There are billions of men in this world and not one of them is perfect. As a matter of fact, every man comes with his own set of issues, and it goes without saying that every woman comes with her own set of issues as well. Nevertheless, when God has changed us, renewed our minds and released us to be found by our God-ordained husbands, it is because He has cleaned us up and determined that whatever issues we have won't be severe to our marriages or our relationship with Him. Sometimes, He will use our spouses to point out these issues, and if we are wise, we will take our problems to the Lord and let Him deliver us from them. If we are foolish, we will become combative and refuse to make a change.
Hello beautiful women of God and thank you for your continued support. I love sharing with you what the Lord shares with me, and for a long time, I thought that God would only use me to minister to my sisters in the Lord. I didn't anticipate Him using me to help the fellows as well, and that's largely due to a misinterpretation of scriptures. Nevertheless, God has always used me to instruct men about women, and one of the things I've learned is...men need understanding too!
Hey beautiful women of God! Be sure to check out this POWERFUL new audio message entitled, Before You Marry the Wrong Man. The reality is...there are two men heading your way who are not the God-appointed ones. There is Ishmael and there is Obvious. Mr. Obvious will always give you clues to his identity, and he is often regarded as Ishmael, so when the real Ishmael finds you, he will always look like the Promise. The real Ishmael isn't so obvious; instead, he will look, sound, and behave like the real deal, and that's why it's important to have information...and lots of it!
Earlier this evening, I went to Walmart to pick up a few items. When I'd completed my shopping, I made my way to one of the few registers I saw open. The lines were pretty backed up, so I didn't bother trying to see which register had the shortest line. I simply pushed my cart to an open register and stood in line. As it turned out, the line I'd chosen was obviously a pretty decent line because there were only two families standing ahead of me. The first woman was probably alone, but I'd initially thought the teenage girls were with her. She looked Hispanic, but the two teenagers I'd initially seen were obviously biracial. It wasn't long, however, before I realized the two girls were not with her. They were with the woman directly in front of me, and there was another young lady standing with them, but she appeared to be pretty distant from them. The two teenage girls were bubbly and very chatty with one another, but the other young lady was a rebel. She looked to be anywhere between nineteen to twenty four years old and she was heavy set. Unlike the young ladies with her, she didn't dress girly, nor did she seem to be enjoying herself. I could see anger in her. I could see hatred in her. I could tell that she wanted to fight someone, somewhere...anything.