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THE RELIGION CORNER: Thank You Lord, For Another Year

By LYNDIA GRANT NNPA from The  Washington Informer THE RELIGION CORNER: Thank You Lord,  For Another Year   What an exciting weekend we just had, me and my two co-hosts, Pat Cannady and Crystal Smith and our planning committee when we came together Saturday, June 13 at The Mill, in Baltimore, Maryland to celebrate my third radio show anniversary.  It was three years ago when we first came on the air at ...

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What Would Happen if God RSVP’d

What Would Happen if God RSVP’d   This may sound familiar to some of you as I am commenting on an earlier article. There is a passage in scripture that tells us to be careful about how we entertain strangers because they in fact might be angels in disguise. Now I don’t know if you believe in angels, but have you ever wondered what you would do if you had the opportunity to entertain God. I mean what wo ...

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Open the Floodgates of Heaven

BY: LYNDIA GRANT NNPA COLUMNIST Open the Floodgates of Heaven Open the Floodgates of Heaven” by Bishop Paul S. Morton is a song with one line of lyrics. It’s about times when you find yourself suffering through a drought. It is a metaphor that reminds us that His Word says He will open the windows of Heaven and pour us out blessings we won’t have room to receive. It causes us to reflect on the tragedies in ...

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Balancing Your Life — Mentally, Physically and Spiritually

Balancing Your Life — Mentally, Physically and Spiritually This article is about our health mentally, physically and spiritually. The Bible says it is in 1 Corinthians: “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?” It’s that time of the year again; my third radio show anniversary is in June. This year, my health fair will b ...

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Pray on God’s Time, Not Yours

By James Washington Special to the NNPA From The Dallas Weekly Pray on God’s Time, Not Yours If you’re like me, prayer is a subject that keeps popping up because sometimes out of sheer habit, I keep doing it. Intellectually I understand its purpose and its benefit. But sometimes I get lost in the reality of whom and under what circumstances, I’m moved to pray. It’s then that I want my prayers answered on my ...

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The Religion Corner: Happy Mother’s Day!

            By: Lyndia Grant Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer Happy Mother’s Day!  — But What About the Children?   Recently, the world watched Baltimore burn as we witnessed a mother who emerged as a hero in a video that went viral. Seen beating her teenage son across the head as she yelled, there was much feedback, some positive and others negative. I’m w ...

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The Religion Corner: The Storm is Passing Over

by Lyndia Grant Special to the NNPA from The Washington The Religion Corner: The Storm is Passing Over The economy in America is much better today than it was 7 or 8 years ago! There is an upswing evidenced by new homes and businesses being built; people are spending more money now, and there is definitely new growth. Bob Deitrick, a Principal at Polaris Financial Partners, studies political parties to dete ...

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Today’s Decisions Are Tomorrow’s Realities

              By: Lindia Grant Special To The NNPA From The Washington Informer Today’s Decisions Are Tomorrow’s Realities Do you often feel like you’re stuck in an almost-life? You think to yourself, you’re a ‘mighty’ person in the making? No truer words have been spoken. I heard these words during an interview recently and they sounded familiar to me, too. Tim Storey, ac ...

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Yeah, I Love You Too

Yeah, I Love You Too     By James Washington Special to the NNPA from The dallas weekly   I just had an experience that had me look up this previously written column. I was losing my mind as in my Christianity in the midst of going off on someone whom I believed deserved it. Fortunately for me, I remembered that the road to spiritual salvation is sometimes so obvious, so apparent that we just ...

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Spiritually Speaking: Bringing Sin to the Party? Woe!

Spiritually Speaking: Bringing Sin to the Party? Woe!               By James Washington Special to the NNPA  From The Dallas Weekly As believers we think we have a lot on our plates. From our perspective however, that shouldn’t mean we’re challenged beyond our capacity to fulfill God’s destiny for us. It just means we have a purpose; God’s. The more we understand and inter ...

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