In Blog on
May 30, 2017

Removing the rope

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Earlier today my nephew Logan decided that he wanted to take a jump rope and wrap it around his neck, I’m not sure what made him wrap the rope around his neck in fact even when I questioned him on his actions his response was because ” It was his rope”  I instantly saw how dangerous it was for a child to even have a jump rope at such a young let alone play with it unsupervised, that I urgently went to rescue him from potentially harming himself.  Logan wasn’t a very happy camper about this decision.  He decided to have a temper tantrum kicking and screaming demanding the rope back. It reminded me of how sometimes God will close doors on situations, take us away from dangerous relationship, friendships. How sometimes he yank us from life threatening situations and set us in the ” green pastures { Psalms 23}” while our flesh kicks and screams for things that God purged us from. God gives us confirmation that he isn’t taking us away from dangerous situations because he doesn’t want for us to have fun, just  like how Logan thought it was “fun” to play with this rope. How sometimes we think its “fun” to play with fire not expecting to be burnt from the fire but,  God cares so much about us that he wouldn’t be the GREAT I AM THAT I AM  if he allowed  us to sit and play with death. Read more

In Blog on
May 19, 2017

Where God is sending you…

God is sending you out to a nation that’s awaiting on a word from God.

Are you willing to carry the message to Gods children?

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Remember those nights where you cried out to be sent wherever God needs you?  Or.. To be used by God? Well its deployment time. God has heard your request and He says ” Its Time”. God is sending you out to a nation that needs rebuilding. See God’s name along with his character has been defiled and He needs for you to uplift his name again. He needs your help to rebuild his true integrity of who He is and what he actually died for. God doesn’t want for any of his children to go into the lake of fire so he needs your help and preaching his name, spreading the goodness of him & pushing souls back unto him. God is sending you out a generation that has become so self-absorbed; that they aren’t willing to sacrifice anything to be in his presence. Its says in Philippians 2:8 that

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In Blog on
April 18, 2017

Riding the fence

Am I Lukewarm Within my walk with God? Click To TweetAs I sit straddling the fence of wanting to live for Jesus I sometimes have this faint desire to satisfy my flesh. Lord, I know I must love one and hate the other but, how do I combat this thirst I have to drink from the fountain of flesh. I ride this fence torn between the two. I want to live for you but, I’m torn because my flesh rules over me. I hate to admit that sometimes I fall into submission to this desire. I am stuck riding this fence. Read more

In Be My Guest on
April 9, 2017

The 3 Components

 God asks us as believers to have three things:
Complete trust or confidence in someone or something.
Compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another authority
The state of feeling certain about the truth of something.

author : Nangie Fleurantin


These things may seem easy but we all know that life makes them almost impossible.
I personally struggle with these simple guidelines on a daily basis. I have to constantly be at God’s feet asking for strength.

One of my favorite stories in the bible comes from the book of Matthews, chapter eight starting on verse 23. The scripture says:

Then Jesus got into the boat and started across the lake with his disciples. 24 Suddenly, a fierce storm struck the lake, with waves breaking into the boat. But Jesus was sleeping. 25 The disciples went and woke him up, shouting, “Lord, save us! We’re going to drown!”
26 Jesus responded, “Why are you afraid? You have so little faith!” Then he got up and rebuked the wind and waves, and suddenly there was a great calm.
27 The disciples were amazed. “Who is this man?” they asked. “Even the winds and waves obey him!”

The part that got to me the most was that God was asking his disciples why they have little faith. Imagine if you were in that position. The King of kings is asking YOU, why your faith is so little. I would be crying and asking for forgiveness in a heartbeat.
God is like the wind. You can’t see him but you feel him, so you know he’s there. The disciples had the honor to see and feel him. But they still didn’t fully trust God.
This brings me to the topic of obedience.

1 Corinthians 15:58 says,
Therefore, my dear brothers and sisters, stand firm. Let nothing move you. Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.

To know God’s command and following it requires you to read the Word. That is a way he is able to communicate to us what we need to do on this earth. Others think that life is just about living and doing what we want to do. But that is not the case. The life we are living is not for us it is to glorify God. We are on a mission to bring souls back to the Father and the only way to do so is to be obedient.
In having faith and being obedient, you need confidence. A little swag to your walk. We are sons and daughters of a KING. His word will never fail.

