What it means to guard your heart with all your heart (Yes, your very heart)

I myself often tell this to my female single friends to guard the heart. I say this to them and even to myself as if it is a regular expression like “hello”, “hi or “welcome”, until I spoke to a young lady who I met three months ago. She asked me of the meaning ofContinue reading “What it means to guard your heart with all your heart (Yes, your very heart)”

Moving on as a family (from an almost family member.)

It is the first of 14 years that she is not anticipated to show – up. Although, that she did not join us in a yearly basis, at least we get to receive her message and we talked about her and receive her life’s updates around the table of dinner during family’s special occasions. OnContinue reading “Moving on as a family (from an almost family member.)”

Gentleness. Girl, It Looks Sassy On You.

It does not come naturally for some ladies to submit to a headship in a personal way specially for ladies who have learned for many years to look after and decide for themselves. It takes maturity and guidance of the Holy Spirit so as for a young wife to heed and follow what is saidContinue reading “Gentleness. Girl, It Looks Sassy On You.”

Lord, Lead Us Not To….Scammers

  As someone who has been praying for a lifetime partner, I have experienced occasions of scam in the past and knowing friends who experienced the same. Sadly, but, in the real world there are people who take advantage insincerely and ruthlessly evil of that holy desire of finding a spouse and raising a family.Continue reading “Lord, Lead Us Not To….Scammers”

There Is Life After Heartbreaks (Don’t Just Move-On, Rise From It, Sistha)

Ms Anonymous letter is my first letter from someone who is really anonymous to me. LOL. Yes, I know every single one in all my previous “Dear Sis B”. Dear Sis B, Why God seems to be unfair? What’s wrong with me? Ms Anonymous is like many of us, ladies, experiencing heartbreak upon heartbreaks. ButContinue reading “There Is Life After Heartbreaks (Don’t Just Move-On, Rise From It, Sistha)”