Saturday, December 31, 2011

I'm Ready

It's a new year! A new opportunity is upon us. Possibly, if you read my blog, you are either a divorcee, or have been through some other traumatic experience that left you in a space and time where you needed to start from the beginning, again. Maybe, you needed to look at your life as a blank page and see some possibility there, then figure out how to make something with what you had after the storm. I have been there, and am still in the middle of the message. I am still working out my miracle!

That is what every day of my life is about - trusting God to make a miracle out of every one of my tests which have become testimonies and my trials which have becomes triumphs. He will do that for me, and for you because He has never respected people, caring for one of us more than another. But He requires something from us - we have to do the work with faith.

So, you don't need any resolutions today. What you need is a made up mind and a modicum of faith that God will take care of you. You need to be sure within yourself that there is something worth developing in you that must come to fruition; that God will not stop manifesting the evidence of those things not seen but surely hoped for; until the day of their completion.

There are so many ways for us to be ready. This year, I am going to concentrate on helping to get us ready. I am going to focus on introducing us to all of the concepts and elements that are helping me rebuild my life. That will include some writing, some video broadcasts, and even some fun giveaways.

We have an exciting year ahead of us! I am ready to embrace it and all it has to offer. Hey 2012 - I'm Ready!


  1. I'm so glad you address this subject! Many people live through the grenade going off by never examine the damage. They Treat the symptoms but not the injury itself! Keep writing!

  2. I'm ready for 2012! Trying not to run ahead of God and exercise patience! Pray my strength in the Lord. Let's GO!!!!!

  3. Ladies, I feel as if we are on the verge of something huge in our lives. We are in an era of rebuilding not just for ourselves but for our people in general. By that I mean, our families, our ancestry, our regional memberships, our churches - we are going to rebuild and examining what we came through is an important part of that process. *It's a Nehemiah Movement*