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As Gracious as God

The true test of love is the willingness and, ultimately, ability to forgive every conceivable wrong of the beloved. To enter into a sacred and binding commitment with another soul, one must be ready to become as gracious as God!

A Firm Hand

A firm hand is not a violent hand, Nor an aggressive one… A firm hand is a guiding hand, And a persuasive one. It cuts through the resistance of folly And instructs in wisdom. It endures the many testings of doubt, And instills faith in love… It inspires […]

Blessed in the Valley

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I’ll fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me ” (Psalms 23:4) I feel overwhelmed, challenged and on the brink of failure. I have so much to do, […]

Yes Lord! (A Song)

Yes Lord, Yes Lord All I can say is Yes Lord All I’ll ever say is Yes Lord It will be Yes from me everyday. Yes Lord, Yes Lord I’ll do Your will O Lord I’ll follow You still O Lord It’s Yes for me all the way… […]

Inescapable Favour

It is good to know who you are in Christ, but even if you don’t or forget, you can’t run away from God’s favour.  This is a lesson I learnt recently, and God used my own family to teach me. I thank God that for as long as […]

To My Groom

On our wedding day, I make this vow to you my love xxx I vow to always remember how much I missed you before you walked into my life… I vow to always appreciate how you uniquely complement and contrast me I vow to always see your genuinty […]

Treasured Bridal Memories

One of my most treasured memories, as I have prepared to wed my true love, is of the semi-surprise bridal shower and engagement party my sisters, best friends and fiancé threw for me. There were so many things special about that evening, but the most touching were the […]

My Womb Cryeth

My womb doth cry and cry… For the thing that delighteth it so, It did not receive. In the days past, It hath gathereth and prepareth A place so inviting and intimate, Where it may conceive and nurture The seed of a man… But alas, the month has […]

If I had a gun

If I had a gun, I’d hold TV captive for 40 days So that husbands and wives, brothers and sisters Fathers and sons, and mothers and daughters Would learn the art of conversation If I had a time machine, I’d travel to the Last Day And watch the […]

The Panic of the Pessimistic

I haven’t always been a pessimist.  I used to be optimistic.  In fact, I’ve always been an idealist and a dreamer, so I don’t get this pessimistic side to me.  All I know is, I expect the worst, and when good things happen to me, I am more […]

No one else

All the candles are out, babe. There’s only me and you. In the stillness, there’s peace And the beginnings of joy… As I realise I’ve found my happiness, That I don’t need to wrestle No longer with mind, soul nor spirit. There’s no shadow of the past Calling […]

Conversations With God – Part 2

The leading came again to continue the series on Conversations With God.  This writing deals with the things that hinder our prayer time with the Father.  I’ve identified five key obstacles, but there could be more.  They are: Time; Insincerity; Pride, Doctrine and Language.  I will address each one […]

Hanging by the river…

Sometimes, when we are set free, we are still bound by our fear.  Mostly, it is the fear of change, failure and/or rejection, which stops us from walking in our new liberty.  We hang around the familiar, the common, and do not exercise our faith.  This is not […]

Martha and Mary at Christmas

“But one thing is needful: and Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her” (Luke 10:42). There’s a story in the Bible about Martha and Mary (Luke 10:38-42), two sisters who loved the Lord Jesus.  Martha was a servant with her love.  […]