Discover the strength within to break free from the chains of pain, resentment, and bitterness. Transform your pain into purpose and embrace victory. Let go of the past, forgive, and surrender to God's loving hands. With Him as your anchor, rise above your circumstances and live a life of purpose. Are you tired yet? The choice is yours. The victory is waiting.
Have you ever struggled with forgiveness? Perhaps you've been hurt by someone and find it hard to let go of the pain and resentment. It's understandable to feel this way, but it's important to remember that forgiveness is not just for the person who hurt you, but also for your own healing and freedom.
As a leader, it can be tempting to fall into the trap of people-pleasing and avoiding difficult conversations to maintain the peace. However, this often leads to neglecting our own boundaries and allowing others to mistreat us. It's time to break free from this cycle and find true healing and freedom.
Losing a loved one is never easy. But what happens when we feel pressure to only remember the good and ignore the bad? In this blog post, I share my personal journey of learning to embrace the truth and find healing in the midst of grief.
I was 18 yrs old, just graduated high school, smelling myself and thinking I was grown grown and ready to express and embrace my independence. My friends and I decided we was gonna go meet up with some boys in Binghampton. I lied to my mom and told her I would be staying with a friend who had moved from Getwell Garden to Binghampton as well as babysitting for my auntie Pam (R.I.P). We actually stayed in a TRAP house with some guys on Princeton. I met this guy and was laid up with him all week. One night, another guy came over, and asked me to iron his clothes for him to go to the club. Well, I said...