God Sees Us Helping One Another

Hebrews 6-10

Before I begin, I would love to give a shout out to Minister Debra Aiken from her website in sharing this beautiful image with me from her daily devotional website at ‘http://www.tellthelordthankyou.com’. Bless your heart and thank you again.

In Hebrews 6:10 (NIV), it tells us that “God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them.”

After I had written my first short-sized poetry book for the first time, I never stopped writing, and as I speak, I’m already working on my second poetry book, but this will contain much more in page length… finally. Not only did I give my first book an image change from this  Spiritual Inspiration For Spiritual S.  to this  DIGITAL_BOOK_THUMBNAIL, I did it this way so that everyone (myself included) could see and read the front of my small book at least. But beyond all of this book-title difference stuff, I encountered a stronger nudge and push to go ahead and work on my second book.

The truth to all of this is that so many more people, and my home-church family members, have been passing away lately, and in the end, after I felt sad for those that were loss, I felt ashamed and regret that I was too late to share my words with them. 😦

Death is an unpredictable thing, which we all know about and understand, but don’t wait to tell your loved ones how much they mean to you while we’re still here today. So, I will keep repeating this same thing again and again, “I love all of you my brothers and sisters, in Christ, and remember that you will always have a place within my heart.” 🙂

To come back to the main topic of this message, God blesses us with certain gifts to share it with the rest of the world. Example: I love to write poetry, read it, and hear it. Let’s just say that if ‘Poetry’ was a superstar, I would be a screaming fan of the genre. Lol. Poetry has been my silent voice that I couldn’t speak and call out to others; I was always shy. So what God planned for me to do was use my skill of poetry to reach, uplift, and help others. My skill is, of course, different from all of yours. We all may have different talents, but there’s nothing wrong with helping and teaching one another, because (in hindsight)… God sees it all too.

Stay strong, brothers and sisters, in Christ, because I believe in all of you and I thank you for helping me in your own way… through your words. Thank you! 🙂



Break That Wall (‘Pow’)

Break That Wall

Break that wall full of depression, sadness, and strife.
Push those fears out of your heart and see God as the Head of your life.
As a man focuses on his martial arts,
nothing's wrong with doing the work for God; our parts.
Stop giving up because your goals may be too far to achieve,
but honestly, any of God's blessings can occur up under your sleeves. 
Break the devil's stump for the sake of your freedom.
Remember: This is a 'spiritual warfare'. Jesus said it and I believe Him.
We have no peace and rest wondering 'what will happen tomorrow'.
Today is today, it's here, and we have today's blessings than sorrows.
Inside of all of us is a spirit that needs to glow.
Shine your light because it's time to tell the demon to go.
We know that God can do All Things that are impossible.
If so, remember that with Jesus on your team, you and Him are unstoppable.
Like the original Batman: 'Sock', 'Wham', 'Pow'.
Yes, I enjoyed the series too, but it's time for us to punch together now.

Nothing Can Depart Us From God’s Love

Romans 8 - 39

In Romans 8:38-40 (NIV), the Apostle Paul wrote this to us: “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Since the day and time that we all were made and born, God loved us… and He still does.

I remember when I first began learning about God a few years ago and I was… “a young adult living on the fast track.” In other words, when I lived on my college campus, that was my first experience being away from my family for a long period of time. I felt a sense of freedom (‘Yay’)… but later on down the line, my extravagance was short lived (‘Boo’). Not only was I homesick, but I felt alone. However, throughout all of my campus-adjustment-life years, one thing I never forgot to keep with me was my bible. I never understood why, but I felt peace from having it near me. What did it represent and why did I keep it? These were questions I constantly had for myself years ago, but today, I now know my answer: It was because He was always right beside me all along.

What I’m trying to emphasize to all of you, and including myself, is that He continues to remain beside us and has been there ever since the day and second that we were born. How can this be and why does He love us so much? The answer is because He has something in store for all of us and… He loves us.

At the same time, He hurts from our actions that aren’t aligned with His Word, especially whenever we choose to walk on a rebellious path. Hmm… this scenario sounds similar to something that we’ve heard countless of times before in the Book of Genesis 3, when Adam and Eve ate fruit from the tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. To briefly summarize it, by Eve listening to the serpent (Devil), she asked Adam to taste the fruit too that they were told by God not to eat from. End result: They found out they were clothesless and God cast them out of the Garden of Eden and sin was born. It was Jesus, His Son, that died for our sins, in the New Testament times, and by Jesus doing this to save our souls, He is the only connection between God (Father) and us (His children).

