The heaviness of depression, hopelessness and anxiety tend to make us feel super stuck. But can we truly help how we feel and think? Yes, it depends on what we focus on; it depends on the choices we make. The Lord tells us to think on the things which are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, … Read More Choices
Do you meditate? When most people think ‘meditation‘, they think it’s becoming one with the universe, aligning with the stars or other spiritual beings or repeating mantras or incantations but it’s simpler than this. There are two types of meditations, eastern meditation and biblical meditation. Eastern meditation teaches people to be conscious of their senses… Read More Meditation
When we forgive others and ourselves, we show God that our faith is in Him. We also demonstrate to God and others that He is God and we are not. This in itself is humility and God honors the humble and gives them grace (James 4:6). Grace: unmerited mercy (favor) of God; the strength of… Read More Step into Grace
It is very important to release and renew our mindsets when we are in deep sorrow or struggling with debilitating thoughts. We know that God and has our best interest in mind. Our keys to receive healing lies in our willingness to forgive. We give up our power to be judge over what others have… Read More Step into Peace
It’s okay to admit what you are feeling. Being honest with yourself is crucial for healing! The Lord Jesus came to give us a life of abundance and an eternal life (which starts now) with God; but Satan came to kill, steal and destroy that life. One of Satan’s traps is to plant seeds of… Read More Be Honest: It’s Crucial
One of the greatest skillsets we can build is emotional intelligence and resilience. On a daily basis we are triggered by external triggers but the truth is: we have options. If we choose to, we can bounce back from negative emotions by re-directing our focus. There was a man in the Bible named Elijah. He… Read More External influences
Your family is not your enemy. Your spouse is not your enemy. Your child, their friends , your boss, your coworkers; People are not your enemy. We are fighting against influences and mindsets filled with limited/wrong beliefs. Many of us struggle to acknowledge that our upbringing has conditioned us to respond to life and others.… Read More Do you know your enemy?
As a Hispanic female, I’ve experienced racism, stigmatization, profiling and hatred. But as a Hispanic female, I have also grown up around biased conversations, stereotypical assumptions and erroneous belief systems passed down from previous generations. It is not okay to dismiss the conversations at hand. It is very insensitive to say that there are better… Read More The 2020 shift
Anger is the result of other emotions; it is primarily a protective response to: feelings of fear, sadness and hurt. having our standards violated; like betrayal, deception, blackmail, and other things we consider crossing the line. having blocked or unmet expectations; in other words, disappointment. In order to conquer anger, we must first understand anger… Read More Anger
What happens after we die? One thing is certain: we will all die. Death has no preference, young, old, rich or poor, handsome or ugly, ambitious or lazy. Eternal life is for everyone, but its on you.The Bible says that if you believe with your heart and confess with your mouth that Jesus Christ is… Read More It’s up to you!
Thank you Father God for today, another day. I’m grateful for my family and friends, I thank you for keeping them and guarding them from the enemy. I pray for the people who may be feeling angry and frustrated with the state of our country. I pray you strengthen our hearts and help us set… Read More
Thank you Father God for today. You’ve given us another day, another opportunity. Thank you for your new mercies and unmerited love and favor. Thank you for being present and in control. You are sovereign in our lives and in the life of our loved ones. Today I pray for hope and strength for us… Read More Wisdom & Strength