Be Still

Whether you are a college student, an entrepreneur, or an executive at a company, November and December are some of the busiest months of the year. Final Exams and end of the semester projects start accumulating, negotiations need to be closed by the end of the fiscal year, decorations are beginning to be hung, and the joy of giving gifts starts to arise as one begins to write the names of the friends and family,

As for me, I can definitely say it is the most wonderful time of the year. I H A T E {excuse the use of such a strong word} not being able to write and work on the blog as I would like to. Busyness get the best of me when it comes to taking time to write and express what is on my heart as God speaks to me.

Sometimes, we interpret our own condition based on the conditions in our world around us.

Refused to be moved by what you see.

Faith does not come from striving; it comes from surrendering. It is not the product of works; it is the product of yielding. In the midst of it all, regardless of what you and I may be facing today, we need to remember that, the answer to it all is sitting at the feet of Jesus.

Be confident and peaceful in who you are and what you carry.

Is your focus on what is not or on what you’ve got?

“Steep your life in God-reality, God-initiative, God-provisions. Don’t worry about missing out. You’ll find all your everyday human concerns will be met. Give your entire attention to what God is doing right now, and don’t get worked up about what may or may not happen tomorrow. God will help you deal with whatever hard things come up when the time comes.” (Matthew 6:33-34 MSG)

When you allow your heart to discover the heart of our Heavenly Father, and you align your plans with His purposes, God will give you the things that the rest of the world has to grasp for.

What you magnify, you make more of.

You will find what you look for.

Here are a few thoughts I want you to remember:

  1. Your life with God is an eternal relationship starting from the moment He created you.
  2. Life is not just about perfecting these skills that makes us believers it is about our journey with God.


Always build up, cheer up, and draw near.

The lifestyle that Jesus modeled is an invitation to do the same.

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