Maggie’s Birthday!


20170222_023536162_ios14 years ago today (Feb. 21st) my lil sis Maggie was born
and in May of 2013 she passed away.

Over the past (almost) four years I have met many people, a lot of whom did not get the pleasure of knowing Maggie. With today being her birthday I wanted to talk a little bit about her! Although she only lived ten years, she accomplished more in those ten years than some people do in 50! At the age of six she was filled with the Holy Spirit and prayed for other who were then filled. She would write her own worship songs that were strait from her heart. She was so full of compassion, grace, and mercy. She led worship on many occasions and love to sing any time she could!

Maggie had a super spunky personality and hair just as wild as her. What ever she did, she did with all her heart. Even at ten and younger her voice was amazing! She loved music and sang to the top of her lungs to her favorite artists. She could light a room up with just her smile. Now she wasn’t perfect, she had her faults, but some of the best memories I had were hugging her and crying with her after an argument. There were many nights where we sat up just talking for hours and hours.

One of her favorite songs was You Are by Colton Dixon, so for her birthday I recorded a cover of that song with our cousin Caroline!

Just in Time for Feb. 14th


“Love is patient and kind. Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude. It does not demand its own way. It is not irritable, and it keeps no record of being wronged. It does not rejoice about injustice, but rejoices whenever the truth wins out. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful, and endures through every circumstance.”

1 Corinthians 13:4-7

For many people this verse is very familiar. This is one of the many things the Bible says about love. 1 John 4:8 says “Dear friends, let us continue to love one another, for love comes from God. Anyone who loves is a child of God and knows God. But anyone who does not love does not know God, for God is love.” You could just substitute God for all those things and it would still be true. God is love is something that has been on my mind recently and that’s what I want to talk about.

Over the past few years I have only had a certain number of people I would call my closest friends and for the most part I didn’t get to see them all the time. After ending a relationship a few years ago the norm went from having someone there for me twenty-four seven, to my friends who I saw and talked to occasionally. They are amazing friends and really helped me through that time, but I got use to it being just me and my family. I didn’t have anywhere to go or anyone to regularly hang out with.

Needless to say coming to college was definitely a cultural shock in many ways. Sitting in a class room, having a teacher, being surrounded by people who weren’t related to you, and speaking to people you didn’t know. It was all so exhilarating and exciting!
Then you get into the swing of things and campus events become less frequent, people find their groups and clubs, and you don’t introduce yourself to as many people. It was at this time last semester I began to hang out with a great group of people, but I would see others and compare and I didn’t feel like I had friends who loved me or that I could love.
I don’t do well in loving people in a group setting and crave a one on one relationship and friendship with people. Last semester I fell into a funk where I looked to give and receive that love from someone who knew me, but felt like I couldn’t find that.

This semester I arrived with a confidence I just couldn’t put my finger on at the time. To be honest I hadn’t been spending time with God except for Sunday’s, I mean I would occasionally talk to Him during the day, but I wouldn’t take time to sit down and hear from Him or spend time in His presence. So, I was a little confused when I came back with this confidence and go get’em attitude. About a week ago the confidence crumbled and I reverted back to the scared, insecure girl, I had become years ago. It crumbled when I remembered that the thing I had been placing my confidence and identity in wasn’t perfect. Nothing is. Nothing, but God.

When my confidence crumbled I began to long for someone to be my rock, I tend to long for that in a guy. I just wanted someone I could love with all my heart and for them to love me back with all their heart. But this time is for me and God and so, there was no one to turn to. So, all I could do was ache and be depressed because “I had no one”.

As I was talking to a friend about all this, God showed me this cycle of events I had been living for months now and through the help of another friend I was encouraged to seek the only One I could love with all my heart and the only One who could give me the love I longed for.

Friday, February 3rd, I began to seek God again and spend time in His presence. Since then God has continued to bless me for seeking Him. Tonight (2.5.17) I saw a picture of one of my friends and thought “wow you’re so weird, but I’m so proud of you”. In that moment I realized that in just a few short months I have made some of the closest friends, who will be there for me whenever I need them and vice versa. BUT! It’s not until I spend time with Love, that I know how to love. It’s not until I place my identity in the solid Rock, that I will have a confidence truly like no other. It’s not until I take the first minutes out of my day and talk to my God, King, Creator, and Father, that I can be the child He created me to be.

