The things your enemies do to you usually have nothing to do with you, and everything to do with them. They are projecting their own dominant thoughts, insecurities, woundings and beliefs on to you because you represent something they are not.
The entire trip in Israel was an extreme spiritual high. It wasn’t even a faith-based trip, I was there on a diplomacy trip, but I felt ridiculous amounts of supernatural power everywhere. From the prayer wall to putting my hand in the hole from Jesus’s cross, to rubbing my hands on the tomb’s stone slab […]
It’s an overwhelming kind of love that makes my knees weak. It’s a love so flawless, that my human mind literally can’t comprehend.
For the nation to specify a WHOLE MONTH to one type of cancer, you know it has to be worth looking into. In fact, statistics show that 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. That’s scary!
Here are the 5 ways God downloaded during my time with Him that helped me remember who I am and why I should be confident regardless of my age, circumstances, outer-beauty and “success.”
It’s happened again. You and your man are sitting on opposite ends of the couch. Or, perhaps, worse — opposite ends of the house. Or even worse — you’ve decided to take an actual, “I’m going for a walk” break. The silence between you is crushing — soul-crushing. Relationship-crushing. Life-crushing.
I can’t begin to explain the intense overflow of euphoria running through my body and in the air at the Prayer Wall in Jerusalem. Jesus had been there, he had touched those same stones I was touching. People are there in the masses from all different walks of life praying, crying and praising God.
I can’t even believe the vortex of powerful, consuming emotions that have overtaken me in my two days in Israel so far. There are so many things to tell you about, it’s hard to know how to channel it in one post. But if I were to impress upon you anything, it would be that this is undeniably the Holy Land. God is here and my faith and trust in Him has deepened.
Maybe you weren’t born into a great family, but it’s important you know your identity. The beginnings of a being a princess start with knowing your true identity. When you strip the money, clothes, and awards away, who are you? You need to believe in yourself.
The first day, this practice felt very foreign to me. I was very emotional and even felt a little ashamed. I questioned myself, ‘How stupid must I be if I cannot even say I love you to myself?’ In that moment, I knew I needed to make a change… not only how I saw myself but also how I treated myself. I realized that if I spoke to others the way I spoke to myself I would have no friends!