Where can I go from Your presence?

It’s as though there’s no distance, no separation between where I stand and heaven. It’s as though, there is no room to fill up the spaces between time and eternity. Because sometimes, I just feel You up so close. I feel and hear you through everything around me. From every living thing, to things that stand still. I hear you through the strings that echoes Your miraculous name, I feel you through the keys of the piano when the hammer rebounds, and the strings continue to vibrate at their resonant frequency. Continue reading “Where can I go from Your presence?”

Exodus 3: If only you knew young Moses

“Who am I that I should go before Pharaoh, and that I should bring the children of Israel out of Egypt?” Exodus 3:

Ahhh, the question you either used to ask yourself, and sometimes still do. You look at yourself, where you come from, what you’ve done and you feel unworthy, inadequate to do the works God has called you to do. But the thing to learn from this is that, you shouldn’t doubt, nor look down on yourself. If God chose you, He knows why! Moses, Raïssa, whoever you may be!  Continue reading “Exodus 3: If only you knew young Moses”

Keep your mind, in the Kingdom.

Yooooo friends, let me tell you guys a little secret. This year, it’s all about the Kingdom mind. A year where no matter what happens, my mind and spirit will constantly stay connected and locked to the Kindgom. A certain situation happened few days ago and I’ve been going to bed heavy hearted. So today the Holy Spirit woke me up and rushed me for breakfast ( read my Bible). Continue reading “Keep your mind, in the Kingdom.”

Brokeness: Exodus 3:1

Exodus 3:1

What a contrast between Moses’ life as an Egyptian prince and his life as a Midianite shepherd! As a prince he had everything done for him; he was the famous son of the Egyptian prince. As a shepherd he had to do everything for himself; he was holding the very job he was taught to despise and he lived as an unknown foreigner. What a humbling experience this must’ve been for Moses, don’t you think? Continue reading “Brokeness: Exodus 3:1”