Just A Thought From The King’s Daughter

Here As In Heaven


Tonight at convocation Pastor Scott Sheppard spoke on habits and discipline. As we ended the night the chapel band led us in worship and they sang Here as in Heaven by Elevation Worship. As I began to sing I began to realize that this should be our life’s anthem.
The lyrics say:

The atmosphere is changing now
For the Spirit of the Lord is here
The evidence is all around
That the Spirit of the Lord is here

Once we take that initial step to say
okay God, I want you in my life
and I want you to move in my life
the atmosphere begins to change and
his spirit becomes evident in our lives
But it doesn’t stop there.

Overflow in this place
Fill our hearts with Your love
Your love surrounds us
You’re the reason we came
To encounter Your love
Your love surrounds us

Once his presence in evident in our
lives we now need to know that his
love always surrounds us.
We need to be full of his love so that
we can love others well.
By encountering his love all fear is
gone and we can walk in His confidence.

Spirit of God fall fresh on us
We need Your presence
Your kingdom come
Your will be done
Here as in heaven

Now we know we will always be
surrounded by God’s love, but
without his presence, we can
accomplish nothing.

So we must seek to not only be
filled with his presence, but to be FULL
of His presence and to daily be
living in His presence.

For when this is the case His
Kingdom is set in our hearts,
His will becomes our desire and
we will live as it is in heaven.
His Kingdom principles will be
lived out on earth.

A miracle can happen now
For the Spirit of the Lord is here
The evidence is all around
That the Spirit of the Lord is here

Once we are walking daily in His
presence and His Kingdom is being
established in our hearts and lives
miracles begin to happen and once
again the atmosphere begins to change.

Just A Thought From The King’s Daughter

Saying Goodbye & Letting Go


As I look through social media I see everyone reflecting on their 2016.
So, I thought I would join and reflect on mine.

At the beginning of 2016 I felt this would be a year of opportunities and prayed this would be so. With that came the need to be bold and have courage, so I prayed for those as well. This year has been just that and I have certainly had to be bold and courageous.

This year…
…God placed in my heart and helped me in creating a bible study and discipleship program
…God showed me my passion for preschoolers and so, I decided to study that in college.
…I was able to expand my leadership ability in worship.
…I got to experience Lee Day with my closest friends and showed them the school I love!
…I experienced the SAT and ACT and survived!
…I had the opportunity to attend Summer Honors again and meet people who would become very close to me at school in the fall.
…I had the opportunity to be a cabin leader for a group of amazing middle school girls.
…I was accepted to Lee University and moved to Tennessee!
…I was able to be apart of a leadership conference and was placed in an amazing Gateway!
…I had the opportunity to be apart of a choir for the first time and sing some amazing and complicated pieces I never thought I could sing!
…I have had the opportunity to learn so many new things and meet so many amazing and encouraging people!

As I look back on this year I also realize it was a year of transition, transition into a new chapter of my life! As the high school chapter of my life began to close and the college chapter began I realized that I would be leaving some people in my high school chapter. Unfortunately, for some, I didn’t realize I would have to say goodbye until I tried to pull them into the next chapter, only for them to resist. When they resisted I was hurt, I have gone over the different relationships and situations in my head, trying to decipher and fix it, but I can’t. Some things I will never know and some things I could never fix.

So, as this new chapter of my live begins I am saying goodbye… and letting go.
I am letting go of the pain and the hope of a change. I am grateful for the time they were in my life, I am the person I am today because of it, but it’s time to move on and let go.

As you go into 2017 look forward to the new things God has in store for you, look back at the amazing things He has done and brought you through, and let go of the things you can’t fix or change. Give it to God and allow Him to help you move on, maybe He will bring them back in a surprising reappearance and maybe things will be different, but until then lean on Him, say goodbye, and let go.

Just a Thought From the King’s Daughter



Guys! God has taught me something else and I want to share it with y’all!

