Showing posts from December, 2008

Ayiesha Woods: Big Enough

Contemporary Christian Artist. Big Enough is my jam! Ayiesha Woods on Myspace

Not Easily Broken

Wondering where Morris Chestnut has been? Well this check this movie out. It is based on T.D. Jakes' novel. The trailer looks nice. Visit the official site at Sony Pictures.

Wait on the Lord

Have you ever seen those people who are waiting on the Lord? They seem to be just mulling around, waiting on the Lord to move something in their lives. Because I am a woman of action, I can say that there have been many times in my life when I should have waited on the Lord. Instead, I decided what the solution would be and took action, my kind of action my way. I know now that I should have slammed on the breaks and waited on God. I am not talking about sitting around doing nothing and waiting for God to do it for me though. If I do that, I know that I will be doomed. Waiting on the Lord is about consulting him before we take action. Pray and meditate on his word, let it soak in before we do something rash. Consult with God through the Bible and prayer. Waiting on the Lord is about acting in 100% faith. It is about being disciplined enough to do what God ask of us and not what we feel like or what the world tempts us to do. Now, everyday we are tempted by our desires and emotions and

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Stay Away from Apathy

Today I feel blah. I know that I need to write something so that I can speak to God, but I don’t know where to begin. In truth, I have not inclination to do so; however, I forced myself. I looked up scripture and did not feel moved or touched by anything until I found 1st Thessalonians, chapter five, starting at verse five. It was with those words that I realized I had to put my apathy to rest. We all have those moments when we go through the motions of life. We go to school, go to work, take care of the family, and live life as if we are on cruise control; we go through the motions of living. There is a level of apathy that is intrinsic in living like that, a detachment that is void of real emotion. In truth, not only can we become apathetic in our daily lives but it can cross over to our spiritual one as well, affecting the word, our goals, dreams, and reason for living. This lack of zest and emotion is from a dark place. This lack of interest, true excitement is not of God. Imagine

Purpose Driven Life Redux

So, if you haven't noticed and how could you not, I have not been really keeping up on my posts let alone posting my thoughts on Rick Warren's book, Purpose Driven Life . I have read the book and wrote up my thoughts; however, when I look back on what I wrote, they are now outdated. The essence may still be the same but what I was going through in my life is now different, the circumstances are different. So here's the deal. I am going to start over, sort of. I have done entries up to day 9, so I will start reading the book again and write new thoughts that reflect my mood now. Personally, I think it is a fabulous book that one should read every year if they can, so I have no qualms about reading it again. Please, feel free to join me or not. If you do decide to join me and need to buy the book, please do so from the link below.