Most people do it and I have to be honest I do too. As sanctified and as saved as my soul is, my flesh needs a lot of work, or slaying:
During a boxing match the boxer goes to their corner to speak with their trainer, the cut man and their encourager. During my battle I have The Father, The Son and The Holy Ghost. I have The One in my corner to help me give my enemy the knock out he asked for.
I’ve been having my own little Antwone Fisher moment. Learning that I have sisters, twin brothers, aunts and uncles. I was the only S. Anderson I knew but now I know another one and she’s my sister. I almost fainted thinking about our names Shaunté Anderson, Shyann Anderson and Ashanti Anderson.
I have been asked on numerous occasions to write a book on church hurt. I can see why the people that have asked me wanted me to write it as well. They want someone to avenge them. They want someone like me, someone with a relationship with God and a voice to place judgement on
Doing this gives us a visual of what we have declared over our lives and create a lasting memory to cherish for ever.
The vision God has given me is positive as well but it comes with a disclaimer: In 2017 God is going to bless you with double but you’re going to have to go through some trouble to get it.
Women who experience the impostor phenomenon maintain a strong belief that they are not intelligent; in fact they are convinced that they have fooled anyone who thinks otherwise.
We are always striving to be better wives and better mothers. It’s so easy to lose our individuality in this process. Through “Me Time: Redefining Womanhood” God will impart to us relevant wisdom on living a full life and embracing who we truly are.
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