Don’t Open That Door

Ever prayed for God to show something so that you could have clarity then still question Him? When you ask God to show you something do it with a willingness to accept what He shows you. If you really don’t want to know then don’t ask. Because most of the time it will not be the answer that you really want. I think we have a habit of wanting to unlock doors that God has already closed. Just stop and think about what your doing and ask yourself some key questions. Sometimes we want things so bad that we forget the heartache that came with that situation. He knows what is best for us so allow God to be God over your life. When He pulls you out of a situation don’t put your blinders on and jump back in. That is just like a person who can’t swim jumping a pool that is 10ft deep. What’s going to happen to them? More than likely they are going to drown! So will you if you break the lock on the door God closed. This is just a reminder when you break into a house you go to jail. Well you pick the lock to the door God closed your going to jail…it’s called BONDAGE!


Depression is defined as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. So many people suffer in silence because they are ashamed to ask others for help. I find that most people try to hide or should I say mask their hurt. They struggle just to get out of bed and make it through the day. Sometimes you have to just really pay attention to the people around you. The person next to you could be fighting back the tears. It seems like depression is on the rise and being overlooked. We need to bring awareness to this disease that sucks the life right out of people. Depression causes people to feel like they are alone in this battle. I hate depression and all that it steals from you. People know and understand that there are people out here who want to help you stomp on depression. You don’t have to suffer in silence let your voice be heard. Do Not isolate yourself from the love of others. God we ask tonight that you touch those who are suffering with depression. Let them know that they are not alone. Where they feel sad give them joy. When they feel alone let them feel love. When they feel they are carrying the world on their backs give them peace. Depression happens to people from all walks of life so let’s not judge those who suffer. See them as a human being in need of help. 


I am rejection and I wear many hats.

I am the face of anger and I wear bitterness well! I dress in unforgiveness and my undergarment is insecurity.

I have caused you to build walls to keep people out. But really what I did was trick you into keeping God out!

I have made you think that you are worthless and no one could ever love you. Because of me you don’t know how to trust.

I am rejection!!!

Rejection has affected so many of us in so many different ways and now it’s time to heal. Take a long look at your life and write down the first time that you encountered rejection. Because until you identify the root of rejection you will never receive the healing that you need.