From the moment I stepped on campus I started to make friends, some I would build relationships with and some I would just pass, say hi, and we would occasionally catch up. So, I met a person, thinking we would be great friends, we see each other a few times a week and have some of the same friends and we were getting to know each other. Before I knew it all my focus was on getting to know them and hanging out with them, because they were fun to be around and made me laugh. As the weeks went on I saw them less and less, and I became focused on how I was see them and how much I just wanted to be around them, but never was. Were they avoiding me? Did they not like me? Am I being too pushy with a friendship? All my focus was on this and basically this person determined my moods, if I saw them and they talked to me I would be elated, but if I didn’t see them or they just didn’t talk to me I would be sad and depressed.

Sunday (9.25.16) afternoon I could not get these thoughts out of my head, my heart felt so burdened, like it might just explode. So, I grabbed my journal and began to write to God. As I wrote to God about the situation I began to write that I was afraid of rejection, I was so scared that they didn’t like me and were going to reject me. So, I wrote it out and as I did I realized, that while I knew to give God my relationships, I wasn’t giving Him this fear of rejection and fear that I wasn’t good enough. So, I laid it at his feet.

Later that night a lady who had spoken that morning at church that morning spoke again. I didn’t think I was going to go, cause I didn’t want to go by myself, then my friends said they were going and God was like, so now what’s your excuse? So, I went. The message was really, really good and it was something I need to hear, but I wasn’t emotional about it. When the altar call came I knew I needed to go, but the emotional side just wasn’t there. I was God, I’m just not feeling it and honestly I was worried as to what my friends were going to think. Then, my friend went up, and God was like, what’s your excuse now? So, I went. When I got up there my first thought was, what now? It wasn’t your normal altar service, the praise team was singing an old upbeat song about the enemy being under our feet, and honestly I just wasn’t feeling it.

Because of the revelation I had had early that afternoon I started think about rejection and closed my eyes and started praying in the spirit about it. I started to pray for confidence, confidence to not worry what others think and to be myself, His confidence in who He has called me to be. As I prayed this my heart became heavy and the emotions came, I prayed over and over for confidence and for God to take away the fear. As I asked and sought God a lady who was traveling with the speaker came and prayed for me. At the end of her prayer she placed her hands on the sides of my head and asked God to give me peace. Right there in that moment I felt God’s peace cover me and my heart was no longer heavy. A few moments later I went back to my seat, I sat and cried, this time tears of joy, still praying in the spirit, when my friend Randyl sat beside me and started praying for me. She as well prayed for peace and I began to think, Peace? Why peace? I was asking for confidence, not peace. In that moment God spoke to my heart and said I know what you are asking for, and I will give you confidence, but I need you to trust me that I am giving you that confidence, I know that you will start to wonder if you actually have my confidence, so I am giving you peace. I am giving you peace so you don’t worry about whether I am working or not.

The next day things were going great, until I almost had an emotional breakdown in class, when my friend wouldn’t even keep a conversation with me, something in our friendship had changed. During the class I was thinking, God, I just long for a friendship with them, we could such great friends, why can’t they see or want that too?  In that moment God spoke to my heart and said “I will bring the relationships you need. Don’t fret or worry.” And it was then I was reminded of His peace again and was great, until that night.

Later that night I began to dwell on what had happened in class and I began to feel sorry for my self and think about the hurt and how what they did just hurt. I began to just bawl and think why? I felt so alone, but I knew I wasn’t, I knew I could talk to God about it, but the words just wouldn’t come. I didn’t want to talk to God about. So, I sent Randyl a text asking her to pray for me, two seconds later my phone started ringing and to my surprise, it was Randyl. She asked if she could pray for me over the phone right then, and I was like um okay sure! So she prayed, and ended the prayer with asking God to give me peace and to remind me of the peace He had blessed me with the night before. Once we finished talking I thought, I don’t want to feel this hurt and just cry about, so God reminded me of something I had heard that said when you’re hurt get your focus off of yourself and do something for someone else. Immediately my heart became heavy as I thought of one of my friends who needs healing. With that I grabbed my journal and began to circle them in prayer until God released the pressure from my heart. When I was done praying I felt a renewed since of peace and joy.

Today as I sat in chapel the lady who spoke began to speak about the peace God had given her and Randyl pointed out what she had said. Afterwards I began to think about it and I realized that God knew I would need reminders of his peace and He has be faithful in providing them.

So, I don’t have any practical teaching or specific message to share, just my story over these past few days. I hope my story and impact you in someway. Just place you trust and hope in God and talk to Him about what’s going on.

Just a Thought From the King’s Daughter.

