Written by Pastor Sharon D. Megginson
May 20, 2019
In a good place....
Inspired by Genesis 45:4-8 & Genesis 50:20
We have all been wronged by others in some way. When you find yourself in
a good place, you no longer blame others who may have caused you pain! I have faced many trials and tribulations that have caused disturbances in my life, but I also know that God didn't allow my
painful moments to destroy my future! I can truly testify that my faith is built on the word of God and that's why and how I survive fiery moments! Please don't give up on God blessing you with an
"in a good place" healing.
March 18, 2019
I am so proud of you for putting a voice to your pain. Don't
accept the enemies voice telling you that you should be strong and deal with your hurt alone! You are STRONG because you spoke up about your pain to seek help! I will forever stand against bullying.
It's not Ok to be bullied at any age. Keep telling your story until you get the justice you deserve!
-Sharon D. Megginson
February 28, 2019
Parents it's not your job to explain to the world about the other parent's short comings! From one parent to another please stop &
think about being respectful to the other parent for your child's mental, spiritual and physical health. STOP trying to put down the other parent, allowing others to talk ugly about the other
parent.... especially in front of the child or on #socialmedia. Parents stop & rebuke this madness right now....Enough! The child hurts when this happens and feel as though they have to pick
sides. Parents start the healing process now from your mistakes, hurt and or shame to allow your healing to overflow into your child’s upbringing. The child will see the truth and will make a
fair decision of their thoughts regarding each parent roles & responsibilities as they grow up!
To the new significant other in the parent’s life please help these parents to do better by bringing positive energy to the
relationship instead of sitting back & watching them & their children be heartbroken and clapping back at each other...remember life is full circle. We must fight for our families!
I approve and live by this message.
P.S. Growth & healing for everyone involved.
Sunday, April 22, 2018
Have you ever misplaced or lost something, whether it's of a small or large value? I found
myself for several months looking for a gift card from my family. I was so exhausted from the search! I decided to give up the hunt and trust God to help me with my loss. During the time of my
missing gift card I was grateful in all things seen and unseen. One day, I was straightening the covers up in another room and under the covers was my gift card...what an on time
I want to speak to someone who feels like their blessings are hiding from them. Your blessings are being covered until God gets ready to exposed them to bless
Giving God the Glory! Amen.
Sharon D. Megginson
Thursday, February 2, 2017
This morning sadness called to let me know that death was visiting my family and it was going to hang around for awhile! I paused and immediately called on my
Lord to give me strength to continue to carry out God's will for his glory.I pray that God will provide healing
to all that are mourning, in Jesus name, Amen.
-Sharon D. Megginson
Friday, January 20, 2017
On this day, January 20, 2017, United States of America has now witness a new President over our country. There are so many mixed feelings and emotions that
are being experience right now by the American people. The internet has been filled with so many negative comments but I ask that we all come together and pray that God will help the
President and leaders of our country to carry out God's will. I pray that there will no longer be room for hate but may we all be filled with love and understanding for each
other. For my prayer warriors and intercessors let's continue to put our faith in God that all things will work together for good to them that love God! God please
continue to bless and strengthen America.
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
The Lord is our Rock....Miles apart from each other and facing our own challenges, who knew that we would meet and spend the rest of our lives together as one. God said
yes to David and I in every area of our lives. The month of November is so special to us and especially this year because on November 25, 2016, David and I will be celebrating 10 years of marriage.
Recently we renewed our love for each and enjoyed a romantic photo shoot in my original wedding gown. God is still the head of our lives and we will continue to let God lead us!
Sharon D. Megginson
|Photo taken by DEM Photography/David Megginson
Thursday, September 12, 2013
None of us are perfect and before we judge each other we should look at ourselves in the mirror and examine our Christian duties
to God, ourselves and others. We should strive daily to incorporate Galatians 5:22-23 in our daily living. Practicing these nine fruits of the spirits in your daily living will allow you to connect
deeper with the Holy Spirit. You will begin to recognize what ungodly ways to remove from your life and what Godly ways you may need to strengthen.
We often have no problem loving the people in our path that are doing the things that we want them to do for us, but if one of
them offend us we either officially or unofficially make them our enemy and stop showing Godly ways towards them. Although we no longer want people in our circle that have offended us in some way or
another Matthew 5:44 tell us how to handle our enemies and haters. My version of this scripture is to pray for your enemies’ deliverance that they may become closer to God. After all God is our
creator and knows how to clean us up.
Life events can be like a roller coaster which can be spiritually, emotionally and physically challenging, but count it all joy that
if you are living according to the Lord's he will equip you with the tools you will need to help you overcome what life throws at you. Remember our thoughts about how a situation should begin and end
are not God's thoughts. So let us all rejoice in the midst of our storms and know God will work it out for the good.
Peace is a condition of your heart. The benefits of accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and personal savior will allow you access to
peace. No matter what may come your way learn to be content in knowing God will provide.
As Christians we have a responsibility to be loyal and trustworthy to God, ourselves and others.
Let's be quick to Love and Slow anger.
Pastor Sharon D. Megginson
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
I greet you with Jesus Joy,
I was inspired to share this story on my blog because so many times we as Christians are
not living up to our duties towards believers and non believers. My goal is not to tear down any church or saint but to uplift all with a message of Unity and
I recently received a phone call from a sister in Christ stating that she was invited to a
family and friends function at a local church and was not greeted with a warm welcome by some of the church attendees. Please allow me to fill you in a little about the Woman’s story I’m telling.
This woman has recently been through physical and mental trauma and is slowly recovering in all areas of her life. Although she was hesitant about attending this church annual function,
she did not want to let her family down by not attending and showing her support. The woman mentioned to me that it took everything she had to get up and get herself presentable to attend this
function to be greeted in an ungodly way. As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith, Galatians 6:10
As Christians, we should strive to do what Christ would do in any given situation, whether
we are at a church function or inside of our homes. After all, church is in our hearts from the beginning when we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and personal savior. Most of all
our body is the temple of the Holy Ghost!
In closing, you never know when you are in the presence of a Holy Angel, so always show
hospitality. Please keep this scripture in your heart: A
new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another, John 13:34 KJV. When a person comes into your presence let’s not mistreat them but welcome them with open hearts filled
Love you in the Spirit of the Lord,
Lady Sharon D. Megginson