My prayer for you is that you would live, love and enjoy life from a heart that is overflowing.
I find myself often doing what I don’t want to do. Whether that’s eating something I know is bad for me when I have vowed not to, saying something I feel in my spirit I shouldn’t say at the moment I’m saying it or doing something for the 1000th time when I promised myself I wouldn’t. It almost seems at time like I am my own worst enemy.
We live in a society where people are afraid or don’t know how to own their feelings.
Love requires growth. Love involves risk. Love is not safe.
Dear Lovely, You are precious, valued and loved. Though many circumstances throughout life may cause you to think and feel otherwise you are. There are people in your life that deeply love you, especially your mother, though at times it may not always feel that way.
At Lipstick and the Word I usually try to provide helpful tips on how to navigate love, life and relationships; however, lately I’ve felt pressed to do a series of transparent blogs about my life. All the topics and advice on my blog are personally inspired, usually based on something I’ve struggled with, gone through […]
Jesus never gave us a charge to complete our significant other.
Many people are familiar with the Tyler Perry film entitled “Why Did I Get Married?” and its sequel, “Why Did I Get Married Too?” In both films, several married college friends vacation for a week to evaluate their respective marriages and reflect on what initially attracted them to their spouses.