Do you feel like you are in the desert, surrounded by emptiness with no sign of God’s presence? The Israelites felt the same way after being freed from slavery; however, because they were so focused on what was in front of them, they lost sight of how far they had come and how faithful God had been each step of the way! We all must journey through the wilderness to make it to the Promised Land, but it’s not easy. Only with Yeshua’s help will we make it through and complete the work we were born to do!
Preparation done too late brings demand. People all over the world are in panic mode. Governments are shutting down their borders to stop the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), millions are in quarantine, all activities and non-essential businesses have been closed, and many are losing their jobs. Believers are not called to walk in a spirit of fear, instead, we must put our trust wholly in Yeshua; however, while we walk in the belief that God is in control, we must remain wise when it comes to pandemics and government restrictions.
When you get pregnant for the first time, it’s exciting. For me, I wanted to buy clothes and plan parties. However, no one prepared me for the challenges of parenting. You’re kind of thrown into it. Sometimes you sink, sometimes you swim, and sometimes you walk on water.
For the last two years, I’ve been following Cole and Savannah LaBrant on social media. Their videos used to appear on my news feed on a regular basis; I loved watching Cole’s vines and Savannah’s Musically videos with Everleigh, her […]
In last week’s blog, Pure Boundaries, I touched on the importance of finding your own faith outside of your family’s beliefs. I feel like this was an essential subject to tackle this week because there might be people out there who are struggling with their faith and juggling being honorable while searching for themselves.
Please don’t let the title of this post scare you away. Don’t worry, I’m not going to get into, “Which party do you follow?” or, “Hey, how about that President Trump…” I have my beliefs, and you have yours. We are all entitled to our own opinions, and this is not a site where we only cater to one and not the other.