Category Archives: Spiritual wellness

Your feelings don’t know your future

At times when I am down and beating up on myself for all that I have not yet accomplished and whether or not I would. I am reminded that my feelings don’t know my future. Continue reading Your feelings don’t know your future

With condition…

We really do love, give, lend, help, forgive with conditions.

I have taken up our church bible study challenge to read the word of God by looking for the principles of God to live by. When I’m in the word and rhema (the place where the Holy Spirit brings the word to our attention and applies it to our situation) begins to come forth, I must be open to true repentance. Continue reading With condition…

Love wants to be near

We have all heard and know that God is love, but really what does that mean to us? Let’s take a moment to think about this…

God is love, but what does love require of me? God (love) requires relationship and intimate fellowship with each of us. Love want to be close! If you love someone wouldn’t you want to be close to them, in communion and covenant with them or constantly in communication with that loved one?   Answer: Yes! Continue reading Love wants to be near

Influential Counsel

It’s so easy for me to talk to God than be vulnerable with the people in my life. My rational is “well God won’t judge me and he won’t mislead me”. Given my past experiences, I am careful to not make a bad choice that I try not to act without the prompting of the spirit. I have learnt that operating out of my emotions can be misleading and not the best for me or the situation. When I do, I feel real bad and immediately I ask for forgiveness. Then I ask God to show me where the triggers are and what  responses I still need to work on. Continue reading Influential Counsel

Are you hungry?

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they shall be filled” (Matthew 5:6 (NKJV)). As a result of our hunger our need for righteousness (right living or standing with God), God’s promise is that we shall be filled. How simple right? To be filled however, It’s therefore necessary that we make ourselves available for the filling, though our hunger.

Hunger is the evidence of humility that keeps us in that dependency mode on God and his word.

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My dwelling place

He that dwells in the secret place of the most high shall abide under the shadow of the almighty. I will say of the Lord he is my rock and my fortress, my God in him will I trust (psalms 91:1-2).  Almost every morning I awake, these words are my first fruit. I remind myself daily where I reside – In Christ. Continue reading My dwelling place