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    HEAVENLY ENCOUNTERS: Trusting the Currents

    in Spirituality

    Our guest, Lynda Pollio is the Author of Trusting the Currents and Winner of 10 Book Awards for Literary Excellence. Lynnda never expected to be a writer until she heard the mystical voice of Addie Mae Aubrey, a Southern, African-American woman asking her to tell her story. Together, they shared an amazing journey through space and time that transformed her life forever.

    Trusting the Currents is a spiritual story of self-discovery—of faith, courage, forgiveness, and the uneasy search for one’s place in life. Who’d have thought that a white woman from New York would channel a Southern Black woman? It just goes to prove that heavenly encounters do show up in the most unexpected ways!

    As a New Consciousness Educator and Author, Lynnda continues to connect people with the universal truths that lie within their hearts, so that we all may reach a more sustainable, caring future.

  • 00:43

    Trusting that trust won't hurt

    in Religion

    Living to finally put that guard down and learning to trust without thinking someone will hurt you. In life you will get hurt by people you may have trusted but that doesn't mean you can no longer trust others if you go down that path everything you do you will struggle with it. Example relationships,marriages,friendships trusting co workers or even associates it will be as hard as you make it but learning to trust others regardless of what happened in your past will allow you to finally heal that hurting womb.


    in Self Help

    Where in your life do you notice yourself  TRUSTING or not?  Angels the more Clearer I become the more I understand and KNOW that TRUST is key!  And in truth the only person you need TRUST is yourself.

    Do you?  If not why not?  Whoever told you that you are not one to be TRUSTED? Every Child of God is TRUSTWORTHY!  Receive great inspiration, and affirmations that you can begin using TODAY!

    BUZZWORD OF THE DAY......TRUSTING......where in your life are you TRUSTING?

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    bringing people back to themselves

  • 00:06

    Episode 3: Trusting in the Lord

    in Spirituality

    Trusting  in the Lord

  • 02:00

    Trusting in the Finished Works of Jesus

    in Christianity

    Tonights bible study is about how to grow your faith and trusting in jesus more and more

  • 00:30

    Trusting God

    in Christianity

    On today's episode of Faith Time with Faye Nicole Hines, we will study the topic of trusting God. Many are struggling with trust. Today, you can receive freedom, and this freedom will help you trust the Lord too.

  • 01:59

    The issues of trusting the Lord

    in Christianity

    Relationships without trust there is no trust and without relationship there is no trust.

  • 00:59


    in Self Help




    EPISODE #146


    In this week's episode we're chatting about:

    Trusting yourself

    How to trust the path when you don’t fully understand / and when you make a career change

    Some coaching insights on how to trust the progress and hard work you put in on your body – and how to maximize your results .





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    Meghan  (NAFC, USAT, and RRCA Certified) grew up as an active child competing in soccer, basketball, softball, tennis, and gymnastics. In high school, she was ranked #12 in the nation in doubles with her twin sister. She received a scholarship to play Division I college tennis at Davidson College. While at Davidson, she received All Conference honors four consecutive years and was on the TIAA-CREF Academic Team. Meghan went on to graduate school for elementary education and running became her new passion. Since then, Meghan has qualified for the Boston Marathon seven times with a personal best time of 2:58:25. Meghan wanted a new challenge, and she discovered a love for triathlon. In her second triathlon, she placed first overall. In her debut ironman, she qualified for the Hawaii Ironman World Championships with a 10:45:04.

    Meghan was an elementary school teacher and coach for eight years. She is now combining her love for teaching, coaching, and fitness, joining her twin sister in the health and wellness industry. Her passion is helping people see their potential. She works he

  • 00:50


    in Prayer

    It's easy to flippantly say that we would never do this or that if we have never faced "this or that" situation. But, what might desperation make us do? One king in the Bible unfortunately found out.

    God had given a clear command in scripture not to engage in the practice of necromancy (inquiring of the dead). Everyone knew about it but the people of Israel periodically fell back into this sin.

    Saul, Israel's first king agreed with God and banned the practice. "Saul had expelled the mediums and spiritists from the land." (1 Samuel 28:3) Yet, when he got in a severe crunch, would he stick to his own policy? No. The Philistines had gathered at Gilboa and when Saul saw their army he was deeply afraid. He inquired of the Lord and the Bible says; "the Lord did not answer him." (Verse 6)

    So desperate to get information about the battle's outcome, Saul had his servants find a medium and required her to bring up Samuel from the dead. But Samuel had nothing good to say to Saul. In fact, he told Saul that by the next day he and his sons would also be dead. So it was.

    We can learn from Saul so that desperation never clouds our ability to make right decisions during crunch time. Saul became desperate because he was not trusting in God anymore. He had stopped that a long time before and now he was running on empty.

    Cultivate trust in God in the easy and the hard times. Then when desperation lurks around you will be able to counter it and boldly say: "When I am afraid, I will put my trust in Thee." (Psalm 56:3)

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  • 01:20

    Trusting the Lord Clip of The Condition of Your Relationship w/ God

    in Christianity

    Trusting the Lord!  That's the Bottom Line.  He is all that you need man wil never be able satisfy you.  Disappointment is inevitable when dealing with man.  

  • 00:33

    "Trusting God!"

    in Women

    1 Chronicles 22:18 (NIV)
    He said to them, “Is not the Lord your God with you? And has he not granted you rest on every side? For he has given the inhabitants of the land into my hands, and the land is subject to the Lord and to his people.