I’m very speechless right now because He deserves my praise, He’s a glorious God, and He is the Creator of Heaven, Earth, and so much more. All I can say is “Thank You, Jesus, for loving both me and Brothers and Sisters in Your Name. Thank You, Jesus! Thank You.” :’)


Studying Together Diligently

Deuteronomy 6 6-7

In Deuteronomy 6:6-7 (NIV), it quotes “These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”

Diligently means to show care and being attentive towards someone and something; distributing patience.

It was the Lord that wanted us to ‘Listen and Know’ this information, as mentioned in Deuteronomy 6:1-2 (NIV):  “These are the commands, decrees and laws the Lord your God directed me to teach you to observe in the land that you are crossing the Jordan to possess, so that you, your children and their children after them may fear the Lord your God as long as you live by keeping all his decrees and commands that I give you, and so that you may enjoy long life.”

We would not make it very far in our lives without Him. This is not to say that the souls that are gone and resting with the Lord now was not of any importance. Of course everyone one’s life was important. They were here to inspire you, encourage you, love you, and push you forward. That ‘Love’ is the same kind of love God has been showing us all along.

I understand that nowadays, technology has been a major concern nowadays and it’s as if that sense of “family” may have dissolved at this point… but I say that it’s further from the truth. It is not too late to teach, help, and support your “Family”, which goes beyond your personal home siblings, but your family that seeks help in Christ’s Name.

Recently, I watched an online Bible Study with speaker Gwen Smith at gwensmith.net over the Facebook page. The thing about our first session together with her was that our signals with her kept disrupting and breaking up. Her signal would strangely disconnect us from hearing her words about God, but I was able to hear her make a sound truth. She said that “When we seek Him, we will find Him”, referencing how Joshua and the Israelites walked over dry land to follow the Lord. At the same time, I thought of how long it took us to keep a connection and find her new live videos and searching for them in order to locate her. Altogether, it came to be four videos, but wherever she had switched or moved to, we were able to find her, once again, and kept on moving forward with our study.

Never stopping, being diligent, and focused on God’s Word is a miracle within itself because we were sharing God’s Love in the process. Although Sister Gwen constantly apologized to us for the interruptions, we didn’t blame her for the mistake, but the Devil instead. Lol. 🙂 It was obvious because the enemy hates for us to listen, read, and learn anything about God, but it’s been time for us to shut his service down this time.

Although my age classifies me as an adult, I am still learning about the Lord as a child of God. I just have a thirst and hunger for His Word and I can’t wait until I am prepared to teach others as well. Of course, I may not be able to comment on all of your posts, but I do glance and read them because ‘YOU ARE TEACHING ME’. What am I talking about? All of your messages are coming from the same being: God. As I read through all of your posts, comments, poems, pictures, and articles, I notice how wonderful and strong God’s blessings have been to all of you and I can only become speechless in the end. You have taught and showed me an example of God’s Love and how He speaks to and through all of you… and I am thankful for that.

You can never be too old or too young to learn more of His Word. I love that because every time I reread and study His Word, it always feels as if I’m learning something new and as if His Word can morph and change a lot. Wow! What a miracle! 🙂

My Absence & Online Bible Study


In 2 Timothy 2:15 (NIV), it says “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth.”

So, besides having a daily monthly routine of attending doctor appointments for my Multiple Sclerosis (MS), playing my common hand-held games, and watching television episodes of some program, I wanted to change my routine up. Because I love God so much and wanted to connect with more of my brothers and sisters in the Lord, I’ve decided to take a chance in researching and see if there was an online bible study available anywhere. I wanted to make a change for the Lord to “… show myself approved to the Lord…” as mentioned in 2 Timothy 2:15.

Studying alone nowadays is just… boring. In addition, to be honest with all of you, there were times when I kept losing focus when it came to staying in my studies, reading His Word, and even ceasing to complete the spiritual poetry I had aimed to complete by this year. It’s like I have a drive to tell everyone about God one day, and then… I lose that energetic and spiritual drive due to distractions in my life. So, perhaps I feel like an introvert nowadays, but that doesn’t mean that I have to submit to that sedentary lifestyle. I miss having interaction with people, I miss hearing their point-of-views on a topic, and I miss learning more about God like never before.

