The metamorphosis of a butterfly reminds me of the seasons of growing, waiting, and becoming new in Christ. This started as an anonymous blog in 2011 until September 2015 when it was time to come out.
Many times I thought of closing this blog but God put in my heart through His word and through my faith family that even if only one person got directed to this site… if that was you and you were in a passing season of pain, if you saw
…the sure hope you have in God
…that you are not alone
…that circumstances change but God does not
…that in all things (even the bad and ugly) God works for the good of those who love Him
if the Word shared here ministered to you, then it would be worth keeping this site open… because I know the feeling of when victory constitutes just being able to get up and put one foot in front of the other…
My prayer is that God would use the testimonies (His story in people’s lives), prayers, praise songs, and best of all… Scripture shared here, (specially from the first four years of this blog) to give you encouragement regardless of what form your passing valley takes. There are stories here of people who have been through cancer, losing a home, losing the child they waited for, losing their career or a spouse, etc. but they have overcome. Through the power of His Word, our only offensive weapon in the spiritual battles we face (Eph 6:17), may you be strengthened, uplifted, equipped. May you come to know Him in a more intimate way as your personal Savior, Healer, Lover of your soul, Provider, Protector, Restorer, Rebuilder, Deliverer, Comforter, and All-knowing Almighty Ever-present Helper for any situation you face. He will turn your mourning into joy.
By God’s grace, He has taken me through a journey of healing and now through a journey of growing and sharing. Here I am, a perpetual work-in-progress now sharing my adventure as I fumble my way as a child of God, wife, mother, businesswoman/ entrepreneur, boss, baker, cook, lifelong learner, occasional singer, writer, and an aspiring dancer seeking to be His aroma, not mine.
I also like to share with you posts that encourage faith. Mine and yours. Thanks for stopping by!
SONG: HEAR MY PRAYER