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The Destiny Diva!
A major part of my life's purpose is to encourage others. After experiencing and overcoming some of the most devastating disappointments one could imagine, I survived. But I didn't survive for my own benefit alone. No, now I must do all I can to help you understand that you can survive as well. Not only can you survive, but you can also thrive! Read more inside...
It is a joy and a blessing to once again greet my preachingwoman.com family. Last month, we talked about embracing destiny by overcoming poor self esteem. This month, we will focus on the similar topic of, "Overcoming Negative Words From Others." I am a fairly young woman, and those of you from my generation can probably relate to the adage that says, "Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me." Lord, I don't know who created that quote but I have found that to be so not true. Words have so much power, and as Christians, we need to be very cognizant of and selective about the things that we allow people to speak into our lives. This also holds true for our children because they will take on whatever attributes we speak into them. Read more inside...
How does one overcome abuse and poor self esteem? First, as children of God, we must understand that regardless of what others think of us, we are very precious in the sight of God. We understand that He loved us enough to give up the greatest sacrifice by sending His son, Jesus Christ, to die for our sins. But He also loves us so much that He already has a blueprint for His children. We know this from His Word as shown in Jeremiah 29:11. He has plans for us to have a hope and a future. He thinks good thoughts toward of us; thoughts of peace, not thoughts of evil. Read more inside...
Praise God from whom all blessings flow! Once again, I am excited to meet you here at preachingwoman.com. Over the past two months, we've talked about this phenomenon called destiny. We've already established that it is a very integral part of life for those who choose to embrace it. But we also established that sometimes there are obstacles that stop us from actively pursuing our destiny. So, this month, we will address the first of the obstacles that we identified last month: fear. Read more inside!
Life's adverse situations have caused many a believer to accept the downs of life as the final verdict over the jurisdiction of our lives. This is not just a mere statement; this is something I know for myself. When you have given and given and given all that you have and then find that the very essence of who you are and what you have done is all on the ground, there is a feeling of defeat that can penetrate your soul to the point where you may never feel any self-worth again, let alone that there is an appointment with destiny. Read more inside...
The formal definition of a diva, however, is the one that's closest to my interpretation. The dictionary basically defines a diva as a woman of outstanding talent, generally in the area of music, but possibly transcending to the areas of theatre, cinema and popular music. To that end, and for my purposes of identifying myself as the Destiny Diva, I resolve that a diva is a woman of strength and focus. But most of all, she is a true disciple of Jesus Christ. She is one who walks in full confidence of everything the Word of God says about the plans for her life. Find out more inside...