Monday Inspiration: November 27, 2017

By: Gabriela Yareliz Happy Monday, my lovely friends. I wanted to start off the week with the following thought. I was listening to a podcast on the train, as I often do. It was The Skinny Confidential, featuring guest Melissa Wood-Tepperberg (of @melissawoodhealth). She was sharing information about her health journey, past eating disorders, plantContinue reading “Monday Inspiration: November 27, 2017”

Better

By: Gabriela Yareliz Imagine if we could see the repercussions of a word, act or omission; how things play out in the future. If we could see that perhaps a snarky comment or selfish act later leads to us hurting the ones we love and our own destruction, what would we do differently? What if?Continue reading “Better”

Tuesday Badinage: November 29, 2016

By: Gabriela Yareliz It’s raining in NYC, today. Christmas decorations are up. The city looks beautiful and glittery, like the movies. I had a hectic morning. Lost my metro card, missed my train, almost didn’t make it into Court on time because of the weather and the long security line wrapped around the building. IContinue reading “Tuesday Badinage: November 29, 2016”

The Mystery of Suffering

By: Gabriela Yareliz I have begun studying the book of Job, with the worldwide church. According to Jewish scholars, there are some things that we can take away from the book of Job: 1. The fact that a person suffers does not mean that he or she has done anything to deserve the suffering. ThinkingContinue reading “The Mystery of Suffering”

Wisdom Personified

Wisdom Speaks Does not wisdom call?     Does not understanding raise her voice? On the heights beside the way,     at the crossroads she takes her stand; beside the gates in front of the town,     at the entrance of the portals she cries aloud: “To you, O men, I call,     and my cry is to the childrenContinue reading “Wisdom Personified”

Autumn Inspiration

By: Gabriela Yareliz It was a chilly night, but I was blessed to be warm and wrapped up in sweaters and blankets. Yes. We are already there. I woke up to a sunny, 55-degree morning. I feel autumn in my bones. It’s Monday. Garfield hates Mondays–That is why Monday calls for EXTRA inspiration. We are trying to turn MondaysContinue reading “Autumn Inspiration”

Too wise to err

By: Ellen G. White Every saint who comes to God with a true heart, and sends his honest petitions to Him in faith, will have his prayers answered. Your faith must not let go of the promises of God, if you do not see or feel the immediate answer to your prayers. Be not afraidContinue reading “Too wise to err”

How Many Kings?

By: Gabriela Yareliz How many kings step down from their thrones? How many lords have abandoned their homes? How many greats have become the least for me? And how many gods have poured out their hearts To romance a world that is torn all apart How many fathers gave up their sons for me?

He who is and was and always will be

By: Gabriela Yareliz This song is so powerful. Kerrie Roberts does a passionate interpretation. I wanted to share it with you. The lyrcis, voice,–everything about this song is perfect. A Savior To Me-Kerrie Roberts Before the break of that first dawn You wrote the secrets of the world And filled the ancient skies With YourContinue reading “He who is and was and always will be”

A Peculiar People

By: Ellen G. White The people whom God is leading will be peculiar. They will not be like the world. But if they follow the leadings of God they will accomplish His purposes, and will yield their will to His will. Christ will dwell in the heart. The temple of God will be holy. YourContinue reading “A Peculiar People”