Got Passion?

Below you will find 15 Questions to Ask Yourself that will help you discover your true passions.

If you’re lucky, you’ve already discovered many of your passions and get to spend much of your time enjoying things that bring you excitement and joy. However, maybe you’ve not yet connected with activities, skills, and interests that ignite your passion.

It takes time, soul-searching, and some life experience to identify your true passions. These prompts are written to tap into your wants, needs, desires, and fantasies. Have fun with them and discover what you can add to your life that will fill it with delight.

  1. What’s the one thing I’ve always wanted to do? Consider what would need to happen in order for you to carry through with this long-sought wish. Make a plan and get started.
  2. If I could spend today doing whatever I desire, what woul
    d it be?
    Let your mind go. It could be something related to your work, your home, or simply a lark.
  3. Where do I really want to live? What city and what type of residence? Perhaps you’re already fulfilling this passion and you do live in your true first choice. If not, ponder the possibilities of moving to a place you’ll love.
  4. Where would I like to visit? Perhaps you’re harboring a secret yearning to visit Washington, D.C. or Westminster Abbey in London. The streets of Hong Kong may be calling your name or even the Grand Canyon. Can you make it happen?
  5. What do I talk about doing but never do it? In a conversation, you might state something like, “For the last 10 years, I’ve really wanted to take a cruise to the Caribbean.”
  6. What are the reasons I don’t go after my dreams? Explore within yourself whyyou haven’t pursued the life you want. Can you do something differently to help bring your dreams to life?
  7. How will I finish the sentence, “More than anything, before I die, I want to ___________?” Say it out loud and fill in the blank. Then, figure out a way to accomplish your wish.
  8. What are the things in my life that I would like to get rid of? If you’re discovering you don’t love everything about your life, maybe it’s time to do some “housecleaning.” Make a list of the ways you’d like your life to change.
  9. Which people in my life inspire me and why? It’s important to know who inspires you so you can spend more time with them. What is it about them that lights you up so much? Decide to take every step to be inspired more often.
  10. If I were to make just one radical change in my life right now to make life better, what would it be? Your answer to this question will really open up your possibilities. Moving to a bigger city might really spice up your life. Getting more education might be a goal—plus you’ll likely make more money.
    1. You’ll be happier if you chase your dreams. Make 1 change.
  11. How do I feel when I put all my effort into accomplishing one of my goals? Notice these feelings. You’ll no doubt want to experience them more often.
  12. How do I feel whenever I achieve a life goal? Awesome, probably.
  13. What’s missing from my life? Answering this question requires considerable soul-searching.
  14. Who are my biggest supporters? It’s wise to know the people that will stand behind you and help you pursue your passions, no matter what.
  15. Who gets in the way of me achieving my goals? In order to find your true passions, you might be required to disengage from those who wish to counteract your efforts.

If you take the time to thoroughly ponder each of these questions, you’ll be pleased with what you discover. Your true passions are inside you, just waiting to be let loose to bring you excitement, joy, fulfillment and purpose.

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Why Are YOU Angry?

Why Are You Angry?

A couple of months back I found myself in a state of just being angry. I was angry at the current state of the world, the country, wanting to do more but yet my hands seemed to be tied. I was angry at my own life. I wanted all my goals and dreams to be thriving and impacting the lives of millions in a big way. I was angry at the church as a whole, yeah! I admit it. I was just angry.

One day I admitted to a group of ladies as we were on our prayer walk what I was feeling. Later down the road I had to ask myself, why are you so angry? I had to take an inventory of my life and how I was relating to my family, friends, and co-workers. I suggest you do the same, if you find yourself in the anger zone.

What do you see – a kind, patient, caring person who goes out of his/her way to take other people’s feelings into consideration? Or do you find that you often feel on edge, tense, in a hurry, or downright angry toward others? Are you mean and full of bitterness, strife and conflict looming all around you?

Well if the latter is the case, this article will help you focus on and clarify what you might be angry about. Once you identify what’s making you mad, you can proceed to a solution.

