Transformation Sequel – Good-bye & Hello

Transformation Sequel – Good-bye & Hello

Good-bye, Afraid. Good-bye, Ashamed.

Tonight I have learnt something really cool and exciting about myself. I have transformed spiritually, mentally and emotionally; truly getting to know (and love) myself. I dont care what others think of me. The cross has set me free. Another chain down. Another step in healing and learning my identity in Christ. Pretty exciting, right? Well, let me explain how I came to this realization and a new found..ME.

Its Friday. Its cold. Its December.

*interruptions begin*

As I write this, my sister is complaining about it being 11:17pm and she has to work at 10am tomorrow morning. Typical.

I can’t even talk, think or write at the moment. Trying to discuss the above paragraph with them has been completely turned and redirected to something I am not even talking about. Completely misunderstanding what I’m trying to say.

*An hour later and without interruptions*

And just like He promises, He will never leave or forsake you. I was finally understood.


The post above has been saved as a draft since 2017.

Transformation takes time. I remember that night. Another night explaining my transformation and feeling like I’m not being fully understood.

When you hear someone giving God praise, it’s not because the Lord answered their prayer right away or because they are being boastful. No, friends, (because of their faithfulness and obedience to an understanding, forgiving, and loving Father) they are seeing true, undenying transformation in their lives.

Transformation takes time. I no longer feel misunderstood, and if I am, that’s okay. It is now 2019 and it feels like that draft was saved years and years ago. The transformation that has taken place since then is ridiculously beautiful. Humbling. I’m beyond thankful. When you say good-bye to those chains, you see the beauty that was created along the way; a transformed you.

He hasn’t forgotten or left me.

Neither has He left you – –

– – now say, “Hello,” to Beautiful.

– Her

CLICK on “Hello”


Spouse Working on Their Off Day Again?

Spouse Working on Their Off Day Again?

Listen ladies and gents, I know ALL about my husband working on his off days and the time it takes away from me and our children.

What I want to do today is just go to God in prayer to help my husband succeed in his work.

When he first started his new position it was difficult to adjust to. I was having terrible evenings, was upset, and felt pushed to the side. I no longer feel that way.

I started reading what God says my role is as a wife. I’m his helper. It took a few weeks to fully grasp and accept what that meant for me. But I did it because I want to be the best wife I can be to my husband and I want to please the Lord.

God has wired people to achieve and to be successful in their work. He gave us all strengths and gifts for a reason. This doesn’t just apply to men but to women, as well. However, the husband does feel more of the pressures to provide for the home. Men want to succeed in their work; in fact, if a man continues to fail in his work, he will probably struggle in every other area of his life, especially at home. I definitely do not want my husband feeling like he is failing. Therefore, I help him succeed by taking my prayers to heaven for supernatural help in his work and in himself.

I know a Lot about his job and what goes on every day. When he talks to me about it, I listen and then I ask him questions. Even though, it has, in the past, been talked about too much, I am still his number one fan and I am committed to my duty as his wife; being his helper.

If you struggle with your spouses job and the responsibilities they hold take some time to ask these kinds of questions:

· What is the biggest breakthrough you had this week or wish you could have this week?

· What do you want to see in your colleagues, employees, or your own managements way of work ethic and character, and how can you help improve them?

· What do you need to do in order to be able to spend more time at home?

And don’t stop here, expand on those questions. Ask your spouse questions that will reveal the specific ways you can pray to God on their behalf. Don’t just ask God to “please help my husband/wife at work.” Anyone could pray in that way, but only you have the heart to really uncover what you want to ask God to do for your husband/wife that would make them dance with joy. Pray specifically for those things.

Do you know what would mean the world to your husband/wife if it came true this year? This month? This week? Sadly, very few men/women have any idea about the work life of their spouse except when they aren’t home on time or they are working od their off day. Again. As you encourage their growth and success at work, the blessing will boomerang to your home as well.

Today, I am thankful for his work ethic and his growth. It is such a pleasure to see the man he continues to grow into each and everyday. And he’s able to grow because he can focus on certain aspects of his life without stress or nagging from me. Instead, my husband has a helper.

When your thoughts transform from your own and into God’s, this way of thinking becomes so much easier and even happens without you “thinking” about it. It’s an amazing feeling. I’m not mad, angry, stressed, or resentful. I’m able to go about my day with the feeling of fulfillment. I thank the Lord for giving that to me.

And may the Lord our God show us his approval and make our efforts successful. Yes, make our efforts successful!

Psalms 90:17 NLT

Turning Wounds Into Wisdom,

You Him and Her 💜