I find that fear and anxiety are things that most of us struggle with but are not as willing to openly admit. Sometimes it’s because we don’t see it as a “real problem” or we don’t want to seem “weak”. The truth of the matter, however, is that fear and anxiety ARE real and experiencing… Continue reading The Unknown
I can’t Bear to think what we’ve become. I take that back this is like a bad rerun that won’t pass. Call me naive but I thought this was in the past, or at least that’s what I believed. I can’t Rinse the bitter aftertaste or erase nerve-rattling images of a man with… Continue reading I Can’t
Hi Everyone, What an exciting time it is, to celebrate new beginnings, fresh ideas, establish goals and start off with a clean slate! It's an interesting thing this 2020, watch the video below for a quick New Year word. Happy New Year, all the best in 2020!!! 20/20 Faith Vision
I’ve been re-reading the story of Joseph recently in an effort to look at it from a different perspective because I believe that Hebrews 4:12 is true in saying that the word of God is living and active. We usually read the story of Joseph with the outcome in mind, but what if just maybe,… Continue reading The Journey
I’m Expecting!!! Recently, I was listening to a song that spoke on 1 Corinthians 2:9 and I felt the Lord tug at the strings of my heart. We often wait for God to surprise us and go on about our lives not expecting anything because, after all, it’s a surprise, but I’m sure this isn’t… Continue reading I’m Expecting!
This morning as I walked outside, I caught a glimpse of the sunrise which squeezed its rays through, what I consider to be, very tall bushes. It was a majestic display, and simultaneously intriguing how the sun, as big as it is, managed to slip through a crack in the wall and the shrubs that… Continue reading A Ray of Light
It was a bookcase, shoe holder something to put in an empty space. It had a cover, drawers, and numerous uses to discover. It was a box nothing more, used for packing, holding, stacking nothing unorthodox, but it was a pretty box. I do this thing with boxes where, rather than throw them, out I… Continue reading The Pretty Box