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The Rev. Dr. Thelma Gilbert was ordained into the gospel ministry of Jesus Christ in 1986. She is recognized as a competent, qualified, and well-trained teacher, leader, pastor, and servant. Well-prepared, disciplined, cheerful, and confident, Thelma serves as an advocate for people of all ages who are oppressed, suffering, and heartbroken from the many ills of our society. Dr. Gilbert’s God-given gifts, talents, and services as an acclaimed teacher, seminar speaker, and preacher are sought across the United States.

Dr. Gilbert is a pioneer and mentor for women in ministry. She became the first woman president of a predominantly male organization after several decades of their existence, and the first woman pastor voted into an almost one-hu
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Thelma Gilbert Everyone including students experienced writer’s block at some point in their life. I have experienced this many times. Getting stuck on what to say…moreEveryone including students experienced writer’s block at some point in their life. I have experienced this many times. Getting stuck on what to say next could be very frustrating. When I encounter writer’s block, I put my work aside and focus on doing something else. I might go to the gym, look at a movie on television, go out to eat or hold a brainstorming session with someone who could help me move towards the next step. When the next thought comes in my spirit I return to my writing mode and start writing again.(less)
Thelma Gilbert The best thing about being a writer for me is “creativity.” You are not under the dictates of another person. You are free to express yourself in your…moreThe best thing about being a writer for me is “creativity.” You are not under the dictates of another person. You are free to express yourself in your words and at the same time tell your story to the whole world. Writing for me is therapeutic and healthy. Entering your own world, helps you get in touch with your emotions, aspirations, goals, shortcomings, fears, joys, sorrows, memories, and so much more. (less)
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There are times we find ourselves worrying about one thing or another, even though we claim to have faith in God. The Bible clearly teaches us that we are not to worry. The Apostle Paul tells us in Philippians 4:6, “Do not be anxious [do not worry] about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” This scripture teaches us that we shou...

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“A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions. We are admonished in the gospel of Matthew not to judge others, for when we judge others, we will also be judged. When”
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“Three types of spirits came to mind that ruin relationships and cause a great deal of dissension among the people of God: a judgmental spirit, a critical spirit, and a faultfinding spirit. A judgmental3 spirit is someone who is inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones, about someone else. A critical4 spirit is someone who expresses disapproval by pointing out the faults or shortcomings of others. A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions.”
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“For me, though, the miracle stories written about Jesus in the four Gospels came alive in my spirit. They”
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“Three types of spirits came to mind that ruin relationships and cause a great deal of dissension among the people of God: a judgmental spirit, a critical spirit, and a faultfinding spirit. A judgmental3 spirit is someone who is inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones, about someone else. A critical4 spirit is someone who expresses disapproval by pointing out the faults or shortcomings of others. A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions.”
Thelma Gilbert M.A. D.D., Healed from a Bent Condition

“A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions. We are admonished in the gospel of Matthew not to judge others, for when we judge others, we will also be judged. When”
Thelma Gilbert M.A. D.D., Healed from a Bent Condition

“For me, though, the miracle stories written about Jesus in the four Gospels came alive in my spirit. They”
Thelma Gilbert M.A. D.D., Healed from a Bent Condition

“Three types of spirits came to mind that ruin relationships and cause a great deal of dissension among the people of God: a judgmental spirit, a critical spirit, and a faultfinding spirit. A judgmental3 spirit is someone who is inclined to make judgments, especially moral or personal ones, about someone else. A critical4 spirit is someone who expresses disapproval by pointing out the faults or shortcomings of others. A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions.”
Thelma Gilbert M.A. D.D., Healed from a Bent Condition

“A faultfinding5 spirit is someone who engages in petty or nagging criticism and tends to make judgments based on personal opinions. We are admonished in the gospel of Matthew not to judge others, for when we judge others, we will also be judged. When”
Thelma Gilbert M.A. D.D., Healed from a Bent Condition




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Jill It's lovely to meet you, Thelma. Thank you for being my friend on GRs. Best Wishes, Jill


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