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 to this , 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! 🙂