Kami Scott Prayer and Bible Based Counseling

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It Only Takes A Moment To Surrender

Posted by Kamala Scott on Monday, October 25, 2010, In : prayer 

Our perception of time is interesting. Time seems to go by much faster as we age. As I prepared to give my testimony, I reflected about how my mom must have felt waiting for me to come back to the Lord. For years she prayed; for years I drank and ran from God.

The hope of answered prayer is inevitable, however, the waiting is seemingly unending. I have thought about the many prayers I have said on behalf of friends, loved ones and clients, waiting until the day the breakthrough comes. In some...

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Fight! Get On Your Knees In The Mud, Stretch Out Your Arms To God

Posted by Kamala Scott on Thursday, September 30, 2010, In : prayer 
“No one is a firmer believer in the power of prayer than the devil; not that he practices it, but he suffers from it.”

-- Guy H. King

Many of us have been the beneficiaries of prayer. I firmly believe that I was restored to a right relationship with Jesus Christ because of the prayers of my mother and the many she enlisted to help her pray me home.

Years ago I read a book that ignited my prayer life: “This Present Darkness,” by Frank Perretti. It is a fictional book that illustrat...

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Sacrifice Requires An Exchange For Change

Posted by Kamala Scott on Thursday, September 30, 2010, In : prayer 

The Biblical principle of sacrifice requires an exchange of one thing for another. Sometimes we want the payoff without the exchange. We want results without sacrifice. However, with sacrifice there must be an exchange of one thing for something of greater value.

I have been involved in many situations where addiction takes a home and its family hostage. The home becomes a playhouse for the enemy, who creates chaos, wounds the innocent and places a substance before family members, self and -...

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About Me

Kami Scott I have battled many issues in my 47 years. I am now 13.5 years sober and living for Jesus. He has replaced my hopelessness with His hope, dispair with His joy and chaos for His order. I have seen through my years as a counselor, marriages saved, people delivered from many kinds of addictions, set free from depression and anxiety. I absolutely love counseling from God's word and through prayer. He is able! All blog post from "To The Summit" are reprinted with permission from Living Stones News.