From Neck Up

This week, on Wednesday night, I had one virtual meeting with the board members of a non-profit clinic, called  Wholistic Health Services, that is located here in Virginia (4395 Little River TurnPike, phone number: 571-282-3636). This non-profit clinic serves Ethiopians and Eritreans who have no health insurance and/or have low income.   Continue reading From Neck Up


“The LORD God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.” Genesis 2:18

A suitable helper or “a helpmate” in the Hebrew word is Ezer Kenegdo and guess what that translates in to: A LIFESAVER.
No wonder divorced men die quicker than the men who stayed in their marriages. Remarriage doesn’t change the life expectancy of a divorced man. The only thing that is better for a man to do in this life is, first, to find a woman to marry, and second, decide to live with her until he dies.

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Adam Knew His Wife

They say, “Men love sex and that is where it starts and ends for them.”

I know, I once thought that too. Some researchers didn’t want to waste their time either when they agree with that and say it is “self-explanatory” as if that was the definition of being a man.

So, since his puberty, a man is beaten up with a message such as this one: “You are here on this planet for one thing only: To have sex. All you need in life is sex. If you don’t get that, you are going to be less of a man. So, do whatever you can to keep your manhood.” Continue reading Adam Knew His Wife

A Wife Prays

Thank You, LORD, for giving me another day to come to You in prayer. May Your Name be blessed forever!
I have received many good and perfect gifts from You, LORD. LORD Jesus, You died for me; so I might live for You. You became sin for me so I might be God’s righteousness. Thank You, LORD Jesus!
I also thank You for giving me a husband, with whom I am becoming one. I don’t deserve to have him as a husband but You gave him to me anyways. So, thank You.

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Beauty and Glamour

The Book of Esther is one of the Old Testament Books where we don’t find the word “God” in it but we see God almost in every chapter, God ushering Himself in the middle of the story.

It is the Book of the Bible I love the most, I think, because I am a woman and that book is all about The Woman (the Bride of Christ). I love Esther very much. We can learn a lot from her.

Before I show you the one of the lessons I learned from this book, let me give you a short background story of this book. Continue reading Beauty and Glamour