Life’s Plans

A man’s heart plans his way, But the Lord directs his steps (Proverbs 16:9, NKJV).

Humility

God values humility over pride and earthly success. That is why sometimes God makes Us wait before revealing his plans for US. In the waiting is where he grows us in humility. When things don’t work out perfectly, Our pride is dismantled and we learn the most VALUABLE LESSONS. God is more concerned with havingContinue reading “Humility”

Lift your feet, Get out of your own way… Let go and let GOD

… The word of GOD is alive today and just as relevant as it was for the trillions of original readers. Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control–these attributes are waiting for YOU if you dive in and seek it out. 🙏

Seeing the GOOD

Are you a glass-half-full person, or do you live your life looking for the next tragedy to strike? It can be easy to dismiss the good we see in our lives because we’re too busy being on the lookout for the negative. God wants us to be obedient to him and sometimes his blessings areContinue reading “Seeing the GOOD”

Can you say you honestly LIVE by FAITH?

Can you think of a time when you honestly couldn’t see where you were headed? Call out to him. Let his voice guide you home. In my distress I cried out to the LORD; yes, I Prayed to my God for help. He led me to a place of safety; he rescued me because heContinue reading “Can you say you honestly LIVE by FAITH?”

Reach Out

There is a reason we are created the way we are. God is not naive about women. There is no boundary for us to be in relation with one another. Instead some of us make assumptions about others and jump to conclusions, love, be trustworthy, reach out, be gracious in your heart toward each other.Continue reading “Reach Out”

Open to OUR Spiritual Power

Our spiritual power is enhanced with each blessing we give. And as our spiritual power is enhanced, life’s trials are fewer. Our struggle to accept situations, conditions, and other people, or our struggle to control them, lessens every day that we recognize and revere one another’s individualistic existence.

Choosing Compassion

God loves his children regardless of their sin, their past, and their failings. We aren’t dealt with as we deserve; rather, according to his great love for us. Can we say the same about how we treat those around us? Are we compassionate, slow to anger, and fill off love? Or are we offended, impatient,Continue reading “Choosing Compassion”