PURITY IS POSSIBLE

Strength to stand Lord for you!!!

He Found Me Worthy

Related imageSo this phrasePurity is Possible has been on my heart and mind for quite sometime now (since second year I used to begin the semester by saying CHASTE2014) that doesn’t mean I am pure far from that. I am gradually and daily working towards it — But how do we tackle the issue of Purity in such a time as this? When this generation believes it is okay to tell a little lie, picking that is not really stealing, flirting is not really a sin, when sex has become a prerequisite of showing affection, a little fornication won’t kill you, fear of being tagged as the inexperienced one by your peers because you haven’t tried sex before and so on. How do we fight this?

How do we stay Pure in a generation with all these godless cultures?

First off, we must come to the terms…

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EXCELLENCE TAKES TIME

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Image result for excellenceJourneying through life — with, the busy schedules, trying to find purpose, what your ministry is, trying to get a career, working on a project, trying to get that degree, making that relationship work, trying to save a broken marriageor maybe picking up the pieces of your life after a divorce— Destiny. Perhaps you heard a word from God— but mind you, God gave several people the same word — so you might have the same vision with sister A or brother B to start a company but then it might not involve the same process— Sister A might need an office space whiles God wants you to start yours in the garage or the back yard of your house…PROCESS.

As developing children, especially during our youth, we often have a greater degree of neuroplasticity in comparison to adults. The brain’s neuroplasticity ensures it remains flexible enough throughout childhood…

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“Distinctively Similar”

We are all unique and wonderfully made 🙂 🙂

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There shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life: as I was with Moses, so I will be with thee: I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. (Joshua 1:5)

Earlier at dawn today, whiles listening to one of Bishop T.D Jakes’ sermons on Destiny Steps, God showed me something I’ve been doing wrong for the past few months. So I created this blog in October, I didn’t post anything until December — this was because I kept wondering if this was really what God wanted me to do and comparing what I write to other bloggers. A part of me was very sure yet after the first six posts I started having second thoughts about it — if He was the sole inspiration behind this, why then am I getting zero, two, five, ten and twenty-three views for my post…

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NOTHING LIKE HER – RUTH

Lesson here is to just obey God and refuse to do wrong!! 🙂

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Image result for pictures of the name ruthI’m guessing you are familiar with the story of RUTH in the Bible — that’s if I’m right. It has been called the most beautiful short story ever written. Studying the book of Ruth, all these amazing attributes — Lol wait, why did my parents name me Ruth? — first off, I am nothing like Her. Yes, I’ve been disobedient and gone contrary to God’s commandments. Stained innocence with a good heart — but just like the story of Ruth I believe there’s redemption in Christ Jesus.

Every event related back to Naomi; her husband’s and sons’ deaths, her daughters-in-law, her return to Bethlehem, her God, her relative, Boaz, her land to sell, and her progeny —  the story views “God through the eyes of a woman.” Naomi has been compared to a female Job. She lost everything: home, husband, and sons—and even more than Job did—her livelihood. She joined the lowest…

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EMBRACING MY TRUTH

We all need to embrace and face our truths. God is the only one who can give us strength to carry on day by day. Be blessed!

He Found Me Worthy

Image result for designs of the word truthI didn’t quite choose the path of obedience, talking my way out of every situation especially when these little fears creep up. Walking into every gathering self consciously, wondering if that stare was for me, don’t be deceived I wasn’t so confident. I remember being in a rush to have a taste of what being a “grown up” was like — experimenting things that didn’t leave me chaste, bad decisions so I dealt with them by covering up.  A few boy issues that I didn’t quite deal with properly, carrying the luggage of verbal abuse as a reminder but on the contrary that is too burdensome.

Had my fair share of struggles and still growing through them just like going through the wilderness so I’m guessing all I need is endurance. Trying to be the light but the guilt from the past and insecurities stare at me in the face —…

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I CAN SENSE IT – TRANSITION

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Image result for image of a woman deep in thought and looking out the windowHave you ever had to question if you were on the right path? Is this really what God wants for me? I sit in church, at work — in a cab, public transport (trotro) and wonder if the person sitting next to me can sense it too. The search for truth — the hunger and thirst for truth, there were times that I could shove it aside. I can’t seem to escape the voice of change. It haunts me until sleep takes over, but the amusing part is, it is waiting for me the moment I open my eyes. I try to drown it with music. Crowding it with the thoughts of doubt and disbelief — I don’t have to face it. It is easier running away from it than confronting it right? I don’t feel ready, Do I even have what it takes?

Sometimes I wish I could go back…

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Yebo Uyangithanda (Yes He Loves Me) Lyrics by Nqubeko Mbatha

Indeed He is with me!!

African Gospel Lyrics


(Sung in Zulu)

Ngiyaz’ uJesu unami (I know that Jesus is with me)
Ebumnandini na sosizini (In happiness and in grief)
Uhlala eKhon’engimbambe ngesandla (He’s always there holding me by the hand)
Yebo uJesu, uyangithanda (Yes Jesus loves me)

Yebo, Yebo uyangithanda (Yes, He [Jesus] loves me)
Yebo, Yebo uyangithanda (Yes, He [Jesus] loves me)

Jesu wami, uyangithanda (Yes, my Jesus loves me)

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So Where Are You From?

Let's 'PhyReason' Together

So I go to a grocery shop to get a few things. I check out of the shop, come out and then I make eye contact with a smiling old lady. I say hello to her and sit by her to wait for my bus which was not coming until the next 30 minutes. We exchange names and the next question she asks still smiling is; “So Where are you from?” Regardless of how well-meaning this woman was – which was obvious in her genuine smile – I was somewhat offended. Do I look that strange that the first question I get after mentioning my name (which is a western name by the way) is where I am from? It couldn’t be my assent either because as I have said earlier, the only words I had spoken were “Hi” and my name “Phyllis”; neither of which have the ‘r’ sound…

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BROKENNESS

#restoration #dontgiveup

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Image result for mental depressionOften times when we hear the word “broke” our minds go straight to an empty pocket or something that loses its whole form and is in pieces or shattered lol not forgetting broken heart. But let’s do this together; imagine yourself holding a wine glass filled with wine and then in a blink it slips from your grip and it lands on the floor, how does it look? Broken pieces of glass right? Does it still look like the glass you want to drink from? So then my question is, does it mean you and I must look like the broken glass?

The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit;  A broken and a contrite heart, O God, You will not despise. (Psalm 51:17)

I believe brokenness has to do with God’s way of using trials, challenges, agony, pain and toil to reduce our outer man (canal man) in…

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