Karen’s Prayers - Karen Berrios

Karen's Prayers

I say to you, Get Up!

By Karen Berrios | August 13, 2021

There are numerous biblical stories that share the compassion of Jesus towards the sick and those in pain. You may or may not remember this biblical passage about Jesus raising a widow’s son. It is a short yet powerful message that displays once again the great mercy of God for the hurting. I have personally…

If you can believe…

By Karen Berrios | January 18, 2021

This phrase may resonate with you since it is commonly used in Christian circles. It was birthed out of a passage in the bible where a man was desperately looking for healing for his son who had a mute spirit. Even though Jesus’ disciples were filled with God’s authority, they were unable to rebuke this…

The Sting of Compassion

By Karen Berrios | December 30, 2020

At times we get stuck into what should take place according to rules and traditions placed by men, governments, religions, etc. There is a story in the bible in Luke 6:6-11 where Jesus defiles the day of the sabbath to bring healing to a man. This was unacceptable by the religious men but Jesus’ act…

Is Fear a Sin?

By Karen Berrios | August 1, 2020

Fear is a normal emotion experienced by humans when facing danger or a situation we intuitively know or feel wrong. Emotions are part of God’s design and these help us collect information to make decisions and take actions. The Bible says we should always guard our eyes, our ears, and our hearts because we will…

Great Faith

By Karen Berrios | July 2, 2020

Having faith takes courage because you must let go of your control and everything you think you may know to surrender it all to Him. Trusting that He will come through for you even if you have no idea how that could even begin to be possible. Just like the centurion did when he asked…

Holy and Blameless

By Karen Berrios | June 22, 2020

It is difficult to see ourselves “Holy and Blameless” especially if we retrospectively look back at our lives and go over all those painful memories we now know left deep wounds. Whether we wounded or were wounded, the scriptures tell us that “we are all formerly alienated and hostile in mind, engaged in evil deeds.”…