our tomorrow

We are now in the year 2019, the year of expectation. It’s good to know the numbers and their representation. For example, the number 10 is the number of man and the number 9 is the number for fruitfulness. A woman’s fruitfulness is demonstrated by birthing children and it takes nine months before giving birth a full-term baby. Every human being must live with expectations. To expect something is to look forward to something or to anticipate something; both of these words imply considering what is to come. So I want to put the emphasis on how we consider our …

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Many people are always talking about freedom

Freedom Some will make statements such as “I am free so no one is going to tell me what to do.” Today we will spend some time on the word “freedom.” Freedom is a very powerful word, one that can, on the one hand, inspire hope and courage, and on the other hand, inspire fear for those determined to keep it from others. For the sake of freedom, children rebel against their parents. Many workers are angry with their employers, citizens are rising up against their elected officials, and as a result nations are fighting against nations. Many will say …

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Black history: We’ve come this far by faith

All year-round and not just in this second month of the year, we should not forget to give thanks unto the Lord. February is Black History Month. This is the month that we’ve been given to commemorate, remember, share and educate ourselves and others about our heritage and our diverse culture. The Black race has a very rich history – from Africa to the America’s and the West Indies. We need to hear the stories and believe that God heard the prayers of the Black slaves. These slaves were without a doubt “prayer warriors” both day and night, crying out …

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