How often do we compromise our now because of the past or what we think the future may look like?
The Lord tells us we are wiped clean from our past and made as white as snow. (Isaiah 1:18)
The Lord also tells us not to worry about the future for he knows the plans he has for us. (Matthew 6:34 & Jeremiah 29:11)
So why do we do it?
That’s an answer for each of us individually to ask ourselves and put a stop to the devil’s antics of wanting us to feel unworthy or scared that something from our past will creep up upon us, or that our future will be affected by the place or situation we are in currently.
We serve a God as Christians that guarantees peace when we trust in him fully, promises us eternal life when we believe in Jesus Christ as the Messiah, our Lord, and Savior.
So why do we worry?
Because we are so wrapped up in society and what the world thinks that we forget that the creator of the world, who happens to be our Father, is the one who controls our paths when we give full authority of our lives to Him!
Turn to him, Give it all away. He’s ready for you.
Jesus loves you all, so much so that he gave his life for you to be at peace and not worry about your past, present, or future. ❤
– Tiara, words from God.
What do you say to your younger self?
I say to younger Tiara:
You are loved, you are happier now, it all works out because God is with you, and he always will be. Never forget that, ever.
Thank you, Jesus, for grace and growth!
– Tiara, words to God of thanksgiving.
“Everything happens for a reason” may seem cliche but it’s so true.
I was ready to graduate then go off to school and I ended up becoming very ill. As my senior year was coming to an end, I graduated in a hospital 3 days before my actual graduation. I was told by my doctors that I wouldn’t be able to attend college right away. During that break I realized the college I was set to go to was too far from my family and doctors. Later on that season I came across an ad for a college a lot closer to home and my medical team. I clicked the ad, applied, and got accepted. I went there, CPC, the following semester and became born again in Christ at the campus’s christian ministries.
I joined an amazing play, met phenomenal people, found a new church home, all because I attended this school…
yet I still wasn’t sure if that was where I wanted to be. I took off for the summer term, applied to a new school, got accepted and before I knew it my grandmother was severely ill. As August appeared I kept hearing God tell me to stay at cpc. I kept dismissing this feeling and I didn’t want to hear input, even from God.
Acouple weeks later I received an email from cpc asking me to come back. Shocked and feeling relieved, I was able to be with my Mom’mom in her final days, and still continue to be with my family in our time of grief.
My point to this lengthy post is that not only does everything happen for a reason, but God doesn’t give you more than you can handle. We are blessed and our mistakes/misfortunes should be received as life lessons and wisdom.
If you’re reading this and ever need someone to talk to about going to school I’m always here, adulting is stressful and confusing but you’ve got this.♡
– Tiara Leigh Hall
Here are some self care tips that I use!
Thank you for checking it out and I hope it helps you when you need it.
– Tiara Leigh Hall
Listen to this 📢
I cut someone off a couple of days ago and my face started clearing up.
Here’s the moral of the story :
SIS! IF YOU NOT LETTING EM GO EVEN THOUGH YOU KNOW YOU SHOULD…
Do it for ya skin, it is worth it- and so are you. 💛