It’s worth the wait!

Jesus could have come and healed Lazarus when he was still alive. Instead, He waited to raise him from the dead when he was already in his grave. God could have made David become king the day after he was anointed .Instead, He waited 15 years to rise to the throne, many of those years spent fearing for his life, hiding out and running away from his own father-in-law. God could have spoken to Moses in the desert about sending him to help free His people from slavery 40 days after he ran away from Egypt. Instead, He made him wait for 40 long years. Continue reading “It’s worth the wait!”

Psalm 55:22- Cast your burdens

Cast your burdens on the Lord, and He shall sustain you. He shall never permit the righteous be shaken” Psalm 55:22
In some versions it is written “ to cast your cares.” Our burdens, meaning worries, anxieties, problems, struggles, challenges, whatever it is in our lives that we consider a burden. None of that is made for us to actually cary. The day you accepted to live for Him and said that your life is not your own, it truly meant every single thing about you life. Including your burdens. Can you believe, our own burdens aren’t even our own possession but His since He asked us to cast it unto Him?

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I’m sorry I grieved You.

July, 18th, 2015

It never felt this difficult and challenging climbing the Mountain. I suddenly felt distant, disconnected, and filthy. But also discouraged and hopeless. There was a lot going on around me in my life at that time, and unfortunately I gave my ears to those problems instead of keeping focus on Him and what was happening in the Mountain. And because of that little mistake which distracted me from what really mattered, I felt disconnected to the Holy Spirit. I knew I had grieved Him. Continue reading “I’m sorry I grieved You.”

A Wednesday floor encounter ( In the Ocean)

July  15th, 2015

This one is written based on an encounter I had with the Lord, on a Wednesday at church. I made my way to church just like every Wednesday service we have during the week for prayer. I really wasn’t expecting this one. Worship begun, and for some reasons that day, the Lord didn’t want me to sing with the rest of the choir but to rather sit with the rest of the congregation. I closed my eyes, and began to sing Him a new song..Until suddenly, something started to happen. Something I simply can’t describe and verbally express. Continue reading “A Wednesday floor encounter ( In the Ocean)”


It’s funny, when I first started my walk with God, I would feel alone. I’ve always been an alone person. I’ve always been someone that was rather isolated. So from an early age, I learned to accept my own presence and to not depend on the company of others. I mean I loved it, but for some reasons I’d always end up on my own wether it was by choice or not. And because of internal wounds, I never trusted many people or had many friends. I knew ALOT of people and was surrounded by many, but I’ve always had few friends in my life. And those very few, I would pour my all into them which was probably my biggest mistake ( understanding things now).  Continue reading “Untitled.”