Word of the Day: valor

Pronunciation: [VAL -er]

Definition(s): boldness or determination in facing great danger, especially in battle;heroic courage; bravery:

Part of Speech: noun,

Sentence:  It took great valor for David to take on Goliath with a slingshot as his only weapon.

Synonyms: boldness, fearlessness, fortitude

Antonyms: cowardice, fear, timidity, meekness


Word of the Day: paragon

Pronunciation: [PAR-uh-gon]

Definition(s): a model or pattern of excellence or of a particular excellence:
2. someone of exceptional merit:
3. an unusually large, round pearl.

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence: Many men want a girlfriend that is a paragon of beauty.

Synonyms: model, archetype, gem, jewel, prototype, standard

Antonyms: flaw, imperfection, worst


Pastor Diego Mesa
Word of Faith
Mark 8:22-26 


You may not know how and may not know when, but God will do it again
  • God wants to do something in your life that he’s already done before
  • The first touch took you so far, but the second touch will make you see clearly
    • The second touch means God is not done with you yet
      • Jesus felt like one touch wasn’t enough
  • It’s not that the first touch didn’t work, God works in seasons and stages

The end of a thing is better than the beginning

Christians don’t have a Faith problem, they have a hope problem

  • Hope is the anchor for the soul and so is the mind
    • Don’t stop expecting miracles
    • You have to find Christ in brand new ways when in brand new situations
When fighting the enemy throw the rule book out the window
    • Fight with your mind, body, words, ideas, etc.
    • Build a team around you
Don’t look to your left or your right. Keep focus on the tasks at hand
  • Find God as “my personal ________”
    • Healer
    • Stronghold
    • Wisdom
    • Etc
People will let allow their condition to form a new personality
  • The enemy will influence you to feel sorry for yourself
  • Resist the devil and he will flee
    • Sometimes the devil has already left but things linger that make you think he’s present
      • Physical pain
      • Ideas
      • memories
The woman with the issue of blood
  • She knew within herself that she was healed,
  • she didn’t need a medical diagnosis to claim healing.

Word of the Day: clandestine

Pronunciation: [klan-DES-tin]

Definition(s): characterized by, done in, or executed with secrecy or concealment,especially for purposes of subversion or deception; private or surreptitious:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Brittany told her husband she was going on a business trip for the weekend, but instead planned a clandestine retreat to a hotel with her new man.

Synonyms: covert, hidden, concealed

Antonyms: honest, known, public

Word of the Day: chiliad

Pronunciation: [KIL-ee-ad]

Definition(s): a group of 1000.
2. a period of 1000 years.

Part of Speech: noun

Sentence: After one man was added to 999 men, the newly formed chiliad began to march down the street in formation.

Synonyms: millennium


Word of the Day: atrabilious

Pronunciation: [a-truhBIL -yuh s]

Definition(s):  gloomy; morose; melancholy; morbid.

2. irritable; bad-tempered; splenetic.

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Funerals have an atrabilious feel due to the sadness of losing a loved one.

Synonyms: crestfallen, despondent, spiritless, mopis, cheerless

Antonyms: cheerful, elated, heartened, joyous, spirited

Word of the Day: mellifluous

Pronunciation: [muhLIF-loo-uh s]

Definition(s): sweetly or smoothly flowing; sweet-sounding:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Harpist’s mellifluous string plucks generate music often heard at formal dinners.

Synonyms: fluid, pleasing, soothing, harmonious,

Antonyms: disagreeable, cacophonous, discordant, dissonant, harsh

Word of the Day: festinate

Pronunciation: [FES-tuh-neyt]

Definition(s): to hurry; hasten.

Part of Speech: verb

Sentence: The delayed couple had to festinate to catch the slow rolling train departing from the station.

Synonyms: hasten, hustle, quicken, scramble, zoom

Antonyms: delay, slow, procrastinate, wait

Word of the Day: laconic

Pronunciation: [luh-KON-ik]

Definition(s): using  few words; expressing much in few words; concise

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Laconic speakers often get their focal points across while maintaining one’s attention because they do not ramble.

Synonyms: brief, concise, crisp, succinct

Antonyms: long-winded, verbose, rambling

Word of the Day: opprobrious

Pronunciation: [uh-PHOH-bree-uh s]

Definition(s): outrageously disgraceful or shameful:

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: After being convicted of stealing from charity, John’s opprobrious behavior resulted in a 7 year prison sentence.

Synonyms: dishonorable, ignominious, deceitful, despicable, inglorious, scandalous

Antonyms: ethical, honorable, respectable, trustworthy