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Sunday

It’s Monday, already! Great morning to you and welcome new Freedom Walker! I thank all of you for walking with us on this thrilling journey! It’s my desire that each Walking in Freedom! Devotional encourages your walk with Christ and motivates you to turn your attention to God.
During the weekend, did you make it to your place of worship? Were you able to attend church? I don’t know why, but for me, Sunday mornings seems like the morning where the enemy is the busiest. It’s on Sundays when I’m most tired and it’s too hard to get out of bed. Sunday morning is the day my outfit has a hard time coming together, my hair has a mind of its own, and my shoes are hiding from me.

Well, today’s Walking in Freedom! Devotional will motivate you to make it your #1 priority to spend time with God and in His Word. And you’ll be inspired to make your way to church!
It’s Monday……already! Let’s make it a great day and keep walking in freedom with Jesus Christ!

your sis,
Rhovonda

P.S. Be on the lookout for the devotional series to celebrate Easter, “The Week He Changed Everything.” This series will be available in an eBook format really soon!



Sunday is the day when the kids are on a rampage and my frustrations are high. On those days, it seems like all sorts of obstacles are getting in the way of me getting to church and getting to church on time, no matter how early I wake up. Why is that?!

Satan doesn’t want us to hear God’s Word. Our faithful foe doesn’t want us to be in a place where we can be transformed, re-energized, and equipped for the following week. The enemy doesn’t want us to make it to that place of worship; he doesn’t want us focusing all of our attention on God because if we make Jesus the center, things will begin to change.

When the Word of God goes forth, people are changed. When God’s Word is spoken, we are strengthened and made new! When praise and worship are in the atmosphere and the people of God are on one accord, healing and deliverance take place! Shackles are broken! Captives are set free!

My sister, on Sundays, we must be even more mindful of the enemy’s tricks. Sunday is one of those days that the enemy tries his hardest to keep God’s people from going to church. He brings all kinds of excuses our way; using anything and anyone to hinder us from getting to the house of prayer.

Whatever you do, make your way to church so that you may worship God, exhort one another, and fellowship with other Believers. If you didn’t have a chance to make it to church on Sunday, you can still get in the Word. Read God’s Word. Make every effort to spend that special time with the Him. You don’t want to miss what God has specifically for you! Not only that, but do whatever you have to do to make your way to Bible Study or mid-week service.

As we go throughout our day, let’s encourage one another and keep our minds on Jesus. Let’s encourage someone today, being the reason someone smiles. Let Christ be seen our lives.

It’s Monday…..already!


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Last Sunday

My thoughts on yesterday:

Ah. The last Sunday of 2014. Wow! I’ve made it to the last Sunday. God, I sure do thank You. For You have kept me from January 1, 2014 through December 28, 2014. Just 3 days left of this entire year. This year, like every year, brought challenges. There were days when I wanted to quit. Days when I said, “Just forget it. What’s the point.” In my waiting, I grew tired and weary, but God, You gave me strength to keep pressing my way. I had a lot of testing and trials in 2014, but they were all for my good. Those tests kept me on my knees; they pushed me closer to You, and I communed with you more. Thank You for those tough days.

Some days, I passed the test, while other days I failed big time. In spite of it all, I saw Your great mercy at work. I experienced Your saving grace because Lord, You saved me. You rescued me from myself.

God, You know me better than I know myself. You know my inner thoughts, my dark secrets. You know my heart, my every motive behind every action. Lord, You know. Nothing is hidden from You. Father, You made me and formed me in my mother’s womb.

Through all the ups and downs, You’ve been faithful to me. You believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. You told me that I could. You showed me that there was more inside of me, that I can conquer, that I can overcome. I win if I keep You first. So, Father as I enter into Your sanctuary, Your house of worship, I reflect on Your faithfulness. My mind ponders on Your protection and provisions that was given by You on a daily basis. And I meditate on Your precious Word that has been a lamp for me.

I thank You for another opportunity to be able to spend this last Sunday morning of 2014 in Your house and in Your presence.

Father, thank You for this an awesome privilege!

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ENCOURAGING YOU TO WALK IN FREEDOM!
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