Here is Your Weekly Wisdom!

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8) Three times I pleaded with the Lord to take it away from me. 

9) But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. 2 Corinthians 12:8-9 
Paul knew the power of uncompromising grace from God. He understood when he was weak there was a transfer through his faith in Christ that occurred. When we put aside our flesh or ego self, and place our faith in Christ who lives within us, it gives us power to live in God’s grace.
The ultimate healing is experiencing life through Christ light within us from the inside out. Easier said than done. It takes faith and belief in the knowledge of Who lives within us.
Affirm: Today, I place my self aside and all of the troubles that go with my struggles and change my perception. I will focus on the Christ light inside of me and not on the issues I deal with in this world, my emotions, in my mind, and in my body. To God be all the glory for His lavish grace and power He will bestow upon me today!
Loving you from here!
Dr. Jenine Marie Howry
Added video The Mystery of God’s Powerful Grace and Favor!

The Dirty Little Secret

IMG_20170904_140736_219I can’t wait for you to watch this video because I feel deep in my heart that the church and people of God are coming to a place of new understanding. This is to walk in the grace of God and not judgement or pointing fingers. Our position as the Body of Christ is not to judge others but to love them as Christ loves us. The church is a driving force here on earth in order to push back the darkness. She is not to be the darkness but to be the light of Jesus Christ. God bless you in your hearing!

Pastor Jenine Marie Howry

Jenine Marie Coaching and Ministries 

 

You Are Like a Diamond: Multi-Faceted!

heartHave you ever asked yourself the question, “What is my purpose in life?” You do have one. We all do! This world would never be the same without you. Your purpose is as unique as the gifts you bring to the earthly and heavenly table. Consider this though; you are multi-faceted just like a diamond! In life you have been rubbed one way and then the other. Then you have been buffed and polished! Maybe some of you are going through most of this now, but I have to say, it won’t stop in this lifetime.

Each and every person on this earth not only has a purpose, but has multi-faceted gifts and capabilities. We have different interests and should love to explore them all! Let me give you an example:

I have been called to be a Pastor; a shepherd of God’s people. I am also gifted to help women heal emotionally and spiritually. I can preach a message. I can do a teaching. I can pray for deliverance and do it all in tongues and in English. I love creating things and I love writing, as you can see! I also love makeup, fashion, business, and expanding myself. I love creating publications (when I am not in school and have the time), and I adore counseling women who are going through difficult and transition times. I love education and I am a life long learner. I am a wife, a mother of grown children, and a grand mother! I’m also a sister to one sister from our family bloodline and to many in the Body of Christ.

I am sure in the time I have left in life there will be many other things I will be faceted to do and accomplish! My point is, we can do these things because Christ is in them wherever we go as long as we are in Christ! How can a Pastor have a business? In Christ! How can a counselor also have a church? In Christ! I think you get my point.

I have said all of this so that you will never put yourself in a box. A diamond is meant to be fashioned and then shown off for all to see! We often talk about not putting God in a box. I am hoping you will not put yourself there either! You were meant for more! God can help you balance it all. There is no reason an evangelist can not own a dress shop, or a prophet who could not also work in a grocery store. God wants us to use His spiritual gifts and our given creativity and talents as well. A multi-faceted person is a joyful one as long as you do it in Christ. A multi-faceted person is one who carries Christ in all situations to all people! Think of the possibilities!

I encourage you today to start treating life as something to explore just like new territory, because it is that way! How can you learn everything in this life you are here to discover if you don’t do many different things or have many interests?

Repeat: “I can do all things in Christ”!

Pastor Jenine Marie Howry

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