HIS MASTERPIECE

HIS MASTERPIECE

Shot and edited by Tashia Life Survivor Cromwell,

I began taking a look around at all of Gods creations down to the ants, How skillful is our God, Hes such the Ultra (Pablo Picasso) Taking his time to skillfully create life, We are his Masterpieces, Take care of what he gave you, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Always take to time to love and appreciate your life no matter what the diagnosis is. From scabs to Cancer glorify him

SKATTERED BLESSINGS

SKATTERED BLESSINGS

I was reflecting on a certain situation when God led me to this, I hope it bless you the way it did me.

The Fall of David
The “Sweet Psalmist” of Israel was 50-years old when he committed adultery with
Bathsheba. The sight of him leering at her from his rooftop, arranging for her to come to
his chambers, seducing her and then having her husband killed must have been enough to
make angels sit down and weep. What a blow it was to the Kingdom of God. How could
it happen?
David had a unique hunger for the Lord from the time he was a boy tending sheep out in
the wilderness. This was enhanced as he spent time with Samuel and deepened during
his years of running for his life from Saul. Undoubtedly David was hitting his spiritual
peak when he became king at the age of 30. Unfortunately, the power, prosperity and
carnal indulgences such a position afforded him began to take their toll upon his walk
with God.
By the time he had his affair, he had been king for 20 years. David had become so soft
and pampered that he no longer even went out to battle with his men. He luxuriated in
the palace while they laid siege to Ammon. David—who had once walked so closely
with God—had gradually slipped away from the Lord in his heart. Years of indulging his
flesh had left him spiritually weak. It was then that the devil presented the temptation. It
should be noted however, that David would have never done such a thing when he was
walking closely with God. We see the same thing in his life as was true of the Israelites
in the wilderness: one’s daily life sets the stage for either victory or defeat with the
temptations that are sure to come our way.
It is true—if it could happen to David it could happen to anybody. However, the real
issue was not so much what he did with Bathsheba and Uriah but what was going on
inside him prior to this. Those acts were simply the out-working of what was going on in
his heart. Undoubtedly David maintained a pretence of devotion to Jehovah, but the
reality was that he had long since slid away from that place of intimacy he had once
enjoyed with God. In fact, he was so backslidden that he stayed in sin with Bathsheba for
nine months before Nathan’s confrontation jolted him into reality. He wrote Psalm 32
after he came to his senses, which describes his state of mind during that time.

The company you keep

The company you keep

I took this at kure Beach, what a refreshing time, I began to think about my life and the people in it, What were their motives? I would encourage you to also think about the company you keep, especially the ones who are always saying they love and support you. Passive aggressive people have always been able to fool many.