Do not deem your light to help someone else’s light remain lit when they could have been smart enough to bring extra oil so that they wick will remain lit.
Do not miss the groomsman because you have to go buy oil so that your light will remain lit.
Your light is your light for ONE reason. It identifies who you are in Christ.
Help without deeming your light.
Encourage without deeming your light.
Serve without deeming your light.
This little light of mines I’m going to let it shine. Let it shine, Let it Shine.
Be the oil your light needs to remain lit.
I read on a bloggers blog. Sometimes you won’t have a song in your heart. Sing anyway. But if what’s in your heart is all that’s ever been in your heart. Maybe you forgot how to love yourself or see yourself as the person you’re destined to be. I know I have! What matters the most is that, that dry spell you once were in, you found strength. Whether the strength you found was scrolling on Facebook and saw a post that reminded you of your current situation, or rather it was going to church on Sunday hearing God’s word and feeling motivated to press your way through. And you ask yourself why do I come here and express my thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
It’s simply because your writing yourself out your dry spell. Endulge in all healing possible and expand your outlet. you maybe shattered but you’re not B.R.O.K.E.N.
Thanks for joining me!
This is a new journey for me to express myself more and heal often as I possibly can. Sometimes we hold things in without an outlet and in the end we suffer because we eventually become who and what wounded us. I am that person today. I been so focused on not becoming the person who hurt me that without notice, I have became him. I became him by not loving, by looking out for nobody but myself, by not noticing myself worth. Are you that person who hurt you without noticing? Embark on this journey of outlet with to determine who and what really lies within you…. stay tuned
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. – B. Franklin