In the spirit of today, the National Day of Prayer, I would like to share my spiritual petitions:
- I pray for humility.
- I pray for discernment.
- I pray for those who do not know the Lord.
- I pray for those who do.
What do you pray for? Share in the comments below.
Let’s pray for and with one another.
I hate Valentine’s Day. Becuase you know #bittersinglewoman #hater
I’m basically the Grinch of Valentine’s Day.
Lemme explain, Dr. Seuss style.
Everyone on Facebook liked Valentine’s Day a lot.
Except Rae, the Real as the Streets blogger, who did not.
Scrolling through images from her tablet with a frown,
At the filtered romantic pics with likes all around.
“Valentine’s Day is sickening,” Rae thought with a scowl,
“Chocolate, roses, candles, and romance. It sucks something foul!”
Between the commercialization of love and the onslaught of painful reminders of my solitude. I can’t stand it.
So for all you other lonely singles out there tryna make it through the lovey-dovey season of purchases without reason.
Remember: Jesus loves you!
… Even if no one else does. 🙂
The holiday season is a paradoxical time in the life of a Christian. On one hand, we know Christmas is to celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour.
So we plaster up nativity scenes, chant, “Keep Christ in Christmas,” and dare someone to attack our, “Merry Christmas,” with, “Happy Holidays.” The notorious battle of semantics.
However, the season itself is characterized by traditions rooted in paganism and exploited by commericialism.
Today is Bring Your Bible to School Day. Whether you’re in K-12 or Higher Ed, exercise that infamous religious freedom and uphold the Christian duty to share the Word. 🙂
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