Sometimes you have to let your heart see what your eyes miss.
When you watch a movie that hits you hard, you can’t help but think about what it means to you.
What foundation have you built your life upon? If it’s the wrong one, a small storm can send your entire life into disarray.
Reflections on the Bible story about the widow’s oil (2 Kong’s 4:1-7) as seen through the sons’ point of view.
Let’s explore how letting go of expectations and learning to BE can actually bring you to a place where you love life and serve your true purpose.
We’ve made it to the second quarter. It’s time to discuss some real things and make some changes to ensure we get where we want to get. As we start, let’s jump into some reasons this month is so special to me. *Trigger warning*
Throwback: Blind faith means we are willing to accept that God loves us and will provide for us. It means we are willing to believe He will always provide a way. It does not mean we give up resources that can help us because we believe God is doing to come down on a white horse and whisk us away from our problems.
I still remember the day my daughter asked if we could go out to the store because she was “dressed up and ready for the world”. She was covered in paint from a recent art project and thought the colors were so beautiful that she wanted everyone to see them. This struck a chord with me because my grown up mind was automatically telling her we could NEVER go out in public with such a mess on our being. But she didn’t see her appearance for its messiness but for its beauty.
Sometimes it takes wandering off the path to find your true purpose and self. The important thing is that you do, as without knowing who you are and what you stand for, you will never end up where you belong.
Seeing where you are and what’s around you can help adjust your mindset to all of the opportunity that is directly within reach.
When seasons shift, you begin to feel a transition within your spirit. You look at things differently and feel differently. This post will focus on a positive change, an upleveling or advancement in life. Happy March!
Sermon series from Steven Furtick that talks about the behind the scenes stuff you maybe didn’t know about the Psalms.
One of my favorite sermons from Steven Furtick. This one talks about how we respond to opportunity and live according to standards.
To truly grow and move forward, you have to allow yourself to move on from the past. This is about letting go of who you once were to become all you want to be.
When you’ve released, you need to take time to enjoy the freedom of the moment. Breathe in deep and take in the view. Then step forward. Don’t get overwhelmed. Enjoy the moment and gift you’ve given yourself!