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Updated: Mar 24, 2020

The past week has been filled with so many emotions. I’ve read so many posts about the baptisms that took place during @thedashconference . There was something so beautiful about watching women rededicate their lives to God and leave fears, scars, doubts, etc in the water. Women would get baptized and quickly change to support their sisters. There were several women who were baptized by their spouses. John 5:4 says “for an angel of the Lord went down into the pool at appointed seasons and stirred up the water; the first one to go in after the water was stirred was healed of his disease.]” Disease is defined as a harmful development or trouble. It sounds like what we are facing today. For years I’ve thought about the act of baptism again. When I was first baptized my understanding was limited but this time was a spiritual rebirth, a renewal and a recommitment to all I’m believing God for in this new decade. I didn’t care what anyone thought. It was as if me and Jesus were the only ones there. It was more than I expected. I left my failures, my shortcomings, my fears, my mistakes, I left it all in the stirring of the waters and like Lydia Acts 16 my entire family joined me and watching my sisters experience freedom was speechless. We experienced an open heaven. To God Be the Glory. #rebirth #baptism #liveyourdash #blazeatrail #leaveamark #sisterhood #godmoment #meandjesus #womensconference #womensupportingwomen #womenempowerment #womenshistorymonth #renewal Thank you @pmktjubilee for leading me into the waters♥️

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