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Living

by carolyn singleton on 05/31/15

Many of us have searched for the 'Meaning Of Life' at some point in our lives. God gave us life to live. An abundant life starts with having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Each new day that we are blessed with is filled with possibilities.  The decisions that we make on a daily basis determines our future.  Wake up, live, and not just exist.

John 10:10- "I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly."

Introducing A New Service

by carolyn singleton on 10/30/12

The Singleton Prayer Room will begin conducting Free Health Screening Clinics by appointment only starting January 2013.  Please visit the Contact Us web page to schedule a clinic for your events, conferences, or community need.  The Free Health Screening Clinic will provide Glucose/Diabetes check, Blood Pressure check, Cholesteral check, etc...

New Blogs Coming Soon

by carolyn singleton on 04/25/12

I am still recovering from my surgery.  I will post a new Blog Post in June of this year after my second Neuro Surgery doctor post-op appointment.  Once again much thanks and God bless everyone for your prays, visits, and support.

Even though we do not always know the meaning of our troubles and sorrows, God always 'works all those things out for the good of those who love him and are called according to his purpose'!  I look forward to sharing my personal testimony with you.

God's Ever Present Comfort

by carolyn singleton on 02/18/12

Last December I learned that I have a brain tumor.  Hearing my doctor utter the words seemed surreal but a welcomed confirmation of answered prayer. The reason for my years, decades of suffering from poor health was revealed.  My reaction at first upon hearing the medical report of being diagnosed with a brain tumor was not upsetting.  I had this peace in my heart and my faith in God,( my savior) assured me in an instant that 'All is well!' My family took the news well and stated that beyond a doubt they received the full comfort that Jesus Christ is in the midst of my well-being and life.

I did have a moment or two when I broke down with concern about my health and my doctor's urgent need to operate ASAP. In my darkess moments, God always prevailed, comforted me and never allowed me to waiver or doubt his promise to love me, guide me, comfort me, and save me.

My brain surgery is scheduled for February 21, 2012 at the Veterans Medical Center in Birmingham, AL. I would like to thank everyone for their prayers. Please remember that God loves you and his promise is to never leave us or forsake us. I trust him.

Happy New Year 2012! Is this Really The Year It All Ends?

by carolyn singleton on 01/02/12

The Ancient Mayan Calender predicted the end of time in 2012. The 'Doomsday Church' predicted the world's end again in 2011. The Mayan Tourism Bureau is expecting and preparing for a record profitable tourism year in 2012. The 'Doomsday Church' is recalulating for another prediction and the Mayans are looking forward to cashing in millions of tourism dollars. In Matthew 24:4 Jesus Christ states,"Take heed that no one deceives you." "But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, but My Father only."

Fellow brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ do not worry about the world's end in the year 2012. The Holy Bible instructs that we, 'Be diligent to present yourself approved to God, a worker who does not need to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.' (Timothy 2:15).  Have a blessed year in 2012.

Have a Merry Christ -mas

by carolyn singleton on 12/01/11

Retailers are hoping for a profitable holiday shopping season.  Unfornately, gift giving, receiving, and the use of the Merry Christmas greeting often takes away the true meaning of Christmas.  The celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ should always be at the forefront and the true 'reason for the season'. Take a moment this holiday to reflect on the blessings and the miracles that Jesus brought to your life this year.  Celebrate God's ultimate gift to the world, 'For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.' (John 3:16).

Fellowship with loved ones and give gifts that are needed to make someone's life a little more bearable.  Volunteer your time and give to those that are having difficulties with food, shelter, clothing, or just in need of kindness and compassion.  "Oh, the joys of those who are kind to the poor. The Lord protects them and keeps them alive.  He gives them prosperity and rescues them from their enemies.  The Lord nurses their pain and discomfort". (Psalm 41).

How Do You Have Faith And Trust God Through Difficult Times

by carolyn singleton on 09/12/11

It can be very difficult to keep the faith when your life is filled with concerns.  Try to see Jesus working out your difficult situation through the current chaos.  Please believe that Jesus always intercedes our prayers. Focus on the word, vision, or prophetic word that God had already spoke into your heart and spirit about the current situation. "So don't worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries.  Today's trouble is enough for today." (Matthew 6:3). Talk to Jesus during the storms of life and praise the blessed name of our savior Jesus Christ. "Draw close to God, and God will draw close to you..." (James 4:8). Remember the past difficult times that Jesus Christ delivered you through. Psalms 86 is a great Psalm to recite. The Life Application Study Bible states that Psalm 86 theme is 'Devoted trust in times of deep trouble'. Please seek out support from organizations, church, and prayer partners that will stand with you through difficult times. Pray for God's guidance.

In Need Of Sprirual Protection

by carolyn singleton on 08/21/11

Sometimes I feel that I really need the assurance and protection of God in my life. The Holy Bible is filled with psalms and scriptures that tell of the everlasting constant security that God provides to those in need. I studied the Holy Bible for comfort during the time of my life that I felt vulnerable because of a threatning situation. There was so many scriptures to choose from. I decided to learn the certain versus that related to my concerns.  I recited to myself and meditated on these versus when I needed comfort and support. "Whatever things are of good report,...meditate on these things"(Philippians 4:8), and "He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others..." (2 Corinthians 1:4). Through the years Psalms 91 has brought a sense of security and comfort to me.