Born To Do This – LBMF Podcast #2 (An Easter Inspiration)

Deep, deep, deep down within His Spirit, He knew that no matter how loudly He shouted and called on His Abba, He would not get any answer that night. He was here at this moment to fulfill purpose. He would not be saved from the task that lay in front in Him – His death on this heavy cross. He was born to do this. He was born to save.


In the same way, “You also were born to do this. You were born to take similar steps as recorded in Proverbs 31. You were made to have victory in every area of your life. You were designed for His highest glory. Generations from your womb are supposed to rise up and call you blessed.”

Proverbs 31:28 says, “Her children rise up and call her blessed; Her husband also, and he praises her.”

Born to do this

Image adapted from SD Dirk on Flickr (Creative Commons License)

LISTEN to the PODCAST for EPISODE #2 below

If indeed you are doing what you were born to do, you’ll be so surprised at how much passion you’ll put into it and how much joy it would eventually bring, and how much GRACE God will grant you to do what you were born to do.

Happy Easter everyone. As you celebrate Easter, I pray you remember these words, “I was born to do this.” Amen.

See you at the next one! XOXO.

Hell Hath No Fury as a Woman who Girds Herself in Strength | 3 Ways to Find Such Strength

“She girds herself with strength; and strengthens her arms.” – Proverbs 31:17

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Image source: Lyon Extra Race by Goproo3, Creative Commons License

The sticky mud and dirt rose as high as Lola’s knees, yet her eyes were set like a flint on the prize. There was no stopping her now. She was tougher than the dirt. Stronger than the slippery terrain. Stronger than her flesh desired.

And every rugged step she took in the forward motion brought to mind the naysayers — those who said she wouldn’t live to see this victory. Those who simply would not believe.

They said she would never walk again, but here she was running with the wind. They said she would be paralyzed, but here she was using those two feet. The road had not been easy (who was she trying to kid?), and it did take so many years to get here, too long in fact… but she did it anyway. She had beaten the odds of survival. Only a few more obstacles left now to get to the finish line. One. Two. Three. Four. Splash! Continue reading