Let's face it. A lot of us have become prisoners to the age factor (obstacle number two, the second source of my anxiety). Refer to: THE ISSUE WITH TIME for obstacle number one. I used to have my whole life mapped out-- what I was going to do and accomplish by a certain age. None … Continue reading THE AGE FACTOR
The other day I stopped mid-thought and asked God for peace. As I began to look back on my life, I realize that my thoughts have been nothing but worry. I've always been consumed with fear and anxiety, even as a little girl. By little, I mean since I was an adolescent. I can … Continue reading IN PURSUIT OF PEACE
"A heart at peace gives life to the body, but envy rots the bones." Proverbs 14:30The other day I talked about comparisons and why we feel the need to weigh ourselves by other people. We judge ourselves according to where we fall on the scale in comparison to those who have what we want and … Continue reading WHY THEM, NOT ME?
Before we can even begin to fight the adversity and opposition that is ready to stand against us, we must first fight a bigger battle that comes from within. The battle we must fight is our own self-image. We place blame on others for our failures and shortcomings but if we took a deeper look at where the problem lies, we would realize that it is in the way that we see ourselves.
"Write the vision and make it plain," is what they say. And while they're all yelling and eagerly professing, I wonder if they know who's vision they are writing and why there's a need to make it plain. I don't know much about Habbakuk besides the introduction of the book that I read in the … Continue reading Thoughts on Vision and Why We Are All So Confused
Gifts and purpose are somehow always a topic of conversation no matter where you go and no matter who you are speaking with at the time. Purpose. We all wonder about purpose. Our purpose and why it is we were put here on this Earth. It's not uncommon. And some of us wrestle back and … Continue reading Thoughts on Gifts and Purpose