I had the awesome privilege of being able to share the word at our church this past Sunday. My message was a result of spending most of this year asking God to teach me about submission. What I discovered has totally blown me away and I hope what I shared impacted people as much as it impacted me! In a nutshell, I highlighted the different sorts of submission from the Bible and tried my best to explain what exactly submission is. This message also forms a part of a chapter on submission in my book, Esther or Delilah, which is coming out next year. In the meantime, have a listen to the message here.
I've considered deleting this blog many times but can't seem to let it go for some reason. Perhaps because it contains such an important part of my life and I'm hoping that somehow my 'scribblings' can inspire and help others going through some of the things I've been through. So, I continue to hold onto it for a little longer. Tonight, 31st December 2021, I reflect on not only the year that has passed but the many years before that too. I love to look back and reflect before plotting the way forwards into a new year. So I've pulled out all my journals and as I flip through the pages I am in awe of how far I have come. Only today I found myself chatting with Jordan about the importance of not comparing ourselves with others but without past self, and as I look back I am amazed and how far I have come. I can't help but go back to that day. The day that I hit rock bottom. I had been a Christian for 10 years at that point and yet still found myself on the
Hi Angela - thank you for visiting the Ruby for Women blog! We also have a community website where we would love to share your books with our members! We also have a monthly onling Christian women's ezine where we could do a feature article on your and your books . . . let me know if you are interested. Please visit our community at www.rubyforwomen.ning.com and I would also like to invite you to visit me at my personal blog at www.mamaslittletreasures.comReplyDelete
Looking forward to connecting with you so we can share your ministry with all of our readers and members of Ruby for Women!
Thanks so much, Nina Newton, Sr. Editor, Ruby for Women
Submission - a word a lot of us women don't like I think! I know I don't! Has been very helpful for me to fully understand the concept of submission without immediately associating it with being a 'pushover'! I will be looking at this word in a new light now and applying it to my life and relationships :)ReplyDelete