When the noise of life became loud, heaven’s voice–Seeped through the cracks
In quiet stillness.
She longed for a deeper connection beyond religion.
She sat quietly, with deep thoughts invading her mind.
She moved her mouth but could not formulate the words.
She hid herself in the pages of books.
She sought refuge from the terror of her reality.
She escaped in silence, in fear of being seen. Read More
“Denial is designed to keep you locked in place where you can not progress or break free, of the things that are holding you back, and prevent you from becoming all you were created to be.” Read More
Listen to this throwback!
Are you experiencing victory or defeat? Read More
The exchange reflects the changes that have taken place and the transition of being on the outskirts, has now shifted to us being able to access heavens throne. Read More
“Start making small changes right where you are, and watch how much better your today will be tomorrow.”
After work on Tuesday, I stopped at the grocery store to pick-up a few items. I was almost done shopping, but got stuck and was at standstill, because I could not find the “Apple Butter.” I started looking on the top and middle shelves. I kept pacing backing and forth down the same aisle hoping that… Read More
Don’t allow your days to be wasted, and your life to be placed on hold because of a refusal to embrace the goodness, joy, and contentment right where you are. Read More
“Beautiful things are conceived and birthed in the presence of the Lord.” Read More
God is able to heal our deepest wounds when we surrender, and invite him into the secret chambers of our life. Read More
“Many consumers would rather shop online rather than go into an actual store and be ignored.” Read More
What if, the broken levees were an indication that our hope in natural and superficial things had being misplaced all along.
What if, the broken levees in our life was not a punishment, but a loud re-awakening to point us back to the one who has eternity in his hands.
What if, broken levees were used to remind us that the things we have are perishable, and that life is like a vapor—here today and gone tomorrow. Read More