Many people shy away from having a close relationship with God. They believe the relationship is too hard, comes with many rules, or that it can't be maintained. But, after trial and error, I have found that this isn't the truth at all. The Only Relationship For The weak At Heart We live in a … Continue reading 1 Simple Rule to Maintain a Close Relationship With God
To my surprise (because time is literally flying) my hubby and I are coming up on our 2 year wedding anniversary! Just as I wrote a blog on 6 things I learned within our first year of marriage, and had so much fun while doing so, I decided to start a trend! 😉 A lot … Continue reading Our Story: From Pregnant After 3 Months to Happily Married
I’ve been on a “serious” walk with Jesus for a little over a year now. I say “serious” because there were several times when I tried my hardest (or maybe not) to wake up in the morning before anyone else, spend time with Jesus, and read the Word. Apparently, those times never stuck in the past. Fortunately, things finally began to turn around for me once I implemented the tips that I will be discussing with you down below.
Things were dark and gray for so long that I resultantly accepted that this was my new way of living. Boy was I so blind.
God has made it very clear to me that people are at war with themselves internally. Internally, they are sick with fear, sadness, hopelessness, depression, hatred, and hurt.
We live in a world where most people are only concerned with how they look on the outside. They buy the most expensive clothing, make sure their make-up is always “slayed” and “on point”, and crave for their outward appearance to be acceptable to the human eye. That is all fine and dandy because I … Continue reading How Clean is Your Cup?
I wish weight loss was never the goal when I started my journey in 2015. Of course, I wanted to feel good overall but my main goal was to look good and have more confidence. You may beg to differ, but in my eyes, that is the same thing as weight loss. In fact, I wish I would have started this journey with one goal
Many times on Easter Sunday, I would go to church and be thankful, but often wondered what I was missing as I witnessed other people genuinely crying and expressing their deep gratitude. I wanted to understand everything they did and experience the things they felt. So as silly as it may sound, I asked God to reveal it to me.
As I listened to praise and worship music, I heard Him say “I need to talk to you.” A couple of seconds later, I turned off the music. After what seemed like a while, I then heard Him say “You are my servant.”