"Sow for yourselves righteousness; reap steadfast love; break up your fallow ground, for IT IS THE TIME TO SEEK THE LORD, that He may come and rain righteousness upon you." Hosea 10:12 The start of a new month always entail a new beginning. It seems only yesterday when we bid 2018 goodbye, and welcomed 2019,… Continue reading It’s time to seek the Lord
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I’m sorry but you read it right and I mean it.
It’s not enough that he’s a Christian.
Beloved, you need to hear the truth.
1. There’s a lot of nice Christian boys, but not a lot of Godly men.
You see, a lot of guys out there can easily serve in the ministry. You can spot them in church every Sunday. Hitting the drums so passionately and leading the worship in all its honor and glory. Yet, are these really the marks of a guy whose life is fully surrendered to Jesus Christ? Are you seeing him leading younger men towards a greater encounter with the Lord? Are his words a reflection of God’s grace or better yet, do you feel God’s grace every time you talk to Him? Does he spend more time reading his bible rather than being cozy in the comfort of late night fellowships? Does he…
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20 January 2018 Dearest Mommy, Hi mommy, it's Jaelene, the one you called "bulengleng", back then even if I'm already a grown up, you still treated me as your baby. 8 years have already passed since you went home to be with the Lord, it has been 8 years since the last time I saw… Continue reading A letter to Heaven
"If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God." Colossians 3:1-3 Blessings in JESUS' Name. Upon meditating… Continue reading Seeking those things which are above
“Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” Proverbs 4:23
“Oh dear, guard your heart.”
How many times have you heard about this advice? How many times have you given this advice?
I, for example, when I was still in my baby steps in my Christian walk, had a conversation on this with one of our female church leaders. It went something like this..
“What will I do Ate? I can’t stop thinking about him.”
“Dear, you really have to guard your heart.”
“Surrender it to God. Pray about it.”
*blankly stared at her and just nodded in agreement but obviously didn’t understand a thing*
I mean, surrendering it to the Lord has always been part of the equation. Praying about it is a must. But what I needed that time were concrete steps. What are the things I should be start doing? What are the things I need to stop thinking about? How do I guard my heart?
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When all else fails in life, there is Someone I can turn to, who will never ever fail, and it is JESUS, the True Lover of my Soul. Way back in 2007, it was a heartbreak that caused me to get to know Jesus. I was just 15 and had an infatuation for someone who didn't… Continue reading Matters of the heart
"...I have found the One whom my soul loves..." Song of Solomon 3:4 It came out as a surprise, an unexpected thing. For who could possibly know that all this time, the one I've been looking and waiting for is a friend I've long cherished? It all started in a dream, a dream I had… Continue reading In His Time
Dear Mr. Right,
As a daydreamer with a vivid and colorful imagination, it was hard for me to put my daydreams of my fairytale man to the side. But I am.
It’s hard to truly let go, and let God work. This comes from someone who is a recovering control freak…especially when it comes to relationships. I wanted to control every aspect: the meeting, the pursuit, the conversation, and the timing. I was always told that my Mr. Right is somewhere out there. After all, there are plenty of fish in the sea. But I didn’t want just a fish… I wanted my one true love and I wanted him NOW.
I was impatient. I searched for love and acceptance in all the wrong places. I sought it out in people that continually failed me. I would often see a guy in Starbucks and think, “could he be…
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I have a few share of stories to tell about being lost in totally different circumstances. I know that you can fully relate when I say that being lost and not knowing where to go is one of the worst experiences one could ever have. I've always seen myself as someone who is weak in… Continue reading Getting lost and asking for directions
Poem turned into a song for my King of kings and Lord of lords. I love You My Lord 🙂