As I read Psalm 25 this morning I was reminded of how important it is to keep my hope, promise and focus set firmly on the Lord. This gains even greater necessity when we find ourselves under attack, pressure, anxiety, worry, fear... Kind David wrote this Psalm. One theologian, Barnes, stated that the Psalm shows: … Continue reading Psalm 25 – Protection, Guidance and Pardon
This is an incredible message by Bishop TD Jakes that will encourage you to keep pushing on and not allow the negative/sad/disastrous... life experiences to date, tell you you are disqualified from God promises over your life - The Devil is a liar! May you be blessed by this message and encouraged to push on. … Continue reading Don’t let the chatter stop you – Bishop TD Jakes
I shared the following scripture with my children having just prayed for the wisdom of God and building of their relationship with God as they go through life and in making choices. I felt led to share this short message and pray that it helps someone... "My most heartfelt prayer for you my children is … Continue reading The right type of fear
What has God spoken over your life? Have you given up on it because it didn't seem to be coming? Learn from the words of the prophet Habakkuk. Though it tarries (delays) it shall come to pass. Let's not forget that Daniel's prayers were answered as soon as he had prayed, but satan via the … Continue reading Delay is not refusal
As I have been reading through Job's calamitous life experience, pondered upon Abraham's horrific test of obedience (offer up Isaac as a sacrifice), Esther's walk into the throne room of certain death (as she knew it at the time) and countless other examples that we read of in the word of God, this scripture flooded … Continue reading Building projects.
Before I share what is on my heart, I want to point out two things that the blog is not about. The blog is not: a) Some type of Cathartic pursuit that somehow helps me to feel better about myself and equally not, b) an expression of narcissistic tendencies. The aim of these writings is … Continue reading Sifted like Wheat
So it's been a tough couple of month's and as this blog has always had one fundamental aim at heart - 'to be real and honest' - as a means of encouraging others, I share my own battle. Following the death of someone very close to me, all types of negative situations have sprung up … Continue reading Am I a Fair-weather Believer?