About curryNcode

carefree, careless, self loathing, forgetful of people, places and names....yet I do care for people or that's what I would like to think... addicted to all things in life ( in a bad way).... That's me in a nutshell. Love me or hate me.... that would be subject to your interpretation of the truth, and what is the truth??? Well, that's a loaded question.... go read the Bible.. if that's your thing

The Great I AM


And God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.”
Exodus 3:14

When Moses asked God for His name, the Lord answered, “I AM WHO I AM,” indicating He is self-existent, eternal, unchanging, undying, and infinitely self-sufficient. Centuries later, Jesus adopted this name for Himself in John’s Gospel, saying, “Before Abraham was, I AM” (John 8:58), and telling us, “I am the bread of life” (John 6:35),” I am the light of the world” (John 8:12), “I am the door” (John 10:9), “I am the good shepherd” (John 10:11), “I am the resurrection and the life” (John 11:25).

This is the One in whom we place our trust. Because He is self-existent, we have a basis for our own existence. Because He is eternal, we have everlasting life in Him. Because He is unchanging, we can trust every word in His Book. Because He is infinitely self-sufficient, He can meet all our needs.

Since He is our bread and light, we have provision. Since He is the door, we have entrance into His presence. Since He is the good shepherd, we have His care. Since He is the resurrection and the life, we have a certain future.

We are, because He is.

There is no power in hell or any who can stand / Before the power and the presence of the Great I Am!
Jared Anderson, in the song “Great I Am”

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Remember!


And Moses said to the people: “Remember this day in which you went out of Egypt, out of the house of bondage; for by strength of hand the LORD brought you out of this place.”
Exodus 13:3a

One of the advantages of keeping a diary is that it helps us remember significant events in the past. And keeping a spiritual journal does the same; it reminds us of crossroads, provisions, and answered prayers—demonstrations of God’s faithfulness in the past. It is not just moderns who struggle with memory. The challenge to remember was a central theme in Israel’s life as a nation.

Then, and now, the most important thing that Jews remember is the Exodus from Egypt. It was then that God rescued and redeemed His people from a life of bondage to a pagan nation. As the Israelites prepared to leave Egypt, Moses told them to remember “this day.” What were they to remember? The “strength of [the Lord’s] hand” that delivered them from slavery to safety. God is strong; God is mighty to save; God is a promise keeper—and more. It is the attributes of God, displayed in the past, that give us cause to trust Him and live for Him in the present.

Remembering and considering God’s attributes and faithfulness is a step toward personal revival today.

How worthy it is to remember former benefits when we come to beg for new.
Stephen Charnock

Bloggers you might ❤ 7/04/2017


I have a “promote your blog link” on my site where I encourage people to leave a link to their blog and a short description about their site or themselves.

“Hint: Please write something interesting”

These are a few blogs that I would like to feature today

Carey Bryant:  My blog is called Two Greek Words and is a blog on Christian Theology (the word “theology” is derived from two Greek words). I write about the deeper things of faith and have some posts on apologetics as well.  I was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I married my beautiful wife, Brittany, on May 3, 2015.  I graduated from Bryan College with a BA in Biblical Studies in 2012. I love playing the drums and listening to music. I also enjoy playing sports and being active (when I feel like it). I am an introvert who loves to read books, usually about topics that bore most people. I am extremely obsessed with all things related to Batman and I can actually be seen in the Dark Knight Rises (if you pause the movie at just the right moment and have a magnifying glass handy). I am a follower of Christ and I seek to live out God’s Word as revealed to us in the Bible. God has given me a passion to study His Word and this blog is an outcome of this passion. You can learn about my journey into the world of Theology here!

Susan Gutterman:  I am an amateur photographer and occasional blogger. I participate in a number of regular photo challenges on WP and FB. I run my own weekly challenge https://musinwithsusan.com/2017/02/22/macro-moments-challenge-week-32/, and hope some of your followers will decide to participate. I love to travel and use my site for a trip journal on each large trip that I take. I would love to tell you that I am a blithe, free-spirit who will captivate you with my amazing adventures.  Alas, in reality, I am a somewhat compulsive, “woman of a certain age” who dabbles in photography and technology, especially anything Apple, and loves to travel.  That being said, I hope that you will still find what I have to share with you somewhat interesting.

buddingregardlessBudding Regardless (https://buddingregardless.wordpress.com) is a site I created October 2016. The content I post about are more or less deeper then inspirational, my aim is to make people think more logically about things that we see and do on a daily basis. This blog site is solely created by Mbalenhle Khuzwayo who is an art student. The site consists of opinionated material written by Mbalenhle. Intentions aren’t to offend readers but to broaden their thoughts on certain things where necessary. Reading with an open mind is highly advisable.

TheThingsILearntI work for a very famous Automobile company but writing gives me more peace. I want to become a writer and want to talk about the things which can help us improving as Human Beings.

TiTaNiUmI’m Irfan Hassan From J&K, India and Im a Government Employee. Irfan is a devout Muslim and loves to talk about Islam and it’s great prophet.

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Morning Dew


Consider how I love Your precepts; revive me, O LORD, according to Your loving-kindness.
Psalm 119:159

Huda Shaarawi was a remarkable woman who, as a child, was secluded in a Cairo harem but who ended up working for women’s rights in Egypt and becoming a national hero. In her memoirs, she told of an older woman, Madame Richard, who became a mentor and encourager to her. Shaarawi wrote, “We took special pleasure in the company of Mme Richard who often joined us while we read, played the piano, or embroidered. When we were blue, her blithe spirit and soothing words revived us as the morning dew revives wilting blossoms.”

Have you ever known anyone who could talk with you awhile and revive your spirits as the morning dew revives wilting blossoms? We all have such a friend. When we open God’s Word at any point throughout the day, He speaks to us with such strong and soothing words that our hearts are revived, our spirits are restored, and our souls are strengthened. As we study the Word, our understanding of God’s unchangeable, unconditional love is refreshed and renewed in our hearts.

Then we can be reviving to others.

We do not so much search the Word of God as the Word of God searches us. There is reviving power in the Word that we, as a church, need to harness.
Barry Black, Chaplain to the United States Senate

Everlasting I am


Flying from west to east
Concealed in-between the mist
Safe soaring on the clouds
Empty, alive and proud.

No voices to be heard
Not the whisper of a word
No fear can reach my being
My soul ascends seeing

The pain be left behind
Eyes that are no longer blind.
Air, earth and blood
Quiet and undisturbed
Bids my humanity goodbye
As my spirit reaches new heights.

Everlasting I am
For the Eternal Son Of Man
Gave his breath to redeem
Those whom the world had not yet seen.

Erstwhile dead,now forever alive
I foresee the moment I am to arrive,
In glory no longer transitory
To witness the beginning of an old told story.