Do you know what time it is?! 😄 It's #ThrowbackThursday! ~time when I go into my archives and dig up something still so relevant and fresh even though it was written years ago. So I scrolled down and I saw a post that is so in line with my "Fly Free Child" post. (Oh no,… Continue reading Second time’s the charm? 😊
. . .about believing. Jesus prayed for Peter in Luke 22 verse 32, that his faith will not fail. because imagine how disastrous it would be, that we fail in the day of adversity because our strength is weak. God forbid. I re-read a post I made here 2 years ago, and it strengthened… Continue reading Last minute miracles, and the likes. . .
Truly there's always always something to be thankful for (no matter how minor it seems!)- If you doubt that, take a moment of your time and honestly think back. Have you done that? Did you think of atleast one thing you feel privileged to be experiencing? Like the gift of sight to read this post.… Continue reading Thankful Thursday
I have learned to daily practice an attitude of thanksgiving. Some times inbetween conversations and activities I'd pause and say "Thank You Jesus". Sometimes when I feel extremely frustrated I pause and thank Him, because somehow I know everything's gonna be alright all because I have Him. Lately I've been feeling so hopeful, the joy… Continue reading I hear the abundance of rain 😄😊
Would you be found doing the work He has committed in your hands?
For my Monday Coffee this week, I’d like to share with you a post from another amazing writer, every post she makes is so profound. You should check her out!
Have a great read. ❤❤
My master was going on a long trip
he put me in charge before he left
He said to me; “give my children food at the proper time.”
Yes master. I said
When will you be back sir? I asked.
It is not for you to know… only do as I have instructed. And he left.
My master had many children!
How did he think me worthy to handle his household?
Days turned to months and months to many many years and my master had not returned!
Each time we communicated, he would ask; “how are my children?”
I remember some nights I would stay up waiting for his sons to be back home,
And days I would cater to any of them who was ill… I would not sleep until they recovered.
I always reminded them that their Father will soon be home.
I would read out his letters……
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If someone had asked me about 5/6 years ago what my greatest fear was, I’d readily answer “Growing old”. Lol yes! I was terribly scared of the thought of growing old. I knew I wanted to live long, but I didn’t want to think of myself in my “grays”, the thought just terrified me. That’s… Continue reading Overcoming My Greatest Fear
"Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again." I experienced something sad and pitiful in the early hours of this morning that inspired today's post. Social media ehn, hmmm. We really need to be careful to guard our eye and ear gates o. not everything… Continue reading What’s the price of Salvation?