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Hi!

Speaker, mental health advocate and an impolite woman of the south, here to share my shamelessly honest opinion on important social topics.

Occasionally, I’ll discuss my travels, but mostly I'll be talking to women of color, specifically black women who are on the brink of journey or in the thick of the journey. Wherever you are, join the convo!!

Atlanta, GA people, let’s collaborate!

Trust the Voice of God in You

Trust the Voice of God in You

Do not ever make the mistake of trusting someone when they tell you something that God allegedly told them about you, more than you trust what God says to you about you.

God would not tell someone else anything concerning your journey that God would not tell you.

People may mean well but their interpretations are not meant to be your interpretation. For example: Ms. Betty believes you are supposed to be a preacher, but God hasn’t said anything like that to you. Perhaps you’re simply supposed to be a speaker or teacher of sorts. But now your head is all messed up because you feel like you missed your calling. Ms. Betty may have just read it wrong.

It is imperative that you trust the voice of God in yourself.

God will always speak to you in a way that you will understand.

Be open to the fact that it may not sound like a loud, booming, masculine voice. Simply open your heart and ask God to speak to you in a way that you will know.

God always honors our hearts desires. 

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