What do I want? Do I know what I want?
Then Monday morning happened. We woke up to the news that Iquitos was on total lock-down. Airports, seaways, and roads were all shut down. We were not allowed to leave. No one could get in. No one could go out. We watched as all flights got canceled domestically and internationally. We were stuck, and no one knew for how long.
“If you have never begged God to help you let go of someone, you have never truly loved”… I push myself to release, and each time I try, it is like trying to kill a part of me in many ways. You are a part of me.
I thought that this was a curse I would have to learn to live with for the rest of my life. So, I began to deal. I learned how to live life with the emptiness, the brokenness, the pain. I learned how to smile even when everything inside of me was weeping. There was no light at the end of this never-ending tunnel.
Dear You, I have known you for as long as I can remember. I once heard a quote that says “There’s a friend who sticks closer than a brother”, and […]
Inspired by Aflame for God, by Smith Wigglesworth By desensitizing people to miracles, to divine manifestations, and to divine works, we as a people desire less of the works -calling […]
What are you afraid of? What keeps you up at night? Honestly, I have been scared. Scared, without realizing that I am afraid. Scared, with no certainty of what I […]
…Sometimes, to better understand where you are going, you need to look back on where you are coming from… Often times I forget the bondage from which I was freed. […]
Transitioning between 2 activities in class… Student: Miss can I make a comment?. Me: Sure. Student: I don’t know if I should. Me: Ok, then we can move on. […]
“Be Yourself, Everyone Else Is Already Taken” – Oscar Wilde “Nobody Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent” – Eleanor Roosevelt These quotes were ones I held onto […]
“On the hill far away, stood an old rugged Cross, the emblem of suffering and shame…” (Bennard, 1913). On the hill, on that Cross, was where the battle for my […]
The Word started it all, sustains it all, and will settle it all. The Word is the beginning, middle, and end. I was meditating on the Book of John, particularly […]
If I could be jealous of anything in this life, I would be jealous of those who came to God (through Christ) early. The pain, loss, misunderstandings, heartbreaks, and wasted time that I could have avoided. All the wasted efforts and trivial pursuits that could have been avoided. Oh boy. […]
“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love” (1 Corinthians 13:13). Love… We say it, we think we know it, we give it, and we hope to experience it as we go about our day to day life. Love… That four letter […]
I was privileged enough to read a book by one of my mentors (from afar) titled; “Shaken: Discovering Your True Identity in the Midst of Life’s Storms.” This book is coauthored by […]