Walk With Me, Lord…

Happy Tuesday morning.

The are five guaranteed things that this life brings: Love, Loss, Change, Death and Life.

Every journey of this life is not promised to be easy. However, as Believers, we know that we never have to walk alone.

Sometimes our prayers are not answered the way we wish they would have been. That is why when we pray, we pray for the Lord’s will to be done.

Our prayer this morning, “Lord allow peace to rest and abide with me as I learn to submit to your will and your way. When questions come, help me to know that your ways are perfect. In Jesus’s name. Amen.”

Allow the worship video to minister to your heart. Micah Tyler is an amazing songwriter. May his words bless you and bring you peace. The song is entitled, “Different.”

I love you with an AMAZING LOVE.

Rev. Marcia Davis

You Are My Strength

Psalm 28:7

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

    You are my strong shield,
    and I trust you completely.
You have helped me,
    and I will celebrate
    and thank you in song.

Good Monday Morning:

Father God: We  lift your name and give you the Highest praise. Go with us today and lead us in your will and your way.  Be our strength and fortress. You go before us and prepare the way. You ARE our Strength. Amen.

Be blessed today. Meditate on today’s worship video performed by William Murphy entitled, “You Are My Strength.”

Rev. Marcia Davis

The Least of These…


Matthew 25:37-40

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

37 Then the ones who pleased the Lord will ask, “When did we give you something to eat or drink? 38 When did we welcome you as a stranger or give you clothes to wear 39 or visit you while you were sick or in jail?”

40 The king will answer, “Whenever you did it for any of my people, no matter how unimportant they seemed, you did it for me.”

Happy Friday, Everyone.

I missed talking to you yesterday, but I am here today and feeling much better.

Today’s devotional is about showing love and compassion to everyone. Jesus’s first act, when encountering someone in need, was to provide the provision and then to teach or set free.

The same must be said of us, as we are Christ’s ambassadors. We represent the Cross and everything that it stands for.

Let everyone we encounter receive the same respect and honor we would show our Lord. The blessing we give to others will turn their mourning into dancing and their sorrows into joy.

Please enjoy today’s praise video performed by Michelle Williams entitled, “If We Had Your Eyes.”

I love you, with an AMAZING LOVE.

Rev. Marcia Davis


A Father’s Love….


Seven years ago, today, my father got his wings. I will always miss him. Two things my father instilled in me was a love for all types of music and respect for all life.

A lot of my spiritual footprint is from how my Father understood God. Daddy was an amazing musician. He played the piano, keyboard and organ. To hear him play a gospel song would literally bring tears to your eyes.

He taught me to feel music in every fiber of my being. So much so, when I listen to music now, I not only hear the music, but I become the music.

Music is a gift from God. When it is used in the right way it can be life-changing.

Ephesians 5:19-20

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

19 When you meet together, sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, as you praise the Lord with all your heart. 20 Always use the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to thank God the Father for everything.

Today, I dedicate the worship video to my father. I love you, Daddy. This was one my father’s favorite songs. The song is performed by the Mississippi Mass Choir and is entitled, “Near The Cross.” I played this song for my father the night he took his last breath. I wanted him to walk into heaven with this song in his spirit.

Rev. Marcia Davis

Revive Us, Again…



Clear!!!!! Reviving!!!

When a person goes into full cardiac arrest, it is sometimes necessary to try to revive them using defibrillator paddles. Why are the paddles necessary? An attempt to revive a patient, using a defibrillator, is needed because a person’s heart is not able to function properly on its own.  The paddle is used to get the heart beat back to a regular rhythm and is able to beat properly on its own.

Our spirit works the same way. There are times when our spirit becomes weak and gets weary. However, instead of reviving our spirit with a defibrillator paddle, we seek God for a Revival.

Why revival? Revival is necessary when our spirit has been neglected from not being in the presence of God and there is a need to get back in perfect alignment and cadence with God.

Neglect can be caused by not spending time with God through prayer, worship, or studying the Word. Neglect is from putting other things in higher priority above our relationship with God.

