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Here’s A Special Prayer Of Protection Just For You!

Sunday, July 24, 2016
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I’m excited to share, we have added a special prayer for protection just for you.

Just go to the following link on this site and type your name or the name of someone you care about.
http://www.accesstogod.com/blog/ppl/enter_name.php
Then hit the “Submit” button to see your special prayer.

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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Bill Winston Offers A Morning Prayer

Wednesday, March 30, 2016
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Bill Winston encourages us to say this powerful morning prayer daily!





To find other videos and sermons by Bill Winston click here.

If you want someone to pray for you, visit these 24 hour toll free prayer lines. #Prayer #God

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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Keep Praying, In Time You’ll See Results, James 5:16 and Galatians 6:9

Thursday, January 23, 2014
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Keep praying and confessing to God. In God’s timing, your prayers will produce proof of His truth.
Don’t give up. Instead, give hope, give love, give God. In time, all that is yours will be yours.


James 5:16
16 Confess to one another therefore your faults (your slips, your false steps, your offenses, your sins) and pray [also] for one another, that you may be healed and restored [to a spiritual tone of mind and heart]. The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working].

Galatians 6:9
9 And let us not lose heart and grow weary and faint in acting nobly and doing right, for in due time and at the appointed season we shall reap, if we do not loosen and relax our courage and faint.



Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce

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Enough Is Enough: The Attack On Arian Foster Should Stop

Friday, January 17, 2014
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Enough is enough already. The attack on Arian Foster should stop.
Those who are close to me would probably be surprised that I’m suggesting everyone back off from attacking Arian Foster, especially since I was one of those people who was so disappointed in him. However, I’m also the kind of person who can’t stand to see people suffer, to be in agony, or to be kicked while they are down.

I saw a video from our local Fox news network where Mr. Isaiah Carey made a surprise visit to Mr. Foster’s residence, and tried to get a word from Arian. Naturally, Arian did not welcome Mr. Isaiah’s visit. If you look at the video, and really listen to Arian’s voice, you can hear the pain he is going through. That broke my heart. I can only imagine what his wife is going through and what his children will go through because of his poor choice. I can only imagine what Arian must be thinking. His mind must be running at incredible speeds. I’m sure he’s watching his wife cry and suffer from his mistake.

Although Arian comes across confident (if not a little cocky at times), he certainly is not over the top. He strikes me as a man that does care for his family, but he, like many others, simply got beside himself. He did not guard and protect himself and his family from the predictable attacks of the enemy. He put himself and so many others in a predicament that could have been avoided.

Because he seemed different, I was initially shocked and very disappointed when the story first broke. I remember literally dropping my head in disgust and becoming increasingly emotionally connected to this saga. But after hearing so many people (male and female) express their disgust with Mr. Foster’s decision, and after seeing Mr. Isaiah Carey’s attempt to speak with Arian and hearing Arian’s plea, I can actually say that’s enough.

That’s enough of acting like we are so perfect. That’s enough of casting the first stone.
Remember what the Bible says in Matthew 7:1-5

Do not judge, or you too will be judged. 2 For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.
3 “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? 4 How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? 5 You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.

You can tell by the anguish, the emotion and frustration of Mr. Foster as he asked Mr. Carey to leave his premises that Mr. Foster truly is suffering. Arian knows that he has hurt many and disappointed many including himself. This is not a man or an athlete who refuses to show any remorse for his poor decisions. This is a man who for the most part seemed to be doing well. But by making one poor decision has temporarily fallen.

I think it’s time for all of us, especially us Christians, to be honest with ourselves. None of us is perfect. We all have made mistakes. If you’ve lived long enough, you know the truth behind the phrase “never say never”.

When I first heard the story, I was even shaking my head in disgust at the young lady who is claiming Mr. Foster as the father of her unborn child. After watching her interview on a local Houston news broadcast, so many thoughts came to my mind. Watching that interview of the young lady was like looking through a glass window. I could see right through her. To be clear this whole incident falls back on Arian Foster (if everything this young lady claims is true). However, there is alot in her interview that just does not sit right with me.
But again that was me walking in the flesh judging this young lady.

The truth is Arian Foster could have prevented this entire scenario. The truth is this is a very young lady. And even though I find some things she said difficult to believe (like her not knowing Mr. Foster was married), I have to say it is not entirely impossible. Note with today’s technology there is no reason for anyone not to know the marital status of someone that lives in the United States. I literally wrote a book on it.
With all that being said, again as a Christian no one is perfect. I’m certainly far from it. I’ve made plenty of mistakes. I feel these two people have been beat down enough by society (especially from Christians). Enough is enough.

