So what have I been up to? In one word, existing. I haven't been living. I have been pulled in many different directions mentally and physically that sometimes, I don't know who I am. But I am having a rebirth. I am making a conscious effort to do the things that I love doing. The things that make me happy....like this...blogging. To be honest, I will most likely not be taking fancy outfit of the day pictures cause there's no one to take my pictures. Asking random strangers to take front, back, side and "walking pose" pictures would be pushing it.Lol. But I will go back to writing love letters in pictures as things go on in my life and as I am led by the Holy Spirit.
OUTFIT 1 DETAILS:Next Coat // River Island Tee (Similar here) // River Island (Similar Here) // Zara Heels
OUTFIT 2 DETAILS: Ebay Blouse // Asos Skirt // Monki Boots via Asos
I was talking to a reporter from BBC Radio recently. He wanted to know how Nigeria was able to fight Ebola successfully. I summarized the steps we took into three; 1. Early Detection. 2. Treatment 3. Daily checks.
And it crossed my mind, we can totally use these three steps to fight sin as well.
1. Early Detection: Don't justify your sins. Call it what it is. Get diagnosed fast.
2. Treatment: Ask God for forgiveness and the grace to stay away from that sin that you easily succumb to
3. Daily Checks: There should be no days off to battling sin. Ask yourself everyday "am I living right with God?"
Bottom Line: Sin is sorta like Ebola. It must be nipped in the bud. Early detection is key. So daily checks are mandatory. Like any terminal/viral disease, sin when it is fully blown leads to death.
If you still visit my blog despite my inconsistency, thank you. I really hope we can pick up where we left off.
Lots of Love,