Did you miss me?

Hi Beautiful people,

The last few years have felt like a “famine” of sorts. I have been feeling so many emotions. I learned to give myself space to feel them too. I have been learning so much. I know you have as well.

God has been teaching me to walk in forgiveness and to walk in righteousness.

I also have some new projects I am working on.

I am being made whole,

Peace be unto you all,

Keierra Reenell

Hey You!

Hi, there.

How has the year been treating you so far?

Did you keep up with those New Year traditions? I did not. I planned on going to the gym faithfully only to need a surgery that blocked all my plans. I am doing better now and hope to get back to it soon.

I am thankful that I can always try again. And guess what? You can too. Just because you may have to finish something a little later than you planned doesn’t mean anything. The key is to FINISH. And you will and you’d finish strong!

Be encouraged!

Father to the Fatherless

My thoughts exactly. While reading this piece I felt myself speaking these words. I literally lived this!
My name is Keierra Reenell and I approve this message.

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Daughters Speak

“A Father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling. He sets the lonely in families, He leads out the prisoners with singing…but the rebellious live in a sun-scorched land.” – Psalm 68:5

I remember when this verse came alive to me. I was sitting in church on Father’s Day, my senior year of college. I was used to pastors choosing to share a seemingly heartwarming verse about how God is our eternal Father. They would then draw an earthly parallel to the fathers that we all surely had as God-fearing young people. Upstanding…kind…compassionate…honorable…doting fathers who loved us with an unconditional love.

But the further I walked through life, I realized that there couldn’t be unconditional love apart from that of God. Don’t people love you and want you in their lives because of what they get out of it?

I had always naturally looked…

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Representing Jesus In a lost and dying world

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All You Need is Jesus

And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through him to God the Father………Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people.

Colossians 3:17, 23

20 So we are Christ’s ambassadors; God is making his appeal through us. We speak for Christ when we plead, “Come back to God!”

2 Corinthians 5:20

Have you ever been somewhere and been told that they didn’t know you were a Christian? Or in my case, they “forgot I was religious.” I remember feeling horrible and that I had let God down.

I wasn’t being a good representative of the Lord. And it broke my heart as I know it broke His.

I’ve allowed the world to dictate how I live my life. I’ve put the world first and have pushed God further down the list…

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Keep Moving Forward

Hey everyone,

A lot has been happening since my last post. I had surgery on my vocal cords. That went well but was a process. I am still healing. The world seems to get darker by the minute. Chaos is all around! Yet we are the light in darkness through Christ Jesus our Lord.

That is why I am reminding us not to give up! We MUST keep moving forward. We made it past the pandemic and the craziness that followed and if things worsen we will get through it too. You and I are OVERCOMERS! Nothing is impossible for our King!

Be encouraged and know that you are not alone in your struggles. God promised to NEVER leave you, nor forsake you!

Peace and grace be unto you!

Keierra Reenell

A Reflection on Chapters 1-3 of Genesis(KJV)

Earlier today I read Genesis chapters one, two, and three silently. God Most High created everything in and under the heavens. He formed Adam out of the “dust of the ground” and gave him dominion over all the animals and whole earth. He was the first king after the King of kings. Adam named every living creature. God ELOHIM felt Adam should not be alone so He formed a help meet for him. God put Adam into a deep sleep and took one rib from Adam and put it in her. Adam said “bone of my bone and flesh of my flesh…”, he called her woman. The serpent tricked or tempted the woman to eat fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The serpent told her “you would not surely die but your eyes would be open and you would be as gods…” She looked at the tree, lusted after it and took from it and ate. Then she gave to her husband who was near and he ate. They had disobeyed God! Sin had come into the earth.

They saw they were naked and sew together leaves for clothing. How did they know how to do this? They both had wisdom from God. The Only Wise God our Saviour. (Insert a smiley face emoji) God knew what they had done but still wanted to speak with them. He disciplined Adam, his wife and the serpent. Then Adam named his wife Eve, which means the mother of all living. the Creator cared about them so much that He made them better clothes. He did however block them from the tree of life and kick them out of Eden. They all had to face the consequences of their choice to disobey.

Our Creator is a merciful, all knowing God. He gives us boundaries because some things only He alone can handle. Our Creator does not want us tricked or tempted beyond what we can take and if we ask Him, He’d provide a way for us to escape it. He loved Adam and Eve even thought they sinned against Him and He loves us! John 3:16-17 KJV says “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have eternal life. For God sent not His Son into the world to condemn the world; but that through Him it might be saved”.

GOD’s great love shows us that He made a sacrifice for us. One that is immense to give us a way to escape a life of sin and death, and get this, we did not even ask for His help! It was His will all along to redeem us! What a Mighty GOD!

A Christian’s Response to Unplanned Pregnancies.

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Dear Abby Rose

50% of pregnancies are unplanned. Every single day, new pregnancies are occurring in which women are left to make hard decisions.

Every single Sunday, there is the possibility that an unplanned pregnancy may walk through the church doors.

How should a Christian respond to this?

Statistically, 43% of women who have had an abortion were regular (once a month or more) churchgoers at the time of their abortion, and sadly 54% said they would not recommend discussing an unplanned pregnancy with someone at church. — Save the Storks

Let’s take a look at how Jesus responds to a difficult situation…

John 8 starts by sharing the story of the adulteress woman. She is thrown before Jesus’ feet by the scribes and Pharisees. “Moses in the law commanded us, that such should be stoned: but what do you say?” They were tempting Jesus in such a way where they had placed…

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