So, what I have done recently, I sought a perfect online Bible Study with Gwen Smith titled “I Want It All”.

Gwen Smith's Online Bible Study

I’ve met and prayed for more of my brothers and sisters, in Christ, online hereon Facebook. Just as it is here on this site, everyone is from every where around the world. I love that. 🙂 I can’t wait for the session to begin on March 5, 2018.

To show myself approved to the Lord, I needed to make some kind of change in my life that was worth it. I craved more and more of God’s milk (scriptures) that I wanted to learn more. I do not have all the answers, but I’d rather feed, help, and teach my sisters and brothers, in Christ, that as big as our family is, WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. Just recently, a shooting occurred at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Sadly, lives were loss, but I will tell you one thing: Prayer is needed like never before instead of using a physical weapon to seek retaliation against someone.

Brothers and sisters, I will do whatever I can to offer my support to you, to help you, to keep uplifting you. To everyone that has ever suffered from losing a loved one, losing ta job, losing a home, or has an illness or has any body issue, know that all of your challenges can always be solved by God and can never trample over you. I’m sorry for what ever life tragedy has befallen over you, but know that you are loved, in numbers, by so many people, including me.

I love you all and I will forever keep all of you in my prayers. I pray that God will comfort all of you, heal all of you, and bless you with everlasting gifts and love everyday. I pray that when you rest in your evenings, I pray that all of your stresses and worries of the day will blow away just as your day has, Never give up and never stop believing that you can make it because, no matter what, God is forever by your side. This is my prayer, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Stay strong and we all will chat again soon. 🙂

What Does It Take?


First, I would like to thank Gwen Smith at http://www.GwenSmith.net. Thank you for sharing this lovely image.

When I first came across this image, one question surfaced within my mind: What does it take for someone to believe God’s perspective of us and for us to believe in Him? In Proverbs 19:11 (NIV), it says “a person’s wisdom yields patience; it is to one’s glory to overlook an offense.” Proverbs 25:15 (NIV) says that “Through patience a ruler can be persuaded, and a gentle tongue can break a bone.” Last, but not least, it is further noted in Ecclesiastes 7:8 (NIV) that “the end of a matter is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride.”

From my own life experience, for me to ‘Grow up in the Lord’, it was not an easy task. It took me many years of reading, studying, and putting into practice the deeds God sought for me to perform. After first reading His Word, once in college, to my surprise, I had found many support groups that also studied the bible as well. Yes, I had my spiritual mother (the one who introduced me to His Word and gave me my first bible), but after awhile, I didn’t want to be that nuisance of a girl once I observed how our schedules were no longer aligning together once they had been. I will admit to you however, that she showed me a form of patience that I’ve never noticed from someone on the outside of my family before. As I recall my years of studying with her, I can also recall how I bombarded her with plenty of questions, and by her using a sense of “PATIENCE” with me, she helped me to resolve and answer them.

That level of “patience” she had shown me could only be a sign from God Himself. I say this because I would not have met more and more Christians during my walk and attended many church services and participated in my home church activities. I felt my spirit and my mind being directed to pursue my curiosity and find out the truth about God. Yes, I was highly nervous and scared (for some unknown reason), but I decided to take that first step in going with my gut to follow my heart. Besides, it seemed like everyone was always having fun in church services that I wanted to be a part of and enjoy as well.

In Ecclesiastes 7:8, yes… my ending (today) is so much greater and awesome than my beginning (years ago) when I first learned about Jesus Christ. Yes, I was a lost spirit, but at the same time, I was dealing with stress and depression at a young age. It scares me to think of where I would’ve been, but I’m happy that I know that God has been walking with me and helped me whenever I needed him most. So if I ever was asked, “Would you ever want to revisit the past?” Of course, a part of me would say ‘yes’ because of all the fun I used to have as a kid, but I would have to say ‘no’ as being my final answer. Reason? It’s because I don’t ever want to encounter my past pain ever again. I am more settled with appreciating every new day that God has blessed me to live and the new plans God has in my life. That is what I am anticipating and waiting for. I feel 100% better when I give Him the reigns over my life.

