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Tag: prayer

The sky is all we have

Have you ever watched the sunset? The sky lighting up with hues of yellow, orange and pink, taking the sun to another place. I’m here, watching the most beautiful sunset […]

So today I choose

God is a promise keeping God. He is ever faithful. When we are going through the hard times, it’s difficult though to see that anything could be good. I wish […]

Did I break the Sabbath

Growing up I probably made it to church every Sunday. But as soon as I turned 18 and started working a full time job and attending college full time, my […]

Someday you will

This past year has been a year of blessings, a year of new doors and new beginnings for some. While for others, it was yet another year of searing pain, […]

The Advice of Christians

Christians can sometimes offer the best advice because their advice is for the most part is biblical. It was around this time last year, I was sitting around with a […]

Hiatus from life

I took a 10 day hiatus from life, well as much as I could. Some things, like work, are unavoidable when you have a mortgage to pay and a house […]

Midnight Convictions

The other night I was going through old pictures and reminiscing the things of the past. I didn’t expect it, but a painful memory came to mind. When I was […]

When you’re in the wilderness

Sometimes it’s hard to pray. I’ve gone through seasons where talking to God just seems difficult. And I wonder, how is God perceiving that moment. I imagine it’s painful for […]

Why do you cry

Why do you cry my beloved I look into those eyes The eyes that tell me your story They weep of sadness Though tears never seem to fall You speak […]

Saying Sorry

Sometimes life requires us to apologize first, and not because we were wrong. I think it takes great strength to say “I’m sorry”, we place ourselves in a vulnerable position. […]

And There I Find You

The silence was supposed to be calming. But the quiet was so loud. I could hear each expiration, The wind wrestling with leaves, The crunching beneath my feet. I heard […]