The last few days have been an interesting, to say the least.
Help, I Can’t Turn This Singing Baloon Off!
My 5 year old keeps hitting the HUGE “singing” balloon I got for Valentine’s day and now, I can’t get the country and corny “Roses Are Red, My Love” ballad out of my head!!lol! Okay, enough about that…
I’ve heard all kinds of wonderful feedback from men and women, who’ve confirmed just how much the message I ministered “From The Cradle of Crisis to The Door of Destiny” impacted their lives on Saturday.
Many who gave feedback, happen to be “Christian Divorcees” who thought they were healed more than they were, at that particular time. Men and women, shared how listening brought tears to their eyes as healing came forth. It caused them to re-evaluate where they are so that God could truly deal with “heart issues” that could possibly hold them back if not dealt with now.
For me, just delivering that message and sharing a bit more transparency in where I am and where I hope to be, also brought healing to me as well, in more ways than one.
It was as if a huge burden was lifted and continued to be lifted with every word that I spoke. No one can deny, “The enemy is defeated by the BLOOD of the Lamb and the WORD of our testimony” (Revelation 12:11) I’ve always staunchly believed that you still may be in need of deliverance, until you can tell your testimony.
For me, this time around really ushered me to a new level of FREEDOM, as I decided to truly OWN my side of the divorce, without being swallowed by shame and embarrassment because of situations and circumstances that I could not control and that I had NOTHING to do with.
That’s not my story and not mine to be ashamed of.
Whew! Thank God for healing, deliverance and revelation!
I really had no idea how much this ministry is needed until I started this blog and then even more so after I began reviewing the stats from those trying to sign up for the webinar Successfully Single and from those downloading it for free over the weekend; several hundred in a couple days. And while that may not sound like a lot to some, for me that’s quite a bit, considering, we only did a small “viral campaign”
One other thing I noticed from myself and many others I’ve spoken with or heard from is that NOW, they are really ready to be open and honest about what they WANT, DESIRE AND NEED out of life and a potential covenant husband/wife.
This is so important.
Once you’ve gone through a divorce, you can really start to see what you believe is acceptable and non-acceptable in your life and in a lifelong partner.
I think this quote from Barbara De Angelis says it best, for me!
Living with integrity means: ·
Not settling for less than what you know you deserve in your relationships.
· Asking for what you want and need from others.
· Speaking your truth, even though it might create conflict or tension.
· Behaving in ways that are in harmony with your personal values.
· Making choices based on what you believe, and not what others believe.
What have you learned about what you desire and need from a potential mate?
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