Spiritual neglect is not always purposeful. Sometimes revival is needed because we have been in a long bout of spiritual warfare and our spirit is exhausted from the battle.

For whatever the reason, we can call on God to Revive Us again. Revive us by breathing new life into our spirit until we feel our strength returning.

If you are in need of a refreshing, simply ask God to Revive your heart, mind, soul, and spirit and to place your feet firmly in a secure place and back in fellowship with Him.

I pray that you enjoy the worship video performed by Anthony Evans entitled, “See You Again.”

I love you, All, with an AMAZING LOVE. Stay close to God. Our relationship with Him is our number one priority.

Rev. Marcia Davis





It’s Not About Us…


1 Corinthians 3:4-9

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

Some of you say that you follow me, and others claim to follow Apollos. Isn’t that how ordinary people behave? Apollos and I are merely servants who helped you to have faith. It was the Lord who made it all happen. I planted the seeds, Apollos watered them, but God made them sprout and grow. What matters isn’t those who planted or watered, but God who made the plants grow. The one who plants is just as important as the one who waters. And each one will be paid for what they do. Apollos and I work together for God, and you are God’s garden and God’s building.

Whenever we share share the love of God, we are planting a seed. Once the seed of God’s love is shared we let go of “ownership” of the seed. As the scripture passage above states that one person plants the seed and another waters, but it is God who makes it grow. 

The planters and those who water are both servants of God. One role is not more important than the other. When we begin to compare roles and rank them by our preconceived order of importance, at that point pride and the ego have taken over. It’s no longer about God, but rather it has become about the servant. Quick lesson in serving that is vital to remember, “It’s Not About You, it’s about Jesus.

Today’s Prayer:

Father as we go about our day today, let every encounter we have with someone be a God encounter. Let those we meet see more of you and less of us. May Jesus shine brightly in, around, and through us today, for Your glory. Amen.

I love you All with an AMAZING LOVE. Rev. Marcia Davis

Is Anything Too Hard for God…

What Makes God……God?

For me it is because there is nothing that God cannot do. He is God, above all, through all and in all. Here are just a few names for God:

God (‘El, ‘Elohim)
Most High God (‘El ‘Elyon)
Almighty God (‘El Shaddai)
The Almighty (Shaddai)
The LORD of Hosts (Yahweh‐Sabaoth)
The LORD Our Banner (Yahweh‐nissi)

This is why I can dance before the Lord. This is why it is so easy to start my Friday with a High praise. God can do anything except fail.

Genesis 18:10-15

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

10 One of the guests was the Lord, and he said, “I’ll come back about this time next year, and when I do, Sarah will already have a son.”

Sarah was behind Abraham, listening at the entrance to the tent. 11 Abraham and Sarah were very old, and Sarah was well past the age for having children. 12 So she laughed and said to herself, “Now that I am worn out and my husband is old, will I really know such happiness?”[a]

13 The Lord asked Abraham, “Why did Sarah laugh? Does she doubt that she can have a child in her old age? 14 I am the Lord! There is nothing too difficult for me. I’ll come back next year at the time I promised, and Sarah will already have a son.”

15 Sarah was so frightened that she lied and said, “I didn’t laugh.”

“Yes, you did!” he answered.

Enjoy today’s worship and praise video performed by Ada entitled, “Jesus (You Are Able).” Dance and worship before the Lord with joy and gladness.

Have a great weekend. Know that I love you with an AMAZING LOVE.

Rev. Marcia Davis

Love Wins…


Have you ever just had one of those days were you woke up and felt a little gruff around the edges? Maybe you could tell that you were off of your normal energy or mood.

When we feel that way, we must be careful and be cautious, as we become prime targets for the enemy’s attack.

The best thing to do is to quickly ask God to cover your mind and heart from the tricks and traps of the enemy, with the Blood of Jesus. Then pick an encouraging scripture passage that you can meditate on during the day.

My favorite passage is 1 Corinthians 13, also known as the “Love Chapter.” Once you read it you will understand.

