I just wanted to reach out to you again asking for your mercy, grace, and blessings. I’ve talked to so many of my brothers and sisters in Christ and I’ve felt their pain. I’ve heard their struggles, and as the world gets darker, I’ve seen them start to lose hope.
Continue reading “A Peace Prayer”
I pray that every person reading this has peace in their heart. May an all-encompassing stillness fall on them to ease their nerves and pain. My love abolish hate and fear. May calm settle their souls. May November bless each and everyone of you with prosperity, wisdom, strength, growth, and much more.
Turn Your Brightness Up!
I’ve been very transparent about my struggles on here. I even admitted that my posting schedule has dropped significantly because of these struggles. Yesterday, I was talking with a mentee about love, life, and everything in between. God and the concept of prayer came up. While encouraging him through my weakest moments, something I told him resonated with me. Continue reading “Pray WITHOUT ceasing”
For the record, I am probably ten years old deep down inside. I never learned how to pray from someone. I always did the poem prayers but never learned how to make my own. So, when I talk about a relationship with God. This is new for me. Here’s what I learned so far about prayer.
Continue reading “How I Learned How to Pray”
Yesterday, I wrote about a short story about my relationship with God growing up. It started off very oppositional and foreign, but has eventually become more natural and familial as I’ve gotten older. I’ve now gotten to a point where I want more. The question is how do you build a relationship with God?
Continue reading “My Christian Life as A Love Story (Pt. 2): Relationship with God”
I’ve talked before about my grandmother and the way she molded my life for the better. She had a cameo as my angel in my Letter to Black Women and frankly, I can talk about her until I’m blue in the face. But, the story I want to share today is how a simple prayer changed my life. Continue reading “How Prayer Saved My Grandmother & Me”
As a subtle but not so subtle transition, I spoke about all types of relationships except the one that is most important to me, God. All this week is inspired by my exploration of my relationship with God. I wasn’t able to see The Shack yet, so let’s talk about a surprise enjoyment, War Room instead.
Continue reading “War Room (Movie Reflection)”