Now, as Christians, it’s time for us to help them find the good in this situation. Now, as Christians, we need to help them be redeemed. So I have some suggestions for Mr. Arian Foster. He may not ever see this. But maybe someone in his camp that is close to him will relay this information:

1: Arian you have to come to terms with the fact that you made a mistake. Admit the truth to all involved.

2: Seek forgiveness from God for your sins and your transgressions. Here are videos to help you with this important step.

3: Apologize to all involved including the young lady.

4: If anyone helped you to inflict any harm or confusion, you need to get them to repeat all the preceding steps as well. They need to apologize to all parties involved.

5: Remember as bad as it seems, you are not the only one who is going through a storm. Many have done the same thing or worse. This is not the end of the world.

6: You will need a support system that fosters peace at this time. To find peace you need to spend some quiet time with Father God. Surround yourself with positive people who genuinely care about you. Inundate your spirit with Christian music, television programs, etc.

7: Pray. You can call 24 hour toll free prayer lines and ask for prayer without giving your name. Here are two toll free prayer lines:

Trinity Broadcasting Network
1-877-731-1000

Daystar
1-800-329-0029

For more prayer lines click here

In time, peace will increase and you will be able to find the good in this situation and redeem yourself. Once you are redeemed, take the lessons that you learned and help others avoid the same mistakes.

Don’t think of this as the end, rather think of this as the beginning of something unexpectedly positive. Sometimes we have to take a step back and fall so that we are humbled and prepared for our elevation to the next level. If we humble ourselves, admit our mistakes, and seek God, we end up on the right path that God has envisioned for us.

The same salvation and peace is available for the young lady.

Enough is enough. I’m no longer judging Arian and this young lady. It’s time as Christians to pray for them and their redemption.

Walking in love,

Tayarisha Joyce
(imperfect Christian who’s been redeemed)

Marvin Winan’s Sinner’s Prayer: Lyrics For Sinner’s Prayer by Marvin Winans


A Man in Chains
Choices I have made, good and bad still a man
And so I wait to see how it lays
This bed of debts and promises I made
So who pays, if I don’t pay

I’m a man in pain, looking back on the past
Lord may the good, Lord may the good out way the bad
Well either way I cannot stay
I know I’ll have to leave it all behind someday
God on that day,
I hope that I can look you in your face

The plans I’ve made
so incomplete
Now it seems that our wills complete
But still I pray
As much as I know how
That we’ll get real before the sun goes down
It’s going down
It’s going down

Lord help me keep from breaking all the rules
Give me one thing I can choose
Maybe something you can use
Cause I’ve only tried to live what I believed
Never looking to get off cheap
This is simply not my best me

I am a man upstaged by choices that were made
Having no say I was so, I was so, I was so afraid
And so I pray for my children’s sake
In time they’ll find your mercy still remains
So they don’t pay
So they don’t pay
They won’t pay

Kid singing- Lord
Marvin- Oh my my
Kid- hear our prayer
Marvin- Would you please sir
Kid- Let your grace
Marvin- Coming as humbly as I know how
Kid- find us there
Marvin- Oh Lord Lord
Kid- As we bow
Marvin- Humbly I bow down
Kid- Bow down
Marvin- Hey
Kid- Let your mercy abound
Marvin- I need your mercy too
Marvin- This is my sinner’s prayer Lord
Kid- Sinner’s prayer
Marvin- Oh no no no no no no
Kid- Find us there
Marvin- yeah, yeah, yeah
Kid- As we bow
Marvin- Would you come on in the room
Kid- Bow down
Marvin- Cause I need you real soon
Kid- Oh dear Lord
Marvin- Hey Hey
Kid- Hear our prayer
Marvin- I’m in bad shape
Kid- May your grace
Marvin- I know it’s my fault Lord
Kid- find us there
Marvin- Oh Oh
Kid- As we bow
Marvin- I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you
Kid- Bow down
Marvin- Oh I need you, I need you, I need you
Kid- Let your mercy abound
Marvin- Don’t you know somebody
Marvin- I need your grace
Kid- Sinner’s Prayer
Marvin- Oh oh find
Kid- Find us there
Marvin- Oh Lord
Kid- As we bow
Marvin- Lord I need you to help me
Kid- Bow Down
Marvin- Look over all the families of the world
Kid- Oh Dear Lord
Marvin- Look over all the children everywhere
Kid- Hear our prayer
Marvin- This is my prayer
Kid- May your grace
Marvin- This is my prayer
Kid- Find us there
Marvin- Oh Lord Lord
Kid- As We Bow
Kid- Bow Down
Kid- Let your Mercy Abound


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