1 Corinthians 13

New International Version (NIV)

13 If I speak in the tongues  of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and if I have a faith that can move mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. If I give all I possess to the poor and give over my body to hardship that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing.

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

Love never fails. But where there are prophecies, they will cease; where there are tongues, they will be stilled; where there is knowledge, it will pass away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part, 10 but when completeness comes, what is in part disappears. 11 When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put the ways of childhood behind me. 12 For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.

13 And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

I invite you to filter your day through this chapter. We all still have learning and growing to do. Let’s walk our journey with love, mindfulness and care as often as we can.

Enjoy today’s worship video performed by Larnelle Harris and entitled, “The Greatest of These.”

Wait, Worship, Pray & Obey…

A Letter to God’s Beloved Creation;

If God asks us to wait, it does not mean to do nothing. When God asks us to wait it means that while we are preparing for God to answer, we must continue to worship, pray and obey.

Waiting on God never meant to lock ourselves in a room and sitting. Waiting on God is a Divine Romance. While we wait, we seek God’s face and stay in His presence.

At home, when I am preparing my husband a meal, I sit his plate in front of him. Before I go on to fix my plate I always ask him, “Baby, do you need anything else?” If he needs something, I will bring it to him.  In the very same way if we are waiting on God, we are close enough to Him to ask, “Father, do you need anything?” We wait patiently for the answer. While we wait, we continue to worship, pray, intercede for others and continue to walk in the Word and Will of God.

One day, God will show you your divine purpose….the reason why you were created. Just be ready when he Calls and says, “I have need of you.”

Luke 19:28-31

Living Bible (TLB)

28 After telling this story, Jesus went on toward Jerusalem, walking along ahead of his disciples. 29 As they came to the towns of Bethphage and Bethany, on the Mount of Olives, he sent two disciples ahead, 30 with instructions to go to the next village, and as they entered they were to look for a donkey tied beside the road. It would be a colt, not yet broken for riding.

“Untie him,” Jesus said, “and bring him here.31 And if anyone asks you what you are doing, just say, ‘The Lord needs him.’”

Please enjoy today’s worship video performed by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir entitled, “Lead Me Lord.”

Be blessed today and know that I love you with an AMAZING LOVE. ~ Rev. Marcia Davis

Seek the Lord…


Good Tueday Morning.

I’m going keep my words brief because the Word of God is lengthy today. I don’t want to take anything away from it. I leave you with this word today. “Seek the Lord, while he may be found.”

Isaiah 55

Living Bible (TLB)

55 Say there! Is anyone thirsty? Come and drink—even if you have no money! Come, take your choice of wine and milk—it’s all free! Why spend your money on food that doesn’t give you strength? Why pay for groceries that do you no good? Listen and I’ll tell you where to get good food that fattens up the soul!

Come to me with your ears wide open. Listen, for the life of your soul is at stake. I am ready to make an everlasting covenant with you, to give you all the unfailing mercies and love that I had for King David. He proved my power by conquering foreign nations.  You also will command the nations, and they will come running to obey, not because of your own power or virtue, but because I, the Lord your God, have glorified you.

Seek the Lord while you can find him. Call upon him now while he is near. Let men cast off their wicked deeds; let them banish from their minds the very thought of doing wrong! Let them turn to the Lord that he may have mercy upon them, and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon! This plan of mine is not what you would work out, neither are my thoughts the same as yours! For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than yours, and my thoughts than yours.

10 As the rain and snow come down from heaven and stay upon the ground to water the earth, and cause the grain to grow and to produce seed for the farmer and bread for the hungry, 11 so also is my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It shall accomplish all I want it to and prosper everywhere I send it. 12 You will live in joy and peace. The mountains and hills, the trees of the field—all the world around you—will rejoice. 13 Where once were thorns, fir trees will grow; where briars grew, the myrtle trees will sprout up. This miracle will make the Lord’s name very great and be an everlasting sign of God’s power and love. 

I love you with an Everlasting Love. Please enjoy the worship video, found at the bottom of the page, performed by Phillips, Craig and Dean entitled, “Come, Now is the Time to Worship.”

Rev. Marcia Davis