My Blog's goals

What I want to achieve in my blog is to express myself and share what God is teaching me, share my thoughts my hopes and dreams. To share my poems that God gives me and declarations that I learn that I think will help others on their journey to freedom. What I want to do is to encourage others to be the son or daughter that God has called them to be. I am studying a Leader Development Programme Year 1 through Global Legacy through Bethal Church in Redding California. I want to help set people free to help them in their journey of discovery. I have battled depression for many years and have been on medication for many years. I have been able to lower my dose by half and I am looking forward to the day that I am free from medication and are well emotionally I believe that can and will happen.

My Blog (Tag: encouragement)

Monday and Tuesday

Monday... I want to share a wee bit about the start of my working day yesterday. A co worker asked how I was and I started to say tired but I stopped before I finished the word and I said I am good thank you and I am going to have a great day and I did. Our new co worker was meant to start on Monday and there was a mix up but I thought its cool cos we are going to get through  our work just ok. Now the reason I am telling you this is like I said in my first post my Mantra was I'm tired or I'm depressed or both. Now if I hadn't stopped myself from telling Kirsty I was tired then my day could have been so different.

Tuesday.... I was talking to my prayer partner today that I have come to a place in my walk that I can see the gold in people I don't have to really look or go um Daddy whats the gold in that person I'm really wrapped about this growth in my life. Another thing that I have been made aware of in the last week is that people are hungry for encouagement. I said to another friend last week you are an amazing women of God, she later told me no one has ever told her that before. I am going to make it my goal over the rest of the week to encourage people a much as possible.
By De O'Neil