Friday, October 23, 2015
Disclaimer: You're probably gonna need one of those hand-held church fans with Harriet Tubman's face on the front because this message is gonna set some lukewarm Christians on fire, nevertheless, you can't escape the truth.
Lately, I've been seeing a lot of memes on Facebook depicting muscular, secular-looking men praying. Of course, these memes are going viral because they project the very thing a lot of believing women want: secular men with a hint of righteousness. Amazingly enough, the Lord dealt with me some time ago about the heart of His daughters. He showed me how many handsome, secular men were rising up and sharing "their versions" of the gospel, but these men weren't right with God. They were double-minded and full of worldliness. Their hearts were turned away from God and they saw ministry as a "career opportunity". They came to the church and began to share many of the SAME messages some of the God-appointed leaders had been sharing all along, but they became popular because of their outer appearances. They were religious parakeets, mocking many of the men of God who have gone before them, but their predecessors words had fallen on deaf ears because they hadn't come wrapped in attractive flesh. The Lord always reminded me of the appearance of Christ Jesus.
Isaiah 53:2 (NIV): He grew up before him like a tender shoot, and like a root out of dry ground. He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to him, nothing in his appearance that we should desire him.
Saturday, September 19, 2015
One prayer that I prayed to the Lord a while back was that no matter where He took me to never let me be in a place where I think I don't need Him. I asked the Lord to make it where I will always need Him because I truly understand that a lot of people get the wealth and stability they think they need to live their lives, and from there, they stop serving God. Some of them begin to worship God in their flesh, meaning, they become religious. They begin to speak scriptures and a bunch of Christian idioms, but their hearts are far from God. Some are even charismatic in their delivery of the Word, but they don't practice the same Word they preach. I don't want to become that person... ever.
Monday, August 31, 2015
Well, she's finally here...my newest book entitled Sex, Lies and Soul Ties. This book has pulled on me to the point where I had to tap out of me and tap into the Lord. When I tell you that this book is going to bless you, I'm not just saying this because I'm the Author; I know it's going to bless you because it blessed me as I was writing it.
The topic of sex and soul ties is a sensitive one, because our society considers any discussions of sex to be somewhat taboo. Additionally, most people don't truly understand soul ties. They know what they've heard about soul ties, but they don't understand what soul ties are, how soul ties are truly formed and how soul ties affect their lives. That's why I couldn't pass up the opportunity to let God pour information into me that would allow me to write such a powerful and informative book. And let me tell you, when the Lord pours the truth in you, it offends every lie you've been told.
Friday, August 21, 2015
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Thursday, January 22, 2015
There are many women who are "waiting" on GOD for their GOD-appointed husbands, and while this may be admirable, it can also be error. The general mindset for waiting women is: I'm ready for my husband. I'm just waiting on him to find me. Such thinking comes from a common mindset found in women, and that mindset is: Every relationship I was in that failed was the fault of the man, so therefore, I am just waiting on that one man who will appreciate what the last man didn't appreciate. Here's the thing: That last guy (and every guy before him) got with you because you had a void, sin, or a lack of understanding that opened the door for him to enter into your life. This means you were NOT ready to be found by your GOD-appointed husband, thus the reason you ended up being discovered outside the will of GOD by the wrong man. In other words, you do need a change of heart after all.
Sunday, January 11, 2015
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Thursday, December 18, 2014
He's smart, handsome, cute and successful. He's everything you think you want in a man. And best of all, he's interested in you....Yes you! So, you bat your eyes and put on your widest grin. It appears your wait is over. It appears you've been found, and the man who's found you is perfect for you. This guy is so good, you're determined to lock him in. Like any good investor, you decide to put an offer on the table for him. You're offering him the best of you, and all he has to do is give you his last name. Nevertheless, before he accepts the offer, he wants to take you for a test run to see if you're worth your asking price, and because you don't want to let that one get away, you decide to passive-aggressively accept his offer. No, you won't open your mouth and say you're willing to let him have sex with you in hopes that he'll take you to somebody's altar and marry you. Instead, you decide to pretend that the random and somewhat spontaneous sex was an unplanned event that you're not too happy about. Once he comforts you, however, you begin to relax a little and you stop pretending that you got “caught up in the moment” and you just start letting “it” happen. You are officially in a sexual relationship and you make no apologies for it.