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The Path to Enlightenment Is Through Jesus Christ

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Reflections on Faith

At All Negative Became Positive, we are committed to spreading the gospel to people from all walks of life. Read our blog to learn about our experiences with God and Jesus.

Revival On Pebble Hill

Revival starts on Pebble Hill tonight. Smack dab in the middle of a clearing in the woods. The process of getting this location ready for revival has been a long one. When Brother Josh first showed us this location, there were mixed thoughts for each of us. My husband, Rev. Mathew Quinn, didn’t know what to think, but as I stood on the side of the road looking at the beginning process of land clearing. I felt the excitement. Somehow, we would have revival in the overgrown woods. Little did I know, there was much more than trees and shrubbery that needed to be cleared. On the lot, just behind the trees, our plan B parking was loaded with an excessive amount of trash. So, we put up the “Future Location” sign and got to work.

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Revival On Pebble Hill

Revival starts on Pebble Hill tonight. Smack dab in the middle of a clearing in the woods. The process of getting this location ready for revival has been a long one. When Brother Josh first showed us this location, there were mixed thoughts for each of us. My husband, Rev. Mathew Quinn, didn’t know what to think, but as I stood on the side of the road looking at the beginning process of land clearing. I felt the excitement. Somehow, we would have revival in the overgrown woods. Little did I know, there was much more than trees and shrubbery that needed to be cleared. On the lot, just behind the trees, our plan B parking was loaded with an excessive amount of trash. So, we put up the “Future Location” sign and got to work.

Revival On Pebble Hill

After much work and a whole lot of elbow grease, the location came to life. We would like to think the whole thing was our idea but everything, in the end, was better than anything we could even imagine. We realized then that our hands were just there but God was the one who did all the work. We aren’t and weren’t capable of envisioning nor doing something so extraordinary.

Revival On Pebble Hill

When it was all said and done, and the tent set up, lights turned on, our excitement about this location and this upcoming revival was and is one that can’t be described in words.

Revival On Pebble Hill

Come join us on Pebble Hill for a revival this week:


5650 Sand Hill Farm Rd., Waycross, Ga.

†♥ Jessica Quinn

The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

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The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

“The loneliest person that ever was, was Jesus.”


R.T. Kendall is delusional. How in the world could he ever consider Jesus as the loneliest person that ever was? He’s Jesus! I sat reading these words in R.T. Kendall’s book, Thorn in The Flesh, several times over. Bothered by this statement, but not quite sure why. The idea that Jesus Christ had been lonely as He walked on this earth just seemed… wrong. He’s Jesus! How could Jesus have been lonely?
Not only that but how could anyone think that?

The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

“The loneliest person that ever was.”


Wanting an answer to this ridiculous idea I again asked, “How was Jesus lonely?” After some more time mulling over this quote I felt The Spirit nudge back with a question of His own:


“Why wouldn’t He have been lonely?”


Well duh. “He had His disciples.”


Just as soon as I had this thought I thought back to an earlier passage in the book where it was talking about the loneliness of success. How when some become successful two things happen. While some will abandon you, claiming that you are no longer the same person as before your success, others will cling to you for what you can do for them.


Then another thought came to me. How many of His disciples followed him because of his fame? We already know that Judas betrayed Him and Peter denied Him, but who followed Him just to be seen with Him? Worse, who followed Him for what He could do for them? There’s no doubting that Jesus Christ was the most famous man of that time, and still is, regardless of what some may say.

The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

“When the people therefore saw that Jesus was not there, neither his disciples, they also took shipping, and came to Capernaum, seeking for Jesus. And when they had found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, Rabbi, when camest thou hither? Jesus answered them and said, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but because ye did eat of the loaves, and were filled.-John 6:24-26


And now a new question comes to mind. How many of us are following Jesus just to be seen with Him? Or because of what He can do for us?

The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

Jesus had been lonely.


The idea that He could relate to one of my thorns (2 Corinthians 12:7) is comforting to some degree. It’s one thing to hear that Jesus understands the temptations we face but to hear that He understands loneliness is another thing.

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The Loneliest Person That Ever Was

“He knows how it feels to be surrounded by others but to be completely alone.”


