Showing posts from September, 2012

About this married life...

My life for the last two years has been very enlightening. I'm married and thus had to stop thinking "me, me, me"and start thinking "us, us, us." And that can be easy at times and hard at other times. Marriage is a mirror. Your spouse will show you every thing in you that does not work for your marriage. If you tend to jump to conclusions too much, guess what? Your marriage will amplify that. If you are insecure, your marriage will amplify that too. So when you get married, enjoy your wedding and reception then after the honeymoon get ready to work.

When I got married, I did NOT know all of this. Honestly I didn't even have prep time. LOL. We discussed marriage and that it definitely was on the table for us. We were literally in an actual relationship/courtship for 2 WEEKS before we got married. What most people find out in the first year of courting (for worldly folk: dating) I found out during the course of my marriage. I had straight on the job training. …

Life Interrupted

This life we live is not really ours however we are given the freedom of choice to decide what we want to do with it anyways. I'm sure by now you can tell that I am a follower of Christ. I am not perfect, I don't have it all together and I probably never will. I am OK with saying I am dependent on Jesus Christ.  His strength is made perfect in my weakness, and I am learning to be OK being weak at times, Jesus makes up for me. 
But he said to me, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ's power may rest on me.  (2 Corinthians 12:9)
With Jesus we can have life abundantly. We can have forgiveness of our sins. But one thing I can guarantee you is that He will NOT leave you the same way you came to Him. When you invite Jesus in your life and accept Him as your Lord and Savior, He will interfere with your life. There WILL be some things in your life that He does N…