So tonight something came to my mind, have you ever gone through the process it takes for a wound to become a scar, has it ever occurred to you […]
Like I said earlier in part one, I do not like movies that have to deal with war. I know I speak for many daughters of Sara. I do […]
The one hundred and forty-fourth psalm really charges me up, it says “..blessed be the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war and my fingers for battle.” God cannot take time to teach you war if there’s no enemy to fight. This enemy is not your husband who goes on to bet with your children ‘s school fees, or the boyfriend that leaves you after you tell him that you’re expectant, or your father that never fathered you. This enemy is the devil. He is only defeated on our knees. Do not fight Peninah because of your barrenness, she doesn’t have the ability to give you a child but God can. Get on your knees and attack where it counts.
Her pursuit is a journey, a journey of realising that you are first His before you are anyone else’s. Her pursuit is a journey, a journey that involves recklessly abandoning the things that cause you to fear to approach Him. Her pursuit is a journey of seeing Him even in the worst of circumstance, seeing His hand at work even when you didn’t expect. Her pursuit is a journey, a journey that will involve rises and falls, ups and downs. Her pursuit is a journey of the Lover and His beloved, strolling and having an adventure, taking it all in but never forgetting the ultimate goal, to be presented to the Father, without stain or wrinkle.
The words of King Lemuel, the strong advice his mother gave him: “Oh, son of mine, what can you be thinking of! Child whom I bore! The son I dedicated to God!Don’t dissipate […]