prayer changes things

Updated: Nov 20, 2019

There are things that happen in life which are deemed unfortunate.

Here comes the transparency.

As unfortunate as I thought my life was, it prepared me to be the person I am continuing to become today. This didn't come from just recognizing where my downfall began.

I couldn't get right, I couldn't get pregnant and even though I found the love of my life, I couldn't get him to love me correctly. It was a hurtful journey trying to do things on my own. Even when I got out of my fear of being an author, even when I was working on my marriage, things still weren't going quite right.

Then all hell broke loose.

My husband was unfaithful and I couldn't figure out why, I was very unhappy with my life...even with my happy moments and I got pregnant but it seemed to have come at the most inopportune time.

WHY GOD?

I cried and I cried and slid into depression.

Until.

I had the realest conversation with my Creator and it all made sense. I relied on myself to fix things for so long that misery reared its ugly head and it showed. I forgot how to speak to the entity responsible for my very being.

So we talked.

I began to pray more and more. My husband started to pray more and more. I don't want to make it seem like things happened instantly...but it feels like it did. I began to get my husband back, I never gave up on our love and vows, and although it was the hardest thing to do, WE pulled through. My family started feeling like a family again, and our focus became so much more clearer.

My baby....I am in the developing stages of creating my first boy! I haven't felt a moment so pure since I gave birth to my girls.

I get noticed for being an inspiration. We are moving up in life, LITERALLY!

How did all this happen?

I prayed about it. WE prayed about it. And for those who are skeptical about prayer changing things try it! One thing I will say, that some religious people forget to put as a disclaimer...you don't just pray. I've said this before and I'll say again, I am more of a spiritual type of person. My mother is a mixture of both which gives me the balance that I need and one scripture that ministers to me that she gave me is Phillippians 4:6.

I almost live by it.

Worrying so much about things never really changes anything so I pray about it. That's right, I give it to God. The situations are sometimes more than our earthly minds can bare so I give the situation an Almighty pair of eyes. After that, we await instruction because we know that we cannot do it alone.

The things that we go through are suppose to be a lesson for us to understand that we don't have to go through it alone. There's so much to elaborate on this very subject alone, but hopefully you get the picture.

Peace. Love. and Light.

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