Posts tagged ‘Joy’

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“Does the truth of Christ’s return energize our ministry as it did in the early church and the early twentieth century Pentecostals?” from Eschatology: A Study of Things to Come.
When I read this question to a friend, my answer was wanted. I don’t believe the truth of Christ’s return energizes our ministry as it did in the early church and the early 20th century Pentecostals for the most part because we have become too comfortable in our material world. Other countries are experiencing such a dependency on God. My cell phone with its games and apps won’t save me, nor will the comfort of my bed….even a fridge Full of fruits and Veggies and chicken while I add constant exercise won’t save me. They only reveal I’m looking for something. What will keep me company, what will comfort me, what will heal me.
I want to share with everyone that we can have surpassing peace, exploding joy, incomparable strength and all we need to face our days 💞 
Yet I am nervous. I know there are such severe trials that have left people hurting with what seems beyond repair. I wanna say I understand, but in reality I truly don’t because I’ve only walked in my shoes. I KNOW what God HAS brought me through….. And there were times that I thought God could do it differently and much better, but after a while I saw why He chose the directions He’s taken me. Those who know me see how I’ve grown. It is because I have trusted Christ, even when I didn’t want to. I have far to go as far as trusting Christ, but I love the change He’s given me. I want to see people healed, lives changed and wars ended 💕
If you want to walk this path with me, feel free to email me at 💞 I look forward to what is ahead, not looking back💞

Flashback Friday 8

It was October 7, 2013 and I would love to be right there again. To feel the breeze, smell the air, hear the rustle of the grass, the mooing of the cows, all the farm sounds that woo my heart every time.


You might be wondering why I chose these footprints. Even though the creature was small that made these impression in the mud, the rodent did make a mark. And I’m sure we would be able to follow it’s trail if we chose to. No.  I don’t choose to. But that brings me to my next point. What type of footprint am I leaving? If someone were to follow me, what would they find? Joy? Peace? Frustration? Contempt? Honor? Obedience? Compassion? Forgiveness? Would they be able to find me at all? I hope everyone is able to find me and I want them to see Jesus all over me ❤Image