Consider these possible reasons for carrying around your anger:

  1. You wish your life situation was different. Are you living the life you truly want to live? Have things turned out for you the way you always hoped or planned? Or are the specifics of your life astoundingly different and maybe even disappointing from what you want your life to truly be?
  • Make a plan today to change one thing that is important to you. Follow your plan. Then repeat, for just one thing at a time.
  1. You’re in an unhappy relationship. For whatever the reasons, the two of you aren’t relating very well. Perhaps you argue frequently or you don’t prefer the same things. You might have even “checked out” of the relationship emotionally. You’re not quite sure how to change things so you simply get angry.
  • Allowing yourself to honestly confront the truth will lead you to the life you seek.
  1. You struggle to resolve an issue from your youth. You find yourself often thinking of your dysfunctional family or how growing up the way you did seems to mark every day of your life. Why did your father have to be an alcoholic? How did your brother think it was okay to pick on you all those years?
  • Unresolved family-of-origin issues often trigger angry feelings. As you encourage yourself to face such issues, you’ll be motivated to reach your own resolutions for a happier life.

 

  1. You want to earn a college degree. When you were in high school, it was your biggest dream that you’d go to college and become a teacher. But life happened and you didn’t do it. It nags at you. You always thought you’d do it but here you are, 10 years after high school graduation, and you don’t have a college diploma.
  • And you’re upset with yourself that you’ve not made more of an effort to achieve your dream. It’s okay to dream and to even pursue what you want 10 years later. Realizing such issues will logically help you figure out what to do about them.
  1. You’re disgusted about your lack of taking care of yourself. You used to work out and keep your abs in shape. But now, you wear floppy, too-big t-shirts to hide how out-of-shape you are. You grab a fast-food meal on the way home from work and crash out on the sofa when you get home.
  • Admitting to yourself what’s going on will ignite your self-confidence to improve your personal habits.
  1. You’ve become a person you don’t know anymore. Your life is on a path that you’re unhappy with, yet you’re confused about how to change it. You care less and less about how you treat others, even those you love. You’re getting angrier every day.
  • Recognize that you have the power to make any change you want.
  1. You or someone close to you suffered a trauma. Whenever a trauma occurs, the person’s feelings are initially panic, fear, and maybe horror. When the traumatic event ends, confusing and troubling feelings remain.
  • You might think, “Why did it have to happen?” It’s difficult to accept that such a troubling event could occur. But it did. It makes you feel angry at the world. One choice to move forward is to seek professional help.

 If you find yourself feeling annoyed, frustrated, and angry frequently, it’s probably time to reflect on what’s really going on with you. Determining why you’re angry can be very helpful in knowing what to do to decrease your troublesome feelings.

Working through your anger will free you from your unhappiness.

I hope this blog blesses you and you’re able to identify some areas you need to focus on to get you back to being your authentic happy, kind, loving self.

His Love and Mine

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From Fear to Freedom

Every successful person has had to deal with fear. The biggest difference between someone that is wildly successful and someone that is not is the courage to take significant action over and over again to combat the fear that rears its ugly head from time to time.

No matter how many times these individuals have fallen, or second guess themselves, they tend to get up and continue to pursue their freedom to be their authentic self.

In my journey I have discovered that the best way to conquer your fears is to rely on the Creator.  In my younger days, I allowed fear to dictate my moves. Sometimes it wasn’t necessarily my fears but the fears of others that I would eventually take on. Sometimes I was ready to grab the bull by the horn and go for it. But people around me, circumstances would dictate fear and I would cower and go back into my cave.

Now I take each day as it comes, knowing I have the support of a loving Creator to take me through any situation I may face. The Great Spirit is with me every step of the way, no matter if I am fearing the unknown, worried about my circumstances, or even doubting my own abilities or wondering if true love will every knock on my door (singles).

I have learned to count on Divine guidance for comfort and the strength to move forward.

I recognize that some circumstances can cause me to be afraid because the outcome is unpredictable. And if I let it, it can paralyze me for life. Leaving me stuck and years passing by quickly without any movement and feeling trapped. But I lean on God for the courage to confront my fears.

2 Timothy 2:7 reads, For God has not given me the spirit of fear but of POWER, AND LOVE AND A SOUND MIND.

Fear didn’t come from the Creator but with divine power and love and having a peace of mind, I can conquer it.

I admit I get butterflies when I am about to embark on something new. I know how much I want to do a good job, yet I sometimes doubt my ability to do so. When this happens, I ask The Lord to be the bravery and valor I need to approach it with confidence.

