There are countless reasons to be thankful. If we pause for just a second and look around, I'm sure we would find tons of things that we overlook on a daily basis. The simple fact that we opened our eyes this morning, that we breathe on our own, and that we can read this are… Continue reading Rather Than Ask…Thank
There are so many things to be grateful for, one day just isn't enough.
The people that we chose to surround ourselves with say a lot about who we are. Whether we like it or not, we pick up their habits and vice versa. The night of Jesus' arrest, Peter fervently denied Him to the point of swearing (Mathew 26:74) because people could tell by the way he… Continue reading Birds of a Feather
Faith, REAL faith is something so difficult. It's being confident that the things we hope for will happen and being certain about things we cannot see (Hebrews 11:1). Despite the simplicity of its description, faith is difficult to execute especially in these times where "seeing is believing", but the Bible talks about the reward that… Continue reading Faith & Trust
"Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less." Our world is far larger than the bubble in which we live in. The book of Proverbs tells us that pride comes before the fall, but before that happens let us remember to think of those in need. Moreover, there's no need to… Continue reading Outside Our Bubble
We live in a society where enough is never enough; the more we have, the more we want. We can't live without our phones, we won't survive a day without our laptops, and God forbid there's no wi-fi to connect to social media!!! If we could manage to set those things aside and focus more… Continue reading Enough
Drowning in a glass of water is a bit difficult, yet for some of us it's something we do daily. We get frustrated over the little things, the big things, and everything. Afflictions are part of life, but in the midst of our troubles let us remember that we have an all-powerful God. When we find ourselves… Continue reading Don’t Drown