About Him

Good day readers, right now it’s morning in New York so good morning to those in the East coast.

In have no idea how long I’ve been away…all I have to do though, is look at the date of the last post I made.

I’m here this morning to share part of my devotional because what I’ve read, I believe and agree with.

This is a screenshot of the You Version devotional Always In Control with of by Tony Evans.


Sustains and develops that which He brings into existence.

Months ago, sometime last year I believe, I came to the continuing belief that God is taking care of me. I am aware that my blood says that I have sickle cell disease. Doctors have blamed this disease to be the reason of my stroke in December 2015, that in conjunction with the stress I was experiencing at that time. Possibly brought on by cold temperatures when I worked in a fish market for a few hours. Oh what a story guys!

After the stroke and recovery of the skills that I lost, skills I had that I grew accustomed to like walking and control of how my body rids itself of waste (liquid and firm). After all of that I was told that I will either have to take hydroxyurea or get blood exchanges for 7 years, according to my doctor. I think my last exchange was in 2019. 2019 was also the year that I had my ventral port removed. Which means absolutely no exchanges. For the ventral port gave nurses access to my blood in order to do an exchange. That ventral port was connected to a vein…I’m not exactly sure but it caused a vein in my neck to stand…all this being said, I believed and still do believe that God will take care of me, for He created me, He knew the seed and egg owners and He knew I would be created. So I trust Him to take care of me. He sustains and develops that which He has brought into existence.

Hallelujah, glory and praise be to the absolutely most high God.

May Solomon’s Prayer Become Our Prayer

Bible readers who have read the bible know about Solomon and his father David. The action of Solomon is what todays our daily bread devotional is about. Yet, it is a good action, one to be followed unlike his actions … Continue reading


Sometimes life happens.

Things get in the way of you accomplishing your plans,  your plans change or you have to take a detour. Life happens.  For example, in April, my sister was hospitalized and visiting her daily was something that kept me from exercising, saving money, and working to get things done at home. This that I had planned to do. 


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