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Hazel Moodley


It is most frustrating when our fingers work faster than the app on the cell phone. It just freezes, the clock appears and we wait with abated breath for a response. Eventually out of utter irritation, we remove the battery, wait a few moments and then the phone seems...

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  I WIll Bless You O Lord A Poem

Come bless the Lord all ye servants of the Lord who stand by night in the house of the lord. Lift your hands in the holy Place and Bless the Lord Come bless the Lord God desires to be blessed.When a child blesses their Father,he in turn blesses them. A Prayer for You...

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  His Namesake A Poem

A name that is greater than the heavens light Far more superior than the darkest night A name that calms the raging seas And stills the wind to a breeze A name that makes kings know He is the son of heavens glow Yeah , I will not sway nor be dismayed Neither will I...

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Never Give Up

"For everyone born of God overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith. Who is it that overcomes the world? Only he who believes that Jesus is the Son of God." (1 John 5:4,5) The secret to becoming an over comer is not deep...

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Winter Reign

“While the earth remains, Seedtime and harvest, Cold and heat, Winter and summer, And day and night Shall not cease.” (Genesis 8:22); "You have set all the borders of the earth; You have made summer and winter." (Psalm 74:17). In all of the seasons of the year, winter...

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My Life is Not My Own

If God does not shove you, you may not start walking. Stagnancy is the worst detriment to delaying one’s purpose in life. Have you ever considered that we are not born just to be self sufficient, self absorbed or selfish? Our lives on earth are more for others than it...

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Love Came to the Garden

"Adam, where are you? Adam," God called out and from behind the bushes, transgressions proceeded, guilt walked and disobedience came to light. Yet all God saw was a son, a daughter, and Jesus’ blood. The Garden of Eden where choice lied was tainted by pride.  The...

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Favor in Famine

The world is resounding a song of an economic crisis. The song they are singing is , “This is one of the most tumultuous times on record in the global financial markets.” The financial indicators have indicated major instability, cutbacks, retrenchment and shortfalls....

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