Be guided

I realized after my public testimony that a number of people were praying for me. This didn’t come as a surprise, it came as a pleasant realization.

So many of us have people fighting battles for us even without our knowledge. This has taught me the importance of surrounding ourselves with people of like minds and intentions.

I walked into my daughter’s crèche this morning and remembered that I had confided in one of her teachers about the bleeding.

I exclaimed ‘It has stopped!’ and immediately two of them got up and danced and were praising the Lord. This actually shocked me because I was not expecting the second lady to understand what I meant. But it so happens that they had been praying for me collectively and my testimony came as a great relief to them. This warmed my heart. It made me appreciate the little things of life all over again. It also taught me that the choices we make, no matter how little goes along way.

I always tell anyone who cares to listen that my decision to take my daughter to that particular crèche was divine.

This reinforced the fact that we need to back all our decisions with spiritual guidance. I try not to make decisions by myself. I really try to put God in all areas of my life. This has worked for me, I know it will work for you.

Another thing I’d like to touch on today is that we need to show love to everyone. We do not have to wait till someone dies before we write an epistle of what they mean to us.

Live each day like it’s your last, show some love and pray for all.

Enjoy the rest of your week! Wishing you a fun weekend in advance!

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