It’s June 1st, everyone. The sixth month of the year! How amazing! Yes, we made it. Today is the perfect day to unveil a very important principle; something we should all have in our back-pockets as we go along on this journey.
I was praying this morning when I began to proclaim what I call “positive affirmations” over my life and my family’s. As I uttered words filled with power, I began to feel a big fire burn within my heart, and I just knew instantly that it was God Himself confirming the words I was proclaiming into existence.
The fire burning in my heart seemed to be coming from somewhere deep down in my soul; a very unusual, deep-rooted and unquenchable fire. As I continued to speak, I knew there was no lesser force on earth that could ever extinguish it. Continue reading
Choices, choices, choices. Choosing is a part of daily life. Should we choose life or death? Laughter or sadness? Joy or sorrow? Beauty or ashes? Worry or rest? The choices are endless.
On the last podcast, we talked about “Finding Your Place of Rest” and how God’s original intention was that we should live in rest.
Today’s short podcast is about “How to Operate from Rest.” With the noise of social media and influences from a lot of sources, it’s sometimes challenging to find this rest that God desires for us.
With the rise of social media, the lives of people have become more transparent in the public eye.
How many times do we covet what another woman has? With the click of an app, you can easily see what the next person is saying, wearing, or doing. It’s great until it begins to break into a woman’s haven of “rest.”
Today, I want to introduce the idea that you are blessed in your own “place of rest,” but you have to find it, and you have to know that you have rest through Jesus.
The problem is that some of us can’t see past the fog and cloudiness. Be careful what your eyes see because they are the lamp to the soul. Click below to listen to this podcast on “Finding Your Place of Rest.” Hope you are blessed by it.
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.”
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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.