Thursday, May 28, 2015

Miracle Tree - Changing Lives

Then God said, “Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and fruit trees on the earth bearing fruit after their kind with seed in them”; and it was so. The earth brought forth vegetation, plants yielding seed after their kind, and trees bearing fruit with seed in them, after their kind; and God saw that it was good." ~ Genesis 1:11-12

A few months ago I was introduced to Moringa and in researching this plant I've come to discover it's medicinal benefits.  Take a moment to view this documentary by the Discovery Channel:

If you have health issues, I encourage you to take a step further and invest in your health!  You are worth it!

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Ezekiel's ARISE!

This morning, at about 7:00 a.m. I had this impacting dream:

NOTW by Maggie Rodriguz 
There was a man standing tall and as I approached him, he called my name as if he knew me. There were three other women in the room sitting at a table. I sat down to listen to him. He then called us to stand and we gathered around him. He embraced us all and I proceeded to embrace him. However, he was so tall that my arm wrapped around his posterior. Feeling awkward I proceeded to move my arms down to my side. All of a sudden, he bends down towards me and said a few words in tongues. Power emanated from his Presence and I began to speak in tongues quietly. He then blew on my face and my spirit was released from my body. (I literally can feel my body falling as I laid in bed). I can see a tunnel and suddenly Angels appeared bursting forth from behind my body that was floating in the air in a spiraling motion. They dispersed forcefully as if they have been dispatched on assignment.
I continued to look through the tunnel and I was seeing people's faces. These images were flashing quickly. And then I woke up.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Terrorism Within the Land

I had this dream on 9/11/14:

I was walking through a neighborhood that was barricaded because of a storm. It was not snow but a sand storm. Whirlwinds made it difficult to see as it stirred up the sand.

Piles of sand covered the streets and sidewalks. I barely could walk through it. However, I started to make my way through when I noticed a man walking towards my direction. As he drew near, we had to squeeze by one another on the sidewalk yet no words were spoken. As I continued to walk, there was a young woman ahead of me walking with her head down. Both were Afro-Americans. They both looked beaten emotionally.