This last semester has been nothing what I expected, but it has been everything I needed. I’ve seen plans fall through, I’ve seen my heart break, and I’ve never been more stretched in my life. Through every struggle, frustration and question in my heart, I have realized the reality of waiting on God. I would be lying if I said it was easy; this has … Continue reading How I Learned to Wait.
This season is nothing what I expected, but it is everything that I need. I have never been more broken, but I have also never felt more whole. God has been blowing me away every day with deeper revelation and healing. In the past month, the Holy Spirit has lovingly touched on areas in my heart that are still in bondage and brought up past wounds. … Continue reading I Never Expected For This To Happen.
As I have entered this new chapter of my life, I know the Lord wants me to walk in greater joy. Over the course of a couple weeks, I have made it a priority to study more on the realities of joy. I understood what joy looked like, but I wanted to walk in it myself. When temptations and trials arise how do I experience … Continue reading The Realities of Joy!
Four or five months I never would have thought I would be where I am today. For several months, I had all my plans lined up to live in a different city, attend a different school and study a different major, but the Lord had complete different plans. Sure, I could have remained true to my plans, but I believe I would be missing out … Continue reading My New Adventures Lately
“Great is His faithfulness; His mercies begin afresh each morning.” Lamentations 3:23 From the moment you open your eyes, the Lord’s goodness is present. He holds out His love in the palm of His hands like a glass of refreshing water. In order to even recognize the gift He offers, you must obtain a hunger and thirst. A true hunger is one that longs for … Continue reading Rivers of Living Water.
The Lord led me to John 11, the story of the raising of Lazarus, and I initially wanted to skip the chapter since I’ve heard the story countless times. I assumed I already knew everything about it, but I was so wrong. God opened my eyes and softened my heart to many things I’ve overlooked in the past. When Lazarus, Mary and Martha’s brother, became … Continue reading Rolling the Stone Aside.