Monthly Archives: July 2014

For thou art my rock and my fortress; therefore for thy name’s sake lead me, and guide me. (Psalms 31:3)Dear God, I think that there is a place, a time, and a season for every Christian to actively work in your kingdom here on earth. Yet, procrastination has embraced my thoughts, sluggishness has possessed my actions, and self-doubt has controlled my speech. Please forgive me in Jesus’ name.

As I commune with you in prayer, I only glimpse your messages, but I know my excuses well. I cannot finish this book that I am writing because it is fiction and the academic religious community might not take me serious, if and when I receive a theology degree, for I want to write for academia. I repent of my arrogance, but not just my arrogance, my fear of failure, and lack of faith as well. May my faith continue to grow, may I always know that there is no failure in you and may grace and favor always abound in my life.
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Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. —Hebrews 11:1

Wow, so much has taken place since my last post. I am still in divinity school and I think that this is the first semester, where I feel that I am finally becoming acclimated to the course work.

Life in this world is a journey. It has a beginning and an end, from the moment we are conceived in our mother’s womb. Holding my beloved ninety-four years old grandfather’s hand as he crossed over to the other side, I saw his journey come to an end. Words will never express the love that my grandfather and I shared. He was the only earthly father that I knew. He raised me. Cared for me. Treated me with kindness. Loved me as if I was his daughter instead of his granddaughter.

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