Showing posts from May, 2010


A reciprocal : shared, felt, or shown by both sides,: serving to reciprocate : consisting of or functioning as a return in kind We all go through changes, some better, some worse and yet changes must come about for growth. Growth in our understanding and in our relationships with one another. I am learning many things and one of them is how to ask for and receive a reciprocal. A reciprocal in life or business is a like exchange for rendered service. I find it hard to ask others for assistance, yet feel perfectly comfortable giving assistance to others. Upon contemplation I found this to be odd. Upon study, I realize that this reluctance can be based from fear of rejection and in some cases a form of pride. So I am studying the Abraham covenant of a reciprocal. Genesis 12:2 And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing: Genesis 12:3 And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee s

In Isolation

Because No Man Is An Island © 1997 Debbie Turner Chavers We are isolated to some degree from the needs of others. All around the world there are disasters in many places and yet it is a time of opportunity. The opportunity to share the love of God with others. As we prayerful look around, we will see needs that we can meet . At times, it all seems to be over-whelming. Yet, we must reach out. Jesus said, that we would have the poor always. Poor means lack. It is not just a lack of resources but a poorness of spirit. We are equipped to help meet needs. Even if you lack funds. You have something to share . A smile, a word of encouragement, an acknowledgement that although you are not the answer, you can share The Way to have every need met in Christ Jesus. I want to encourage you today to do something today. Help meet a need. You are able. ~Debbie © 2010 Debbie Turner Chavers Philippians 4:19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riche