If it hadn’t been the Holy Spirit that told me this I probably would have never believed it and would have tossed the book aside and considered it as a loss of time and effort. Loneliness is one of those things that seems unrelatable. Like, a personal sentence that no one else could possibly understand. As the youngest of six kids in a family of eight, not including aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, nieces, and nephews, I have been surrounded by others all my life. Now I have a husband, a child, and several church friends and family. There’s rarely a moment where I’m alone so the idea that I might be lonely seems ridiculous. But I do get lonely though. Something I’ve come to understand as God seeking my undivided attention when I put people and things above time with Him. (Jeremiah 29:13)

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“His faithful love is constant and full.”-Whitney Putnam (Journey:

A Woman’s Guide To Intimacy With God: November 2017)


As I read further into The Thorn in The Flesh and go through the types of thorns people might suffer with I have wondered more than once just how many of mine He truly understands. The answer, of course, is an obvious one. He understands everything completely. He understands us completely.


♥† Jessica Quinn

Ask in Prayer, Believing.

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Ask in Prayer, Believing.

And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive. — Matthew 21:22 KJV


I had everything I needed, just in case. I had two drinks, two packs of graham crackers, flashlights, warm sturdy clothes, cell phone, umbrella. I was prepared. All I was missing was faith. The most crucial thing I needed, even for a short trek to my parents’ house, was the faith knowing that God would get me and my son there quick and without any problems.


I had run out of diapers, unable to find the ones I had taken on a trip for the weekend. They weren’t in the truck, they weren’t in the house. I came to the guilt-inducing conclusion that I had left them at our friend’s house. Mom Failure Moment 1,001. It was just after 10am and my parents wouldn’t be around to pick me up until 12:30pm and I had no diapers… well, I had one, a cloth one that wouldn’t last too long with no inserts. Trying my best to Macgyver everything I could into a decent temporary diaper, and failing every time, I came to the not-so-thrilling conclusion that I would have to walk to my parents’ house for some diapers.


There are two ways to my parents’ house. The main roadway, that involves going past a house with dogs that like to chase and apparently bite, according to their owners, and a road of curves with cars that like to speed not thinking, or caring, about what might be ahead of them around the curve. The non-traffic into the woods way, my husband and I took this way back when I was very pregnant. What was supposed to be a quick ten-minute trek through a path that leads straight through my parents back property took 8 hours lost in the woods.


My plan was to go through the woods. Sending a quick prayer to God that He get me and my son to and through the trail with no problems and in short time I began to gather things together and throwing them into our stroller. Grabbing one of the overnight pull-ups we have on hand I tore off the horrible self-made diaper and hiked this one up to his chin, laughed through tears at how horrible it was, and dressed Nathaniel up for the walk. Pausing long enough to decide if I should leave a note for my parents or not… you know, just in case we got lost like my husband and I had. And that’s when it hit me.


I had no faith. None. Not even a smidge.


But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed. — James 1:6 KJV


Standing there in my room I realized I had absolutely no faith that God could, and would, get me and my son to/through the trail with no problems. “You’re asking not believing. You’re asking but doubting.” It was true. I was. I had no faith in His ability to do something so simple.


So, off on the main roadways, we went. The whole time I’m praying, still not really believing, that He keeps us safe and hidden from those vicious dogs and speeding cars. As I neared the house with the dogs I was reminded of a passage in 2 Kings:


“And when they came down to him, Elisha prayed unto the Lord, and said, Smite this people, I pray thee, with blindness. And he smote them with blindness according to the word of Elisha. And Elisha said unto them, This is not the way, neither is this the city: follow me, and I will bring you to the man whom ye seek. But he led them to Samaria. And it came to pass, when they were come into Samaria, that Elisha said, Lord, open the eyes of these men, that they may see. And the Lord opened their eyes, and they saw; and, behold, they were in the midst of Samaria.” —2 Kings 6:18-20 KJV


Yep. Clearly, my faith is lacking in a serious degree. I mean, if God can smite an entire group of people with blindness what is a couple of dogs? And do you know what, those dogs that have been harassing me almost every morning in the past week were quiet? Even the house at the end of the road that has a billion dogs that bark like crazy every time we pass it for the bus stop was relatively quiet. In the end, we made it to my parents’ house with hardly any traffic in the roads, little to no contact with loud barking dogs, and all emergency provisions still intact.


When you pray to God for help, of any kind, you have to act in faith believing that He has taken care of what you asked Him to. Not have the mindset, “okay, I asked, I hope He heard me.” Like I’ve been having lately.


♥† Jessica Quinn

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