Give it your all. Give it all you have got. Do not get sidetracked. Do not limit yourself. Do not allow yourself to be put in a “box” or put yourself in one! Allow yourself to expand. What was impossible before will become possible by His grace. Whatever He has called you to do, do… Continue reading Giving It Your All
As believers, we are called to impact others by our lifestyle and draw others to Christ. We need to stop and reflect regularly on the influence that we are having on the people around us. There is a popular saying out there that, “the only Bible that some people will ever read is you, the believer.”… Continue reading Seeking the Living God: “When Ignorance Is Not Bliss”.
Hosea was directed by God to marry an adulteress to show God’s love in pursuing his children, the people of Israel. I cannot begin to imagine the pain that comes with unfaithfulness, yet Hosea was obedient to God. Along with the trust that is broken comes anguish and deep pain. How does one recover from… Continue reading LOVING THE UNLOVABLE (Hosea 3)
In this blog, I will be sharing some insights which I have titled “The Book of Esther Unveiled”: Beauty and Brains. I have always been fascinated by Esther’s story because it appears to me that she had no choice in any of the situations in which she found herself. She found herself in captivity and … Continue reading Beauty and Brains: The Book Of Esther Unveiled
Be an uplifting voice to other women – lift her up! Build one another up – lift her up! Share yourself with one another – lift her up! Let us do away with our insecurities – lift her up! We have something to offer each other – lift her up! Offer it freely without restriction… Continue reading Lift Her Up!
Encouragement is such a balm to the human spirit. A kind word, even a smile, has the power to lift people up from out of the pit. It can be quite challenging when you love encouraging others yet barely receive any encouragement yourself. Somehow, there is the perception that “strong” people do not need encouragement.… Continue reading The Art of Encouragement: The Day My Cup Run Over
Psalm 103 is a very popular psalm in the bible. I have read it countless times, but this time around, I decided to slow down and pay more mind. My focus in this blog is going to be on verses one to five. I hope that you will be blessed by some of the insights… Continue reading Bless the Lord, O My Soul – Psalm 103 At Its Finest Hour!
I am going to share some new insights that I got recently from Psalm 127:1-2. In my mind, we tend to become overly familiar with bible verses at times. Other times, we get it as in the holy spirit opening our eyes; lights flashing; the light bulb goes on literally. So here is what Psalm… Continue reading How to Build A Home–Psalm 127:1-2
The church at Philippi was the first church Paul founded in Macedonia. My favorite chapter in the Book of Philippians is Chapter 4. This chapter has so many nuggets that speak so much to my heart. I am going to attempt do a short overview and share some of my thoughts with you. Philippians… Continue reading Powerful Nuggets – Philippians 4
Naomi and Her Family Journey to a Distant Land I was reading Ruth Chapter One just the other day. This passage gave me a lot to reflect on. It so happened that Elimelek, his wife Naomi, and their two sons, Mahlon and Kilion went to stay in the country of Moab for a while as… Continue reading The Outsider: Ruth’s Story
Taking Stock Another year has ended. A new one has just begun. You have probably taken stock of what worked or did not work for you in 2018. What are you prepared to do about it? It is always helpful to be very candid with yourself when answering these questions. Were you able to accomplish… Continue reading Reflecting On The Year That Was
What are you, really? What makes you tick? What do you stand for? These questions may seem strange but have you given them much thought? It is important to be honest with ourselves, own ourselves, flaws and all. Speaking of flaws, perchance, might you find yourself in any of the following groups of people: “I… Continue reading Woman, Know Thyself