Wednesday, October 24, 2012

my Dear, says Jesus

There is NOTHING as great, as comforting, as heart warming, as life saving, as beautiful, as soft, as quiet, as gentle, as great and tender, as the love of God.


Nothing will ever satisfy your heart
Nothing will ever bring you peace that LASTS
Nothing will ever help you through troubles
As the love of God would.

Wake up singing your soul into His presence.
Wake up with a thankful heart

A heart that recognizes its sin
A heart that recognizes that HUGE, UN-MEASURABLE, DESPERATE
for His presence.

A heart that is known so well by its Maker.
By its Designer.

Why not trust God?
Why not give your life to the ONLY one who loves you so much He DIED so YOU could LIVE?

Why not?

There is so much He has for you.
So much.
To be blessed, not cursed.
To be loved, not hated.
To be forgiven, not punished.

Look! I stand at the door and knock. If you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in, and we will share a meal together as friends. Revelation 3:20

Face your God, talk to Him, pour your heart out to Him.
He will not push you away nor will He remind you of your sins.
Accept His gift of death on the cross and believe that Jesus resurrected.
Give your life to Him.

If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9

You will be saved.

Jesus says: I love you my Dear.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012


God doesn't call the qualified. He qualifies the called.

What is your qualification?

When God called me, mine was Zero.

I couldn't put together a sentence that would make sense, I couldn't concentrate, I couldn't lead, I couldn't preach. My level of development was not the top notch, to say the least. Mostly because of the environment I grew up in, I lacked hope big time.

And while feeling broken and incapable, I've had only one thing.

Desperate faith that God is bigger than me and that if He wants to do something through me, He will find a way.

He did.

Out of a dark room, He called me.

Out of hurt, pain, sleepless nights.

He whispered my name.

If you ask, I must tell you that I was petrified beyond explanation.

I thought God was making a serious mistake.

For real, I knew nothing. I had zero qualifications, I could't even control my emotions.
No discipline, no sense of self- worth, no faith in myself, only holding on to hope that God truly cares.

You know, I understand the feeling of doubt. I know it too well.
Fear so strong, it makes your body shiver? Yup, know that too.

Hear this.

Jacob was a liar.
Moses was a stutterer.
Gideon was a coward.
David was an adulterer.
Rahab was a prostitute.
Esther was an orphan.
Balaam's donkey was...well, a donkey.

And yet God used each one of them to impact His kingdom.

Unqulified, definitely not perfect, some so immoral and hopelessly bad, that their whole family and all people they've ever known, didn't want to have anything to do with them. They would cast a stone at them whenever they got a chance.

Yet God goes for people who are far from perfect.
God  has the power beyond human abilities.

God WANTS to use everything you've gone through for His glory.
Your testimony will change lives.
Your story of getting out of trouble and depression will give people who have gone through similar things, hope, that they could get 'there', too.

He doesn't care if you're unqualified.

The only thing you need to put in your cv is:


This is all God needs.
All of you.

He will make you qualified.
As you pray and dig into His word, He will pour His wisdom on you.
He will take you out of your comfort zone to get you to a totally new, different place.

You can't move on as long as you put your trust in you.
Or till you think that God is someone equal to you.

Have faith and hope,
Let Him use you.

Listen and go wherever He'd send you.

Learning is a process, so give it time.

He will send you.

Be open, and your life will change.

There is only one thing I can guarantee you:

God will never leave you nor forsake you, nor give up on you.


God doesn't call the qualified. He qualifies the called.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

In Him alone.

But when you ask him, be sure that your faith is in God alone. Do not waver, for a person with divided loyalty is as unsettled as a wave of the sea that is blown and tossed by the wind. (James 1:6 NLT)

Be sure that your faith is in God alone.

Wow. This hit me. I pray about situations. Some of them include decisions people are making. I trust the leaders that I work with at church, so when I pray about certain situations, do I pray trusting that leaders would make the right move, or do I pray having faith in GOD to guide their hearts according to His will?
How easy is it to have faith in people who don't have the power to turn a black hair to white? How HARD is it to unconditionally have faith in God who created heavens and earth and every single living thing on here?!

Why is it so?

James called it 'divided loyalty'. This is serious business. He doesn't call it lack of faith. He calls is being disloyal towards our God.
We're not to have faith in earthly things or treat people and their wisdom as our gods or best helpers.
We're to believe in God, at all times, no matter what.
We're to be loyal to Him.

Not easy, but it is fundamental.

Friday, October 5, 2012

The most safe place

My heart filled with love
And joy overwhelming
Your goodness
Your hope
Heals lives
Everyday fresh
Everyday new
Your mercy is
In my life
Thank You God
For loving and caring
And so selflessly
That all I can do
Is praise Your holy name.

Forever I want to stay in this place
Of feeling with everything in me
That I am saved.