Choosing The Right Foundation

Photo by Manu Camargo (unsplash) The cosmetic industry is a big money making industry which promotes images of flawless models, that women of all ages, strive to become. Women spend millions of dollars yearly for beauty products that will hopefully give them a younger look.  They believe the manufacturer’s foundations, concealers and body creams will…

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Attacks To Our Soul

Photo by Road Trip by Raj A week or so ago, my husband and I were discussing how our souls are attacked in so many ways through the trials of life. For instance, there are times in our spirit when we feel high, on top of the world, then there are times when we feel low…

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Listening for The Lord’s Voice

Photo by Denys Nevozhal This is not my story, the author is unknown, but I thought it was well worth sharing.  Enjoy reading! A young man had been to Wednesday night Bible study.  The Pastor had shared about listening to God and obeying the Lord’s voice.  The young man couldn’t help but wonder, “does God…

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Stuck

Photo by Priscilla Du-preez (unsplash) Most recently, I’ve read several blogs and watched several commercials listing clinical points about depression and mental health which were all informative and brought about much needed awareness in emotional wellness and mental health. These articles and commercials awaken in me my past, in which I too suffered from deep…

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Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award III

I would like to thank the author and creator of “Rising Star” for nominating me for the Ideal Inspiration Blogger Award III.   I am feeling to excited this very moment at the thought of a fellow blogger acknowledging my writings. My blog site Journey In His Word. Rising Star’s Blog is creative and very informative,…

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Monologue of A Lost Child

While going through my files today, I found the poem below.  It is not my writing.  It is by an unknown author, that I thought was worth posting. By an Author unknown: I’m struggling to do the right thing I want to serve the Lord I want to commit to Him Man, why is it…

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You Are Chosen & Loved

Photo by Nicole Wilcox (unsplash) Today I would like to discuss a word that is a big problem in every age group, every culture, and worldwide. The word “REJECTION!” Rejection is not a bad word! It’s a word that is to be used to reject evil and to accept the good in our lives. Unfortunately,…

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Benefits of Studying

Photo by Emma (unsplash) As we journey in God’s Word today, let’s look at Psalms 119:105 “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.“ We can read the Bible from now until eternity and we will never know all the wisdom found in the Bible. What I’ve learned though…

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3 C’s of Evil

Photo by Annie Spratt (unsplash) We live in a world that enjoys promoting, what I like to call the three evils of “competing, comparing and copying.” These three evils are very destructive in nature. They destroy our true identity, destroys our emotional well-being, and creates greed and discontentment in our hearts. These three evils are…

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He Knows Your Name

Growing up was not always easy, we all at one time or another wandered away from home or were disobedient to our mother or father or both. However, they didn’t disown us, when we came to our senses, they welcomed us back, and be disciplined for our wrongful actions, but eventually we learned a valuable…

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Hope In God

Photo by Pexel This past month has been very concerning with the scare of COVID-19. I was out today for the first time, in the past 8 days. As I shopped at a couple stores, it was somewhat alarming to see empty shelves and signs posted limiting shoppers with specific quantities to purchase. People were…

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No Elimination

Photo by Nicolas Hoizey (unsplash) I really enjoy watching cooking shows on television, I especially like watching the competition airings. My favorite programs are the baking or cooking competitions with the kids. It amazes me how these children can bake or cook. They can come up with ideas and concoctions I would have never imagined…

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[Tangie T. Woods] Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

I am honored that Tangie T. Woods, of Mrs. T’s Corner, for nominating me for the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award; and appreciatively accept it. NOTE: Please make sure to read my SPECIAL REQUEST at the end of this blog. Tangie is a Daughter of Our Lord who loves to inspire others with beautiful words of…

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Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award

I am honored to be a recipient of the Vincent Ehindero Blogger Award; and humbly accept it. NOTE: Please make sure to read to the end of this post. Vincent is a motivational writer who inspires all to be the very best they can be. He encourages all to not take life so seriously, rather…

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Failure or Mistake

Photo by Daniela Holzer (unsplash) My granddaughter changed her eating to a vegan diet 2 years ago. For her birthday this year I decided to be adventurous and surprise her by making her a Vegan Birthday Cake. The adventure started out well, I went to the store purchased all the ingredients for the vegan cake…

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Mystery Blogger Award

I have been nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award by Vincent Ehindero. Thank you, Vincent for the challenge and for the recognition. Here are the rules  1. Put the award logo/image on your post. 2. List the rules. 3. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their blog. 4. Answer the 5 questions you were…

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Sunshine Blogger Award

I want to thank Vincent Ehindero for nominating me for this award. I enjoy reading Vincent’s post because his posts are motivating and encouraging for the reader. When asked if I would accept I said yes by posting this blog. This is a great way of encouraging others in our Blog community and for creating awareness for other’s…

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Facing The Storm

Photo by Anne Nyle (unsplash) As far back as I can remember, as a little girl, I was petrified of thunderstorms (this was a fear I caught from my Grandmother). I was so frightened that I would hide under a table, or if in bed I would hide under the blankets. This fear traveled with…

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Christianity – A Lifestyle

Photo by Romina Farias (unsplash) While talking with a friend the other day, she confided to me that she was in need of a change of lifestyle. She stated she wanted to change her “old lifestyle” into a “new lifestyle.” This “new transformation” she said would include a new wardrobe, a new hair style, a…

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