How Many Kings?

By: Gabriela Yareliz Oftentimes, we feel alone in our wandering through this human journey– alone in that we feel God doesn’t understand our pain or our struggles. We see God as distant, far– and yet, this season reminds us that God left His throne to assume flesh. He became man and faced our nature andContinue reading “How Many Kings?”

Tuesday Badinage: November 29, 2016

By: Gabriela Yareliz It’s raining in NYC, today. Christmas decorations are up. The city looks beautiful and glittery, like the movies. I had a hectic morning. Lost my metro card, missed my train, almost didn’t make it into Court on time because of the weather and the long security line wrapped around the building. IContinue reading “Tuesday Badinage: November 29, 2016”

Tag: Day #1

By: Gabriela Yareliz I was tagged by the lovely and inspiring Cinderzena blog to do the Three Days, Three Quotes tag. Here is my Day #1 quote: “After the prayer is made, if the answer is not realized immediately, do not weary of waiting and become unstable. Waver not. Cling to the promise, ‘Faithful isContinue reading “Tag: Day #1”

Never Forget

“Faith is acting like it is so, even when it’s not so, in order that it might be so, just ’cause God said so. Because what faith says is: God you are telling the truth. Faith establishes what you think about God.” Tony Evans “God hears you and in His own timing, in His ownContinue reading “Never Forget”

Condolences: Cardoza Family

By: Gabriela Yareliz This week was a difficult week because we lost a friend, Gabriel Cardoza. I ask that you keep the Cardoza family and friends in your prayers. Gabriel was such an amazing young guy. He had a soft, sweet temperament. It was easy to go on adventures and explore with him. He oftenContinue reading “Condolences: Cardoza Family”


“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” Khalil Gibran By: Gabriela Yareliz Have you ever had a dream where everything you fear may never come true becomes reality? When we sit back and look at the things we are afraid of, or the things we hardenContinue reading “Scars”

Too wise to err

By: Ellen G. White Every saint who comes to God with a true heart, and sends his honest petitions to Him in faith, will have his prayers answered. Your faith must not let go of the promises of God, if you do not see or feel the immediate answer to your prayers. Be not afraidContinue reading “Too wise to err”

Selections from the book: Heaven

By: Ellen G. White Let our faith pierce through every cloud of darkness and behold Him who died for the sins of the world…Let this hope gladden our hearts. “Yet a little while, and He that shall come will come, and will not tarry.” Hebrews 10:37. Blessed are those servants who, when their Lord comes,Continue reading “Selections from the book: Heaven”

I know in whom I have believed

“He [Paul] assured them that nothing shall fail of all that the Lord hath spoken concerning His tried and faithful ones. They shall arise and shine; for the light of the Lord shall arise upon them. They shall put on their beautiful garments when the glory of the Lord shall be revealed. For a littleContinue reading “I know in whom I have believed”

Answer to prayer

The answer may come with sudden velocity and overpowering might, or it may be delayed for days and weeks, and our faith receive a trial. But God knows how and when to answer our prayer. It is our part of the work to put ourselves in connection with the divine channel. God is responsible forContinue reading “Answer to prayer”