Another favorite scripture of mine is Psalms 27:1,

The LORD is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The LORD is the defense of my life; Whom shall I dread?

When you know who are you and WHOSE you are, nothing should phase you. You should wake up in the morning with a smile on your face ready to take on the world. You know your Father in heaven has a plan for your life and you will walk in victory. He has given you the authority on Earth. With him, all things are possible (Phil. 4:13).

I know it is difficult to keep these in mind when life is coming at you hard. But know that the enemy has no power over you. God never says no. It’s either “not yet” or “I have something better.” Stand firm in your faith.
With love,

In Be My Guest on
March 31, 2017

You’re Not A Nobody

You Are Not A Nobody.

Author: Harriee X.

Have you ever walked into a room of people, who were supposed to be your friends and felt like an outcast? Somebody in the background? Felt like you don’t matter or whatever you said, was not being heard? Where you felt like that tree, in the play, no one wanted to be?


I have.


I didn’t feel like I was special, or if something happened to me, anyone would care. It can be very hard to see what we are worth or that we are even worth anything, when you’re constantly ignored or not seen for who you really are. To the person reading this post: You are not a nobody! To the person who doesn’t have many friends: You are not a nobody! To the person who ends up being the tree in the play: You too, are not a nobody!


You are in fact God’s somebody! Romans 9:25-26 says that, those who are called nobodies will be made somebody. Those who are unloved, will become loved.


‘I will call them “my people” who are not my people:

and I will call her “my beloved one” who is

not my loved one. And, ‘In the very place where it was said to them,

“You are not my people,” there they will be called “children of the

living God.”’ Romans 9:25-26 NIV

Did you see that?! You are not a nobody! You are not how others see you or what they say about you behind your back. You are someone God calls beloved. Children of the living God.

In the very places where they call our “You’re nobody!” or treat you like it, they are actually calling you ‘God’s Living Children’ Lysa Terkeurst

This is also found in Hosea 1:10.


‘Nobody’ noun + pronoun, according to the Cambridge dictionary means, not anyone or someone who is not important. But, the word ‘nobody’, is nowhere to be found in God’s dictionary. He didn’t create nobodies, because He knows YOU. He knows when you sit and when you rise. He is familiar with all your ways. If you really were a nobody, He wouldn’t care about the thoughts you have or the words you say. He deeply cares about your opinions; He cares about how you see yourself and if you walk into that room, with your head held high. He does!


God chose Jacob who was insecure, Zacchaeus who was unpopular & God chose you.


Get this; Zacchaeus was unpopular, a cheater and a sinner, yet Jesus called him by his name and insisted to stay at his house. In front of everyone! And this led to a change of heart. God knows your name. He knew you before you were even born and knew the steps you were going to take. If Jesus can pick an unpopular tax collector, then He has surely chosen you too.


You are so loved and significant; you now just need to embrace how Gods sees you. What about those days when you do feel like a nobody?


Say these 3 phrases out loud — I am not a Nobody! I am a somebody! God’s somebody!


Do you feel better? Say it every day, before you go out and hold your head up high.



Lord, thank you for the amazing people reading this post. I pray that You touch their hearts to know and keep close to them, that they are loved by You. That because You are worthy, they are also worthy. And most importantly, that they belong to You. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Harriee x

* I was so excited to work with this young lady, she’s so driven and determined to accomplish her goals while still living for Jesus. She is in the final stages of launching her blog. Stay on the lookout for her blog. From Aundra Williams 



In Blog on
March 17, 2017

Walk Into Freedom

I sat at Jesus feet filled with emptiness, so badly yearning to be freed from the bondage I was presently entangled in. Freedom seemed as if it was within my reach  but, still so far away. I cried out Jesus save me,  free me from this imprisonment of sinful behaviors, rejection, depression I so badly want to be with you. My soul screamed out that it was tired of bowing down in submission to sin, guilt & misery. God compassionately answered me and said” Its time that my people are free”.  See- Its been a declaration signed that all of God’s children has suffered enough pain that has been brought upon by the hand of the enemy. God is personally removing the hand of the enemy that has embodied his children lives, that has taunted them  into fear; God is saying its time to walk in freedom. Read more

In Be My Guest on
March 12, 2017

How to Improve Your Self-Confidence

How to Improve Your Self-Confidence

Author: Leah Pilcher

The most beautiful accessory that a girl could wear does not lie in the soles of her shoes but, it is hidden in soul of her heart. As a Christian women in today’s society we should deem ourselves as royalty because we’re daughters of the most high, almighty KING! What baffles me is the fact that we claim to be lovers of God but, constantly tear each other down with our words and demeanor. Below are some tips on how you could achieve self confidence through our Lord and savior.

