Tag: go

How to know when to go and when to stay, what to do and not do…

How to know when to go and when to stay, what to do and not do…


Over the years, I have learned how trying to force the decision rather than waiting for the answer never helps. I have also learned that trying to delay action after the decision has been communicated also causes complications. Be it when I was in a position where I was called to a higher role and … Continue reading How to know when to go and when to stay, what to do and not do…

Do you care? Pray!

Do you care? Pray!


Do you care about yourself? Pray! Do you care about your spouse? Pray! Do you care about your kids? Pray! Do you care about your family? Pray! Do you care about your friends? Pray! Do you care about your work? Pray! Do you care about your workplace? Pray! Do you care about your church? Pray! … Continue reading Do you care? Pray!

What legacy do you want to leave?

What legacy do you want to leave?


Are you interested in the one? Are you interested in yourself? Are you interested in others? Are you interested in helping one? Are you interested in helping a multitude? Will you give them fish to help them for a day? Will you teach them to fish and help them for a lifetime? Will you help … Continue reading What legacy do you want to leave?

Will you go when it’s time to go?

Will you go when it’s time to go?


I remember the first time God prompted me to leave my place of work and my response of why would I do that when things are so great and I am feeling so comfortable. I remember the second time when my morning reading brought me to Peter getting out of the boat and walking on … Continue reading Will you go when it’s time to go?

Do not be afraid, God is with you. Joshua 1:9–my 3 year old son is walking around quoting this. (Praise be to God)


Today’s Reading: Heavenly Father, I thank You for this new day and for all that is within it. I praise You for the incredible things You have allowed me to be a part of by Your great and mercy. I lift this day up to You and ask that the Joy of the Lord be … Continue reading Do not be afraid, God is with you. Joshua 1:9–my 3 year old son is walking around quoting this. (Praise be to God)