Tuesday, November 24, 2015


Peace and Love

YAY !!! I just got an email about speaking woo hoo !! Then that little voice in my said you think you can do things Nemo but you cant lolololololololol !!! I am not sure if I am ready but I think I have the perfect topic and I would love to serve 333 so I think that I should feel the fear and do it anyway .

Yah willing I will have some great information to share with you next week !! Over the past week I have some deep insights and revelations . The Creator is Awesome !!!



Peace and Love

Peace and Blessings

We do not celebrate ThanksGiving but we give thanks and celebrate everyday !!!I will bless the Most High at all times and his praises shall continually be in my mouth Psalm 34 vs 11 333.

I was thinking about how important it is to pray and stay connected . It is a time of repentance and drawing close to the Lord .

2 Chronicles 7 vs 14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

Galatians 6 vs 8 New International Version
Whoever sows to please their flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction; whoever sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.

The Holy spirit brings Joy and Peace and Strength and Love and Truth !!!!That is why Yshua is the Light of the world . Light Illuminates . 

Have a Blessed Week 



Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Angels are Real

Bless the LORD, O you his angels, you mighty ones who do his word, obeying the voice of his word!

Psalms 103 vs 20 777

Sign Your Name - Terence Trent D'Arby Love and Bliss 11 11 333

Monday, November 16, 2015

Love , Bliss and Peace

Peace and Blessings

I intend that we are having a week of love ,gratitude ,bliss and peace !!!Over the weekend I was really feeling my feelings actually before then I called on the angels. I saw all of the blood crying out all over the world . I sent love and light to Paris and to the world .

I shared that story about the man from UMSL for a few reasons. One reason is that it is almost a century later and the same issues exist. Another reason is that the human nature of some people does not change.

Even though some time we want to stand on principle some times it is best to take our coins and keep it moving 333.Even when people cross over it is good to be in a state of love and peace . There is a universal justice system . We live on a free will planet so everyone is free to decide what they want to do if they want to move towards the light or not.It is like Abre Los Ojos Open Your Eyes and you will see everything differently .

So this week let us focus on what we desire Love , Peace ,Light and Bliss. I was talking to my beloved Yshua and he said all is well I am with you always 333. He is so sweet . Proverbs 14 vs 32 When calamity comes, the wicked are brought down, but even in death the righteous seek refuge in God !

Matthew 10:28-29English Standard Version (ESV)

28 And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell.[a] 29 Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?[b] And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father.

Blessings and Love 777


Friday, November 13, 2015

Byron Cage - The presence of the Lord is Here YESSSS 11 777 33 333

Lloyd L Gaines University Missouri St Louis

Here is the man I was talking about yesterday

This is from Wikipedia

Lloyd L. Gaines

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Lloyd L. Gaines
A black and white photograph of a young African American man with short hair in tight closeup.
Lloyd Gaines
Born Lloyd Lionel Gaines
Water Valley, Mississippi, US
Disappeared March 19, 1939
Chicago, Illinois, US
Status Missing for
76 years, 7 months and 23 days
Ethnicity African American
Education B.A., history; M.A., economics
Alma mater Lincoln University
Occupation Student, odd jobs
Known for Successful legal challenge to racial discrimination;
inexplicable disappearance
Lloyd Lionel Gaines (1911, Water Valley, Mississippi – disappeared March 19, 1939, Chicago) was the plaintiff in Gaines v. Canada (1938), one of the most important court cases in the U.S. civil rights movement in the 1930s. After being denied admission to the University of Missouri School of Law because he was African American, and refusing the university's offer to pay for him to attend another neighboring state's law school with no racial restriction, he filed suit. The U.S. Supreme Court ultimately ruled in his favor, holding that the separate but equal doctrine required that Missouri either admit him or set up a separate law school for African American students.
The Missouri General Assembly chose the latter option, converting a former cosmetology school in St. Louis to the Lincoln University School of Law and other mostly African-American students were admitted to it. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which had supported Gaines' suit, planned to file another suit challenging the adequacy of the new law school. While he waited for classes to begin, Gaines traveled between St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago looking for work, doing odd jobs and giving speeches before local NAACP chapters. One night in Chicago he left the fraternity house where he was staying to buy stamps and never returned.
His disappearance was not noted immediately, since he would frequently travel on his own for long periods of time without informing anyone. Only in the autumn of that year, when the NAACP's lawyers were unable to locate him to take depositions for a rehearing in state court, did a serious search begin. It failed, and the suit was dismissed. While most of his family believed at the time that he had been murdered in retaliation for his legal victory, there has been some speculation that he had tired of his role in the civil rights movement and simply went elsewhere, either New York or Mexico City, to start a new life. In 2007 the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agreed to look into the case, among many other unsolved missing persons cases related to the civil rights era.
Despite his unknown fate, Gaines has been honored by the University of Missouri School of Law and the state. The Black Culture Center at the University of Missouri and a law scholarship at the law school are named for him and another African American student initially denied admission, and in 2006 he was granted an honorary law degree. The state bar association followed with a posthumous law license. A portrait of Gaines hangs in the University of Missouri law school building.