Lee U Update


I love how even though I am going to college to do school work, I learn so much more outside the classroom. At my last Gateway class Dr. Hayes mentioned this, but it was until later that i came to realize how much I had learned. After a conversation with a friend I started to examine the past week of my life. As I examined this past week I realized how much I had learned.

Let’s start at the beginning. Saturday (9.10.16) at 10 am I got back from a retreat with Life 423 and loved every minute of it, but I was exhausted. So, I sat down and watched Gilmore Girls, cause I had nothing else to do. After a few episodes, lunch, and a few facetime calls with friends it was mid evening, still light outside, and I had nothing to do. I had been sitting in my dorm all day long and I wanted to get out, but I had no where to go and no one to go anywhere with.

With nothing to I look through my different social media sites and it seemed that everyone else was having fun and enjoying life with friends. So, I got super depressed and upset, thankfully my roommate is awesome and we watched movies for the majority of the night. Before I went to bed I went to set an alarm and realized I, for the second time, didn’t have anyone to go to church with. With not having a car and not liking to invite myself along with others, North Cleveland was my only option. Sitting in a giant church all by myself, again, was honestly the last thing I wanted to do, but I knew spending time in God’s presence, worshiping Him, and hearing His word was more important than me feeling sorry for myself. So the next morning I went.

That morning on the way to church I talked to God and was like, I don’t want to go to church this morning, but I am going because it is important to you, so please help this to be important to me too. And please let there be someone I know. I got there right before service started and looked around for anyone I might possibly know. As I looked to my left I see a girl who is in my gateway class and that I had met at youth camp many years before, so knowing her a little I asked to sit with her and her roommate. Before worship had ended another friend from Gateway had joined us. With it being 9/11, in between the music and the message Dr. Williams asked us to kneel at our pew and pray for 11 minutes for our nation, our government, our towns, our churches, our family and friends, and our selves. I prayed for everything he had mentioned and got to myself, honestly I started to bawl. I was emotionally worn out! I just wanted a group of friends that I could talk to, laugh with, and do life with! I have never seen God answer prayer so fast! After church we went out to eat and I was invited! My first thought was, Wait what? Me? You just invited me? Um okay, yeah! Wow!

We had a great time at lunch, then at baskin robbins and that night we met up to sit together at U-Church! After u-church we hung out and played what are the odds, I hadn’t laughed that hard in forever! I hadn’t had that much fun in forever! God had brought me friends! Since then I have continued to get to know and grow closer to these amazing friends!

Looking back on what happened, here is what I realized. From the time I stepped on campus up until Sunday morning I was worrying and freaking out about the fact that I didn’t have a friend group! I was so blessed to have an amazing suite and I love our night time chats and prayer times, but everyone has there own place, and I felt like didn’t. It wasn’t until I placed my focus on God instead of my circumstances and decided to be content and let him do the work, that I saw a change.

Today God brought this verse to my heart:

Philippians 4:4 & 6-7

Always be full of joy in the Lord. I say it again—rejoice!
Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.

This verse has been so real in my life right now! It is honestly a daily struggle to remember to be content in where God has me and to let him work on my behalf! 

If you are ever in a position where you’re overwhelmed and stressed out, just remember to talk to Him, let Him know what’s going on, and trust that he has everything under control!

A song that has been such a comfort right now has been It Is Well by Bethel!

Just a Thought From The King’s Daughter


The Lee Chapter


I made it! I’m here! Lee University!

I have been here a week now and have already learned so much! From res hall meetings, to classes, to life, I am gaining knowledge everywhere! At my res hall meeting I learned that Sha-D is an awesome community, has great RA’s, and an amazing message of NO FEAR in His love! I also learned that I will be woken up around midnight next week for a fire drill.. In classes I have learned that I will work a lot, but I will learn a lot. One thing the majority of my professors have relayed to us is that we can do the work and do it well! Through this past week of life I have learned several new things! I have learned to live with three others, to keep my room neat and organized, and that just because you knew people (outside of Lee) before you came here doesn’t mean that I should look at them the same and that I should try to start off on a new foot in this new chapter of life! Last, and certainly not least, I’ve learned that God’s plans are always way more complex and intricate  than we will ever know! Here is an example:

Tuesday August 23rd at 10:16 am I auditioned for Lee Singers, the choir ensemble that I have been dreaming of joining since I could remember! I felt like I had a pretty good audition and interview and was very nervous and excited for Friday August 26th at 10:00 am, the time when they would post the list of who made it. Friday morning came around and I found out didn’t make it. Wow, years of dreaming suddenly came to a halt. I’m not in Singers, I didn’t make it. What now? Honestly that question still remains.

