As a quick recap of Contempt, Part 1, (if haven’t read it yet, this post will make a lot more sense if you do) I was in worship mode, and God revealed to me that I had been harboring a very strong spirit of contempt, specifically, self-contempt. I was also advised to pray against said spirit.
Stop fighting it. You know what you were called to do. These words have played over and over in my head, and I’m like yeah ok, great, but could you maybe remind me of exactly what that is again? Silence. Fabulous. Has anyone ever felt this way? Like you know there is something you’re supposed
Orchids are funny plants. And by funny, I mean a giant pain in the rear. These high maintenance flowers require a certain level of patience and perfection that I was just not born with. I had all but given up on trying to get the orchids on my patio to grow….Who am I kidding, I
What does it look like to trust? Like, really trust. Not vaguely believing in the back of our minds that everything happens for a reason. Not anxiously asking for God’s peace while simultaneously spewing worry and paranoia with every breath. Not posting verse images on social media as if our declaration of belief earns us
This month. Wow. Just ridiculous. I find myself again on the same merry-go-round ride wondering, seriously, what am I doing here, and why can’t I seem to move forward? I started this blog called, “LoveNcourage” to inspire you (and myself) to live out a life of love, which takes a massive amount of courage in this
Oh, so many thoughts jumbling through my head today! So many misconstrued notions that God is bringing to my attention. So much fear and misuse of the gift of imagination. And what am I so afraid of? This is a question I keep asking myself, and I keep coming up with the same generic answers.
So, there is this insane, let’s call it, “spirit” of sickness that is refusing to leave my home. I am currently on round 3 of the flu, and each time I think it’s almost gone, I hear a sneeze from someone in the next room, and come morning, it’s a full on war in my
I’d like to take today to talk about something amazing God has brought into my life. I want to just take the time to praise him and acknowledge his incredible ability to work all things together for good. This may sound silly to some, but God has opened a door of opportunity in my life, and
I dare you. I dare you to put God first. I dare you to let go of every other concern. I dare you to close your eyes and imagine being face to face with Christ. I dare you to fall to your knees in worship with fear and joy. I dare you to feel. Feel