It ends good

Last week I was in the kitchen preparing my lunch, when I heard God say to me, “It ends good.” For the first time in a very long time, I didn’t question Him or have any skepticism. He continued, “When people ask you how you can smile in the midst of your struggles, tell them,Continue reading “It ends good”

Waitlisted

My oldest sister loves luxury, designer, high-end, high-quality things. While she is not materialistic, she is a woman who gets what she wants, especially if she has the means to do so. For quite some time, I’ve known she’s wanted a particular luxury purse. As a result of it being in high demand, she hasn’tContinue reading “Waitlisted”

Breathe

I am a huge movie fan, particularly action-packed and suspense, and whenever I get the chance, I watch Netflix to catch up on the latest releases. A little over a month ago, I watched Ice Road, an action-packed, suspenseful movie, directed by Johnathan Hensling, starring Liam Neesom and Laurence Fishburne, two of the more notableContinue reading “Breathe”

An opening

Yesterday, I called the dealership where I purchased my truck, concerning a part I desperately need. I was advised three weeks ago, that the part would be here, yet I’m still without it. I reached out to the service department to ascertain that what I need, had finally arrived. Jennifer answered my call, and advisedContinue reading “An opening”

I can relate

Homeless and staying in a hotel? I have been there No food, water, lights, or gas? I have been there Experiencing never-ending trials and tribulations? I have been there Felt unappreciated, inadequate, and unloved? I have been there Felt rejected, ostracized, and constantly put down? I have been there Felt hopeless and at your wick’sContinue reading “I can relate”

Painful Profit

Last night, I cried a river longer than the Jordan and Nile combined. Being burdened is a lot to deal with, especially when it seems as though you’re carrying the load by yourself. Although God puts no more on us than we can bare, I can barely stand the little He does place on me.Continue reading “Painful Profit”

In Flight

In 8 days, I’ll be vacationing in Jamaica. I can’t begin to tell you how much I am looking forward to my trip, not to mention the flight. Maybe it’s just me, but I love being up in the air. My favorite seat is next to the window, and if I’m not in it, lContinue reading “In Flight”

Growing Season

Farmers probably have one of the most difficult and laborious jobs there is. As day breaks and before dawn ends, they work tirelessly in the fields, planting, plowing and sowing seeds. No amount of sweat, heat, or pain, can weaken their stride, because they know it’s all a part of the process. After weeks ofContinue reading “Growing Season”

What happens in between

That space in between the dream and the promise, requires patience and constant prayer. You can not grow weary or allow fear, anxiety, and the unknown, to cause you to miss out on the promise. You can’t afford to sit idle either, but instead prepare yourself to be in position to receive God’s promise, becauseContinue reading “What happens in between”

More to the story

It is with a heavy heart, that I regret to inform you all, I did not get the job. After much prayer and expectation, I was not the person they chose, or even considered. To think, I was so for certain I was the chosen one, and although I still am, I was just notContinue reading “More to the story”