MATURED FAITH

MATURED FAITH

There will come a point in our lives where our faith levels will be tested – faith to believe in what you can’t yet see, and the ability to trust that what you are hoping for will come into existence at the right stage in your life. Do you ever feel restless when keeping your faith afloat? In the season we are in, understanding the meaning of life and applying faith to believe in the impossible can deem confusing, frustrating and somewhat, slow. However, it is in the seasons of delay and concern that our faith becomes stronger. We are more relentless when our faith levels are tested, pruned, stretched and transformed

Think of it as going to the gym; your muscles are being stretched and used on a regular basis; it becomes uncomfortable because the inconsistency of not attending the gym has enhanced your muscles on a level you haven’t experienced in quite a while. The faith that you have is an anchor that is for your own benefit. Nonetheless, you may know of someone right now that struggles with believing, especially when it comes to the big projects, dreams and aspirations. We can’t do every task on our own, and for this reason, we must come to the stage where we are selectively open-minded with those who we believe add value to our well-being and can keep us accountable in the faith.

This is a brief encouragement to remind you that in the hard times, your faith is being matured and it is working for you. Through the rejection, loss, betrayal, heartache; so many battles that one may have to face knowingly and unknowingly, are maturing you for a greater level of faith. When your faith is being nurtured, your mental state is also being trained to think the way your mind operates; to think positively despite the unexpected news is encouraging someone who may feel the need to give up. Remember that we do not exist just to survive, but to thrive; to inspire, encourage and impact others on their journey of faith that may feel off the edge.

Remind yourself each day to increase your faith and believe in the impossible, because anything is possible for the one who believes.

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Hebrews 11:1 says that “Now, faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.” Let this be your anchor; what you wake to each morning believing that what you desire will happen according to your faith.

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I want to give you a few questions to ponder on whilst reading the blogpost:

What is making you question what you can’t see at this time?

How can you believe in the impossible, even when your own thoughts tell you it won’t work?

How do you bounce back from the moments where it felt difficult to move on from?

Are you aware that being with someone who doesn’t have a healthy manner of faith can have an impact on your positive faith?

Don’t allow the rest of 2021 to pass you by and be complacent. Your maturity levels of faith will take you where you can’t go on your own. Keep the faith, keep the focus and keep believing! For what you desire will come to those who believe with their hearts.

With love,

Women’s Worth Conference Group.

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QUESTIONS ABOUT LIFE!

DEDICATED TO ALL BEAUTIFUL WOMEN

Do you know why you are here? Sis, I understand what you are going through. I know the tears you cry; when fear cripples you and makes you feel something is missing. When the world is telling you to rush for success quickly, particularly before age 30. That is the age where everything must be complete; a house, your husband, your first or second child, a beautiful family car, a successful business. No matter what you want to achieve, do not allow the standards of the world to take over.

You are more than what the world and society labels you as. Sis, you are doing your best, but can I tell you one thing. You will fail. You will fail if you keep doing it all by yourself. You will be frustrated trying to fix everyone’s perception of you. You will be annoyed when others compare their progress with yours. Why? Because there is a tendency to allow what other people portray to trigger your self-esteem.

I know how it feels to work so hard and not see results come to fruition. I know. You had the perfect plan, but it just did not seem to work. I know the feeling of making an attempt to balance everything, to the extent where you lose sleep and feel anxious about tomorrow when you are still living in your today. Do you know how much that can make a woman feel? Let alone not loving who she is called to be.

Struggling with low self-esteem and having the ‘MIA’ time not only causes isolation but frustration. Do not keep yourself away from people. When your girls are celebrating their successes, you must understand that you are also a part of their success. Jealousy and envy should not be part of it. Are you hearing me? Jealousy and envy should not be part of it. You may have all your girls around, but it doesn’t mean you know what they are going through.

We smile through social media and post the fun parts of our lives, but behind close doors we scream and shout for help, fear of parents and loved ones criticising us for where we are. Feeling helpless and lacking purpose. Tired and weak and just on the brink of giving up. My sister, please do not give up. Do not look at life as if it has failed you. Life may have it’s ups and downs, but guess who will keep your life in perfect peace? JESUS ❤ <– that is your answer to all your questions about life.

To understand purpose, you can find it in my book Completion