Showing posts from 2018

Joy Comes In The Mourning

A few nights ago while praying for those who have recently lost loved ones, I found myself asking God to remind them that "weeping may endure for a night, but Joy comes in the morning". Before I could even finish uttering that sentence the Holy Spirit stopped me and whispered in my ear...

When God Makes You Wait

I've often heard people say that God answers our prayers in one of three ways: yes, no, or not yet. That either He grants us our hearts desire, blocks what we desire, or simply tells us to wait. Perhaps He chooses to answer with a "no" or "not yet" because what we desire may not be beneficial to us. Or maybe we're not mentally or physically prepared to receive what we're asking for just yet. There can be numerous reasons as to why God might cause us wait on something He knows we truly desire, but one thing we can be sure of is that there is purpose in the wait. The Bible tells us that no good thing will He withhold from those who walk uprightly (Psalm 84:11). So, although you may not see or understand the purpose behind it during, one day you will. And when that day comes you'll be thankful for the waiting period. There is purpose in the wait Have you ever showed up for a scheduled appointment and still had to wait? Or maybe while on the

Shoot Your Shot

Sooo I've personally adopted this new motto... "Shoot your shot all 2018!"              No I'm not just talking about sliding into someone's dm's...but if you hear that and immediately think of messaging someone you like in the hopes that they will respond accordingly then we're on the right track. . . . so stay with me here.

Find Joy In The Journey

Today while at a restaurant for lunch I spotted this picture hanging up on the wall. I stopped and gazed at it long enough to read what it said, then I quickly made a note of it in my phone for later...for right now.

Time Heals All Wounds

Everyday I look at this scar that has been etched into my body and I'm reminded of the pain. The pain I endured before it, the pain during it, and the pain after it. I still remember it all as if it just happened yesterday. And although simply seeing it brings back a flood of memories, one thing it (thankfully) does not do is cause me to physically experience that type of pain again. "Time heals all wounds"