Category Archives: Truth

True Love Knows . . .

Growing up, I used to love to read and hear romantic stories. And from all the stories I heard, one particular true story stayed with me for a long period of time. So, the story of this man and his woman used to be the topic of everybody’s coffee time discussion. And I love to hear about them. This man, as they said, “loves his girlfriend so much that if any man decides to look at her, he will fight with that man. If she decides to say hi to any man, it doesn’t matter whether the man is her uncle or brother, he will put her in trouble.” So, wherever this couple goes, there is always a drama to tell. As a little girl, I used to sit and dream about having a “macho and loving man” like that guy standing next to me, because I thought that was the definition of love.

I mean think about it! As a little girl who didn’t have anyone to teach her how a girl should be loved and treasured by a man, I thought that was the most romantic relationship any girl can ever have with a man. So, I made a decision with myself to find that kind of man for myself. Continue reading True Love Knows . . .

Death, A Reminder to Love

This is a season some people get married and others graduate from school. This season is also a season of death since people die at all seasons, including spring and summer. This past week, some people we know finished their journey on this side of heaven and crossed over to the other side. And it is sometimes tough to try to comfort those who lost their loved ones. I mean, what do you say to them? “Don’t worry, you will join them soon?” Or, “It is okay, we all are going to die anyways?” I think sometimes it is better to just sit next to them quietly.

While my Berhan and I were sitting to comfort a family who lost their loved one last week, one woman came in and began crying, expressing her love to the deceased one. Sitting there listening to her, a thought came to my mind: Did the deceased ever hear all these loving words from this person when he was alive? Is she repeating what she already told him while he was still alive or is she expressing her love now? Continue reading Death, A Reminder to Love

A Woman, assuming Authority over men?

A4P Guest: The Bible says that a woman should not have authority over men. You are not allowed to teach in the church since doing so is like assuming authority over men. Can you help me understand this?

A4P: Wow! My friend, you missed my call big time!

God didn’t call and anoint me so that I would assume authority over men; or over women for that matter; but over the power of the darkness! I’m (by the way, you too, are) called and anointed to demolish the network of the devil; “to put down arguments that sets itself up against” the truth of God; to walk over the devil’s territory and take over that which doesn’t belong to him! Oh, you missed my calling big time! My authority is over the power of the principalities who work in the dark. Continue reading A Woman, assuming Authority over men?

Meet him at the right spot!

I love to read the story of King David, including his one day adulterous affair he had with the married woman and the consequences of that fateful day (2 Samuel 11 & 12).

David got anointed by God; not so he would be famous and renowned king which he was but so that God’s name would be known and praised as King David wipes out the enemy of God’s people. The best thing about this truth is that, David knew it all along! Listen to this:

“And David knew that the Lord had established him as king over Israel and that his kingdom had been highly exalted for the sake of his people Israel.” (1 Chronicles 14:2) Continue reading Meet him at the right spot!

I want to read it for you

I sometimes ask people to read back to me what I write to know how the message sounds. And most of the time, as if I was a music composer, I feel like they are destroying the message by the way they read it. You see, even if written messages are not songs, they have a melody of their own.

And today I want to read you the message I just posted few hours ago so you can hear the message as well as the seemingly music and melody of the message.  ///

The Higher Truth

If you are hanging with me for sometimes, you sure know that I care about the outside weather. Yeah, I don’t appreciate the weather when it is gloomy, cloudy and snowy. No, no, no! I don’t want those things. I want bright, sunny and breathy weather. And, while living in Maryland, wanting and desiring to have that kind of weather is like wanting to live in a dreamland of Oz.

While I was thinking about the weather this morning, something captured my heart. You see, if I choose to stay tuned to the outside weather, like today, I hear a message of the weather that says, “Well, hands down! Today, you will have a miserable day since the sun is not out!” Continue reading The Higher Truth

The best and the most effective way – – –

As the Deer Pants

– – – to deal with the evil spirit when he strikes is by running to the True Shepherd of our soul, Jesus Christ; by seeking Him day and night as a deer pants, desires and seeks for the water! (Psalm 42:1; James 4:8)

After all, Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life! He is the Bread of Life! (John 14:6a, John 6:35 & 48) Without Him, there is no eternal life because He said, “No one comes to the Father except through Me.” John 14:6b ///

Pictures and videos going viral

Something is burning in my heart right now and I want to share it with you all.

I’m sure you all know by now that ISIS is slaughtering innocent human beings in the name of religion. And they record all their inhuman actions and post it on powerful social media such as Facebook and YouTube.

Do you think we need to write our comments on those pictures and videos? Do you know when we write our comments and share those posts; we help ISIS fulfill its agendas?

Do you know leaving a comment on a social media post introduces the post, the media, to hundreds and thousands of people? That is how social media work. Continue reading Pictures and videos going viral

A Role of a Father from a Family – – – A Generation

When our daughter was a little girl, like three or four years old, the most exciting day for her used to be the day I made her hair differently. She looks at herself in the mirror, admiring her beauty she asks: “Do you think my dad will recognize me?” I always respond, “I doubt it.”

She waits for him as if nobody’s business. Every now and then, she looks out of the window to see if her dad is back from work. So, I usually call my husband and give him heads up. So, he comes home and says, “Where is my daughter? And, who is this cute girl here?” Continue reading A Role of a Father from a Family – – – A Generation