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Juli Camarin

julifeaturedI’m passionate about Jesus, His Word, living in His grace, using technology and creating beautiful things. But mostly my passion is about spreading the gospel of Jesus to a world that needs Him.

I live with my husband in Iowa, working as graphic & web designer. My specialties are content creation, internet marketing, search optimization & social media. I basically play all day long! In my free time I enjoy creating art & beautiful things. I like to think so I run; because it’s the physical process of clearing my head in order to process what I’ve read, heard or had conversations about during the day. I enjoy capturing memories with my camera. I love to learn, study and share what I am learning. I'm addicted to coffee and I enjoy people. Writing and explaining scripture on this blog is my passion and this is what wakes me up before dawn every day.

I have always had a heart for writing, I remember writing stories and plays as a young child and then performing them for friends and family. Although I never took formal writing classes in college while I was pursuing my graphic arts degree, I always wrote for myself.

After serving in a church on their teaching team for over five years, I felt a calling to start writing, using the internet as the platform to do this. The truth of the scriptures started burning on the inside and I had a desire to share it with others. A teacher at heart, my passion is to teach the word of God as it comes alive in my own heart trusting that it will also come alive to my readers.

When I started this blog I was working my way through the book of Romans, so it was natural that this was what I wrote about. Romans kept changing me the deeper I understood it and now several years later it continues to bless and encourage the people who come to this site looking for answers.

When I finished writing through Romans, I took some time off until my faithful readers started asking me to start writing again. This time I choose the book of Hebrews and spent the next two year studying, writing and working my way through this wonderful letter. I recently finished writing through the book of Colossians in the summer of 2014.Now writing on scripture is a part of my life. I know this is my calling and what I will continue to do as long as I am able. Join me as I write through the book of Ephesians.

I will continue to work knowing that the job & industry I am in is a training ground for future of this blog. I do enjoy financial support from blessed readers and encourage it, because I know that the future of this blog will be financing Kingdom work throughout the world. [Read about the ministries this blog supports].

Thank you for visiting my site and checking out a little more about me. I find great joy in this verse from Zephaniah and hope that as you read through this site, revelation of what this verse says will enlighten your heart, through Jesus!

"The LORD your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing" (Zephaniah 3:17).

Thank you for visiting my site, may God Bless you richly as you seek Him. Please contact me with your thoughts, questions or share your story...

Juli A. Camarin

Comments from Readers:

"I have been on your blog and think it's beautiful and think your writing is very Spirit-inspired" ~ Wayne


“Love it Juli! I love waking up to your blog! So blessed by the gift the Lord has given you. So thankful we can have life and bear good fruit because of His son” ~ Cindy


“Juli, I have read your mission statements and thank God for it! I am a 65 year old man, married for 44 years, father of 2 sons and a daughter and grandfather of 7 young ones. In my search this morning for answers to Paul's Romans 7 struggle I happened on your website and began reading. That was several hours ago. I have bookmarked the blog and will continue to explore it. I am lifted up by what I have read and for that I thank our Heavenly Father. Thanks” ~ Russ


“Thank you for your inspiring explanation, revelation, of the Sabbath rest in Christ. My study bible comments;- our Sabbath rest in Christ begins when we trust Him to complete his good and perfect work in us. You have expanded on this and given me a fuller and joyful understanding.” ~ Maggie


“Wow!! Thank you Julie, you are articulating the revelation Holy Spirit gave me proof that ours is not a God of confusion” ~ Gail

“A loud Amen and Hallelujah!!!” ~ Ruth


“This scripture really inspired me to dig more into the word of God. His promises are enormous, I believe. And it could be quite easy to abide by this. Lots of distractions are keeping me from this precious and simple practices. Please pray that He that has started opening my eyes will perfect it in Jesus name. Amen” ~ Asuquo


“This is wonderful. Satan no longer has power over my life because he was disgraced, put to shame, disarmed, was made a public spectacle... Thank you JESUS” ~ Stephanie


“Great post Juli... Been Blessed” ~ Isaac


“Thank you for sharing the Word og God with us. I have been blessed by your lessons, God has set me aside to teach his Word, by I don't feel qualified. I will continue to study your lessons.This was right on time because I have to teach a lesson in Children's church this Sunday.” ~ Chankisa


“Thanks for sharing your story. So many people are not willing to be open and listen to what Holy Spirit is communicating to them. "He told me to celebrate his death and not be sorry and grieve." Awesome.” ~ Philip