Dear Pretty Little Sisters,
And God said, it was not right for man to be alone and so He created you. But somewhere along the line someone changed your perspective and shifted your view just like Eve. Her major problem was not just listening, but listening to the wrong voice. She took a huge tasty bite of deception that made the stomach so upset because your spirit couldn’t digest it. No longer will she be the woman who walks in the confidence of ultimate artistic design, Id wish you submit your name change and I’ll call you Compromise. This is what happens when the gospel as according to whoever is on top of your play list and the media has become your bible, searching scriptures of magazines to be told you are dancing lead and second to recital. But you are not her and she is not you. Because you are called to so much more than make-up, hair, clothes, shoes and dropping it like its hot even if you are able to. You are women of a different status. God given to be exact. You are content, not looking like anyone else because you know that your differences are not a reason to be jealous but God’s finger print. You don’t run around talking about how there are no good men. We all know that if you could apply as much effort on the inside as we do on the out, you’ll stop drawing wrong attention. Maybe you need to be someone who’s slow to speak, quick to listen, receiving intervention from a higher diminution, seeking purpose and watching your God given vision come to fusion. Never forgetting that you are forgiven so much that you shouldn’t even think of going back to your past. You eat, you live, you breathe, you give and you even sweat love, always ready to hear from the woman with silver hair. Seeds have been sown and the wisdom saturates the soil clipping at dead ends foot growth. Your fineness always promotes nudity, claiming to serve the community using the gifts and talents as an all glory to God opportunity. Wake up in the morning with the grind for the most high on your mind, constantly being refined to be the exact of your architect’s design. Somehow, I feel you’ve got no hearts. So here is the answer before the question. Any man who wants your heart will go to Christ knowing that it is in His possession. Yes you are beautiful and barefoot in the kitchen of grace; pregnant with purpose, baking with praise Jesus who you should be craving for; waiting to come to full terms so that you can deliver back that was deposited, knowing good that one day you all will be audited. Mercy gives us a second chance so that you can receive what is hard to get. But we all needed an intervention, so Christ came to do last prevention and on the cross he was stretched and fully extended. And we were given an extension. Ok stay with me. I said an extension. Because this price was worth much far than anything you could ever think of. I know we can change the things we don’t like often at a very simple cost. But Botox, Lipo and implants doesn’t have anything to do with whatever that was ever accomplished on that cross. Why do I have to say all these? Please read on this very last bit of it. Because you cannot implant in yourself a new spirit or light will suck away your sin. You can neither lap bang your addictions nor Botox away your depressions. We all need Him. It’s time to change your mindset, God given to be exact. Don’t be afraid of its abstract let the spirit of God be what it attracts. You are women of a different status with a different mindset. God given to be exact. As Christians, we need to remember that Gods perfect love is not only for our benefit. A model wears clothing to attract attention to the designer’s creativity. The model displays the designer’s work, but the designer’s reputation is on the line, not the model’s. In the same way, as Christians we model God’s love, whether or not we realize it. People watch us, and what they see affects God’s reputation for loving His creation. If we claim to follow Christ then wear the world’s twisted style of love, we drag the name and character of our Lord in the dirt. For this reason, we must ask ourselves, “Am I modeling the love of Christ? Do my motivations and actions in this relationship reflect the perfect love God has shown me?” How would you answer those questions right now? Think about it. Maybe not now, but later. It’s my prayer that this article speaks to you and it impacts positively in your life. Thank you for reading. God bless y’all.
Your brother Jacob.