This is the year of my 30th wedding anniversary. Yep! We’re 30 years strong! I give all glory to God that my wife and I are still going strong. Of course we’ve had our ups and downs, but we have discovered…

One of the keys to a healthy, Godly marriage is not that you have more laughs than tears, but that your laughs are more powerful than your tears.

I’m an ordained minister and my wife is a Gospel Jazz artist, but we realize that a healthy marriage has balance. Remember this…

There’s a time for WORSHIP and a time for ROMANCE, and you get ROMANTIC with a HYMNAL.

There’s nothing unholy about a good love song either. Even a suggestive love song can have it’s place when it pertains to your marriage. My wife and I love old school love songs. We encourage you to keep your love fresh with the same love songs that brought you together. Let them take you back to the times, places and even aromas of when your love was new. Experience new things together. Never forget to find joy in one another.

Song of Solomon confirms that romance and intimacy is not unholy when it comes to marriage.

Song of Solomon 1:2 (KJV)

Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy love is better than wine.

Song of Solomon 7:1-3 (NKJV)

How beautiful are your feet in sandals,
O prince’s daughter!
The curves of your thighs are like jewels,
The work of the hands of a skillful workman.
Your navel is a rounded goblet;
It lacks no blended beverage.
Your waist is a heap of wheat
Set about with lilies.
Your two breasts are like two fawns,
Twins of a gazelle.

If you’ve never read Song of Solomon, you’ve check out how it celebrates love and romance.

Also please check out our video above if you haven’t already. We love sharing our love for Old School Music while showing love for one another…while supporting the artists who created it.

We call them SONday Blessing videos, because we make them on SONday afternoons and share them on my wife’s fanpage (link at the bottom of my blog) and on her You Tube Channel (Mechelle Johnson).

I hope they inspire and bless your marriage.


We are GOD’S, BUT NOT GODS (Watch the apostrophe)…



We have to be very careful of people who either twist scriptures or don’t understand them. There are many people today who claim that WE ARE ALL gods because they misrepresent or misunderstand Psalm 82:6…

I said, “You are gods,[b]

And all of you are children of the Most High.

The word ‘gods’ here comes from the Hebrew name for God… Elohim, which is a plural noun. It is the word that implies God is one God with three authorities as indicated in Genesis 1:26a

 26 Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness…”

But, it also denotes when God delegates authority to humans, such as judges and leaders. He demands righteousness and justice from those whom have been granted authority. He demands that they don’t show partiality, and defends those who are powerless.

It speaks of delegated authority and not deity. Yes we belong to God, but we are not gods

Don’t let anyone deceive you with clever words or cherry picking scripture. Every scripture must be harmonized with the entire word of God.

Yes, we are made in God’s image. Yes, we are sons and daughters of God when we accept Yeshua, Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior…

But NO, we are not GODS. There is only one true and living God. The Lord God of Israel from everlasting to everlasting.

Psalm 82(NKJV)


82 God stands in the congregation of the mighty;
He judges among the gods.[a]
How long will you judge unjustly,
And show partiality to the wicked? Selah
Defend the poor and fatherless;
Do justice to the afflicted and needy.
Deliver the poor and needy;
Free them from the hand of the wicked.

They do not know, nor do they understand;
They walk about in darkness;
All the foundations of the earth are unstable.

I said, “You are gods,[b]
And all of you are children of the Most High.
But you shall die like men,
And fall like one of the princes.”

Arise, O God, judge the earth;
For You shall inherit all nations.



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