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Category: Mature and Senior Adults

Experiencing The Beauty Of The Lord

The temple of the Lord God was finally finished. King Solomon arranged that all the furnishings were placed inside the temple in a particular order according to the directions of […]

The Revelation Of My Heart

I began to write this post on September 12, 2016 but could not complete it until after the revival service when I received the full lesson that the lord wanted me to learn from my experience.

Old But No’ Cold!

There is an old Jamaican saying which states, “Old but no’ cold.” The phrase describes an elderly person, about sixty and over, who is very strong and active and has […]

Are you stress? Check your Pressure

High blood pressure or Hypertension is very prevalent and according to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than one in every five adults worldwide are affected by this disease. The […]

The Great Commandment

Jessus said that His yolk is easy and His burden is light. We already discovered that His yolk is His words but what is the burden of the Lord?

The Spirit gives Life

Do you believe that words are alive? Words can be written, and they can be spoken but as far as we know they are not considered living things. The living […]

Educate yourself about Diabetes

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that affects the blood sugar level in the body. The body is unable to process glucose, and so the level in the blood becomes abnormally […]

Deadly Influence!

You may be wondering why the title of this post has a negative connotation which is contrary to the usual titles of my articles. There is a good reason for […]

Be Healthy and Rest in God

Recently I have been thinking seriously about adults who are forty to fifty and over. I have been observing the lifestyle of a few people, and I kept wondering if […]

One Spirit One Body More Power!

The last post on this blog dealt with bridging the generational gap and we looked at various ways in which we can create a relationship between the old and the […]

Bridging the Generational Gap

Recently I have been talking to my teenage daughter about issues that affect the elderly and she told me that one of the areas that we need to address is […]

Prevention is Better than Cure

‘Prevention is better than cure; Early detection saves life.’ You have heard these phrases repeated quite often especially during this month where the world focuses on breast cancer awareness.

I Am Stuck!

Are you stuck in a situation where it seems as if you cannot get out? Are you tired of wandering around in a circle where there seem to be no […]