Why Celibacy Could Be Good For Your Relationship

First of all, let’s not pretend that it’s going to be easy to do. There are urges, there will be tempting situations (especially when you two are alone), and there will be second guessing about the decision itself. Celibacy is not something you just turn on, just for the sake of saying you are celibate; it requires real commitment. It is one of the hardest things to commit to in life. Continue reading Why Celibacy Could Be Good For Your Relationship

When God Isn’t Pleased, You’d Better Fix It..

when you sense The Lord speaking into your soul about how unhappy or disappointed He is in you, you’d better do whatever it takes to fix it. Spiritually speaking, we cannot thrive without God’s approval of what we do. If we are seeking to make things right within ourselves without first seeking the approval of God, we are doing it in vain. Continue reading When God Isn’t Pleased, You’d Better Fix It..

Are You OK With Being Flawed?

How many of us can honestly admit our flaws? How often do we take time to seek our flaws and work on them as much as we do with our strengths just to brag about them? Admitting your flaws to yourself can be one of the most hurtful things to do. At times, the rude awakening comes when someone we love points them out. When we see the ugliness of ourselves, we get defensive and think people are judging us. I’ve been guilty of this before; we all have. Continue reading Are You OK With Being Flawed?

What It Means to Be A “Cry Baby”..

Growing up, I was really sensitive.. I cried easily, so I eventually built a wall up to protect myself that eventually got me known as a “mean girl.” People had no idea that I was just really sensitive because I got really good at hiding it, but I’d go home and cry, a lot. The emotions got the best of me, so eventually, I just learned to hide my feelings and let things build up until I exploded with frustration, no longer tears. Continue reading What It Means to Be A “Cry Baby”..