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Importance of waiting on God.

We're all waiting for something or someone. A job, spouse, news, change, whatever it is. Regardless of where your journey started, we all meet in the waiting area. And somewhere along the line when our eyes are open we learn that this waiting room is where life happens. And all that life is because ultimately we're waiting for God.

What it means to be truly loved by God.

To put it plainly, being truly loved by God to me means being loved unconditionally. The need to be loved unconditionally by God is an unquestionable truth. Learning about this need has come at a price. It’s beckoned me to take off my many masks and self-protective wear. It’s been a risky process of peeling away layers and finding ultimate truth, not the one they preach about from the pulpit, but the truth that I hear God speaking directly to me. To be truly loved by God is self-discovery.

Emotional Purity

If you have been a Christian for even a day, I’m sure you’ve heard about the importance of guarding your purity. For the longest time, I thought to guard my purity meant, sexual abstinence and being sexually pure. I have been a Christian for 8 years and I recently learnt that there is another, more subtle but just as spiritually wounding form of impurity and that is, emotional impurity..

Trusting God

Trusting God during adversity almost feels and seems impossible when you don't know and understand what it means, mainly because when you’re in pain nothing seems bigger than the adversity at hand. During this time I learnt that trusting God is a process. It doesn't happen over talking about it, over prayer or reading on a topic about it. These, although needed, are just contributing factors in helping one know about trusting God.

Self Love

I don’t believe we have a problem loving ourselves, or the very least putting ourselves first, after all, that's what God has saved us from, ourselves.

Scarcity Mentality

It’s the thing that screams, “nothing will ever be enough, I will never truly be satisfied, I will never get what I want!!” and leads us to be hopeless, expecting very little good and fearfully striving instead of seeking God.