When my heart is racing, I quiet my anxiety, fear, and nervousness by relying on the Creator for peace. I know I am in the care of capable hands.

Today, I am convinced that I am guided and protected. I remind myself that there is nothing to fear. I shatter the negative feelings that come with scary situations by calling on Divine help in times of trouble. (Psalms 46:1-11NKJV)

These steps will enable you take that significant action, repeatedly:

  1. Simply decide to live in freedom. Most people never really decide to do or accomplish anything significant; at best they ‘kinda sorta try it out.’ However, once you’ve truly decided to go for your dreams, there is no other option – and no room for fear or doubt – in your mind. In fact, the word ‘decide’ means to cut yourself off from any other possibility. Remember there are 365 verses that the Creator says, FEAR NOT. That’s vitamin F daily for life (Faith and Freedom) 
  1. Embrace risk. Chase after your fears and show them who is boss. Make the tough presentation or phone call. Ask for whatever it is that you want. A big part of being successful is doing things that other people are too afraid to do. WRITE THE BOOK, OR REWRITE THE BOOK 😉
  2. Prepare yourself. Many of our stresses, challenges, and concerns are things that we anticipated. Take the time to find solutions and put them into place before you need them. When you can see a challenge that is likely to come up, simply prepare for it instead of worrying about it. 
  3. Go with the flow. If you don’t live in the past or future, life is much less stressful. Let go of your resistance to the present moment and see what happens. The past is gone but how you move and operate today has a direct effect on your future. Flow with it. 😉
  4. Focus on the good outcomes. Most people look for the worst and expect it to happen. Expect the best and it’s much easier to take action. Sure, some undesirable things will likely happen along the way, but they’ll be like mosquitoes that need to be shooed away. That’s much better than the brick wall that you might otherwise perceive.
  5. Learn to relax. When you feel stress and anxiety coming on, a few slow, deep breaths can make a huge difference. To a large extent, our psychology follows our physiology; breathing is the only part of our physiology that we can really control. Use that control to your advantage.
  6. Fully engage in your life and get away from the news. The news is so negative. Instead, find something interesting to do with your time. If you’re conquering less stressful things all day long, the more stressful things don’t seem so bad anymore. Join the gym, go hiking, or go skydiving. It will make your life more interesting, too.
  7. Realize that you are enough. Let me say that again. REALIZE THAT YOU ARE ENOUGH!!! Even if you have things to learn and skills that need to be honed, that doesn’t mean that you’re incapable of the task at hand. Plan to acquire the resources you need, but do everything you can with the resources you have now.
  8. Start small. Make a list of everything that you need to do but can’t seem to follow through on. Put them in order from least scary to most. Now decide to do the item at the top of the list. When that’s done, do the next. Only focus on the current item at the top of the list.

The only way to conquer your fears is to do the things that frighten you. Show yourself that you can do those things successfully. Follow the suggestions above and start your journey from fear to freedom today!

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. Do I sometimes let fear get the better of me? Why?
  2. What do I teach my children or people I influence to help lessen their fears?
  3. How do I react when I am surprised by an unwanted challenge?

My prayer for you

Dear Lord God, I pray for my sister and brother reading this blog. Lord you created them to walk in freedom. Walk along side of them and eradicate fear in every aspect of their lives. We take to heart when you said in Isaiah 41:10 (NIV): Do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. We thank you for your strength and righteousness and we will keep before us, that we have nothing to fear and to walk in the complete freedom of Christ Jesus. Amen!

His Love and Mine

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Be The Best You, You Can Be

Be The Best You, You Can Be

There are likely times when you’re unhappy with who you are, what you’ve attained in life, or which path you’re taking. That’s because you’re human. Those feelings affect all of us from time to time. Sure, there will be days when your best doesn’t seem good enough to you, but what if your best is really just fine? This is something I wrestled with for a very long time.

Coming to terms with your true self can help you acknowledge the unique person you really are. Your various characteristics were combine to make something totally special. Psalms 119:14 says, I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.

You are a masterpiece created by our Heavenly Father, No one else has your individual talents. No one else could ever take your unique place in this world.

Accepting yourself for who you truly are can also boost your confidence and help you take advantage of your natural skills for your own benefit and for the benefit of others.

