🔥 "Changing of the Guard" Amanda & Power of Wheat

Dive into Amanda Grace's transformative journey of faith, uncover 2000 years of healing wisdom with wheat, and be inspired by Megan Unsworth's path to true wealth.

Major Changing of the Guard!

  • 🦸 Bible Trivia: Can you get it right?

  • 🙏 My Faith: A Major Changing of the Guard - Amanda Grace

  • 🍏 My Health: 2000 Years of Healing Wisdom ️ - Wheat

  • 👑 Majestic Woman: Megan Unsworth - She is Wealthy

  • ✝️ Bible Verse of the Week: Exodus 34:22

Trivia Question❓

In the Bible, which two brothers had a disagreement that led to one of them murdering the other over a sheaf of wheat in a field?

Answer at the bottom of the newsletter

Interesting Bible Facts - Wheat

  • Wheat was considered a symbol of abundance and prosperity in biblical times, often being used as a metaphor for spiritual growth and renewal.

  • The story of Ruth in the Bible revolves around the harvesting of wheat, demonstrating the importance of agriculture and the provision of God in sustaining His people.

  • In the New Testament, Jesus uses the analogy of wheat to explain the concept of spiritual growth and bearing fruit in the parable of the wheat and the tares.

My Faith - Prophets

Amanda Grace - Ark of Grace Ministries

Majestic Woman - Megan Unsworth

She Is Wealthy Live (LAST CHANCE)


Megan Unsworth, known as the "Queen of Coaching," is a visionary entrepreneur, bestselling author, captivating speaker, and an inspirational coach dedicated to unlocking the potential within women and activating God's call in their lives. 
With a compelling life story and a passion for empowering others, Megan has emerged as a beacon of hope, transformation, and purpose in the world of personal development and coaching.

Fueled by her own experiences, Megan arrived at a critical crossroads, a choice point in life where she made the profound decision to pursue her dreams and goals with unwavering determination.
This pivotal moment set her on a path of self-discovery and personal growth that would ultimately define her life's mission. Today, Megan stands as a beacon of inspiration for thousands of women worldwide. Megan's message is clear: it's time to unlock your innate gifts and talents, embrace your true calling, and create a lasting impact on the world.

Megan's journey to becoming the influential figure she is today was shaped by personal adversity and a profound desire to create lasting change in the lives of women. At the tender age of 8, Megan experienced the heart-wrenching loss of her father, which led her through seasons of feeling unloved, unwanted, and unworthy. 

These pivotal moments in her life served as a catalyst for her own transformation and ignited a fierce determination to help others on their journey towards self-discovery and fulfillment.

2000 Years of Healing Wisdom. 

Time Tested Herbs & Superfoods of the Bible.  A Multi-Week Introduction to a Game Changing Health Solution -

Count Down: 29 Days

USES OF Herbs & Superfoods of the Bible - This week's highlight - Organic Wheat Grass:

Organic Wheat Grass Benefits:

      • Naturally Cleansing
      • Promotes Healthy Energy

      • Promotes Radiant Skin

      • Supports Intestinal Health

Exodus 34:22  “You shall observe the Feast of Weeks, the firstfruits of wheat harvest, and the Feast of Ingathering at the year’s end.”

Bible Message - Exodus 34:22

The Festival of Ingathering: A Call to Gratitude and Renewal

Exodus 34:22 (click to read)

Today, we turn our hearts and minds to the sacred words found in Exodus 34:22: "And you shall observe the Feast of Weeks, the firstfruits of wheat harvest, and the Feast of Ingathering at the year's end."

In this passage, we are called to celebrate the Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Ingathering. These ancient festivals were times of joy, gratitude, and renewal, reminding the Israelites of God's abundant blessings and their covenant with Him.

The Feast of Weeks, or Shavuot, marked the end of the grain harvest, a time to give thanks for the firstfruits and to acknowledge the Lord's provision. It was a celebration of the bounty of the earth, a moment to pause and recognize that all we have is a gift from our Creator. As we gather our own firstfruits—our achievements, our blessings, our growth—let us remember to offer our thanks and share our abundance with those around us.

The Feast of Ingathering, or Sukkot, took place at the year's end, during the fruit harvest. This was a time to celebrate the completion of the agricultural cycle and to reflect on the journey of the past year. It was a reminder of the Israelites' journey through the wilderness, living in temporary shelters, and relying on God's guidance and provision. Similarly, we are called to reflect on our own journeys, to recognize the shelters we have built, the paths we have traveled, and the divine guidance we have received.

These feasts remind us of the importance of gratitude and renewal in our lives. Gratitude opens our hearts to see the abundance around us, even in times of struggle. It shifts our focus from what we lack to what we have, fostering a spirit of contentment and joy. Renewal, on the other hand, invites us to let go of the past, to release our burdens, and to embrace the new opportunities and blessings that lie ahead.

As we observe these sacred times, let us carry the lessons of the Feast of Weeks and the Feast of Ingathering into our daily lives. Let us be grateful for the firstfruits we receive, whether they are the fruits of our labor, the love of our families, or the beauty of the world around us. Let us also take time to reflect and renew, to recognize the journey we have traveled, and to trust in God's continued guidance and provision.

May we live with hearts full of gratitude and spirits eager for renewal, always mindful of the abundant blessings that our Creator bestows upon us. And may we share these blessings with others, becoming beacons of light and love in a world that so desperately needs both.


💡 Answer to Trivia Question:

Cain and Abel.

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