when I look inside my heart
I see meadows
tall grass blowing in the breeze
clouds moving softly
to the motion of the angels
mountains in the distant
yet close enough to reach Continue reading
Recently, I was talking to a friend about the craft fair I’d set up a booth at, and she asked me, “Did you ask GOD if you should go to that fair?” Immediately, I began to answer yes but then thought about it and realized no.
The only thing I’d “asked” God was if I should take someone. I never really asked Him IF I should go at all. How interesting is that!
Then, I began to remember what exactly happened during that time frame when the decision was made, and the memory was embarrassing, but I’ll share it with you. Continue reading
Well, some know very well that yesterday was a tough day for me, so this won’t be the most uplifting post. I wasn’t going to write at all, but (of course) I woke up writing in my heart, so (again) God’s gotten His way.
Yesterday, I learned some very valuable lessons from God, not in any condemning way but in the most loving way possible. Right off the bat, I realized the mistake I’d made leading up to the craft fair. Continue reading
anointed as king
but waiting to step into
all the while
expressing his heart
for all to see
through every psalm
through every dance
I feel his anointing
As I sit here with God, I began to write about something “I” wanted to write about (knowing that God wanted me to write about something totally different). I managed to get a title out and one sentence. It was so forced. I KNEW God wanted me to reveal my heart, but I didn’t want to listen. Needless to say, after that ONE sentence, I realized I wasn’t going to get anywhere, so I deleted it and am now writing about what God told me to. Continue reading
business and identity
don’t always mix
being a daughter of the King
I know my worth Continue reading
I’ve published 500 posts on this blog.
Today, a friend saw me dance for Jesus with my worship flags and wrote me this poem: Continue reading