After contemplating whether or not I write this post, I’ve finally decided to write and share it with you today, I hope that you’ll be blessed. Dear Purple Reader, most times, we feel God is distant or disconnected from us and has probably gone somewhere far. I often feel same, so I can relate. Recently, I found out that almost every Christian feels this way … Continue reading HE HEARD ME WEEP
A death-to-self lifestyle God’s been helping me with is jealousy. Yes, jealousy! Sometimes, it’s either because he or she had a nice car or home, she’s thinner than me, or possessed some ability and skill that I didn’t. I probably wished I had it all. Funny right? All the same, the first time I sensed God leading me out of this was when I had … Continue reading IT IS NEVER FUN TO DIE
I was lost when You found me here You pulled me close and held me near… And all these years you’ve carried me You’ve been my eyes when I could not see And beauty grows in the driving rain Your oil of gladness in the times of pain… Don’t you just love this song by Michael W. Smith? Dear Purple Reader, today, I’ll be sharing … Continue reading LOST AND FOUND
You have searched me and known me. You know my sitting down and my rising up; you understand my thought afar off. You comprehend my path and my lying down, and are acquainted with all my ways. For there is not a word on my tongue, but behold, You know it altogether. You have hedged me behind and before, and laid Your hand upon me. … Continue reading COME SAY HELLO TO A FRIEND!
I felt like things were too hard, overwhelming, and devastating. I had a drop off in all interests, things appeared so hard to keep doing, and worse of all, no matter how hard I tried, I was scarcely noticed, much less appreciated. But then, I remembered why I started and who’s really got my back from the onset and so, I told myself, “Be strong, … Continue reading WHY HAVE YOU STOPPED RUNNING?
I’ve recently become a totally faithful Christian. I want to tell my friends and family about how great God is. I even want to tell random persons too. Clare explains with so much vigour. Hello there, as always, it’s good to have you here again. Today, I’ll be discussing very briefly, believers as a connection, passage and intermediate route. And this I have titled, … Continue reading BE THE BRIDGE
When it comes to trust, Clarke definitely has issues. He has the habit of “self-trust”. He surely has formed the habit through years of trusting people, getting hurt and then, finding out he couldn’t trust them anymore. So Clarke decided: If I want something done, I’ve got to do it myself. If I don’t ask anybody for anything or open my heart to them, they … Continue reading SONS, TRUST YOUR FATHER