Give God Time!

It took God just a few days to take Israel out of Egypt but it took Him 40 years to take Egypt out Israel. It is easier to take you out of the world than it is to take the world out of you. God is changing you. Justification happens in a single moment of faith when God declares the sinner righteous but sanctification is a work of a lifetime. Just consider where you were ten, five or two years ago. The challenges that you faced in the past helped shape who you are today. The challenges you’re facing today are preparing you for the future He is preparing for you. Don’t lose hope & don’t turn back. No one is there yet. Walk in step with God, one day at a time, step by step & He daily creates Christ‘s character I’m you. Change is not an event it’s a process. Forward Ever!- Isaac Kubvoruno

Reading the above statement touch me so much that i just had to share it! I think sometimes we forget that God is a God of order and not of confusion. But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. 2Peter 3:8  Give God time to work things out for you for in that time God is strengthen your faith n HIM. Trust and know HE has everything under control. All we have to do is go in faith, believe in Him, hold on to HIS promise in HIS word. God has not forgotten you so don’t ever think HE has. Remember HE is an on time God. Things sometimes don’t work out still be faithful to God and trust HIM no matter what life throws your way. Remember God is bigger and stronger than anything you may face in your life!  Be encourage. Never forget that this too shall past!

Let God have HIS way in your life today! With Love Dee.


A thought from Dee: Jesus is the best thing that ever happen to me.

My earliest memory of the women of my family has been built around God. The first person to see get baptize was my sister. My grandmother Eunice was first person that taught me to fear God. “Nikki get some place and be still God is at work.” told to me during a thunder storm. My earliest memory of my Grandma Mary was her humming what i would later learn was gospel songs. No matter what time of the day she was studying her bible or talking about the bible.

The bonding of most of my dad sisters and i began in church or something to do with God. I always sat next to my Aunt Williemae in church. Cleaning the church with Aunt Diane and Aunt lou. Coloring Easter eggs w/ aunt pam and Grandma. My mother put me in the choir at three because she saw my talent and that is should used to praise God alone. There nothing like a mother’s prayer i always saw my mother praying and studying her bible. I get my love of singing from my grandma Mary who  always wanted us to  sing the song “one more time” before we depart from our family gathering.

I could go on but the point that i am making is that before i knew Jesus for myself i saw HIM in the women i aspired to be! So that made me want to know Jesus for myself. Because of the women influence i over time came to realize Jesus is Thee best thing to ever happen to me! You become what you see but you have a choice in it all! (This is not to excluded the men of my family at all.)

Jesus is THEE Best thing that EVER Happen to ME! With Love, Dee.

Thought(s) of the day.

Selfishness prevents us from beholding God. The self-seeking spirit judges of God as altogether such a one as itself. Until we have renounced this, we cannot understand Him who is love. Only the unselfish heart, the humble and trustful spirit, shall see God as “merciful and gracious, long-suffering, and abundant in goodness and truth.” Exodus 34:6. Desire of Ages, p. 302


We shall trust God as a child trusts a loving parent. Thoughts from the Mount of Blessing, p. 101.