Let God Handle That

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Are there times where you feel like having wings to fly away would be a great perk in your life? Then, you wouldn’t have to deal with the challenges, trials, and issues sent to build your character and faith. Get a hot cup of coffee and sit down in your favorite chair so this can get deep down in your spirit. I was there in my life several times where wings would have saved my life I thought.

Too often when times get hard, we like to run from the problem because we don’t feel a sense of control. When it seems insurmountable for us, that is when God is saying, “let me handle that.” How can we expect God to truly handle our issues if we are giving our problems to our family members, co-workers, fellow church members to handle?

Since this blog is for me to use my personal experiences to help someone else, I will be sharing from what I have learned along the way when it comes to how I handled issues. See, many people who know me have never called my behavior for what it truly was. That’s okay, I looked in the mirror and had to get real with myself in order to see the real me. I had codependency issues that I have dragged around with me for more years than I care to count. I noticed that I had become a very complicated person who needed validation, attention, and approval the majority of the time.

I failed to realize until it was too late that many people tolerated me, but  I was noticing I had began to wear people out quickly. As you sip your tea, ask yourself who wants to be around someone who has to constantly be spoon-fed?

We are all God’s children and when we are in need then we should run to him. He created us, and he is well-equipped to handle our neediness, our urgencies, and our emergencies. That’s why he told us to cast all our cares upon him because he cares. Let God Handle that no matter what “the that” is and meditate on I Peter 5:7. It’s time for us to grow up and allow God to be The CEO of our lives if we want things to be well with us.

Copyrighted By Teneille Sheree

 

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🖤Good Bye Bad Attitudes 🖤

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Matthew 5:22  But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment; whoever insults his brother will be liable to the council; and whoever says, ‘You fool!’ will be liable to the hell of fire.

We as people pass by one another each day never looking up to acknowledge a person who has stayed up the night before to wrestle with that stubborn suicidal spirit. We look in the mirror to smile before heading out our doors only to check our teeth and make sure our make up is flawless. From there, that smile is tucked in our back pockets until the next mirror check but not used for the hopeless, the heartbroken, the lost, depressed, or neglected people who could use it most.

Instead  of smiling, we grip our pride and hold on to our arrogance walking around with our nose in the air not speaking to those who need a kind word or to see a pleasant face. God has commanded us to show love to one another just as he has shown us. Our attitudes should not cause others to stumble or ignite anger in their hearts. Our faces, attitudes, hearts, spirits, minds, thoughts, and lives should be saturated with Godly demonstrations despite the actions of others or opposition we are faced with. God’s word says, “Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice. And be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.” Ephesians 4:31-32

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P.A.W.♡ -♡ Pray And Wait

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Ever been put in a situation where you had no choice but to send a shout out to the Lord whether it  was on bent knees, broke knees, or ashy knees? It comes a time in the most hardened-hearted person’s life to have a Jesus moment. That moment that reassures you that you are not alone, although friends seem few. When your money is low and bills are due, prayer is the answer. When life has thrown you lemons, and you have no sugar to make lemonade. Prayer will sweeten up things, block other things, and add everthing you need. It is the assurance in knowing that if no one else heard you, God did. Your prayer may be different than your neighbors, but all of us need God for something. You do not have to hide anything from God. You are an open book to him if you didn’t know. He knows your every move in the game. He wants your heart in prayer. Will you give it to him?

♡ After giving your heart (mindset, behavior, problems, burdens, flesh) to God in prayer, do you trust him enough to wait on his answer? Although waiting is not fun nor exciting, it is vital to your process. You can slip up by praying about a situation then moving out of position which aborts the entire plan of God. As you are waiting, there is still work to be done. This is where prayer comes in again.  You need to seek direction and ask God what would He have you do. Catch the rhythm- pray and wait; pray and wait. So, do not confuse waiting with becoming lazy. When you learn to wait, you allow things to happen in full manifestation and at the peak timing.

Love,

Teneille Sheree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My God is Able

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Have you ever felt so alone, so left out, so misundertood, so broken, so insanely angry at what has become of your life? It’s like you live in a world where you have free will to make choices, but you allow other people to decide how things in your life should work. Why must you feel tortured for being alive when all you are trying to do is be a productive member of society and to teach your children to do the same?  You are not the only one who has problems you say to yourself. You are not the only one who has been rejected or a victim of some type of unwanted event although you may feel like you are an isolated case. Whatever dilemma you are facing, there is a solution. It would be senseless to think that God who created all things would allow problems to occur in your life with no answer to fix it. My next statement will shock some and bare witness with others who understand God’s word. Some look to counselors, doctors, medications,and recreational drugs to meet their needs which can only be satsified by God. He said to seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things will be added. What things? Peace of mind, wholeness, good health, wealth, joy will be added to those who have resilience in giving everything within them to the one who created them.

If God can take my broken heart and restore it, he can do the same for anyone else. A Bachelor’s degree that took a total of 11 years to complete due to many setbacks.  Although I had completed 3 years of college immediately after high school, heartbreak and pain made several attempts to slay my destiny but God had purpose in this too. Doctors said I would never work again and needed to seek long term assistance for support, however I had a praying Mother who believed I would come out of the tight grip depression had on me. After many tears, late nights, and long talks with God, I’m still here on assignment with destiny on my mind. You can’t tell me anything about my God!

