On the Fourth day Of Christmas God gave to me the desire to have a heart that is steadfast on Him. What does that look like exactly? The Greek meaning for the word steadfast is (Hedraios)- a seat or base…(Figuratively). Firm, … Continue reading →
On the third day of Christmas God captivated my heart. How I wish you were there. I climbed the tallest mountain today, carefully stepping as I ascended straight up to the heavens. The grooves in the mountain looked as … Continue reading →
On the Second day of Christmas My Savior gave to me, a scarlet ribbon to wrap around my heart. Your life is a story. Everyday you awake to write it in great details. It’s a legacy woven together by minutes, … Continue reading →
On the first day of Christmas my Redeemer gave to me, the hope to heal my wounded heart. He offers that to you as well. Perhaps the hurt you have endured in this life has left you feeling hallow. You … Continue reading →
Hi everyone, It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. Time has gone by quickly. I had the opportunity to go back home for a couple of weeks. I enjoyed the warm weather and sweet fellowship with friends and … Continue reading →
For the past few weeks, I’ve been writing on some weighty issues.
Sometimes part of healing is about finding your voice, believing God will come for you in your darkest moments. As well as trusting God to turn the evil that has happened to you, into good.
Healing can seem scary to some people. The thought of bringing up the past can feel paralyzing. You might be concerned about bringing things to the light; the heaviness can feel like a dam ready to burst.