It has been a year when a devastating truth surfaced in my marriage. It was a time I can remember as one of the deepest moments in my life. I was only hoping against hope because everything seems uncertain and fearful. Now, after a year, that moment becomes a memorial of God's faithfulness and goodness.... Continue Reading →
What matters is this moment. The "now". I can only be thankful for the moments gone and hope for the best for the next moments to come. This moment now is created for me so that I can continue to live for my purpose - to glorify the One Who created me and to Whom... Continue Reading →
A dream requires a journey. - Jimmy Evans Happy 36th birthday to my Joi, my partner in this journey towards the ultimate Dream.
Were my first three weeks teaching in the public school joyful? I would say, my heart was broken. I experienced crying while on a tricycle ride home. But it's not because I was overwhelmed with the adjustment of starting class at six in the morning, or having 50 to 60 students per class, or accomplishing... Continue Reading →
Words are not enough to express my thankfulness and joy for having these fathers - my father, Papa Reve; and my husband, Daddy Joi! My whole life won't be enough to thank the Greatest Father of all, to whom I cry daily, "Abba, Father". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERrBENQlCJw https://youtu.be/rRBrAr_GY6Q
VERSE AND PRAYER TODAY The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him. Psalm 28:7 Lord, thank You so much for being a reliable source of strength. Every step I take is weak but made strong by... Continue Reading →
VERSE AND PRAYER TODAY Genesis 50:20 But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive. Lord, thank You for being my God. Help me to accept that what I am going through is for my good,... Continue Reading →
It's about Judas and Peter. Both betrayed Jesus. Both eventually realized the gravity of their failures, but their responses afterwards were different. Judas repented but then hanged himself. Peter confessed his mistake, repented, and had a revived relationship with the Lord. The mention of these two individuals in our Sonday school this morning was a... Continue Reading →