 

 

 

 

 

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Let Them Keep Talking

WHILE THEY TALK


LET’S FOCUS ON OUR WALK

There is a place that we must come to in our mind and spirit where we no longer worry about those who put their mouth on us. It is vital to understand that we ONLY have CONTROL over US. We can weigh ourselves down worrying about people who speak down about us because they really are down about themselves. Someone whose spirit is sabotaged will desire the same for others whom they think are happier than they are. We, as people, want others to esteem, approve, validate, and understand us even when those people are not tied to our purpose or destiny. We often times start picking up the control and playing the game right along with them. They call us out our name and now it is a battle of words. I look, laugh, and thank God for revelation now because if I don’t give them any bait then they can’t bite. People are entertained when someone is entertaining them.

It is easy to focus on a statement made especially when it pertains to us, but we must be mindful that what we give our attention to is what will eventually rule our spirit. It is necessary to be at our most optimal level mentally and spiritually in order to succeed in this life. Our focus can be thrown off by  chatter and that can cause us to miss out on our cycle of blessings. I Thessalonians 5:17 says to pray without ceasing. The reason God gave us instruction to do so is because he knows that the devil is after those who have been called to do a great work in the earth realm.

Words are very powerful, and so God had to give us a weapon because he already knew the angle the enemy would use his Emps to come for us. We must be fully aware of what we are allowing to fill our ear gates and drop into our spirit man.. What goes in the airways from the lips of others can affect us and our children if we allow ill words spoken to take root in our heart.

There is a way to disconnect from the opinions and negativity spoken on us and over our life. It’s simple and once we can take hold of this truth we will no longer be robbed of peace by being concerned about what others say about us. God has said many things about us. He has given us many promises to look forward to. He has a plan and purpose for our life.

Jeremiah 29:11 —-

(For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”)

Let’s start believing these things concerning our life. Let’s start focusing on what the Lord has said about our life. We are what we believe! As the New Year approaches, let’s shift our mindset and regain focus of the things that matter the most.

 

 

 

 

 

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Let Go of My Soul

Many of us have heard of soul ties before as this is a term used all too much in Christian culture. My definition of a soul tie is a union or bond that links a person to someone else in the spirit. This can be healthy if you and this person have formed the right relationship. An example of a healthy soul tie would be a friendship built on trust, respect, and open communication. It is very important to focus on these ties as most times these are people who will be with you for the long haul.

With every good thing, there is a force that counters that. So, it is the unhealthy soul ties that I want to focus on in this particular post. It is not my intent to dwell on the negatives,  but I would like to bring awareness of how an unhealthy soul tie can limit your emotional, mental, and spiritual development.

An unhealthy soul tie can be formed through an intimate encounter with someone, a person you have a child by whom has moved on with their life, or a person  you have grown close with through close interactions whom doesn’t have your best interest at heart. These are the ties that need to be cut, burned, and severed never to be entangled in again. It takes the almighty God with all his infinite wisdom and power to destroy the memories, emotions, and thoughts of what once was with that person. From my personal experiences with soul ties in general, it seemed like that individual had a hold or grip on me. The more I began to search for healing in this area, I realize that spiritually that is exactly what has occurred.  A deposit has been made in your spirit when a certain amount of time, energy, and  advice had been invested whether these be positive or negative exchanges.

When you have ties to someone or something that is detrimental to your  growth, you have to kill it at the root quickly. That soul tie can flow into every part of your life and create chaos. I didn’t take my net of soul ties seriously until I stopped eating, lost excessive weight, and found myself looking in the mirror not recognizing me. These soul ties had a grip on my life. Yes, they gave me a run for my money. These ties fought hard to arrest my sanity, my purpose, vision, dreams, and goals. My esteem was stripped and that brought along pain, misery, and brokenness. There is sunshine after the end of the storm.

In breaking the unhealthy soul ties in my own life, it was a matter of consistent praying. I prayed for wholeness. I prayed for the spirit of forgiveness to dwell in my heart. I prayed for a mending of my heart back to a place of joy and peace. I equipped myself with wisdom and knowledge as it pertained to why I am important apart from my connection with that person. I concentrated on connecting to my true source of strength, the Holy spirit, for divine healing from the inside out. I could pretend that I’m walking in total deliverance in this area but who would I be fooling. I struggle with ridding my soul of these past entries even now as often times it can take years for complete healing to occur. In my journey, I have also committed to a life of abstinence until I’m married to God’s chosen for my life. Again, sex is not the only way a soul tie can form, but it is one of the most difficult to break. Please know taking your body off the market will produce quicker results than someone who is in and out the bed with the one they are battling breaking free from.

 

Meditate on these scriptures to release the grip on your soul:

 

(I Corinthians 6:19 NIV)  Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own.

(I Peter 1:15-16 NIV)  (15)But just as he who called you is holy, so be holy in all you do, (16) for it is written: Be holy, because I am holy.

(Psalms 147:3 NIV) He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.

 

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Hush, Little Baby

There have been times in my life where I have questioned myself about why I told  certain people whom I considered close to me things. I realize now that we all are subject to human error every now and then. However, we are supposed to do better when we know better. Right?

I knew people could tarnish and would tarnish my reputation, but I opened up regardless of taking that factor into consideration.

I have skeletons in my closet just like everyone else except for I had this misconception in my mind that when I told my secrets the person I told would not say a word. My mother has always told me that there are just some things you keep between you and God. Boy, do I wish I would have listened to her. I know there are other people out here that feel like this. You live for attention. You live to tell your story. It’s nothing wrong with that, but be wise in what you choose to share. Opening your mouth and saying the wrong thing can end a friendship, a marriage, or a job.

Truth is, it can be hard sometimes to keep your mouth shut. Handle your conversations with TLC. Think, listen, and Consider before running your mouth.

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