My Prayer

Dear God,

I thank you for the gift of connecting. I thank you for the gift of sharing. I thank you for your gift of protection. I pray that each person joining the  ministry network, will have a relationship with you and allow the power of your spirit to dwell in them. I pray that each connecting soul is willing to share their gift in order to enrich and enhance the life of all believers. Let me not betray the trust that anyone has in me. Let me not hinder or discourage anyone's dream. Allow your grace and your love to fall on me and every connection made through this "Nette-work". Thank you God for your inner strength, peace and patience as I operate only through the calling you have on my life. Not what others expect but what you require.

In Jesus name

Amen

About Antoinette

Antoinette Hargrove Duke. 

 

Recently divorced but to the union came a beautiful daughter, born on April 20, 2010.  Jamyla Antoinette Duke  is one of my greatest gifts from God (Psalm 127:3).  ~

I am originally from Huntsville, Alabama.  the Hargrove Family - Identified as 13:1 ~ I have  (7) sisters and (5) brothers. Our mother, whom we are still blessed to share, taught us many valuable lessons.  We owe so much to her for her strength, perseverance, wisdom, courage, and faithfulness in raising thirteen children. (One set of twins).  Until December 2000, she shared the honor of being married to a major leaning post by the name of Felix Hargrove Sr., our late father. Daddy's death was devastating  to each of us.  For me, the pain manifested, typically when I felt lonely or alone  "... But God".  Losing him, I realized I lost a major connection in my life, my heart continues to ache, but my soul cries out more to God.       When I think about daddy now, I call it.... a But God moment because God demonstrates his love towards me, when I long for the love of my father. 

"You never know God is all you need until God is all you have."

Through my connection with Christ- I pray that he will continue to allow me to make godly connections with others.  Whether in words or deeds - the connections that we make daily can make all the difference in the world.

 

 

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