The gift of forgiveness

As a Christian, it’s almost a given that you are supposed to forgive. We shouldn’t be told that we need to forgive, but believe it or not, sometimes Christians need that extra nudge or rebuke for not forgiving. I used to believe that unforgiveness was something that could be taken care of overnight, with a single prayer, or even declaring that you’ve forgiven that person…the … Continue reading The gift of forgiveness

The Make it or Break it Test

       Are you one of those people who is currently struggling to pass a test? Does this test mean everything for you? Your livelihood is at stake, your career, your destination. You’ve either failed at it several times and you feel hopeless, or you’re preparing for it and the thought of it makes the yoke heavier. The anxiety keeps increasing and you’re literally … Continue reading The Make it or Break it Test

Do you have a Judas friend?

Throughout my walk with Christ, I’ve encountered several people in my life who call themselves a friend to me, specifically self-professing Christians, but truly don’t have their best interest for me. Before I used to live on the defensive side, using a micro-loop to see if I was dealing with a Judas Iscariot in my life. Many times we’ve encountered those friends who judge us constantly, … Continue reading Do you have a Judas friend?

Who does God say that I am? Let’s talk identity.

      In the secular world, you will hear people say, “Love yourself, love who you are, find yourself.” While this is true, it is misconstrued in many ways because there is no central identity, it is all based on how you “feel,” “think,” or based on circumstances. In today’s society, people gravitate towards labels and forming their identities based on their sexual orientation,  on … Continue reading Who does God say that I am? Let’s talk identity.

The face of sin wears the mask of tolerance

         Today we’re living in a society that not only promotes tolerance of sin(s), but glorifies it. The very people who promote this tolerance, are the ones who judge others for not accepting their sinful lifestyle. Now this is going to be a hard pill to swallow, but I’m here to speak the truth, your tolerance of sin will lead you straight … Continue reading The face of sin wears the mask of tolerance

Mockery of “Thoughts and prayers.” Don’t underestimate prayer.

       You will always hear and see people throwing their anger towards God when evil flourishes. People are so quick to point the finger at God and they feel “righteous” in doing so and claiming there is no justice. I’m here to tell you, there is justice and believe me, it will come. I do understand the anger people feel when they see … Continue reading Mockery of “Thoughts and prayers.” Don’t underestimate prayer.