Inspirational Words

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Inspiration Words By Sis. Marvet Simpson

What inspired me to begin to blog was a conversation with a Sister and friend, who basically told me that God is preparing another platform for me to share His Word, and do His will. She challenged me to write, and expressed how inspired she was by my use of language. I was humbly appreciative, and unknowingly she added the final note to the music that so many have been playing on me for so long; to write. I have so much to say, to share, and I love to encourage. People communicate electronically these days, and the verbal face to face dialogue has become less and less over the years. Young people have become more insular, and struggle to express or even be honest with themselves. If I am not able to be a listening ear, I would like to be there at the other end of a click, and so hence my reason for blogging. It's not all about me, but to the Glory of God, I write inspired, not out of daily duty, so I trust that whoever reads, will be encouraged, and if questions are to be asked, I will endeavour to give answers. Blessings in abundance.

  • Make a list

    By Marvet Simpson on October 31, 2017

    So many thoughts and feelings, and experiences have been swimming around in my head. I recognise confusion en masse and I don't like it. So how do we deal with our confusion? There are times when we need to compartmentalise them (nice...

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  • "They are new every morning"

    By Marvet Simpson on August 26, 2017

    Three events happenedrecently that challenged my continuing reflective thoughts, I want to share them with you. Event 1: I sat withmy friend J in the grounds of alittle village café. The sun was beaming down on our table, and we...

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  • Understand another's journey,

    By Marvet Simpson on July 30, 2017

    My profile suggests that I get to know myself a little more, by observing the behaviour of others. It's quite an interesting statement because it almost implies that I spend time watching others, and picking out what's good, bad, what I...

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