Totally unforgettable

Can’t get that person out of your mind? You close your eyes and see their face. You keep wondering where they are and what they’re doing. They consume your thoughts. Could they be The One?

As much as you can’t get that particular person out of your mind, God has the same thoughts about you. Can you believe that? He thinks that you are unforgettable. He’s even got a tattoo of you!

“Yes, they may forget, yet I will not forget you. Behold, I have indelibly imprinted (tattooed a picture of) you on the palm of each of My hands” Isaiah 49:15,16 (Amplified).




Job 12:13 (http://bit.ly/2Pgnenp)
Psalm 147:5 (http://bit.ly/2PjoDcK)

The story of Job is one of the most fascinating stories in the Bible. Simply put, Job went through the most. Then eventually Job couldn’t take it anymore and demanded that God respond to him regarding his situation. However, God’s response isn’t what you’d expect. God doesn’t explain why Job had to go through what he went through nor does he mention it. God instead reminds Job of His infinite wisdom displayed in creation. God reminds Job that He is still in control even in the mess.

We won’t always get the reason why something bad had to happen, but we can always trust God despite the circumstances.



Do you know how much my mommy and I have disagreed about how to dress or behave? I never saw her side. But you know what, she was doing her job as my parent who is responsible for instilling proper values in me, so that when I’m older (which is now – but I’m not that old LOL) I’ll make the proper decisions. The older I get, the more right she gets – maybe she was always right – whoa truth!

Our parents’ job is to make sure we turn out to be people of character. So, listen to what they have to say – your older self will thank you.

Read Proverbs 22:6 (http://bit.ly/2wG7jWU) and 23:22 (http://bit.ly/2Pipquw)



Spiderman Homecoming was one of those fun movies. We are introduced to a younger Peter Parker in this version of Spiderman – who is a lot more fun and less serious than previous ones. There is an amazing relationship between Peter and Tony Stark who acts as a father figure and mentor.

Proverbs 16.20 (http://bit.ly/2PiEF6O) tells us ‘Those who listen to instruction will prosper’.

It is usually when Peter ignores the wise voice and tries to do things his own way that trouble follows. Who is a wise leader in your life that you invite to help you make good choices?