Mercy triumps over judgement

“Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.”
1 Peter 4:8 (NIV)

Embracing your role as the heart

I hope you read my last post about owning the power that is only found in submission. I pray that it helped clarify the biblical meaning of the word so that we can abandon the negative connotation the secular world has put on it. It is through not being responsible for everything at the top that allows women to fully be who we were created to be. Now, I would like to expand on those thoughts a little by diving into a woman’s role as the heart of the marriage and family. Proverbs 4:23 instructs us all to, “above all … Continue reading Embracing your role as the heart

Find and own your power in submission

The definition of submission in the biblical context is an act of yielding and/or complying to the authority or control of another. An example of submission would be a highly trained soldier in combat who follows orders because he or she trusts their commanding officer’s decisions. This soldier knows they have a specific job to do that leaves the rest of the unit vulnerable to attack if they do not fulfill their responsibility. Submission differs slightly from being humble because humility is a choice to reduce power or independence. Meanwhile submission does not lessen the power of the individual but … Continue reading Find and own your power in submission

Boaz avoids Karen (Pt. 3)

This is part 3 in the series. I do not recommend starting here without reading the context of the previous 2 posts first. “God just doesn’t understand…or does He?”The human body can survive about 3 weeks without food. That same body can only survive 3 to 4 days without water. Does that mean we believe water is more important than food? When you’re craving that big juicy burger, I bet you would be deeply disappointed by a big glass of water instead. Food and water are different but not equal in how long we can survive without them. However, without … Continue reading Boaz avoids Karen (Pt. 3)

Bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive.

Collossians 3:13 (ESV)

Relationships are hard. They weren’t created that way, but sin causes difficulties and pulls us away from God.

I feel led to share things that God places on my heart in an attempt to help myself and other to maintain focus on the word of God.

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My name is Rebecca. I’m a divorced mom of three beautiful children – 1 daughter & 2 sons.

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