Fuel For Thought: PRAYER

How Distractions Can Actually Fuel Your Prayer Life Philippians 4:6 – Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Imagine this… You sit down to pray. Then you close your eyes to all distractions and begin to speak to God. Start pouring your heart out to Him and then… You remember you forgot to get milk at the supermarket earlier that day. GREAT. Okay, you begin again. You are on a roll now, praying for a friend’s recent health concerns… When a picture of the unpaid electric bill you have been meaning to take care of flashes through your mind! Does any of this sound familiar? It has happened to me too […]

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Being Purposely Led

Last week I had the pleasure of being interviewed by a beautiful woman of God, Esther on her blog Ethessential.com/. On her blog, she has created an amazing series called Woman of Purpose and I was chosen to be second in the lineup out of ten ladies & it really inspired me to think more about one’s Purpose. For so long I struggled to find my purpose in life. I always knew that God created me for a reason, but I could not understand what He wanted to do with my life. But I was so busy trying to think my way to finding God’s purpose for my life, that I had invalidated myself. I tried so hard to seek the approval of what I […]

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My Thoughts On Modesty

Let us just get straight into my five thoughts when it comes to modesty… 1. Yes, God is looking at my heart, but everyone else sees the outside! When God is on my inside, my outside shows it. He is too powerful, too big—to hide in some invisible corner of my heart. I can tell a lot about others’ values by what they wear. Shouldn’t they see my King in me? 2. Modesty is not about covering my body; it is about revealing my dignity. I respect myself; I am too special to be put on display. I dress to honour God because I am confident—I am sure of who I am and what I stand for. I have a healthy level of self-esteem; I […]

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