The Delight Movement 2018

The Delight Movement has been on the forefront of my mind since this past fall. It was birthed into my spirit at the United Conference this past summer whenever Pastor Daniel Gray prophesied over me. Pastor Daniel was a guest speaker and did not know me, but he knew the God Who knows everything about […]

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Love is Patient

Before many of the well-known attributes of love are expressed in 1 Corinthians 13:4-7, love is first described as patient. The phrase “love is patient” stopped me in my tracks last week, and has constantly been brought to my mind daily by God. I have been praying about who I would go to prom with […]

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Be

My spirit feels faint from the constant pressure to do. I feel guilty whenever I sit down on the couch, watch a movie, or do anything unproductive. I realize my time on Earth is limited, and I want to be intentional with the way I use it. God created me with a desire to do, […]

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Fighting Fear

Fear chokes out freedom. On the outside, your life may seem as perfect as it can be; but on the inside, there’s something holding you back from true life and freedom. The struggle within you is seen by God. He knows the anxious thoughts that pass through your mind. It hurts His heart to see […]

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Be Still and Know

I have honestly not been looking forward to starting school next Monday. I’ve been clinging onto each moment of summer, and the familiarity of the current season I’m in. Change is on the horizon, and quickly approaching me. God has been opening and closing doors. The last part of Revelation 3:7 says “What he opens […]

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Born to Stand Out

“I don’t fit in at school”, whispered my little cousin. She realized she was different, but didn’t know it was a good thing. Do you find yourself standing out more than fitting in? Are you struggling to keep up with the latest trends, and constantly feeling pressure to be in a relationship? We all face […]

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Choosing What is Better

Choosing what is better requires sacrifice, dedication, and discipline. “As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to him. She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said. But Martha was distracted by all the preparations that had […]

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More in Store

What wounds are you hiding? God desires to use the nasty, embarrassing, and hurtful wounds we hide to tell beautiful stories of hope and redemption. I was inspired to write this post from a thought mentioned in Jefferson Bethke’s book It’s Not What You Think. He states, “Only when a wound is a scar will […]

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Hearing the Whispers

Jesus has been convicting me about spending so much time behind a screen and being anxious about temporary things. He was asking me to let go of some things in order to get closer to Him and hear His voice. Fasting is not something we do naturally. It goes against our flesh, and takes self-discipline. […]

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The Things Unseen

The purpose of this life is more about the things unseen. A few minutes ago while praying, I found myself tired and worn out from worrying so much about temporary things. I’ve been trying to keep our house spotless, the TV controls in their designated spot, and all of the laundry folded a particular way. […]

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