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In Blog on
February 25, 2017

Compromising Your Faith.

Throughout life we face situations that challenge our beliefs, from being struck with obstacles that life bring upon we harbor upon the thought of compromising. We tend to believe compromising is our only best option when push comes to shove. We compromise ourselves into a relationship that wasn’t structured around God and find ourselves getting hurt or maybe we took a job out of desperation or disobedience. We all have been in similar situations as these, little do we know we settle more often than we tend to believe but, God is looking for people who aren’t negotiating their faith. Who aren’t compromising  the true essence of who they’re and the love they have for God.

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In Blog on
February 7, 2017

How would you be found in this season?

The month of January has been difficult for me hence the reason on the late posting. I found myself walking through snow and slipping on ice due to my car failing on me, along with someone draining my bank account. I cried out how much more? I felt myself breaking and crumbling and I remembered this vow I made with God that I would never curse him or speak badly on him, I felt as if I was a modern-day Job. As I walked in the cold I prayed that even if my situation doesn’t change I will be found rejoicing through this season. I ask you how would God find you in this current season you’re currently in? Will you be  found rejoicing or complaining?

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In Blog on
January 30, 2017

What are your eyes focused on?

I stood before you Jesus, doused in the fragrance of humbleness. Mesmerized in the beauty of you; we held hands which felt like time literally stopped. We stood in silence but our hearts connected; speaking volumes while I combatted the urge to blink. Blinking meant I had to take my eyes off of you. I couldn’t fathom the idea. Out of nowhere some figure stood in front of you; this figure must have meant a lot to me. Why didn’t I move them aside? I looked over their shoulder let out a huge sigh thinking- ” Thank God” the people within this room grew rapidly. I stood in the doorway of my heart. Running endlessly trying to find God. I asked numerous people. No one knew who I was nor did they know who you were. I crumbled– face down! I cried out Lord please save me, where are you? While being kneeled down I looked up and I saw the people within the room messing. I was dressed shabbily; covered with the smell of sin. I walked to him ever so graciously not knowing that I left. I held my hands out for his embrace his movement towards my hands caused me to become whole again. We stood…. Our hearts spoke I asked him ” why did he leave me? He said

I never left you my child I stood here– It was you who left me. You took your eyes off of me! And focused them on the world.

I come here today asking you– Who stands in front of God? Who is in your life that is figuratively planted in front of God. Who are we worshipping if it isn’t God? What are your eyes focused on? Ask yourself who is in my life that distracts me from seeking God. We spend countless amounts of time trying to perfect our lives; instead we must spend that time perfecting our walk so that we may not stumble when faced with difficulties in proverbs 6:21-22

it says bind them on your heart always; tie them around your neck. When you walk; they will lead you. watch over you; and when you awake they will talk to you.

God gives us specific directions on what to do so that our eyes won’t stumble us; and our feet wont fail us. Bind his commandments to your neck to keep you from stumbling and taking your eyes off of Christ.

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  1. Social Media
  2. Relationships| Friendships
  3. Money

Above are the things that I have come to acknowledge that take our eyes off of Christ. We spend hours on social media but, do we spend one hour reading or praying? We spend months and years trying to work out a relationship that should have ended OR a relationship that should have never  an been option but, do we spend that much time being exposed to God? Do we try to mend our relationship with God? Talk to him daily? Hang| Spend time in his presence? I spent weeks contacting my web designer with ideas and designs for the relaunch of my website but, I spent even more time confessing to him that I don’t want to get consumed in chasing after my goals; that I lose sigh of you. I don’t want to go and open doors down trying to reach my earthly goal that I lose my vision of God. Working endless days just to get money but do I sow that money to the church? We must ask ourself daily what are my eyes focused on?

  1. What are my eyes focused on?
  2. Who stands in front of God?
  3. Do I want success more than God?

As Always Love you like crazy! Jesus Is Forever!

Aundra. 🙂