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The Gift Of Self

Posted by Kamala Scott on Sunday, December 26, 2010, In : Time with Jesus 
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Monday, 01 December 2008

I’m encouraged by what I have been hearing regarding changes in people’s attitudes toward Christmas gifts. We even ran several articles last month about ways to keep Jesus Christ at the center of His birthday.

I’ve been pondering the whole gift-giving idea and mediating on the reason for Christmas. We can always look to God to see how He demonstrates gift giving. He sent His one and only Son as a baby into this world to ...

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Get Into Your Discomfort Zone

Posted by Kamala Scott on Friday, November 5, 2010, In : Discomfort 

I love my home! First, because it was a gift from God and second, it is where I am most at peace and rest. If asked to leave my home for an extended period of time, my response might not be an immediate affirmative.

Jesus was asked to do just that — leave His home to come to earth to be born, to live, to die and to be raised from the dead for our redemption. What an example of being willing to face discomfort in ministry, even unto death. This past couple of months, God has been stretching...

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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.