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Thursday, December 09 2010

I became a part of YaQar Ministries at the age of 14.  Since then I have truly seen growth and maturation in myself and a spiritual and physical level.  Coming from the former ministry that I attended, I was never really interested in what was being taught, and going to "church" was more of  a fashion show than anything else.  After going to YaQar Ministries I noticed myself being more and more interested and excited about the word  of G-D, and began studying and reading and praying more myself.  I could tell that dr. YaQar was a true woman of G-D, and I could feel the power, and anointing that was in her life.

Her youngest son George and I became very close friends, and began calling each other brothers and hanging out all th time, so I spent a lot of time in her home.  Often times, minsters speak one thing, but tend to a live another.  Being able to spend time with her, and her family allowed me to see that she was totally sold out to the Lord, and seeing this made my passion only grow stronger.  She is a woman who truly hears Holy Spirit, and it shows in her everyday life and actions.

Before going to college I didn't understand as well as I do now the impact that she has had on my life.  I know that I am continuously in her prayers, and that seeing the walk of faith she has taken has pushed me to trust in the Lord despite what may happen.  She is someone that I love dearly and she has taught me so much.  Now that I am in college, and not able to attend worship every Sabbath, I can see all the teachings and ministering I received before I left paying off.  I have a stronger walk with G-D, and I understand a lot more than I did years ago.  There has been many instances when I talk to my family members on the phone about something the Lord was sharing with me, and it is the same thing that was shared with them in one of Dr. YaQar's teaching.  This lets me know that I found the place where I belong, and I am proud to have Dr. YaQar as my spiritual leader.

Darrius Hardrick

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Thursday, December 09 2010
           The holiday season is rapidly approaching. For some, this is the most wonderful time of the year because it's traveling season and few get to leave and go spend time with their families for the holidays. However, many people don't realize that for most, the last three months of the man-made year are of the least favored time of the year. If I could place it in my terms, October-December are mourning months. A lot of our love ones go on to see the Lord during these months and over the years create such sorrow and grief during the holiday season. From personal experience, I don't believe man could fathom how much I despise this time of year. A vast majority of my love ones have transitioned during this quarter. Because of this, I would like to leave a word of encouragement for EVERYONE, not just my fellow youth and young adults.
            Love one another as Christ loved the church and treat others as they would like to be treated. If you are offended or have an ought against an individual, the bible says in Matt 5:23, "if you are about to place your gift on the alter and remember that someone is angry with you, leave your gift there in the front of the altar. Make peace with that person and then come back and offer your gift to God".  In that, life is too short to dwell on the past. I have watched some of my friends and associates lose their life due to ignorance or stupidity.
            I encourage us as a united body, not only in our individual churches but the nation as a whole, to get focused on what is Christ-like and strive everyday to live like Him.  In doing so, let's repent for all the mistakes we have made and will make in the future.  Not one single man on earth is perfect.  We all have fallen short of the glory of G-d but we must continue to perfect ourselves in our everyday walk with Him.
            This holiday season and for now on, make it your business to love and love correctly. Research yourself and find what flaws you possess and make every effort to make improvements on those areas that you do not exceed in. Distance yourself from negativity and let's focus on a brighter future for ourselves and our families.
            I pray this encourages your spirits and everyone be blessed,
 Brenita N. Glover
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