I know it has been a while since I’ve written on the blog, but I have had some significant lifechanging things happen recently. I have graduated from college, moved states, and I have found out that I have a rare incurable autoimmune disease. If you read this blog often then you know that I am all about wellness and positivity and this devastating news has not changed that fact. I am going to share my journey through this blog and my hope is to be a testiment that possitivity and intention wins!
Do you have questions about how God’s love has the ability to sometimes accompany pain and disappointment? Check out this classic movie: The Shack
The Shack for me has been the best illustration of God’s love and the complexities of life rolled into a two-hour representation of a true story. You may not receive all the answers you are looking for concerning pain and forgiveness, but if you watch it with an open mind then you just may find the peace you have been looking for.
In a world where information comes at us a mile a minute, it is sometimes difficult to find programming that speaks to the complexities of life and the truth concerning God. The Shade Room has cracked the code with its YouTube series “The Same Room.” With guests such as Adrienne Houghton, Angelica Nwas, Charlamagne tha god and more we get a peek into mainstream entertainers and their relationship with God. The world would like us to believe that most stars deny God when in truth most attribute their success to God. Check out this incredible series on the link below.
Forgiveness is the act of releasing ourselves from the bondage of an ongoing negative connection. Forgiveness resurrects our peace of mind from the perils of victimhood and releases our negative judgments.
Why Do We Forgive?
We forgive to reclaim our equilibrium. It is a joy to forgive. It’s also worthy of note that the “Lord’s Prayer” says, “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.”
Special thanks to Rev. Bill Englehart for this incredible information.
¿Estás listo para perdonar? una de las mayores razones por las que extiendo el perdón a las personas que me rodean es porque soy honesto acerca de lo defectuoso que soy. cuando era más joven, me enfrentaría a la idea de que hago muchas cosas mal. Siempre tuve una razón o una explicación lógica de por qué Cometí un error o dejé caer a alguien. Nunca admitiría que había arruinado o hecho algo malo. Por ejemplo: “si la persona que conduce delante de mí iría más rápido, no sería tarde” “si hubieras madurado, sería capaz de ser honesto contigo” si comete un error, no importa cuál sea la explicación que sigue, debe pedir perdón. La palabra de Dios dice pedir perdón todos los días. servimos a un Dios que quiere que venamos a él con nuestros problemas y nuestro problema para que él pueda intercambiar nuestras dificultades con su provisión y gracia. si no aprendemos cómo reconocer nuestras malas acciones, entonces estamos diciendo que no hay necesidad de un Salvador.
Todo el mundo comete errores, su tiempo que aprendemos a convertir esos errores a la única persona que puede arreglarlos. Dios. #SLiM See. Aprender. Inspirar. Hacer movimientos
Dreams, déjà vu, ah-ha moments all have one thing in common.
It is a moment where the supernatural meets the natural.
Have you ever experienced a time where you see God connect the
dots and make muddy waters clear on and idea or situation?
The special moment is important, because if you are a
believer, then you understand that God has intention in our life and desires
for us to tap into His glory and provision. When we present our bodies as a
living sacrifice pure and open to the will of God, we then encourage these life
altering moments into our life.
What do I mean by a sacrifice, I mean “praying instead of
watching tv ” More examples are : Reading your bible every day, taking time out
of your day to worship God just because He is God. All of these thigs are a sacrifice
because quite frankly you don’t have to do them.
God is always assisting and uplifting us, we must choose to
tune into His love and divine power.
Heavenly Father, I (we) come to You now in the Name of my (our) Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.
Heavenly Father, I (we) ask You to give me (us) divine healing now in every area of my (our) life, spirit, mind, will, emotions and physical being in accordance with Your Divine Plan and Order for my (our) life. I (we) receive Your Divine Healing, Wholeness and Newness of life(s), in the Name of Jesus Christ. Lord, I (we) ask You to expand in me (us) Your territories.
Lord I (we) ask for and receive beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness: for I (we) are trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that You may be glorified, in Jesus’ Name. Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven, Father, I (we) pray with thanksgiving in Jesus’ Name. Amen! Heavenly Father, I ask you to give me (us) and every person I (we) prayed for today according to John 16:23, the manifestation of every miracle and every healing You have given to me (us) and the manifestation of divine healing and divine health in my (each of our) body (ies).