Wrapping up May (Surrender and Healing)

‘Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.’ A.A.Milne As we come to the end of May, I am thankful for the graciousness and the love of the Father. I started this month with this mindset that everything would change. I would end this month with a job, I would find purpose again and I would be happier than the … Continue reading Wrapping up May (Surrender and Healing)

A short reflection, (Guard your heart)

This week I have been choosing to be intentional with filling myself up with the word of God, with quiet meditation and prayer. I am not going to do an in-depth blog this week as I have been using this time to refresh and to lean to the Father; as the Lord has been helping me to find peace and rest in his presence. I … Continue reading A short reflection, (Guard your heart)

Psalm 73 (The desires of our heart)

Psalm 73 reminds us how easy it is to become entranced and envious of other people’s lives. When we see others succeeding even when their ways are not always right and just. It can lead us to become bitter to the life that we have. We see the life we have as not enough, and others seem to be enjoying their way of life better. … Continue reading Psalm 73 (The desires of our heart)

God’s grace through this season.

I wanted to take some time to reflect on this past season, for me I have found it a struggle. I am sure that is relatable for many of you reading this. Many days have left me feeling perplexed and unfulfilled and sad. I was trying to motivate myself on but realizing that I was struggling to see the purpose in the day. I felt … Continue reading God’s grace through this season.

Psalm 42 (Continue in hope)

There are a lot of concerns/worries crowding our hearts at this uncertain time. A lot of these things do lead to our soul feeling downcast and disturbed within us. In this blog, I want us to take time to meditate on Psalm 42. For many of us it will be a psalm that hits home at this time. While, in the psalm, the psalmist acknowledges … Continue reading Psalm 42 (Continue in hope)

Wrapping up April (Choosing to find joy)

‘With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.’  (Eleanor Roosevelt) April seems to be one of those months, that has lasted about five months. However, it is surprising to be at the end of it. While my mindset has not been the most positive this month; I have realised that only I have the power to change that. This month I have been … Continue reading Wrapping up April (Choosing to find joy)

Trusting in the promises of God (For I know the plans I have for you)

‘“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call on me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you.’ (Jeremiah 29v11-12)   I write this blog knowing it is something my heart needs at this moment. The … Continue reading Trusting in the promises of God (For I know the plans I have for you)

Wrapping up March (A new rhythm)

This week, I wanted to do something a little more lighthearted. At the moment, our minds are overwhelmed with a lot of information and trying to find routine. For this wrap up, I want to share with you some of my favourite things from this month. What I have been enjoying, what I have been reading and what I have been learning. I hope you … Continue reading Wrapping up March (A new rhythm)

Slowing down. (Learning to be at peace)

We all see life changing now. Places that used to be full of life, now empty and dark. The people we love kept at a distance because we want to protect them. Even the everyday rhythm of life, has halted. The rushed rhythm has now become slow and quiet. We see the news filled with new measures on how to protect us, while reminding us … Continue reading Slowing down. (Learning to be at peace)

Journeys in the valley. (Supporting one another)

‘When Jesus saw their faith, he said. ‘Friend, your sins are forgiven.”’ (Luke 5v20) The idea for this blog came to me, as I was lying in bed last night. I was about to fall to sleep, when my mind began being filled with all these thoughts about the account of the paralysed man. I was tired, I was ready to fall asleep, but I … Continue reading Journeys in the valley. (Supporting one another)