Envisioning Today

Why does tomorrow seem so far away?
For today seems so elusive, like yesterday

Our existence but a matrix of thoughts, events and emotions. Like lab rats in a wheel, we’re going through life’s motions.

Of everyday attempts to arrest the emptiness inside and protect ourselves from heartache that offers us no pride.

Then accept how vulnerable we really are in the grand scheme of things. Yet reflect on our own behavior and how life brings;

New decisions to make each day and new thoughts to ponder. New memories for us to cherish or those we can squander.

Why does tomorrow seem so far away?
It’s not if we embrace it — tomorrow is a mere reflection.
A vision of today.

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Author: The Healing Place Ministries

Denise J. Williams was born in Brooklyn, New York & holds a doctorate in biblical studies. More of her work can be found on her blog http://www.thebrokenvessel.wordpress.com​ Her first book, The Healing Of A Broken Vessel was released in 2009. Her second offering, Chambers of the Believing Heart was released in June 2012. Her objective is to inspire the modern day believer to seek an authentic, passionate relationship with the Lord.​ Both books can be found on Amazon. ​ Denise has over twenty years of ministry experience. Her past outreach efforts included ministering to nursing home residents and tutoring young women in reading. She currently hosts Healing workshops in the Jacksonville area to empower women to be Kingdom builders in the body of Christ. In addition, she is a photojournalist who contributes weekly to The Florida Star newspaper, a voice over artist and on occasion hosts the radio show IMPACT sponsored by The Florida Star newspaper on WCGL 94.7 FM a gospel station in the greater Jacksonville, FL area. Denise is fully persuaded that believers can be viable catalysts to expose the world to God’s unconditional love, healing power and authority for such a time as this!

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