Here are some things for you to try that will help you achieve contentment with the skin you’re in:

  1. Know that you are special. It’s important that you look at the person you are as a beautiful creation. Many people struggle with this thinking because they think it’s vain, but the reality You weren’t made this way by mistake. You were specifically created distinctly for a purpose. Your beliefs, likes, and dislikes are all part of a magnificent design.
  2. Look at the bright side. Often times, you probably feel that someone else’s situation is better than yours because they have more, seem to be happier, or appear better off than you. But if you take a moment to look at the circumstances of others who are “less blessed” than you are, you’ll realize that there is actually a bright side to your life.
  • Do you know anyone who couldn’t find work for so long that they’ve given up on it?
  • Is there anyone around you who’s suffering the pain of losing a loved one?
  • When was the last time you noticed how many homeless people live under the freeway?

Don’t get me wrong, you should never look down upon individuals who find themselves in these situation, but you should be “grateful” for who you are; And if you were honest, things look pretty good from where you are sitting.

  1. Consider your actions. Throughout your life, you’ve probably achieved lots of things, both personally and professionally. Whether you accomplished a stronger bond with your parents, or completion of a project that won your workplace a new contract, those things all took place while you were in the skin you’re in today.
  • Remember that the person who has those accomplishments is the true you – you did it with your own strength, abilities and sensibilities.
  • You’re a winner in your own right by merit of what you’ve accomplished, and no one can take those victories away from you.
  1. Avoid underestimating yourself. This is huge!!! One important factor that may be causing you to feel less than happy with who you are and where you are in life is the fact that you may be underestimating yourself. It’s possible that you don’t have what you want because you haven’t really tried to get it!
  • Instead of wishing you had what somebody else has, why not put some thought into how you can achieve it for yourself? Make a detailed plan of action to get what you want.
  • Stop and consider that there’s really nothing separating you from your goals because you have what it takes to work towards it.

You were uniquely created with the talents and skills to have a fulfilling life. However, remember that what you put in is also what you get out. Make the life for yourself that only you can design and achieve!

Blessings on your journey,

Lorinda

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She Believed

She Believed 

A couple was walking through the mall and ran into a very unique jewelry shop. The jewelry was beyond beautiful. It was ornate with an old-world richness and elegance.

As the two exchanged glances they went in. They admired all the jewelry in the cases. The gentleman was captivated by the amazing watch collection and the female, diamond rings, bracelets, etc.

The jeweler (with a smile)  asked the lady, can I help you with anything?

She politely said, no, just looking.

At this point her companion was standing next to her as she gazed at the diamond rings and her left ring finger.

The man asked, If I could get you any ring, what would you choose?

She said, from here? Or, can we design something just made for us?

He said, design it.

The jeweler at this point was very interested in what the woman would say and chimed in and said, Yes, what would you like?

The woman with sparkles in her eyes, said, I would want a Trillion cut diamond about 1.5 to 2.0 carats surrounded by baguettes that are diamonds and emeralds (the emeralds reflected their birth month), set in the finest of platinum.

The jeweler said, I suppose you want the best of the best, top of the line.

Of course and the clarity she said, almost breathless with dreamy eyes.

As she was telling the details the jeweler was writing things down and then looked at the gentleman and said,

This lady has exquisite taste. She knows what she wants and communicated it very well. And that smile, WOW! Her smile matches the radiance of these diamonds.

They all chuckled. The man and woman knew he was just pouring it on thick perhaps trying to make a sale, but they appreciated his compliment. He continued speaking and said, A ring like that is going to cost you anywhere from $20K-$25K.

The man, gasped and said in a deep, loud voice,

Are you kidding me? Who do you think I am, that I would buy you a ring worth that much money? The jeweler, now with a serious look on his face chimed in before the woman could say anything.

Sir, many men wish to have a woman like her at their side. She knows what she wants, communicates it and she values quality and something that will be passed down from generations to generations. This is not a fly by night ring, this is an heirloom. Not to mention, it tells me that she believes so much in you, that she believes one day you will be able to get her a ring like that. That is a woman who has a lot of FAITH in her man and his abilities.

The woman at this point put her head down. She was not trying to make him feel inadequate or less than. She knew what he had in his pockets. She followed his direction in answering the question he posed to her.

