Dr. Sandra Hamer Smith is a Christian and wife to Sylvester Smith. She has one stepson, Greg. Smith lives and resides in Memphis, Tennessee. The University of Memphis alumnae has been in education for about 20 years after receiving the call to teach. Dr. Smith primarily teaches language arts. Prior to education, she worked in local and national television news for 13 years including positions as an overnight news anchor, reporter, and assignments editor at two local network affiliate stations. Smith was also a freelance correspondent for BET news. Dr. Smith has freelanced for the Tri-State Defender newspaper and Contempora magazine. She is the author of the self-published novel GLORY…THE HAIR. Smith is also a playwright and poet. The Tennessee native is a member of Temple of Deliverance COGIC, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc, Omicron Delta Kappa, The Golden Key International Honour Society, and Kappa Delta Pi.
Paradise is mentioned three times in the Bible. It first appears in Luke 23:43. “And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.”
We are to use their examples as ways to lay aside every weight. You can determine what your weights are.
Many events will take place before the Revelation timeline. There will be people popping on the scene pretending to be the Messiah.
Ezekiel’s Wheel was a magnificent vision that God showed him. It is important to note that at the time of this vision Ezekiel was in captivity in Babylon.
Trust is important for Christians because we start out trusting that God sent His Son to earth. We trust that Jesus was born through the Virgin Mary. We were not there, but we trust the scriptures that Jesus walked this earth 33 years.
The 12 tribes or sons came from Jacob who the Lord renamed Israel in Genesis 32. If you read Genesis 49, you will see the 12 sons or what we now know as the 12 tribes.
The book of Proverbs is full of wisdom and instruction. It's one of the most often quoted books of the Bible, and many of the sayings found in Proverbs have become common sayings for us today. But just who wrote this book, and why?