Dear Gifted Girl, Setting our faces like flint is not a defensive act of resilience. No. Setting our faces like flint is a response to the help of the Lord. But the Lord God helps me; therefore I have not been disgraced; therefore I have set my face like a flint, and I know that … Continue reading A Servant’s Song (#DearGiftedGirl)
Dear Gifted Girl, My prayer is that we learn contentment in our obedience, and hold steady. (I wanted to call this entry "Wait Your Turn.") The temptation of the current day culture is to be seen -- to make ourselves visible, to market ourselves. I admit there is something in the cycle of achievement where … Continue reading The Anonymous Blessing (#DearGiftedGirl)
Dear Gifted Girls, It is time. Make a calculated move to go higher. We determine speed, so no one worry about "not having time" or "moving too fast," especially if we claim to still be "waiting on God." It is time for the constructive use of our gifts toward the image God showed us. It … Continue reading Dear Gifted Girl… ELEVATE.
Dear Gifted Girl, I hear this word more often than I think I should. I am sure you hear it once or twice...a month. intimidate (v.) to make timid or fearful: FRIGHTEN; especially; to compel or deter by or as if by threats synonyms -- bully, pick on, strong-arm (merriam-webster.com) "You intimidate people." "You're intimidating." … Continue reading The “I” Word (#DearGiftedGirl)
Dearest Royal Ones, We get plenty of time -- it depends how we look at and honor time, of course -- to discover our purpose, and then to practice. The hesitation and the fear are the result of not making the most of the time we received. This is to encourage us all to serve … Continue reading Ready to Play?