Now you see it I was reminded of the time that I watched a small Mexican woman overpowering a man twice her size, beating him over the head with her handbag.
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This Link May be Unsafe. The page you are trying to access: By the time I had walked out to the parking lot with my newly created oil painting, I realized that my life had changed. For years this painting had been untitled Quite naturally, I think that suits it perfectly!!! Tuesday, March 2, Get On Fire! It was only a matter of time before I began to create images that celebrate the curviness, sassiness, spiciness and exotic beauty of Mexican, Puerto-Rican, and Latino women.
As I painted this image, words like fire, fearlessness, and boldness came to mind. I was reminded of the time that I watched a small Mexican woman overpowering a man twice her size, beating him over the head with her handbag. She perceived that the safety of her children was being threatened, so she courageously stood up to this man with no regard to her own safety.
Naturally, I started thinking about how this world would be if more Christians stood up for Christ with that same kind of passion, commitment, and self-sacrifce. So many Christians put on their "religious" faces to go to church services, but then almost immediately take them off after leaving the building. Then, as they trudge their way through yet another week, the zeal, dedication, allegiance, and worship that they lifted up to the Lord on Sunday, fizzles down until it is virtually non-existent.
They become "under-cover Christians " again. They listen to co-workers use the Lord's name as a substitute for a curse word and laugh. They sit around at the breakroom table and not only listen to endless gossip and filthy talk, but also freely engage in it themselves.
They're embarassed to carry their Bibles or to pray openly over their lunches. What if we got BOLD enough to show everyone we meet who we belong to by demonstrating Christ's love and light to them without fear? What if we exhibited a little non-violent, righteous anger and intolerance toward behavior that is in conflict with and therefore, against the word of God?
What if we decided to stand up and walk in agreement with God's laws in the face of those who would persecute us for what we believe instead of cowering in a corner? Without subjecting ourselves to any feelings of guilt or condemnation, let's ponder this question: This is followed by a decision to change. It's a new day, a new year, a new decade and a new season in the Lord. Monday, February 1, Lighten Your Ship. Too much baggage can be a hindrance while traveling on a business trip, a vacation getaway, and especially on this journey we call "life".
Immediately after I woke up this morning, the Holy Spirit led me to open up my Bible and turn to Acts, chapter Even though I read the Word regularly, I was led to a passage that I don't recall reading before. Paul was taken prisoner and forced to sail on a ship that had begun experiencing great turmult due to some very treacherous weather.
Paul advised the others in verse 10, "Men, I perceive that this voyage will end with disaster and much loss, not only of the cargo and ship, but also of our lives. Reading this passage today made me think about the things that we carry with us as we travel along our way. Unlike the girl in the image "Travelin' Trunk", who packs only what she truly needs , we often drag unnecessary, burdensome, or even harmful things around with us year after year, to our own detriment.
Sometimes the baggage that we carry is a job that we have become complacent with. This job can be stressful, thankless, and dead-end, yet we hold on to it for dear life.
Because we are bound by fear, we never step out to pursue our dreams, and instead resign ourselves to the perceived safety of the "status quo". Sometimes the baggage is a relationship that, although it is abusive, stressful, and unfulfilling, we just can't envision existence without.
In most of these cases, "staying put" seems far less scary than opening ourselves up to someone new. Sometimes our baggage is the opinions, judgements, and expectations of other people in our lives. We can become bogged down with feelings of inadequacy, low self-esteem, and condemnation. We spend so much time seeking the approval of our parents, friends, spouses, or employers that we never develop into the person that God has called us to become.
Whatever or wherever the baggage comes from, we must begin to walk in wisdom and discernment regarding these things. Once we become aware that we are carrying around this excess baggage , we can then take the necessary steps to "lighten our ships". Most certainly, saying good-bye to what isn't working is easier said than done.
In challenging times like this, I always remember to seek God in prayer, get some godly advise from someone that I trust, and study the scriptures that pertain to the situation.
After that, the only thing left to do is to plow through the fear and do what needs to be done by faith. Originally, when I was inspired to create "Teachin' Tush", I'd been thinking about the amazing school teachers that I was blessed to have as I was growing up. However, as an adult, I have come to appreciate a teacher that has made a far greater impact on my life than any elementary school, highschool, or college teacher ever has.
It is the trials that we all must go through, that shape, mature, equip, and strengthen us to be all that we were created to be. I suppose it's human nature to gravitate toward all of the "warm and fuzzy" promises of God. You know the ones that speak of blessings, favor, prosperity, and victory. However, there are many other promises that are a lot harder to digest. In the world you will have tribulation; but be of good cheer, I have overcome the world".
The Amplified version says, "I have told you these things, so that in Me you may have [perfect] peace and confidence. In the world you have tribulation and trials and distress and frustration; but be of good cheer [take courage; be confident, certain, undaunted]!
I have overcome the world. How comforting to know that even though we will always face challenges as long as we are alive in the earth, Christ has already placed all things that would try to destroy us under His feet by His sacrifice on the Cross.
Therefore, these things are also under OUR feet! Believe it and walk boldy in it! But let patience have its perfect work , that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.
It simply means "whole".
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