I am thoroughly enjoying this quote by author Zora Neale Hurston: “Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking & prying with a purpose.”
I found this quote on Twitter when I was browsing the #blkgrad hashtag. it piqued my interested because it gave me an ‘aha’ moment. I love writing, and even formalized writing, like what I am engaged in currently for my graduate school curriculum. Not only does it give me an outlet, but it propels my curiosity even further. I oftentimes find myself asking Google to “define” a number of words for me, just because I love vocabulary and knowing about that I am actually reading.
Hello Abba GOD. I’ve missed writing for this blog. Last weekend my husband and I went down to all-night prayer with the children to church. While walking and praying, I kept hearing God’s spirit say “healing,” “healing” and that “there was a burden that needs to be lifted.” He was saying that there was HEALING in that place, and healing in that place right now. I began praying for the people of God who needed healing and asked that the Lord touch them.
Two days later on Sunday morning, Daniel’s mother preached the Sunday morning message. The name of the message was called “Restoration.” The message came from the Book of Joel 2:25, which read: “And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpiller, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you.” Hallelujah!! the LORD saw a need on Friday night, and brung the Word through His servant on Sunday evening!! Amen!! Hallelujah!!! Healing brings Restoration, glory to God!! Heal on today Lord, touch on today, God. Send Your rain, Your latter rain, Jesus. Hallelujah. Glory to God.