Earlier today I was talking to my friend who is now in Singers (Congrats Caro!) and she said this whole weekend is full of Singers stuff. A few weeks ago I was asked to join a leadership conference on this coming Sunday. I would have had to miss the conference if I was in Singers. I don’t know what God has in store, but I know that right now He is teaching me to trust and lean on Him. He knows what is best! I will be auditioning in the Spring and maybe next Fall, and as many times as I can because I wont give up! If I never get in, it wasn’t ever God’s plan, but I gave it my all and never gave up!

I cannot wait to see what lessons I learn next!

Just A Thought From The King’s Daughter

The Next Chapter


As I look through Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook I see people counting down the days until graduation. High school is ending and a new life is beginning! Although I don’t have a legit graduation of my own I still share in the excitement of this next chapter! We are about to be out in the world on our own! It is really starting to sink in now! The other day I got my new bedding and poster for my dorm room. I rolled out my poster of NYC and could imagine me and Al placing it on the wall where we are to live for the next nine months. Away from home, family, and friends, but ready to set out to make a new home, meet new friends, and start to take steps towards our future.

I am two and a half weeks away from when my summer starts. Just two and a half more weeks of studying and tests, then the summer starts (June 12th) and goes by in a whirlwind of back to back things. From Summer Honors, to three weeks of VA COG Youth Camp, to only two more Royalty Projects, eight more Sundays at C3, five more C3 Praise Team rehearsals, four more nights of Youth Group, four weeks in Crozet, and a total of only 66 days until move in day. It is going to move fast! And I cannot wait! But at the same time, because I realize my time here is becoming shorter and shorter, I want to make the most out of the relationships I have here. Like sitting with Zoie at the piano, working on harmonies and leading worship with Ashley, hanging out with Lauren and Brittany, getting to know my co-workers and kids better, having more heart to heart talks with my mom, listening and helping my sister with middle school drama, encouraging my brother in all of his amazing and weird hobbies, gaining all the knowledge I can about anything and everything from my dad, having throw back music times listening to Hannah Montana, Jonas Brothers, and many more with Divine, having deep conversations about life, the future, and our favorite TV shows and movies with Hannah, and spending time to talk and listen to all the amazing people in my life!

At the same time I think of the words of Eliza Hamilton “Look at where you are, and look at where you started!” (That Would Be Enough, Hamilton). I look back at the person I was before I moved here and I look at the changes that have taken place, from my outward appearance and experiences I have been through, to learning from mistakes and experiences and allowing them to make me a better person on the inside. I am slowly, but surely figuring out what I want to do during and after college. So as I look back who I was and what I’ve been through and learned, I get more and more excited about who I am becoming and the dreams and desires He is giving me!

If you are starting this new chapter or another new chapter in your life remember to look back and be grateful, focus on the present and enjoy the time you have with people now, and get excited about the future and the new things you will learn and do!

Here are a few of my favorite quotes to encourage and inspire you!

~ There are a million things I haven’t done, just you wait, just you wait.~
– Alexander Hamilton, Satisfied, Hamilton: An American Musical

~ Nothing is Impossible the word itself says “I’m Possible” ~
– Audrey Hepurn

~ All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. ~
– Walt Disney

~ Everyone deserves the chance to fly! ~
– Elphaba, Deifying Gravity, Wicked

~ Anything can happen if you let it. Life is out there waiting, so go and get it. ~
– Mary Poppins, Anything Can Happen, Mary Poppins (on Broadway)

~ I’ve got to be stronger; Reach up higher; Must dig deeper; Find the fire ~
– J.M. Barrie, Stronger, Finding Neverland

~ Courage cannot erase our fear, courage is when we face our fear. ~
Jack Kelly, Seize The Day, Newsies (on Broadway)

~ Look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now! ~
– Eliza, The Schyler Sister, Hamilton: An American Musical



