Greetings to the body of Christ:

It is with a heart of gratitude and a spirit of anticipation that I write to you today. As we come to the closing of other dynamic Annual 50 days consecration.

 During these 50 days, we have seen the power of God work through many of life.  I have seen spiritual growth, and spiritual maturity in the body of God, and for this, I say thank you, Lord, for your mercy, grace, and goodness toward us.

To all the saints of God in New York, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida and Illinois that took part in this ministry during 2019 consecration. I applaud you for the great work you have done, the many sacrifices you have made, and the cooperation with which you have given so that I could accomplish the tasks that God has put before me. My continued prayer is that God continues to bless you, your Family, and your church.

As we head toward 2020, I expect to see a higher level of devotion, participation, worship and sacrifice. Therefore, let us embrace our inheritance as we grow in strength as we move forward in spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.

May the favor God cover us all.

Elect Lady Linda Braswell

Friday, June 7, 2019, Meditation Thought

48th day of Meditation Thought by Sister Bobby Campbell

Ephesian 3:16-17

That he would grant you, according to the richest of his glory, to be strengthened with mighty by his Spirit in the inner man: That Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and established in Love

God grant us strength according to his riches in glory, which means Unlimited. There is No limit of power through the Holy Spirit. As believers, we want Christ to dwell in us; this all happens through faith as the Holy Spirit dwells in us. Our inner man becomes stronger.

When we will become more rooted and grounded in God, our Love becomes deeper. Because of God Love, it will make us love others, we will be more thoughtful and our deeds an actions will reflect his Love, grace, and mercy.

Thursday, June 6, 2019, Meditation Thought

47th Day od Meditation Thought by: Sister Perscilla Wilson

Ephesian 4:30 And grieve not the Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption.

The meaning of the grieve is to cause to feel grief or sorrow. You grieve the Holy Spirit by not allowing yourself to be led by God, but choosing your own ways not obeying God. all Christians are called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus.
Paul reminds us that a Christian is sealed until the day of redemption. This seal takes place at the point of receiving salvation. This implies both identification and security. We are marked by the Holy Spirit awaiting the day when we meet God.

Tuesday, June 4, 2019, Meditation Thought

45th Day of Meditation Thoughts by: Sister Grace White

Romans 5:5

And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.

This scripture is a reminder that we will receive everything that God has planned for us. All our hope and promises will be fulfilled. We, the believer, will not be disappointed. Because Jesus died and rose, we that are one with him will also reign with him. This scripture also represents the love of God that abides in us through the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is one that Jesus said he would send to walk beside the believer; it is our comforter and our guide in every situation we might go through. Today we say thank you Lord for giving us this great gift

Saturday, May 25, 2019 Mediation thought

35th Day of Mediation thought by Pastor Patrice Jones

Isaiah 40:10   Behold, the Lord God will come with strong hand, and his arm shall rule for him: behold, his reward is with him, and his work before him.

The prophet allows us to become a participant in the conversation between him and God. Prophet words are words for the future that has yet to come. This scripture tells us that our hope will be a reality as long as we continue to believe in Jesus Christ and When he comes, he will have our reward with him for those who have trust in him and kept his word. Brother’s and Sister’s keep your eyes on the author and finisher of your fate

Thursday, May 23, 2019 Mediation Thought

33rd Day Mediation Thought by: Sister Linda Lemon

Romans 8:4

That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.

This scripture let’s us know Jesus dying was the requirement of the law . Jesus death satisfied the debt for us. By this we should not follow our sinful nature but instead follow the spirit of God. The Holy Spirit produces righteousness in the believer’s life to be obedient to God. We should no longer be under the influence of the flesh and it’s desire. Today I say thank you God for paying the price for me.

Wednesday, May 22,2019 Mediation Thought

32nd Day of Mediation Thought by: Minister Winston Stevenson

Hebrews 8:6

But now hath he obtained a more excellent ministry, by how much also he is the mediator of a better covenant, which was established upon better promises”.

This verse talks about a better covenant, which was established through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. The original covenant was not good or strong enough to provide for generations.  That old covenant was the law. The law not only made all subject to condemnation for the guilt of sin, but it was also unable to be permanently removed the guilt. The new covenant is an unconditional covenant of grace. It imputes righteousness where there is none.  This all took place by the blood of Jesus Christ for the full remission of sin that was provided for all who believe. Jesus Christ is the better promise because through Christ we can receive eternal life.