Sit back, relax and enjoy.

Sit back, relax and enjoy.
Welcome to my mind.

Monday, December 31, 2012

Free minutes for your phone tonight!



Ery'body with dem government phones, time to turn them on for your free minutes!!! #Salts

Friday, December 28, 2012

I AM


Jesus walks with me. Haters don't matter, for I know Who I AM.

The gossipers and non-believers don't even make my heart race or my words to stutter. They are evil and I have power to tread on serpents. They are adders looking for someone to bite. It will not be me. They are the ones who have personal matters and it makes them feel better to pick on people. When they attempt to pick on me, or any of God's children, Jesus sees it and feels it. Then they wonder why their lives are so miserable. Until they repent, their lives will never be free from troubles. 

My words have power. These words can see you, feel you and touch you. As above, so below. God creates and so do we.  

To my enemy: It is best to treat me as nicely as you can before the King of all Kings and Lord of all Lords gets vengeance on you for touching His anointed. He knows how much His loved ones can bear and when we tire of the enemy, He steps in and fights whatever is left and wins. 

satan knew who I was even before I knew who I Am. Now I know and I Am sure of Who I belong. Trust me, doubt is forever null and void. 

Jesus walks with me. Haters don't matter, for I know Who I Am, even before the enemy was.

Rev. Esther R. Scott
aka
RevEssie


Happy last Friday of 2012!


Rev Esther R. Scott

The LORD bless you and protect you!
The LORD deal kindly and graciously with you!
The LORD bestow His favor upon you and
grant you peace!
(Numbers 6:24-26)

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Thursday, December 27, 2012

BEAUTIFUL!! Compelling - WOW!

 
 

 
 

 
 
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Absolutely beautiful and true.
I find this very compelling!!
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John 2: 19 They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.

Don't fall for the hype of all-inclusion. If they don't believe that Jesus is the Way.....they are not of us. Don't let satan play on your heart-strings. It's like this: Jesus = Heaven. No Jesus = no Heaven. #pointmade

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Watch your words!

http://youtu.be/xjZftzPyq2E

Watch your words!

New tests sent out not due until Jan 4th, 2013



If you are a student of NBBI, by now you may have received your new tests. They are not due until January 4th, 2013. Please enjoy your holidays and rest!

IHS,

Rev Essie


My Christmas 2012


I had a wonderful day for Christmas yesterday and I hope that you all did as well. My daughter and I were beginning to put all of the food that we made the day before into the oven when I thought, "I wonder how my sons Christmas is coming out?" So, I texted him....again.  I noticed that his intonation about his day seemed a bit lacking. I texted, "How's your Christmas going babe?" He texted back, "It's just another day over here mom." All moms know that words like this from your children are red flags. I looked at my daughter and said, "I have an idea! Let's put everything in the car and go over and have Christmas with Ja'red!" She loved the idea and pulled everything out of the oven that we were in the midst of re-heating and began to pack. We actually filled suitcases with warm bowls, we filled a covered cake pan with huge utensils for cutting and stirring. The huge roaster actually fit in my slow cooker cover. Twas awesome, handles and all. We took everything down on the elevator and I went to get the Lincoln. (We call it "The Limo." I thank God for my most expensive and best riding car that my daughter bought me earlier this year. She could have gotten a car for herself. She actually decided to take my old Neon instead. She always loved that Neon. We aren't rich but she got blessed in an unusual way and decided to use it on me. She got tired of people making fun of me showing up in front of churches with a smoke-blowing 10 year old red Neon. The Neon is in the shop for her now so pray that it gets fixed....cheap!  Thanx.) We packed up, put on some beautiful Christmas music and off we went! We got some gas and change for the turnpike and got ghost. (That means we left for those who don't know.) 

