Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 39

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 39

Week 38 A few years ago, Destiny’s Child had a song called “Independent Woman”. Here are some of the lyrics… The shoes on my feet I’ve bought it The clothes I’m wearing I’ve bought it The rock I’m rocking I bought it Cause I depend...
Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 38

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 38

Week 38 As an adult, at the end of every year, I sit quietly and reflect on God’s blessings. Usually, I take this time to decide on new goals for me both personally and professionally. I usually come to some conclusions about how my life has evolved. Let me also...
Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 37

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 37

Week 37 My twin daughters are twenty years old. As a mother, there are still a few lessons for me to teach. This week’s lesson is stick-to-itiveness. Webster’s dictionary says it means the quality that allows someone to continue trying to do something,...
Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 35

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 35

Week 35 Many years ago, I was visiting a church friend for dinner. They had several families over for dinner that day. It is what we call a potluck. After eating my heart out, I started to break out in whelps. My body started hurting all over. My friend’s mom...
Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 34

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 34

Week 34 I love Facebook! It has allowed me to reconnect with friends and family. Since joining Facebook, I have gained some new friends, and sadly, I have lost a few along the way. In 2009, I noticed I had a friend request from a woman I had never met, but noticed...
Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 33

Daily Devotion – Lessons From My Hard Head Week 33

Week 33 I completely understand the words to the song “The Potter’s House”. The chorus says You who are broken, stop by the potter’s house. You who need mending, stop by the potter’s house; give Him the fragments of your broken life, my...