We are God’s hands and feet but what does that actually mean?
It means that God has entrusted us to do works He has planned for us to do if we so choose to do them.

“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” – Ephesians 2:10 (

Seek God and what His good plans are for your life, use the gifts/talents/words that He has given you to tell people about Jesus! And don’t worry, the Holy Spirit is with you, allow Him to use you for His good works.




Last big word, for now: God is omnipresent.
He is everywhere, all the time. That seems a bit hard to understand. But that’s because we try to see things through our human eyes. He is God! All powerful, almighty, incredible God! The creator of all things, holding together everything in His hands. It’s mind-blowing.

For us, this means He is right here, right now, close to us. When we are lonely, He is there. When we need Him, He is right there. No being blue-ticked or ghosted. God is with us, always. I hope you find comfort in this.

Jeremiah 23:23-24 (




She had to hide who she really was in order to save her father from having to fight in battle. But you also realise that she didn’t want to be that girly girl, she wanted to be a warrior. By the end of the movie, after facing a lot, she’s braver, bolder and more courageous than ever.

Some of us go through more challenges in life than others but the purpose of the challenge is the same = GROWTH. God wants us living brave, bold, and courageous lives for Him. He wants us to persevere and push through – all the while relying on Him fully.

Joshua 1:9 (
Romans 5:3-5 (




I think something important to know when thinking about how God views us, is that actually, life is not about us! Life is about God and spreading His love to others! Less of me, more of Him.

But what does this actually mean in practice?

It means denying earthly desires to sin and do what we want, and instead, to surrender our will to Him. Let me tell you there is joy, blessing, and good things that we will want more and more when we do this.

Read Matthew 16:24-25 (, as well as Jeremiah 29:11-12 (