Something Different

Something Different

Hey y’all! So as you probable caught from the title, today’s post is a little different…

I’ve been thinking about updating my blog theme, just to make it look all shiny and new, maybe a little more up-to-date, but I’m not sure.

I kinda like the classic blog look that it has right now, but I want to take my readers into consideration too! You guys are awesome and I’d love to have your insight on this!

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7 Things God Says Not To Do

7 Things God Says Not To Do

Hey y’all! I’m posting this early because I’m excited about it and I couldn’t wait till Saturday to post it! Haha 🙂

I was trying to figure out what kind of post to write for this week and I was reading through Proverbs and just kinda stumbled onto this verse! It’s Proverbs 6:16-19, it reads:

“These six things doth the Lord hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto Him..” and it goes on to list those seven things. I felt drawn to this passage and I wanted to write about it since God laid it on my heart! 🙂

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Let Go and Let God

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This is kind of a personal post. But it’s something that needs to be said for anyone else who might be struggling with this. So here goes!

I grew up in a broken family and I had a rough childhood. It wasn’t just me, my siblings did too. I started to be sad all the time, and at first, that’s all it was. Sadness. But then this darkness enveloped me and it just took over. I couldn’t stop it. I had thoughts of suicide, I had thoughts of running away, I had anger built up inside me against my family, I had these overwhelmingly negative thoughts in my head and in my heart for so long.

Then I got saved. It was like everything lifted from me and I could breathe again! It was a breath of fresh air! There was a joy in my heart that I couldn’t explain, except that Jesus put it there. His presence with me was such a comfort. He was my best Friend, my loving Father, and my Lord and King. I knew He loved me and I wanted to love Him with all my heart.

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