We started out the New Year with a car crashing into ours! Now, it’s not drivable (so frustrating). Still, we must press on with His peace. Right? Watch what I mean in this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Find out when you watch this episode of Zara & Family VLOG.
Remember that “Spillin’ the Tea On Me” installment I did entitled Friendship Struggles? Well, I never got to update you on some of the ridiculous feedback I got. Since I haven’t spilled any tea on me in a while, I decided to bring the stories back with an update on this particular one. Get the “tea” when you watch this new installment.
There won’t ever be a time it’s not necessary to present diligent pleas to God—therefore, we must never grow weary in having to do so. We may get tired of facing affliction and storms, but we must never get tired of praying through them. Find out why when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
Can I just tell you? I swore up and down (just the north Jerz in me, using my normal figure of speech to show how certain I was), that I was writing one novel. All the way up until the middle of 2017. I would look at my outline for It Came 2 Pass and feel like I had a mountain to climb—that I’d never be able to.
Gone are the days when I was a younger single woman, and had energy to type into the wee hours, thousands of words. I’m actually tired by the time sunset hits. So, even though I’m not naturally an “early bird,” this flesh will have to get beat into submission in order to get it done before sunrise.
“Enough already!” Oh my goodness…that’s what I’m telling myself.
Did you know there’s a common root of our gripes with, and murmurings against, God? And that root is a specific sin too. In the book of Job, it may seem like his fear [Job 3:25-26] was the issue. However, we find out later, that very specific sin was what Job had to repent of, not fear. Find out what it is when you watch this episode of Zara Talks.
The fight with unbelief usually springs from a pride within our own heart, so we must be adamant about asking God to search our heart, constantly. Otherwise we end up masking the real issue; pride. For many Christians, they pretend their zeal for God is driving them, when they’re really only after something they envy or covet (rooted in pride). That pride keeps us from relying on God’s understanding, which then prevents us from growing in faith. So, we succumb to unbelief. WATCH now, to learn more.
Here’s an update on my 30-day absence.