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Sadly, we live at a time when many of us are like sheep without a shepherd. Many once trusted pastors and teachers have forgotten their God-given role of protecting their sheep from ravenous wolves and have instead chosen to willingly join with them wholeheartedly. Therefore, many precious Christians are prey for the enemy as they attempt to seek a new church where God’s Word is being preached without compromise, and some end up getting involved with another church where yet another form of compromise or spiritual deception is taking place, which is what has happened to me many times now. With that in mind I will rarely be sharing any sermons from any pastors with you here, because the more I find out about them, the more I realize that the only one we can completely trust is Jesus Christ. So, for the time being, I will just be sharing videos like the one below that just have the audio of God’s Word accompanied with pictures highlighting some of the main verses from each particular book of the Bible.

When time allows, I hope that you will take less than 2 minutes out of your day to listen to the Book of 2 John  and allow God’s Word to comfort you, to free you from worry, doubt, and fear, exhort and convict you of sin, and to guide you into all truth.

For those of you who have yet to come to understand all that Jesus Christ accomplished for us when He  willingly entered our sin-filled world wrapped in human flesh as an innocent baby, to one day become our Savior, I pray you will come to understand and believe and receive the good news of the Biblical gospel:

Still being God, the second Person of the Trinity, Jesus Christ came into our world to rescue us from sin and hell; He grew and lived the perfect, sinless life that we could never live, to become the spotless, Lamb of God who would take away the sins of the world. He willingly hung on a cross and suffered the extremely brutal death of crucifixion in our place.  God the Father, poured our His full wrath that we deserve for our sins upon His one and only Son — Jesus Christ, God in the flesh — who paid the debt in full for every one of our sins, no matter how heinous the sin may be! He died, was buried, and gloriously arose from the dead bodily on the third day for our justification. Salvation is a free gift; we are not saved by good works or by obeying the law, or Jesus Christ died in vain! (Galatians 2:21) If a person chooses to place their trust in the only provision that God has made for us to be forgiven and to be reconciled to Himself, (which is by trusting in Jesus Christ alone for our salvation), according to God’s very Word we will then have the assurance of eternal life with Him in heaven. (1 John 5:9-13) That, dear reader, is the good news of the Biblical gospel that is not being heard in many churches today! Please get yourself a Bible (preferably a King James version because many verses in newer translations have been either omitted or drastically changed in such a way that changes the meaning of the verses), and read the Gospel of John, the Books of Romans, Ephesians, Hebrews, and 1,2, and 3 John to begin with, so that you might come to know the joyously good news of all that Jesus Christ accomplished for us, and the depth of the love that God has for you. (Ephesians 3:17-19) (1 John 4:9,10)




Thank you very much for stopping by today.

God Bless You

~Mary Dalke/Living4HisGlory



My sister was admitted to the hospital again after the results of the latest blood test showed her white blood cell count was higher than it was previously when she was in the hospital! Your prayers for her would truly be appreciated!



Just a short post to let you know what’s happening, and what is soon to come –Lord willing: I am still working on Part 3 of my testimony, ‘FROM FEAR AND UNCERTAINTY, TO PEACE AND ASSURANCE — HOW GOD REVEALED THE TRUTH TO ME WHILE I WAS READING A CATHOLIC NEW TESTAMENT BIBLE.’  It’s an overwhelming task that I have taken on to share with you the teachings of the Catholic church directly from the ‘Catechism of the Catholic Church,‘ as well as some of the teachings of ‘Vatican II’ and ‘The Council of Trent’ and comparing much of it to Scripture, and I want to make sure it is done thoroughly; since my desire is to share the truly “good news” of the gospel with Catholics, I don’t want to rush to finish it just to have it completed by a certain deadline, which I tentatively set for the end of August, which, as you know, is today.  Lord willing, with God’s help, I hope to have it finished by the end of September.

A few more reasons why I have not been able to complete Part 3:

1) I have been trying very hard to be successful in my new business venture as a Jamberry Nails Independent Consultant, which means I have been spending a lot of time trying different ways to introduce these beautifully designed, chemical-free, latex-free, long-wearing vinyl nail wraps to women through flea markets, Bridal Fairs, fundraisers, online Facebook parties and in-home parties , etc.  (Your prayers would be appreciated!  Please pray God will lead and direct me in the way He would desire me to go).

2) Three days a week I am now helping take care of my mom who is still unable to walk on her own even though she was in a rehabilitation center for four months recovering from an injury to her leg.  To spend time with my precious mom is a privilege, and God even gave  me another opportunity to share the gospel with her two weeks ago, so I see this as a ministry to her.  Your prayers for her salvation and God’s wisdom for me would be greatly and deeply appreciated at this time!

3) My mind is overwhelmed and my heart is rather burdened because of new information I recently came across a couple of weeks ago that further explains in frightening detail what is truly happening in many churches today — and why!  In order to free my mind from all of this so that I can concentrate and finish the final part of my testimony, the idea to write a poem, entitled, ‘VOICES,’ came to mind.  In my introduction and through my poem and some videos, as well, I intend to share this information with you in order to warn you, and to emphasize even more than I have already done in many previous posts, the importance of not only testing things in light of Scripture, but also to stress how we as Christians are to truly and only be  followers of Jesus Christ, and not any man or ministry; the only voice we should be listening to is the voice of our Shepherd!!  Lord willing, I hope to have the poem finished by the end of this week or next week.

God bless you!  Thank you for stopping by!  And thank you very much for taking some time out of your day to read my posts and poems!