After the man heard what the jewelry said, he said thank you sir for your time and they walked out. The ride home was silent and both were doing some serious thinking about the jewelry shop visit.

Upon arriving at home, the man said to her,

Do you really believe that one day I would be able to purchase jewelry of such value, so you can wear it on your finger, wrist, neck and ears. Really? His tone was smug and a little irritated. She looked him square in the eye and said YES, that’s how much I BELIEVE IN YOU but clearly you don’t believe in you.

  • Was she being over the top with what she designed?
  • Did she really want a ring that cost that much on her finger?
  • Was the jeweler out of line for pointing out the value of having a woman like that in his life?
  • Why was it so hard for the man to see that it wasn’t the diamond that was of great value but it was how she seen him?
  • Why was it so hard for him to believe in himself?

True Story, ask me how I know? I’m the Woman…

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BE A CONTENDER

 

Be A Contender… Jude 1:3

Interesting quote: Before you can be a Champion You MUST BE a CONTENDER.

POST FIGHT, I WAS THINKING ABOUT WHAT IT MEANT TO BE A CONTENDER and HOW DOES ONE NEED TO FAIR IN ORDER TO GET IN THE RING WITH THE CHAMPION “Floyd Mayweather”? I ALSO STARTED THINKING OF THE SCRIPTURE THAT SAYS’S, Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

Who can BE a contender? (YOU)

Why are WE contending? (OPPOSITION)

What are WE contending for? (FAITH IN CHRIST JESUS)

When are WE contending? (DAILY)

How are WE contending? (WALKING OUT OUR FAITH AND STAYING ROOTED IN THE WORD OF GOD)

Baseball players, boxers, politicians: each are a contender in that they compete or campaign to win something. Contender has a slightly different meaning than competitor, often implying a more vigorous, even scrappier, sense of taking on every unexpected challenge.

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “contend” as the following:

  1. to strive or vie in contestor rivalry or against difficulties :  struggle contended with the problems of municipal government will contend for the championship this year
  2. to strive in debate :argue
  3. maintainassertcontended that he was right contends that the new law would help only the wealthy
  4. to struggle for :contest She contended every point, objected to every request … — Margaret Mead

All Followers of Christ we are told to contend for the faith due to the perilous times that will be upon the earth. In other words, YOU MUST FIGHT FOR YOUR BELIEF IN CHRIST JESUS. It’s fascinating how so many Christians are so opposed to fighting and take a very docile approach to their faith. We have gotten to a place where we allow any and every one to speak ill of Christ, his death, burial and resurrection. We don’t speak up regarding the degradation of the word of God and we take offense when others stand up for the faith.

I’m reminded of my childhood when kids would talk bad about you. Usually you could take it and keep it moving. But the minute a kid came out with YOUR MAMA, it was over. The gloves were off and it’s time to knuckle up; even if you had to face the bully you would contend on behalf of the person you loved.  If you were a young lady nobody could talk bad about your father, even a boy you liked. You would see red and well, let the games begin. Whoopin time.

Why is it that we will fight, strive and/or struggle for everything and everyone except our Heavenly Father? Why are we so slow to defend His name, His cause and His word? It’s easier today to get a rise out of Christians based on an article of clothing a young man or woman is wearing vs. if they are really walking in the precepts, power and purpose of God’s word. In this day and age what does it actually look like to BE A CONTENDER for the faith.

We’ve all heard many times that God will fight for you. I have a question, “Will you fight for God?”

One of my favorite bible characters is Deborah. Deborah was a wife, prophetess and judge in the Old Testament.

It was not an issue that when the fighting started she didn’t hesitate to saddle up and go to battle for God and his people. I’ve often asked the question, where are these fighters at in the 21st Century church? (looks in mirror)

Often times I’m met with, It don’t take all that. WOW! Yet Jude is speaking a message giving us the go-ahead to contend for the faith. YOU ARE A CONTENDER

Why must YOU contend for the faith?

 Faith is the truth of the Lord God Almighty, Jesus Christ as The Risen Savior and Redeemer. You are contending for this truth and nothing more.

You are contending against false ideologies, false Christ, false truths and false doctrines. You are contending for the very truth of God’s existence and your faithfulness to His truth.

