Joined 8 years ago
I like to talk (or write) about the things I love and the things that have meaning for me and share it to humanity.
Just like anyone else, I have also my share of heartaches and pains and God touched me and healed me. On the other hand, God has also fulfilled my desires as His word says in Psalm 37:4, "Delight yourself unto the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart."
I was led to write blogs or hubs because this has also been my desire and passion. I love writing essays, even way back in high school. I love to read inspirational books, I love to talk, I love to fellowship, I love to pray and meditate. I also love to dance (unto the Lord). I only dance as an expression of joy and for celebration of my victory, not as a part of congregational worship. I believe each one of us has a destiny placed by God, and we have to know what it is and we have to find it.
Let me tell you a bit about myself. I am a pastor’s wife. Now, this does not mean I am “holier than thou”. I am also a simple sinner who received God’s good grace, somehow (Romans 3:10; 23). Just like anybody else, I also need Christ to be my guide and use His strength to carry on because I am also weak and can stumble and fall.
I have been very successful in my career even before I became a Pastor’s wife, but I am admitting I have also failed and God cleaned and straightened my mess. I also have my share of heartaches and feel the sting of pain, but I can “call upon His Name and He always answers in mighty ways which I do not even know“. (That is in Jeremiah 33:3). As a Christian pastor’s wife, I am not also declaring I am clean-living nor speak of being a Christian with pride. I thank God I am loved and always forgiven.
It is also my goal to create a happier and healthier life for myself, my family, then to the community and all of humankind.
I believe that we are in this world for one another and that we should not be reservoirs only, but as conduits. We love, we fellowship, we share and learn from one another.
2 years ago
Is dancing in the spirit biblical and is it a spiritual gift? Is there such thing as dancing in the spirit?
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