Wednesday, December 31, 2014

What My Faith Has Taught Me

I’ve decided to take part in a monthly series called Writeous Reflections which is hosted by Yulunda of Y I’m Writeous and Bijee of The Reflections of a Good Woman. Each month we’ll reflect on a different prompt provided by these dynamic women and gifted bloggers!



Dear Trinka:

I thought I’d reach back and share a few things with you. First of all, you’re adorable! That smile and those chubby cheeks—you are a doll! In later years, I really needed your fun-loving spirit to remind me of the beauty of life. Alas, I could not connect with you. I’m sure the moments of darkness and turmoil forced you into a hiding place. I don’t blame you at all! 

Trinka, I do want to thank you though. Thank you for holding on—for being strong when you didn’t know what strength was. You were always reaching out to others to help, help, help. Always trying to understand which lead to your career in counseling, I’m sure.  However, truth be told, you were seeking to understand yourself by looking at others. I know that now. Spoiler alert: It didn’t work! But it does get better! 

Getting back to the reason why I’m writing to you today. Your little heart is going to bubble with joy when I tell you what faith has taught me. It’s a wonderful word! Hold on! You don’t have to run to a dictionary. I remember your insatiable curiosity for words and reading. At Sylvester Elementary, you probably visited the huge dictionary in the library every day. The one with its own special stand? Anyway, faith, according to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, is defined as strong belief in the existence of God. The Bible says faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see. It’s in Hebrews 11.


Faith, oh Trinka… It’s going to save you! Faith makes you free. Free from worry and most importantly for you, free from self-reliance. You will not be able to do it all on your own. Please please keep that in mind. Faith has taught me our power, identity, joy, peace and strength are found in God. Oh, I want to warn you about a particular part of your journey where you will lose your confidence. It will be damaged for years, but when you get the opportunity to learn about and increase your faith, Trinka grab onto it for life! Faith is going to restore you--mind, body, and soul. Your confidence will be connected to God, and He’s going to use so many ways—girl, I mean a hundred umpteen million ways—to show you His love for you. It’s so good!! 

Faith delivers you from past hurt, and your little world will finally make sense, Trinka.  It’s why I’m finally able to connect to you and tell you everything you’ve faced and will encounter is so worth it! It’s faith-building material and with it, you’re going to have an awesome life with God!!

Love you! Smooches!




Saturday, December 6, 2014

Goodreads Book Review: I call it a Bible companion!

Read the Word, Speak the WordRead the Word, Speak the Word by Zari Banks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Read the Word! Speak the Word! Read the Word! Speak the Word! Studying this devotional will change your life! Zari Banks is one of my favorite authors! Again, she shares a God-breathed collection of scriptures and personal wisdom to usher you into a a new level of intimacy and knowledge of God's word! She loves God! She shares how God works in her life, and it's evident that she has a heart for her readers! She even offers a prayer for her readers to receive greater!!

If you haven't read the Bible or feeling a little intimidated by it, this book is a good companion to teach you and lead you into studying God's word! LOVE it!

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Thursday, December 4, 2014

It's Thursday! Be Thankful!

As you start your day, be encouraged and comforted by the fact that every moment you are in God's hands!




Shout hallelujah!




Be blessed!

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