We arrived about 45 minutes later at my son's house. His girlfriend had just gotten home from work about 5 minutes before we arrived. Twas lovely. She is the prettiest Bosnian that I've ever seen. Long, black hair and a body to die for. She's unusually very friendly to be so pretty. Ususally pretty girls are sort of 'stuck up' but not Disa. She's a baby doll. She and my daughter together look like something from a Toys 'R' Us shelf. (Can't do the backwards "R", sorry. Guess you have to buy a keyboard from there to be able to do it. Lol.) 
The food was awesome. We ate like champs. Disa is carrying a Scott baby sooooo. ('nuff said.) We had tender, smoked ham, kale, homemade mac and cheese, sweet potatoes, corn, potato salad, heat and serve dinner rolls, Penoit Grigio,  Sarris' chocolate covered cherries, dark, delicious fudge and various sodas. Lex and Disa heated it all up as I sat in the livingroom chillin'. (Resting :) ) 
Earlier, my son went to a store to get the drinks and came home with them on his shoulder like Popeye. He was always cut even when he was a young man and skinnier. His muscles were bangin!  Makes a mama proud. Of course, he drank out of the container since he had used soooo much energy carrying the water and pop. He was thirsty and chugged it caveman style. 
We ate, laughed, played a game of Spades in which Edisa and Lex won. Well, we 'let' them win anyway. (Don't believe that one.) As they say in text language "jk" (Just kiddin). 

It was one of the best Christmases that I can remember. Growing up in different homes the way that I did, my Christmases weren't really the best, if I had any. Who knew that I would one day be enjoying it with my own little family with a grandbaby-to-be? God is good. I went from being 12 years old with an unwrapped, old Timex watch laying on the livingroom table on Christmas, from my uncle's drunken wife who hated me, to having my own Christmas with 2 children who love me, and a pretty Bosnian who is carrying my grandchild. Life is good. Some may hate my testimony but my testimony is mine. 

Rev Essie Scott


P.S. I wrote this out very carefully with indentations and all so if the Blog programs mess it up I apologize. I don't know why but sometimes my blogs come out horribly as though I spent no time on arranging them. God bless!


 



Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas!!!! (2012)



Have a very Merry Christmas from our house to yours!




Rev. Esther R. Scott and the New Birth staff!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

The Jewish Boy


A devout Jewish couple named Joseph and Mary, living in the poor town of Nazareth, had in the family a remarkable boy named Jesus. They went each year to keep the great feast of the Passover in Jerusalem, and the year the boy was twelve, they took him along.
Being a remarkable lad, he took a deep interest in the religious observance, and a still deeper interest in what might be it's true meaning. Working in Joseph's carpenter shop, living in the home, and going about the town and countryside, he had been accustomed to doing a great deal of thinking about life, it's origin, it's meaning, it's destiny. Not having much else to distract his mind, he had gone very deeply into these questions, and despite his youth had already reached some significant conclusions of his own.
So while most other boys of his age may have had wandering minds or have been interested only in the pomp and pageantry side of the great feast, his mind was digging away at the secret of what had led and kept his people in their long stubble from slavery to the nationality they had now lost but always hoped to get back. His mind followed many paths, having many starting points, and running through many fields of thought and experience. But whatever road it took in it's contemplations soon or late it always found itself confronted with one name - God, who Jesus even then preferred to call "My Father". He realized that the Supreme Being was the perimeter of human possibility, the alpha and the omega of experience and hope, the beginning and end of all roads. That is the basic premise of all good thinking.
The observance and control of the great feast seemed to center in the temple and there the boy of Nazareth went to see what was going on and to think it over. He was always thinking things over. That was his way. He figured that everything had a meaning, and he meant to find that meaning.
In the temple he found plenty to interest him. There were some remarkable men there-bright-eyed, scholarly old men they called the priests and the rabbis. He asked some of them questions, and the questions were so good that they did not brush him aside or order him away. Instead they fell into a discussion. Others noticed it and gathered around. Soon a great discussion was going on, with the amazing boy entering into it with strangely mature knowledge and judgment.
Meanwhile, Joseph and Mary had started home. Supposing the boy was in the party, looking after himself as usual, they got under way without paying any attention. After going so distance they noticed that he was not with them and returned to Jerusalem to search for him. They were surprised to find him in the temple holding his own in discussion with the leaders of thought amoung his people. Not realizing that what had happened would be long remembered as one of the world's great events, they scolded him for being where he was when he was supposed to be in their party on the way home, as indeed he soon was. After chiding him, however, Mary found that she could not forget some of the things she had heard him say.
Some eighteen years later this boy broke upon the world's attention as a great teacher. In the three short years following, he made himself a person much of the world worships as the Son of God, and nearly all the rest of it honors and admires for his wisdom and goodness. What was going on during those eighteen years, often called the silent years at Nazareth? Supposedly he was still working by a man who inquired very deeply into that great life and reported things very carefully. That man, a physician named Luke, says that he was advancing or growing. In other words, he was building the kingdom within and without himself, a self that was to challenge the world and impress the centuries. He was advancing, Luke says, in wisdom, and in stature, and in favor with God and men. In other words, he was developing along four lines, understanding, physical strength, religious life, and social relationships. What better can we do than to take these as four lines along which we should advance in Wisdom?
Be blessed ~ Rev. Essie Scott ~ revessie.com

