Child of God
I pray that the vulnerable moments in my life shed light on any areas that may make you feel as if you are alone: because you are not. As a matter of fact, exposing the real you will be proof that your flaws, insecurities, and weakness make you more relatable to the person standing next to you. And the beautiful picture about this is, GOD wants to use it all.
Why blog about it?
I'd pondered and wondered for a long time before the thought of blogging became an idea - how would one perceive me if I were to ever misplace my journal at work or in church? Every word written in my journal seems to be a pierced, yet delicate, weapon. I found myself jabbing at my heart for either falling into the same sin, repeating the same cycles that could be used against me. But God, in a small still voice, reminded me that if you don't expose the hidden you before His throne and let Him heal you, then the fear of being exposed by men will keep you confined, imprisoned, and fearful.
So here I am, through the nakedness of my writing, sharing how a good, merciful, loving God can still use a girl who thought her chapter ended when she found herself at the lowest she has ever been. This blog site was created to remind someone: You are capable and have the ability to start over - broken pieces that are placed in God’s hands will soon be mended and restored.
From that day on, I gained strength from the idea of ever losing my journal and said to myself, “Let’s talk about it.” Because the truth of the matter is this, no one can tell your story better than you. So why not tell it how it is and help so many individuals along the way as you’re being transparent.
I want to thank you all again for starting this journey with me. I’m excited to share my life journey: the good, the bad, and sometimes the ugly.