In our bibles, line after line, scripture after scripture, chapter after chapter, and book after book explains everything in grave detail how much God cares for us, sacrificed (Jesus) for us, and how He loves us. A well-known scripture is in John 3:16 (NIV), where it quotes “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” In verse 17, it further explains His reason for fighting for us by saying “For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him.”

Him= Jesus (His One and Only Son).

What is He rescuing? Our souls.

Why? We know that no one is perfect on earth, the main cause is from the era of Adam and Eve when the serpent (the evil one) tempted Eve, who shared her fruit with Adam, which resulted in disrespecting God’s command (to not eat from the tree of knowledge of Good and Evil) and they both were cast out.

What does this have to do with me and how I’m living today? Everything. What I’m saying is that we know that we all were born into this world as sinners because of what happened centuries ago, but that does not mean that we have only that lifestyle to live and abide by. What I love about God is that He is always there and available to any and everyone. He loves us and delights in us grabbing and holding onto His Hand.

Don’t be afraid to call on Him and reach out for Him, because even though we can’t physically ‘SEE’ Him, He sees us 24/7 and whenever we call upon Him and believe in Him (Jesus).

I will share one thing about the bible that I never saw in other books before reading its same passages: His Words seem to change and gets compelling more and more that I picked up my book to read it. My words: It’s just THAT GOOD! 🙂

Stepping Into A Brand New Year


As we enter into this brand new year,
without a doubt, it is You that allowed me to be here.
"I will never make a statement or even be heard"
were my words, so absurd, that echoed like the chirps from a bird.
I concede and learned to believe so heavily in You,
and I will do it over and over again for You, Lord, whenever I have to.
I've sacrificed my old ways in order to grow closer
in studying the hymns, Your Words, and smiling at my scripture poster.
Lord, thank you for giving me Your Grace
and allowing me to shine and smile every day across my face
because I know that wherever I am... at my home or in another place,
You've always been by my side sending spiritual gifts that can't be traced.
Thank you for sharing Your Love with me and helping me to pass it along
to my brothers and sisters, in Christ, that also is singing Your songs.
As we bring this year to a close,
I will wrap my words up tonight, I suppose.
Happy New Year to every single one of you, my sisters and brothers.
We've all stepped out of this year with God; how about another? :)

Merry Christmas & Happy New Years

Welcoming Arms

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and Happy 2018 New Years to all of you! 🙂 I will make this message a bit brief since my family and I are preparing for the family fun tomorrow on Christmas.

The least I can do is send out all of my love to all of you and thank you all so much for your inspirational words of wisdom, strength, and just… to let me know that I’m never alone and I have a friend and an online family waiting for me whenever I need to talk. The biggest thing and greatest accomplishments for me in 2017 was getting to share with all of you, my brothers and sisters in Christ. I will be honest: When I posted my first ever note and poem this year, I didn’t expect the love and comments from anyone. I didn’t expect that anyone would hear or read anything from me since I am not a well-known writer, but all of you have proven me wrong… and I ‘Thank You’ and appreciate all of you for that.

Matthew 19:26 (NIV) – “Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”‘ 

His Hand Brings Comfort To My Soul

His arms

In 1 Peter 2:2-3 (NIV), it says “like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow up in your salvation, now that you have tasted that the Lord is good.”

I will be honest with all of you: One of the main reasons why I haven’t been too active on my page lately was because I felt as if I was slowly being pulled away from hearing God’s Word, knowing that those lonesome days was when I needed Him the most and to hear all of you and your uplifting words. Because I was not being a ‘tough-as-nails fighter’ when it came to disputing or arguing with anyone, I was told that I have too many other people that walk over me. It’s not that, but rather, I chose to stick with a different plan that the Lord desired for me to walk.

In Matthew 5:38-40 (NIV), this is a message Jesus wanted us to know. It quotes: “You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.’But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also. 40 And if anyone wants to sue you and take your shirt, hand over your coat as well.”

So consider me still a ‘calf or babe’ in the Lord. I am not perfect, nor do I see myself above anyone else. I can’t argue like a relative can or a friend can. Believe me: I’ve tried that tactic before and currently deal with moments of someone trying to keep me active in that kind of behavior, but I’m still praying to stay away from it. In addition, the same ending always happens: I feel guilty (whether I am the cause for the dispute), I feel a strong and emotional pain within my heart and chest, and apologize first.