Now that we have a deeper understanding of who and what we are contending for, remember Jude wrote; Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints.

Why did the Lord God direct Jude to write to the saints to “contend” for the faith? Why was there such an urgency to speak on the common salvation they shared? What salvation was he speaking about?

And then he stated it was “needful” to “exhort you”.

I am with Jude, I needed to write this blog to exhort you to contend with all your heart, soul, and mind for the Faith that is in Christ Jesus. This verse is a very powerful heart felt message that makes you stand to attention and really ponder why is it in the last days, it’s important to fight, with all your might for the faith that is in Christ Jesus.

Some of you have been in some battles throughout your life that you did not have any idea that it was going to be those smaller battles that would culminate to the biggest fight of your life, YOUR FAITH. You have been through hell and back it seems, some fights you won, some you lost, but you kept going. You didn’t give up and you to prove to yourself, others and the enemy that I may go down but I’m not out.

You have been preparing and you’ve gone through the process and proven that I’m on the Lords side. You have experienced your Job moment and you still speak, “HE IS GOD AND YET WILL I SERVE AND WORSHIP HIM”!!!

HALLELUJAH!!!    

For better clarity of what this scripture means, let’s break it down. I believe in getting to the nitty gritty of what the Lord is speaking to us his children so we can better align ourselves for the battles we’re in, or those that are coming.

Here is a breakdown of key words in this passage. Read the scripture and continue to read over these definitions. Get it rooted in your spirt so that you can walk boldly and courageously in your Faith.

Common: greek: Koinos – common i.e. ordinary, belonging to generality a: by the Jews, unhallowed, profane, Levitical unclean)

Salvation: greek: soteria – deliverance, preservation, safety, salvation (a) deliverance from the molestation of enemies (b) in an ethical sense, that which concludes to the soul’s safety or salvation – a Messianic salvation |salvation as the present possession of all true Christians | future salvation, the sum of benefits and blessings which the Christians, redeemed from all earthly ills, will enjoy after the visible return of Christ from heaven in the consummated and eternal kingdom of God.

Needful: greek: anagke – (must of necessity): necessity, imposed either by the circumstance, or by law of duty regarding to on’s advantage, custom, argument. Calamity, distress, straits

Exhort: greek: parakaleo – to call to one’s side, call for, summon; to address, speak t, (call to, call upon) , which may be done in way of exhortation, entreaty, comfort, instruction, etc. to admonish, exhort to beg, entreat, beseech;  to strive to appease by entreaty; to console, to encourage and strengthen by consolation;  to comfort to receive consolation, be comforted, to encourage, strengthen exhorting and comforting and encouraging; to instruct, teach

Earnestly contend for the faith To contend – earnestly means, serious in intention, purpose, or effort: sincerely zealous (Revelations 3:19 – …”Therefore be zealous and repent”) this is another blog for another time wink 😀 but you get my meaning.

for the FAITH – greek: pistis – conviction of the truth of anything, belief; in the NT of a conviction or belief respecting man’s relationship to God and divine things, generally with the included idea of trust and holy fervor born of faith and joined with it Relating to God the conviction that God exists and is the creator and ruler of all things, the provider and bestower of eternal salvation through Christ Jesus and that he IS the Messiah; with the predominate idea of trust (or confidence) whether in God or in Christ, springing from faith in the same fidelity, faithfulness the character of one who can be relied on

So now that we have a greater understanding and breakdown of these key words in scripture and what it all entails to be a contender;.  WE KNOW the who, what, and why we are contending.

We have better view of standing firm in our PURPOSE, POWER and PROMISE, we are able to defend our faith and we are able to move forward and upward in our faith.

In studying the word of God, He has never left his children without a game plan and their part in it. He will give you the wisdom, the knowledge, the strategy, and tactics needed to fight.

Obedience to the PROCESS and letting Him work in you, through you, and for you. We can rest assured the battle has been won. Hallelujah!!!

My Sisters and Brothers, I exhort you with every fiber of your being and with the Love of God deeply rooted in your heart. Stand Firm in your belief that Jesus Christ is Lord, Savior and Redeemer even when the world tells you otherwise. He never said it was going to be easy but he did promise a great eternal reward. YOU ARE A CONTENDER!! 

Peace and Blessings!

 

 

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