Emotions; feelings; love; hate; joy; sorrow; fear; peace.
Have you ever had those times when you feel extremely emotional?
Not dramatically emotional, but your heart seems to just toss and turn. You can’t place things together, you can’t decipher what it is your feeling.
Are your emotions deceiving you? Are you feeling this way for a reason? What is going on? A lot of times I react out of these emotions and I almost always
end up doing something I regret.
Through my life I have come to realize that you cannot follow your emotions or your heart, because your heart can be deceived, you have to lead your heart by God’s truths.
But there are those instances when you don’t know how his truths apply. How do you defend yourself with his truth against hurt? When someone has hurt you and you don’t understand why. Why are they doing this? Do they even know they are doing it? How do you defend yourself against those feelings?
You go back to Identity and Purpose.
Remind yourself who you are! You are God’s most beloved child
There isn’t anything he wouldn’t do for your good. (Romans 8:28)
Remind yourself that he has a plan for your life (Jeremiah 29:11) and that while you may be hurting now and don’t understand why, because of his love for you
there is hope for the future!

I know it can be SO hard to put our hope his plan for the future because we cannot see it. But if we put our faith, hope, and trust in him and draw closer and closer to him
he will guide and direct our path.

Read his Word! It is the key to everything!
When you don’t know where to turn or what to do, read his Word!

When these emotions come up and you can’t make heads or tails of them, talk to him about them. Write down what you are feeling. You can talk to him and no one will ever know, but it can make a world of difference!
By talking about or writing out what your are feeling and why you are feeling it, it is so much easier to decipher, but talk to Him about it!

Proverbs 2:3-8

3 Cry out for insight,
and ask for understanding.
Search for them as you would for silver;
seek them like hidden treasures.
Then you will understand what it means to fear the lord,
and you will gain knowledge of God.
For the lord grants wisdom!
From his mouth come knowledge and understanding.
He grants a treasure of common sense to the honest.
He is a shield to those who walk with integrity.
He guards the paths of the just
and protects those who are faithful to him.
Then you will understand what is right, just, and fair,
and you will find the right way to go.
10 For wisdom will enter your heart,
and knowledge will fill you with joy.
11 Wise choices will watch over you.
Understanding will keep you safe.
Just A Thought From The King’s Daughter

It’s Not Over Yet


This morning I was thinking about Pastor Paul’s message this past Sunday – 3.27.16 – (Why Have You Forsaken Me?)
I was reminded of a time in my life when I was in a dark place and it was so hard to see that God was there. It was at this point in my life I thought I knew my future, I thought I knew what God wanted me to do and where God wanted me to go, and it all came crumbling down around me. Suddenly my entire life was changed, my future, altered, and my heart, broken. I felt alone, afraid, and betrayed. I was sure God had led me to this, there were so many signs. I looked back to the path I was on before things changed and recounted all the things I regretted. I looked back and wished I had done things different! During this time my question was WHY? God, WHY did I go through all this? WHY do I have to feel this pain and rejection? My future was resting on this, WHY was it taken away from me? It was at this point was at a point where I felt I had to make a decision, I could no longer walk the fence; wanting my way, but knowing God’s way. I had to decide whether to go and take back the future I thought was mine, or let go and trust that God had something better for me. I decided to let everything go and trust God and honestly it was not easy, there were days I would still ask God why? Why am I going through this pain? For months after this the memories of the past would still hurt, but it was in those times I would grab my journal and talk to my Daddy, my King, about it. After a while of crying and writing and pouring out my heart to him I was able to go on with my day.
During those intimate times with my Father, He continued to replace my broken heart with a heart of joy!

After a while of spending time with my Father my question changed from why? to what? or how? How can I make a difference based on what I have been through? What can I do to live out my purpose? Who can I help or encourage with my story that you wrote?

Some of you are in that dark place today, your world has come crashing down around you and you don’t know what to do. During the time of God restoring my heart I read a devotion by Aliene Thompson called Beauty Between Two Bookends.
I encourage you to read it! It helped me so much during this time!

It’s Not Over Yet ~

In those dark times remember this:
God is good. (Mark 10:18)
God is for me. (Romans 8:31-32)
God is with me. (Hebrews 13:5)

If you want prayer or encouragement I would love to help!
Feel free to contact me through Facebook, Instagram, or E-mail.

Just A Thought From The King’s Daughter