Is this love that I’m feelin’?

Over the weekend QEP happened to enjoy a play written by Ebo Whyte. Amidst the laughter that the play provoked one of the things that stuck or hit home was this song a character sang during the musical play: 🎶Is this love… Is this love? Is this love Is love that I’m feelin’ Is this…

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“What are you listening to?”

🎶Hello, it’s me… I’ve been wondering after all these years if you’d like to meet… to go over… everything…“🎶 Sandra lay in bed, listening to this melody of a song play over and over in her ear. Suddenly, her emotions were stirred up and got her thinking over her past. Of Thomas- who she had not…

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Why Every Woman Should Have A Tambourine

You know Miriam? Moses’ sister? Well, she had a tambourine. With this tambourine, she praised her way out of dreary situations that arose in her life! The concept of Miriam’s tambourine is the concept of praise! QEP believes every woman must have a tambourine and no; not necessarily to own one physically (although that will be great)…

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Unrealistic Expectations

“- we will sit looking at the stars every night…” droned Esther to her maidens, her eyes and voice dreamy. “… the King and I will never be apart. We will always spend time with each other…” she continued, twirling round and round the pillars which lined the corridors of the palace. “… he will never…

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Esau’s Stew.

Doesn’t the story of Esau fill you with indignation? How could he possibly exchange his birthright for a bowl of stew??? Esau’s stew in this context is anything that causes you to give up your birth-right or in this case; your Queen-Right! Don’t lose your Queen-Right! “Once when Jacob was cooking stew, Esau came in…

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“Fruits To Take Before Marriage.”

A young woman was about to be wedded to the love of her life. Before they tied the knot however, she was given a shopping cart and some money to go and buy anything that will make her marriage and future sweet. Upon entry, she takes a look around, there are rows and rows of…

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“You don’t need money to marry.”

“You don’t need money to marry; you need divine provision.” You don’t need money to pursue that dream or job; you need divine provision. You don’t need money to begin that ministry; you need divine provision. Bewildered? Allow me to take you to a wedding happening in Cana which might better elaborate this point… “Today…

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