It doesn’t take a genius to figure out just how much evil there is around us. Look at the media for one and it says enough. Though we live in an evil world we are not called to be hermits and monks to hide on the mountain top to escape the evil. Rather we are called to stand firm and fight the good fight. We are called to be salt and light. And we have been given every spiritual blessing under heaven to fight a noble warfare. So be a good soldier and do as the General commands.
The Lord has already provided all that you will need for the battle. The question is are you willing to put on the full Armor of God?
The sad reality :)) haha i’m gaining weight. lol. kidding aside. just got back from work and finished up on chores… i realized that work is not an excuse not to do house hold chores so I made a point to clean the kitchen tonight. scrubbing and all :) soooo fulfilling! :) Thank You Lord for a great day!!! ^___^
Anonymous asked: Do you ever feel like you're losing your faith? I'm really struggling with this and I never ever want to doubt God but sometimes I feel like He isn't really real.
Well there are those times when I do feel weak and when my mind is bombarded with lies and doubts… and yes every believer goes through that. But what keeps me holding on in the fact and truth that God is perfect, that God is just, and that God is always right in His decisions… also that as high as the heavens are above the earth so much greater is His wisdom compared to us. In the moments of doubt, we have to make a conscious effort to fight off the lies and trust in the truth. Don’t give up, keep persevering. The last thing the devil would want you to do is to overcome this period of testing. Also take heart because He that is in you is greater than Him who is in the world. And because of Him who lives in you, you are more than able to overcome it :) God bless you anon!
lost-in-loveeee asked: Your blog makes me want to be a better person, makes me positive. <3
Aww thank you :)
An expert tight rope walker wanted to break the world record and cross over one of the deepest ravines without any nets. So he began advertising his stunt and when the day came a lot of people gathered to watch him.
So the man asked the crowd “Do you believe that I can walk to the end and back without falling?”
"We believe! We believe!" shouted the crowd.
So the man walked all the way to the end and back. The crowd bursted in applause. Then the man asked them once again “Do you believe that I can walk to the end and back with someone riding on my back?”
Once again the crowd shouted in unison “We believe! We believe!”
Then the man asked the crowd “Who will volunteer to ride on my back as I cross the rope?”
The crowd fell silent…so silent that you could hear a pin needle hit the floor. Finally a young boy came up to the man and said “I volunteer.”
The man asked the boy “Are you sure?”
"Yes" came the reply of the boy.
So the boy rode on his back…they crossed the tight rope and came back safely and once again the crowd exploded in cheers. When the boy got off the man’s back he said “That was fun. Thanks dad!”
You see the boy was brave enough to volunteer because he had a relationship with his father. He trusted that his father could do it, and he really believed in his father that he stepped out in faith to volunteer.
Many Christians today are like those in the crowd. Ecstatic to declare that they believe in God yet too doubtful to step out in faith. It’s one thing to say that you believe, it’s another to actually act upon what you believe in.
Until we have surrendered we have not truly believed.
“Why worry when you can pray?”