Saturday, December 22, 2012

[NewBirthMinistries] Love


 




 
Subject: Love

Pray for the members of New Birth Ministries. Lord, we are looking for a fresh touch from your Holy Spirit. Forgive us of all sins so that we can go into 2013 new, bold and blessed in every aspect. Thank you Lord. Baruch Atah Adonai. A-main.


Rev Scott~IHS* BlackBerry®


Friday, December 21, 2012

Where some of our donations go…..


NBM is a partner of Perry Stone ministries in Cleveland, Tennessee. If you have been donating to New Birth Ministries, this is where some of your donations have gone. 

God bless and know that you are appreciated,

Rev. Essie
perrystonevoe has uploaded Christmas at the OCI Ranch.
Christmas at the OCI Ranch
Christmas at the OCI Ranch with Perry Stone.
©2012 YouTube, LLC 901 Cherry Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066

Birthday flower symbolism.

My birthday flowers that my daughter bought me on December 7th are still striving! I think they are called Tiger Lillies? Whatever they are they are strong like my family. Beautiful symbolism. Thank you Jesus.

Pray for America

Pray for our country to once again become a "Christian Nation."

Prayer request



Please pray for my daughter and son who has this new 'illness/flu' going around. They are sicker than they've ever been including nausea, headaches, dizzines, fever and swelling. I believe it's a new strand and I don't want my unborn grandbaby to feel the effects of it. My son is afraid to be in the house with his girlfriend with it. He's opened windows, etc to try to keep it away from her and the baby.

Heads up. Buy some Thera-Flu or Alka Seltzer Plus Cold Medicine just to keep it handy. I love Thera-Flu better. You can make a hot tea with it with a dash of honey or sugar. 

God help us all. Have a blessed Friday/weekend,

RevEssie

New Birth Church is on and crackin'!

 


Rev Scott~IHS* BlackBerry®

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

No weapon!



No weapon formed against you will prosper; every tongue that 

rises against you in judgment, you 

shall condemn (Isa 54:17)!

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Rev. Essie Scott and friends!

Newtown night before Christmas


By:
Gregg Zachary at Perry Stone Ministries

Twas' 11 days before Christmas, around 9:38 when 20 beautiful children stormed through 

heaven's gate. Their smiles were contagious, their laughter filled the air. They could hardly 

believe all the beauty they saw there. They were filled with such joy, they didn't know what to 

say. They remembered nothing of what had happened earlier that day. "Where are we?" asked a

little girl, as quiet as a mouse. "This is heaven." 

declared a small boy. "We're spending Christmas at God's house." When what to their wondering 

eyes did appear, but Jesus, their savior, the children gathered near. He looked at them and 

smiled, and they smiled just the same. Then He opened His arms and He called them by name. 

And in that moment was joy, that only heaven can bring those children all flew into the arms of 

their King and as they lingered in the warmth of His embrace, one small girl turned and looked at 

Jesus' face. And as if He could read all the questions she had He gently whispered to her, "I'll take 

care of mom and dad." Then He looked down on earth, the world far below He saw all of the hurt, 

the sorrow, and woe then He closed His eyes and He outstretched His hand, "Let My power and 

presence re-enter this land!" "may this country be delivered from the hands of fools" "I'm taking 

back my nation. I'm taking back my schools!" then He and the children stood up without a sound. 

"come now my children, let me show you around." excitement filled the space, some skipped and 

some ran. all displaying enthusiasm that only a small child can. And I heard Him proclaim as He 

walked out of sight, "in the midst of this darkness, I AM STILL THE LIGHT.