Word of the Week

Word of the Week

A gentle answer turns away wrath, But a harsh word stirs up anger. Proverbs 15:1 NASB https://bible.com/bible/100/pro.15.1.NASB

WordCast now live!!!

My first episode of the WordCast is now live. Go check it out!!!

Another Chapter Unfolds…

A year to accomplish your assignments.

2019 has been nothing more but a self reflecting year. At times, it was a struggle for me to accept who I was and certain parts of me I did not like. In matter of fact, I despised myself for  becoming the worst part of me. I was still struggling with pornagraphy; furthermore I was cussing like a pirate and being a worst version of a man. However, God is good. He showed me what needed to die in order for me to shift into 2020. It’s crazy how He showed me what He has for me, but due to disobedience to Him, it hindered the process. But His grace is sufficient enough for me to get back up and move forward under His will. 2020 is the year to acomplish [your] assignments. If God gave your breath, then you still have purpose. God has a bigger plan for all of us and I promise you, it’s going to be grand. This is a new journey for us, and I am excited to see what this year have in store for us. God bless you all and Happy New Year!!! 2020 is here! It is time to claim it. Let’s get this work!!!

#NewYears #Spiritual #2020 #HustleLife

Thankfulness Forms Humility

Verse of the Day: 1 Chronicles 16:34

“It is a beautiful thing to cherish

This is the day to be thankful!! It is Thanksgiving; the holiday when life is good as yams mixed with momma’s oven baked mac’n’cheese and sweet potato pie multiplies more than fish and loafs of bread (I’m more of a key lime pie person, though). This holiday reminds us to be thankful for what we have and whom we share our lives with. It is a beautiful thing to cherish; however thankfulness should be part of our daily lives, I believe. Being thankful should form a sense of humility. I came from a family where we didn’t keep up with the Jones nor cared what others have seen or said. I had awesome parents who did their best and their best made me into the man I am today. Still, not everyone have that testimony. Most people I know are either from single parent household or came from foster care. No matter what road you (or they) walked on, every day should be a thankful moment. Thank your parent(s) and/or your guardians for being there. More importantly, thank God for keeping you here. That’s more than enough to bear fruit of humility. Our moments here on Earth should be used to be thankful and showing the world why we have a joyus spirit. It’s part of the lifestyle of being like Christ. As we all have a awesome Thanksgiving, I would like to challenge you all to carry out feeling of humility and share with others around you and allow it to be part of your life. For humility brings a greater perspective of thankfulness.

When it all makes sense…

Welcome to the Writer’s Block blog!!

This was something I was itching to get back to. At first, I was willing to share with everyone but life had other agendas. Some may say that laziness or lack of creativity plays a part whenever there is a small portion of ambition. To be honest, that does contribute to the casue, but it’s more than just a lack of drive. To me, it was the fear of “acceptance” or being “rejected”. Not only it affected my role as a writer, but as an song writer, artist, poet, or any other avenue in which I know I can make a happen. I allowed something so trivial to post poe my ideas. However, there will be a change. I am back into writing, working on book number two, writing new music, and pursuring another career in acting. Overall, God has opened up new doors for me to walk through and I believe it is my season to reap what God has in store. I am actually excited for the journey, aand I want you all to experience it with me. Once again, I welcome you all to my blog; Writers’s Block!!

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me!

Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton