We cover our faces daily with masks
To hide the pain
To hide our reality
To hide our sins.
We hope we won’t have to remove our masks
Because we will show the world
We are vulnerable
We have flaws
We are actually human.
We cover our hearts daily with masks
To hide our pain
To run from our reality
To rationalize our sins.
Then God steps in front of us and removes our masks.
We feel naked
We feel vulnerable
We see our humanness.
When God steps in front of us and removes our masks
We feel His love
We experience His forgiveness
And we become FREE.
Have you ever been asked questions (implied and direct) on the reasons for what you do?
“Who are you, anyway?”
“Are you just like everyone else, seeking popularity?”
“Are you just gifted or is there more behind the gifts?”
Continue reading “Your Motivation – Your Purpose”
“There is nothing to fear but fear itself.”
How many of us have heard this quote before?
As I reviewed some recent events in my life I’ve learned first-hand that this statement is certainly true.
I began to realize that my hesitation in many aspects of life stem from deeply rooted fear:
Continue reading “Nothing to Fear – But Fear Itself”
I am learning about love and what it should look like. After taking a long journey down an undesired path several years ago, I am cautious about opening up my heart to others. Many will agree that we need to be cautious about opening up our hearts to others. Even in Proverbs 4:23 (NIV) it states “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life.”
But I wonder, will I be able to receive or show love when I am so cautious and closed?
Continue reading “Real Love Hurts”