Worship tagged posts

The Transition


Since most of you has been up to date in terms of reading my blog, you guys all know I went through my ultimate heartbreak with my first ever ex boyfriend two years ago. See link for the whole story. It was painful but I know you’re all familiar on how I moved on through A Christian’s road to recovery  article.

I have gone a long way since then, walking closer to God each and every day as I journey through Christianity. I’m well aware that I have developed a frozen heart due to the trauma of my past relationship. People say I locked my heart out but I feel like it’s not just locked, I have built the walls of Jericho around it! hahahaha But I have a feeling that’s about to change. Not now, but soon.

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Right now I feel like God is already preparing me for my next season which is why I title...

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A Christian’s Road to Recovery


                Going through the ultimate heartbreak with my first ever boyfriend was harder than I thought. Click link for the whole story. As a kid, I told myself I will never cry over a boy. That I would move on after 2 days. Easier said than done, I know! And now that I’m living the moment, I therefore conclude, it’s not possible to move on in 2 days haha 🙂 Though it is possible to move on at a faster rate. Let me show you how.

Road to recovery

1) Hold on to your faith

                All throughout my heartbreak I only have one verse in mind. Isaiah 66:9 God said “I will not cause pain without allowing something new to be born.” I kept repeating this verse over and over and over again until the heart break is not as painful anymore...

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The first Victory Service


My journey as a Born Again Christian began when I decided to follow Jesus during my first victory service. January 2011, I will never forget. It was the very first time I attended victory service and finally I found HOME. I responded to Pastor Ariel’s altar call and my life changed ever since. Let me share my story with you.

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My Hesitations:

My brother Christian, was the one who introduced us to Victory. Funny how I grew up in Festival mall but never even knew it existed. I was always in search for a spiritual community even as a kid so I was very excited to know we’ll finally attend church. Its been a long time since we attended one. When we got to the venue, I was culture shocked with everything in it. The venue looked so modern...

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