I would like to say I am walking into this week like…πŸ’ƒ” but honestly, I am hardly walking, I am more like treading. Treading very carefully. Sometimes, when I feel led, I’ll second guess, almost like, “Are you sure about this, Lord? Because it doesn’t seem like the best or easiest or most comfortable plan …” But I am realising more and more that I don’t know what’s coming, and rather than fussing over it and trying to question it all, I just have to relax, pray and let God be God…

Friends it’s OK not to be OK and have it all together. When David became weary with moaning. God didn’t become weary with listening. (Psalm 6:6-9) The God of all comfort keeps watch over your weeping. He gathers up all your tears and put them in His bottle.(Psalm 56:8) Like a doting mother sitting besides her childs sickbed, God marks every sigh, discomfort and pain. Not one moment escapes God’s attention who neither slumbers nor sleep.(Psalm121:4)

As God says to King Hezekiah, so he says to each of his children, “I have heard your prayer, I have seen your tears…” (2 Kings 20:5) Remember your limitations are of no surprise to God. Your circumstances are made irrelevant in his Mighty name — It’s hardly ever about what YOU CAN DO in your abilities, but what God is able to DO THROUGH YOU.

My prayer in this moment for you is that your troubles turns to triumph, your turmoil turns around tremendously and your transition turns into God-ordained testimoney. FOR HE IS ABLE. Amen!

Blessings and Love…😊


  1. I sit here…
    looking at all the likes, views and other good progress…
    I think to myself…
    what makes me so kool that you can take the time to read or skip through (which is kool to) my blog…
    however I wreak my brain trying to figure out….
    thanks again for your support!πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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  2. Amen & amen. You definitely don’t have to have it all together. Your transparency is refreshing. Sometimes religious people get so “religious” that they become unrelatable due to their “all is well” mask. It’s important for people to know they’re not alone in their pain, wondering and struggle. God bless you for being real! Praying clarity, wisdom, understanding and extra strength come to you now in Jesus’ name. ❀

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  3. Good Morning, Sweet Angel Woman!!! You just lifted my heart so high I’m not even able to see it at the moment! Seriously, Junaisha, Thank You for this. My prayer for You is the same. And that in all the countless gifts of beauty God shines on us in each and every moment You see how many gifts of beauty and Love You sprinkle about You as You make Your way through the world. Truly lovely that You share Your heart/experience/wisdom in such a broad manner. Thank You and God Bless You and whatever it is You are faithfully moving toward/through. πŸ’–πŸ™πŸΌπŸ˜Š

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  4. I am not sure how you came to do this work… But it helps some people and I think that that is good.. I will be leaving the blogging community, but I will be reading and keeping tabs on what’s going on.. Keep up the GOOD work!

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  5. This is true my friend πŸ’―. We all have bad days but it doesn’t have to be the end — there is always a way, and GOD will show you the way, and in most cases he is the way. Thanks for sharing your wonderful message ✌️✌️

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  6. My mom was a woman of faith. She suffered from Lupus and then pulmonary Fribrois. She suffered. Her brothers and sister didn’t care. Even my dad neglected her. But still she never lost her faith. The day she died I was so angry at a lot of people even myself, but I was also angry at God. How could he have taken her like that? Why did he have to take her when it was my time with her? It’s been almost two years since she passed away, and it’s only now I’m starting to understand what he did was for the best. There was no way out for her. But where she is now, she’s happy and she’s with people who love her and she is pain free. I miss her everyday. But now I thank God she is in a place where she is happy

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  7. Thank you for such amazing words. I am going through that right now. It may seem silly to ask, ” are you sure about that God?” It is now , until now, I close my eyes and just jump, leap, walk, crawl…what ever is his call. And then his Grace and Love so bountiful….thank you Jesus.

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  8. Wow!!! I’m blessed to be in the same β€˜family of God’ as you, my sister. It is obvious that you are on the battle field for the Lord and He has rewarded you with a tremendous following. To have His trust surely means you also obey His word. Continued success and continue to give all praise and honor to Him.

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  9. This has always been a struggle for me. I’m a control freak, and admittedly, I sometimes don’t trust God or his plans. However, I recently turned something completely over to him, and it’s been very liberating.

    I’ve always wanted to get married and have kids, but I’m still single at 27. I haven’t dated much, and I’ve often ranted to God about my relationship status. I’ve ranted to other people, too, and I was an annoying, broken record. But I had a realization a few weeks ago that I REALLY don’t need anyone else to take care of right now, and I felt this sense of peace at being single. This acceptance has drastically changed my outlook on life, and it feels amazing.

    Thanks for your encouraging post. πŸ™‚

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  10. Amen! Came to your page and I chose the right post to read needed that the part about second guessing what God is telling you to do. I know this is wrong and we should be obedient so thanks for sharing feels great knowing I’m not the only one but I will start listening and being a doer of his word more. … Thank you

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  11. This is what I need at this time. I feel like He has forsaken me. My prayers remain unanswered. All that is happening in my life is the opposite of what I have been asking for. I can no longer understand Him. I have started to question Him. Is He real? Why does He allow bad things to happen in my life? Why does He give me problems and pain that I cannot bear? Am I that bad? Am I being punished?

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  12. Just the words I needed to hear. It’s motivating and enjoyed reading the Psalm references to your momentary experiences. I’ve been moaning the last couple of months and found no answers. I’ve been second guessing reassurances just like you’ve mentioned in your post and it yielded nothing. In fact it made me anxious. So I’m going to rest and let things take over because sometimes its best to trust a plan when you know nothing about it and leave it to unravel itself. Surprise is a good thing!

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  13. Amen. It is so easy to doubt God however I have come to the part of my journey where I’ve told myself no one else is above God and only He can change things for me. It’s difficult yes to allow my mind to fully relent and let God be God and be in control as sometimes I still want to hang on to the little control I have, which I do so that I do not get hurt. There was a time I didn’t even want to pray about things because I felt the more I prayed the more things went south, and I felt like that was just making the journey with Christ harder. But now I’m learning to fully allow him to lead me and show me his plans for my life. Thank you for this

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