Psalms 18:2 The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer; My God, my strength, in whom I will trust; My shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.

Psalms 40:17 But I am poor and needy; Yet the LORD thinks upon me. You are my help and my deliverer; Do not delay, O my God

The name “Jesus” is Yeshua in Hebrew  is verbal derivative from “to rescue”, “to deliver”. That’s why Jesus is known as our Savior. What a beautiful name!

Every time we call on the name of Jesus, the name that is above every other name, we are calling on Jesus (who is God Himself) to save us. Saving us is Jesus’ job description! Amen!

Whatever the challenges are or whatever crisis we are facing— be it physical, financial or emotional—we can count on Him!  The Bible in Rom 10:13 says “For whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” Amen!

The word “saved” in Greek is “sozo” which mean to keep safe and sound; to rescue from danger or destruction; to save one from suffering from disease; to restore to health!

What do we need saving from today? Let’s see Him in our situation, rescuing, protecting and providing for us! Amen! Thank you, Jesus! Hallelujah!


“Therefore my people are gone into captivity, because they have no knowledge: and their honorable men are famished, and their multitude dried up with thirst. 14 Therefore hell hath enlarged herself and opened her mouth without measure: and their glory, and their multitude, and their pomp, and he that rejoices, shall descend into it.” Isa 5: 13-14

God doesn’t have to send anyone to hell; most have volunteered to go willingly. Many have spent a lifetime aspiring to go. They know the language, are mentally astute to the philosophy, the mechanics of being eternally separated from God and are more than qualified to accept a permanent position. In other words, anyone who puts their mind to it and is willing to do all that is required can surely achieve eternal damnation. God doesn’t put anyone in hell because it’s overbooked with prospects from every religious persuasion. There is no end of those who gladly embrace the damnable prerequisites. Please excuse the serious twisting of the obvious but the Lord implied that many will say to Him, “Lord, Lord, didn’t we do lots of church stuff and have our name embossed on our industrial sized Bibles?” The notion of being acquainted with the essentials for eternal safety, for some, is too tedious and rarely enters their thinking. But after graduating to a more sincere doubting of the scripture or despising the commandments altogether, one becomes more than eligible for disposal. I’m still amazed that the unsuspecting people in the front of the line are being trampled by those who just can’t wait to sign on.


Colombia is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women. A Colombian woman dies at the hands of her husband every four days. In 2011, more than 150 women were the victims of acid attacks in the country. So far in the Barranquilla region, 15 women have already been murdered by their husbands or partners this year.

The murder rate is so high in Colombia that it is ranked second in the world for femicide—with Guatemala at the top of the list. After Colombia, the list includes El Salvador, Bolivia and the Dominican Republic.

At the root of the problem is machismo, the belief that men are superior and that they have the right to dominate, control and abuse females. Male pride is certainly not unique to Latin countries, but because of certain unique cultural circumstances in this part of the world, machismo has triggered horrific levels of domestic violence, rape, sexual molestation and murder.

Because the Roman Catholic church has only men as leaders it produces MACHISMO.The Roman Catholic concept of the priest being the father who knows best and represents the pope has not allowed men to develop as men but to remain as children and as a result Spanish countries were and ruled by dictators not democracy. Yes the root problem is the Catholic Church and its way of doing things



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