All I know is that there is something inside of me that is causing me to be the way I am. I’d rather sacrifice my life before others, I’d rather make others happy and feel better (writing them uplifting poems, help them after my school’s days. etc) than see them sad, and I’d rather put up with the insults now rather than later because I DO NOT want to hear them later on while dealing with other future life issues. Which is probably why when I see someone cry, I tear up as well. This is one of those sympathetic questions and mysteries about myself that I just never… understood.

In the end of the day, I feel so much relief, comfort, and solace in His arms. I’m announcing it, saying it, and… I continue to crave more and more of His Word and hearing the inspiring messages from all of you. I remember watching a movie titled “Passion of the Christ”, and one of the images I still recall was of when Jesus was hit, spit on, and bad mouthed so badly by everyone that he still believed, stood back up, and kept moving  on to His destination through Jerusalem. I can never do, sacrifice, or face the hardest challenges He has been through, but I never gave up on turning to Him, praying to Him, and turning to Him whenever I am afraid or I need help. He gives me peace, and I am thankful for that. 🙂


Avoid Having The Lustful Eye


Sending a shout out to the blogger of “Turn Back To God” for sharing this image. Thank you.

In 1 John 2:15-16 (NIV), it says “Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father is not in them. For everything in the world — the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life — comes not from the Father but from the world.”

I grew up around people and loved ones (besides a select few) that lived and followed this way of life and how to pick up partners. It was as if I didn’t understand to understand, but I understood. Confused by my words? Then we’re on the right track then.

To begin, the “lust of the eye(s)” is a dangerous thing and one sinful weapon in this world. How? Matthew 5:28 (NIV) quotes “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” But isn’t there a written commandment about this somewhere? Oh wait. Out of the 10 written commandments, the 7th Commandment says “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” Matthew 6:22 (NIV) quotes “The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eye is healthy, your whole body is full of light.”

Just because it says that this lesson is meant for men does not mean that for us, females, we get a free pass or a “Get Out Of Jail Free” card on a Monopoly Board Game. Sorry. I shifted off topic for a second because I remembered being sent to jail during one of my board game plays with my family. Anyways, this lesson pertains to females as well.

I will admit that I was guilty of such a lustful path as a teenager, but then, there were reasons for my activities. From the exposure to my life fears, I didn’t know what to do, and because I wasn’t taught how a man should appreciate and love a child in the Lord, I was still not fully understanding how a man should treat me. After witnessing a lot of relationship violence, I thought that was how a man should love me OR any man could have their way with me as long as I’m respecting their needs.

Yeah, I was in trouble, but as of right now, not anymore. When I first became an adult at 21, I still had that same mindset of a teenager. I had so much discovery and mentality to learn on what it truly meant to be an adult. So besides ‘responsibility’ in the world, I was learning how to grow up ‘spiritually’ in Faith. It’s paying off because I’ve learned how to push away from people and those things that enjoy bringing me down and can only see me as a sexual object first before listening to me. Oddly enough, I’m currently dealing with an ex that claims that he loves me for who I am but is mindset is sexually stuck and charged towards me. What can I do with a man that doesn’t believe in God? Ultimately, pray to God in helping me to push him away from me. Only God knows what to do.

Our eyes are “the windows to the soul”, as mentioned by William Shakespeare and described a way in the bible. Anyways, when we “lustfully” gaze at someone, it creates an immediate domino effect: From our eyes, through our hearts, and through our spirits; which is a kind of infection that only “WE” can unaffect ourselves spiritually from with the Lord’s Hand.

Your spouse should look towards you as a loving friend, studying the Lord’s Word together, teaching one another, while in the meantime, having fun and enjoying each other’s company. That’s the kind of husband I pray to have one day. Not a man that only looks to me and seeks sexual attention from me or like a sexual object. 😦

All we have to do is do our part, believe in God and remember that He will always make a way out of no way. I know what it means to continuously fight for Him and what it means to be persecuted because of Him… because that’s exactly what I’m going through in my life now. For God, I will always keep on fighting for Him.

I will keep all you in my prayers. Love you all, Brothers and Sisters! In Jesus Name, Amen.