Blogging, Inspiration, Reader's Choice, Updates, Writings

Happy Magnificentennial!! (100th Post)

Today is a day of celebration for me! Even a day earlier than planned, I have reached my 100th post on Everything's Magnificent since my restart in November! To celebrate, I just wanted to say thank you. 100 posts later, I want to say you mean the world to me. Initially, I started writing to… Continue reading Happy Magnificentennial!! (100th Post)

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Fitness, God, Inspiration, Nutrition, Writings

My Spiritual Fast

I have been fasting intermittently for two weeks now. Isaiah 58 (Check Page 2) speaks on the purpose of a day of fasting, from God's perspective, as a day of Celebration. I wanted to share my fasting method, schedule, reasoning, routine, and lessons so far from this new habit of mine.  My Fasting Method: I fast once… Continue reading My Spiritual Fast

Education, God, Inspiration, Life, Misc. Magnificence, Writings

Resting in Him over Striving Alone

I completely had a different post ready to put up but I had a series of epiphanies and God gave me a potential answer to a question I've been wrestling with for months. It may not work out this way but God wants me to share this moment, uncertainty and all, to be a future… Continue reading Resting in Him over Striving Alone

God, Life, Love, Personal Thoughts, Writings

Plan of Action: Views on Gospel

This week has been filled with a lot of revelations and great moments involving God. I shared a my blessings and perspectives about the man upstairs. Continuing my plan of action series from Education and Family. I'm sharing a great way to think about Religion and my personal plans to further grow with Him. Keep in mind that… Continue reading Plan of Action: Views on Gospel

Family, God, Inspiration, Letters, Writings

How Prayer Saved My Grandmother & Me

I've talked before about my grandmother and the way she molded my life for the better. She had a cameo as my angel in my Letter to Black Women and frankly, I can talk about her until I'm blue in the face. But, the story I want to share today is how a simple prayer changed my… Continue reading How Prayer Saved My Grandmother & Me

God, Life, Music, Writings

Sho Baraka – The Narrative

Following the themes of this week, how should a Christian act? How should a Christian look? What should he talk about? How should she interact with the world? What should be the mark left in the wake of a person with their heart on God? In truthfulness, this is something that has never been nailed… Continue reading Sho Baraka – The Narrative

God, The Good News, Updates, Writings

Quick Update: Ibn Ali Miller Receives Award

This is just a quick update to the story from Tuesday. Now revealed, Ibn Ali Miller, just received an honor award from Atlantic City on Wednesday for his actions. Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small saw the video and decided to reward him and the children for their courage. Check the video below. Someone mentioned to me… Continue reading Quick Update: Ibn Ali Miller Receives Award

God, Personal Thoughts, Reflections

Love God/Love Others

In conjunction to yesterday's post about Religion versus Gospel, I recently have been reflecting about God's messages in the Bible. I find it amazing how we tend to pick and choose what about God we want to make law and what to ignore. I've seen some really condescending responses about how God outlawed cutting your hair, piercings,… Continue reading Love God/Love Others

God, Life, Reader's Choice, Writings

Reader’s Choice: Religion versus Gospel

Why is religion such a taboo topic? Why do so many people have an aversion to hearing about spirituality, whether Christian or not? Why is it that everyone can listen to music with sex, drugs, violence, love, and friendship but God is going too far? Why is religion such a divisive subject for anyone to… Continue reading Reader’s Choice: Religion versus Gospel

Inspiration, Life, The Good News, Writings

The Good News: Wise Words from the Street

Today's Good News was an important one to see coming from my background. Being from Detroit, I've seen too many kids get in fights because of pointless arguments or just from friends instigating. When I was young, I was even in a good amount of those fights myself. Check out the following four minute clip.… Continue reading The Good News: Wise Words from the Street