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Saturday, 21 November 2015

Are You Preparing For What You’re Praying for?

A little something I read from theprayingwoman.com. http://theprayingwoman.com/2014/03/30/are-you-preparing-for-what-youre-praying-for/

Hope it will be encouraging to you as it was to me. Simply encouraging us to live by faith. We serve a Supernatural God. One who is able to do exceedingly, abundantly of much more than we can ever ask or think. Have faith in Him and Dig Your Ditch!!!!

~~Peace and Love~~
Ade

Are You Preparing For What You’re Praying for?


Psalm 5:12- Surely, LORD, you bless the righteous; you surround them with your favor as with a shield.
Dress for the job you want, not for the job you have“. I bet we’ve all heard this quote (or some variation of it) at least once in our lives, and it’s true! We should be setting ourselves up for success in all areas of life in any way that we can. I believe with my whole entire heart that our God is a God of abundance. He wants us to live life to the fullest and He wants us to be able to enjoy our abundant lives that He has provided. God says that He will even give us favor that surrounds us a shield! That is quite a big statement, but as we know, God is a man of His word. What happens when you feel like God has more in store for you than what you currently have? Financial freedom to own your dream business? A new job doing what you’ve dreamed of since you were a little girl? Well my question to you is this; has He asked you to prepare for the abundance He desperately wants to give you? Have you dug your ditch yet?
If we really think God is a God of abundance, why aren’t we digging ditches yet?
By now you have to be wondering why this post is about ‘Digging Ditches’ and why I just mentioned digging a ditch yet again. Today I was reading in 2 Kings and stumbled upon this amazing analogy of how to receive the abundance God wants to give to us:
God gave Elisha instructions to fill the valley with ditches even though it was blazing hot outside and to everyone it looked like there was little to no chance of rain. Elisha heard God and was obedient. He fully expected God to not only be a man of His word but to provide abundantly for His people. Digging these ditches was a big undertaking and only by their faith did they do this and know that they had heard God correctly. God even gives them a disclaimer that {in words we use today} said “You’re not gonna see any sign of rain. It won’t be cloudy or windy. The rain is just going to come and give water to quench your thirst, your cattle’s thirst and all the other animal’s thirst in this dry land.” Verse 18 even says, this thing that is huge to the people, because they have been in a drought, is no big thing to God. He can snap His fingers and it will happen. Making it rain in a very dry land is easy as 1-2-3 for Him. These people were obedient and faithful because they trusted in their relationship with God. It did not matter what anyone else’s opinion was, they knew what they heard and they obeyed. They knew that our God is a God of supernatural abundance. They believed that He was so abundant that they filled a valley with ditches to catch all the rain they were expecting to receive from Him. If we know that our God is abundant, then why aren’t we digging our ditches today?
Whatever it is that you are believing for, start preparing for it. If your heart longs to start a business but you just do not see how you could ever have the finances for it, talk it out with God. After talking to Him, dig your ditch. Go get a bank account that is specifically for your business. If you are working in a dead-end job that seems to be getting you nowhere and it’s not where your heart is, start buying a wardrobe that will fit your new job. Start wearing those new clothes to work and dressing for the position and the success you are preparing for. Do you have a ministry on your heart? Dig that ditch by spending all your extra time with God, studying the Bible and writing your findings in a journal. God will not drop something big into your lap that you are not ready for. This is not to say that He cannot prepare you quickly and make things supernaturally happen, but He needs you to prepare in whatever way is necessary to receive that abundance. If we really think and believe that our God is a God of abundance then we need to get busy digging those ditches to hold all the favor He is going to have rain down upon us!

Thursday, 31 January 2013

Are you Breathing?

If you want to take a breath of FRESH air Dominica is must for you next vacation.

Have a look of the island I call home


Enjoy Dominica!!! The Nature Isle of the Caribbean !!!!

Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Employment Strategy

Good day all!!!!

I was reading this amazingly interesting article this morning and felt like i should share the information. It's very important especially for those who are currently inbetween jobs.

Check out this link below.


Danielle Cosgrove, left, referred Riju Parakh for a job at Ernst & Young. Ms. Parakh was hired within three weeks.

Monday, 28 January 2013

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Online Shopping is Fantastic

Here is a link for anyone who enjoys shopping online. It includes women,men,boys,girls tab and there is also a tab for other accessories that you may need!!!!

You HAVE to check out this site!!! Prices are definitely reasonable!!!!

 

Check out the link!!! What are you waiting for??????

 

 http://www.10dollarmall.com/rc/148330/


Friday, 25 January 2013

Always Be Thankful

Morning Devotion to start of the day

1 THESSALONIANS 5:18 NLT

18 No matter what happens, always be thankful, for this is
God's will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.

Bad things happen in life sometimes. There are times we don't
understand what is happening or why. But we can always be
thankful for many things:

God loves us.

Jesus died for us.

Our sins are forgiven.

Jesus has promised to never leave us.

God is our Father and He is faithful.

We have an eternal home in Heaven.

What we choose to focus on determines our attitude. While we
may face problems, we don't have to let those problems become
our focus. We can choose to give thanks and praise God for His
goodness and faithfulness.

Imagine how discouraged that will make the devil feel!

Also, think of the pleasure it must bring our Father God when
we stay in faith and focus on Him, instead of being distracted
by the stuff the devil does trying to steal our faith.

If you are always thankful, the bad things that do happen to
you will lose their ability to really harm you. For God will
work in your life.

Thursday, 24 January 2013

Introduction

~~Que Pasa~~

Hola and Hi Everyone.

It has always been an interesting idea to blog and to learn a lot about the 'Blog World' and its benefits, however over the years past i lost touch. :(

It feels GREAT to be back, and now I am willing to explore as much as I can to improve my blogging.Guess you can say I got a little persuasion from my husband (who recently started blogging for the 1st time ever!!) haha... He has also somehow had a HUGE impact on my life....Literally!!!!  :) That includes many changes currently happening that I'm not sure I would be experiencing if he hadn't stepped into my life.     Tear ;(

I hope to make the best out of this experience. I can assure you that as time carries on you will get to know more and more about who this girl really is.

P.S
- I am not Spanish, Just love the Language and Culture

Ade B-Bjr