In this post, I share how to supercharge your spiritual life by planning a coffee date table session with God. Are you intentional about your alone time with God enough to schedule regular dates with Him? If your answer is no, it’s time that you change that. The enemy enjoys when you don’t spend time praying, studying, and learning the Word of God.
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There is no way to escape the law of sowing and reaping. So, I want to reveal how you can sow good seeds to reap an abundant harvest. It’s not possible to sow only one seed and yield just the single crop. Inside of an apple seed lives an apple tree. Inside of thought lives a vision.
In this post, I share six tips on how to improve your life and bear good fruit. God designed and purposed you to produce good fruit. But, bettering your life is about living intentionally and purposefully. The only way to improve your life for the better is to apply God’s principles. He’s the One that designed and created you. Father is familiar with your feelings of insecurity, discomfort, fear, hurt, and discontentment.
It’s time to get off the couch and walk in obedience to the call on our life. Jesus Christ was obedient in fulfilling the work of the Father even when he was overwhelmed in His soul. During this time of quarantine we have the opportunity to have a do over, a reinvention if you will. We get to praise and worship our Lord and Savior differently than we’ve done in the past, as for most of us church is closed.
Many of us have the habit of complaining, but today I share 6 action steps that can help you stop. We are living through a great pandemic right now, and unfortunately, this is something we can’t change. The Covid-19 infection rate is going to have to run its course. Therefore, since we will be on lockdown a bit longer, it’s an excellent time to show an attitude of thanksgiving while we’re home self-reflecting.
In this post, I share 7 ways to deal with stress, fear, worry, and anxiety during tough times. It’s no mystery; the coronavirus has rocked this nation and the world for that matter. I’ve never witnessed anything like this in my lifetime.
Many of us are at home working while others pushed to the max with work. Those in healthcare, public services, first responders, and essential positions/businesses are on the front lines with minimal downtime.
In this post I share 15 encouraging bible verses/passages to remind you of who God is and that He’s in total control of all things. If we’re unfocused on this undeniable truth, it’s easier to reflect on the problem opposed to remembering God is bigger than any problem.
In this devotional, I want to share 5 productivity hacks to maximize your time during this COVID shutdown. I’d like to offer my sincerest prayers for healing for those affected with the coronavirus—my deepest sympathy for those who lost loved ones all around the globe due to this crisis.
COVID-19 has most of us straight up on lockdown in the house all day. If you don’t have your home in order (meaning your life right with God), this is the time to start or rededicate to the process. See the difference in thinking; the dividing line is this:
It may seem as if the desire of your heart is never going to come to pass, but God’s delay is not necessarily denial. You asked for God’s will, you’ve turned into a prayer warrior, you’ve invested your last dollar into the plan, and you’re implementing all the latest success strategies. As soon as momentum builds, things slow back down to a turtle’s pace.
VIDEO – This video will discuss 6 reasons why God is silent. Do you have those moments when you are not hearing from HIM? When this happens, you can feel lost, confused, alone, afraid, and like you’ve been abandoned.
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