Thursday, November 12, 2009

Standing In The Midst of the Storm

Have you ever felt like your worth is less than that of others because you don’t make six figures or have all the tangibles that society deems necessary in order for you to be certified as successful?

Do you rent rather than own?

Did you lose that contract you worked so hard to land? Has the door of opportunity suddenly closed in your face?

Have you lost your drive because you’re not at the level that others in your profession or ministry have already reached?

Have you lost possessions or jobs that society said you had to have in order to be considered successful?

Do you feel like a failure?

You do? Why? – Haven’t you been speaking life into your circumstances and over your family? If you haven’t you should because these words have already been spoken over you: “For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” (Jeremiah 29:11)

Look at the mountains in your life, in your business plan and maybe even in your faith. By faith you can speak to that mountain. It can be removed. You just have to apply faith to works and listen to that still quiet voice for instructions.

My final questions to you today is this - Do you have the courage to stand in the midst of your storm? Will you speak to the mountains in your life?


  1. Amen, Linda. This blog entry sounds very much like the message that I've been spreading as a part of my I Shall Not Die ministry. Good stuff, and very much needed in times like these. Speak LIFE!

  2. Wow!! What a powerful message! Thanks for posting this, Linda. Very inspiring words!

  3. Ministry indeed Ms. Kendra. We have been placed here as representatives of the Most High in service to others.

    Thank you for stopping by.

  4. Hey Cecelia.

    Thank you for stopping by. Looking forward to your upcoming release an the inspiring message we'll find inside.


  5. Great post and wonderful reflection. Would love to share with others.


  6. Thanks for these reminders. Inspiring!