Monday, November 20, 2017
THE WORD ON THE STREET IS....
REPUTATION: a widespread belief that someone or something has a particular habit or characteristic.
TRUST: to put confidence in, swear by, to depend upon, to expect help from, to lean on, to be sure about, to put faith in.
It is so true that your name will go before you. People will know about you way before they even meet you. A person's reputation is made of from their name and their past actions (Track Record). I am learning to trust God based on his reputation. I'm building up my trust in God by
Friday, November 17, 2017
How is that attitude? That right, how is your attitude towards your husband? Are you serving your husband as if you are serving God. (Colossians 3:23) Serving starts in the home. Don't give away to others what you have not 1st given away at home. You are out of order, if...
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Not everything is for you and you still can do all things through Christ who strengthens you. My sheep hear my voice. Your time is precious. Don't waste it with these technological inventions. They have a purpose for me and that is to reach the unreachable. Spend time seeking me in my Word. Be cautious of...
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Stop Faking and Pre-Washing Yourself.
Was cleaning up and realized that I only did devotion, but I didn't spend time with God in prayer. During my prayer time God began to show me that I have a habit of doing this. Doing what? You might ask.... I try to clean up my own mess and then invite God in to help. God began to show me that he wants me to bring my mess to him 1st. He accepts me the way I am and I don't have to clean myself up for him to love me and want to help. In God's presence you can be broken and a mess so he can present you strong and confident before others. It should not be the other way around. Don't be broken, broke down , and disgusted before others and fake yourself strong before God. On that day I learned that God wants to get in my mess!
Saturday, January 28, 2017
I was minding my own business and doing my usual routine of playing chauffeur to hubby and the Hodge 5. Normally when I am out and about, I find myself running late to pick up hubby from the subway station. However, on this particular weeknight, my timing was impeccable until