An endless supply of riches

The Lord shall supply all your needs according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19

I love this scripture! It gives us an idea of the expectations we can have when it comes to God’s commitment to caring for us. And the faith we can also have that he will come through for us, as He did for Paul many times over.

I don’t know about you, but there was a point in my Christian journey, where I was sort of bewildered as to how God’s blessing would find me. There were moments I felt like I was looking up, waiting; waiting for God to dive down and make it rain with whatever it was I needed.

Alas, that is not quite how God works. His riches do not fall from the sky. God uses the resources available to him (which includes you and me) to allow His blessings and riches to flow to those in need and to those who seek him.

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The riches Paul refers are from God, who uses ordinary people from all walks of life to bless His children. From the person, you struggled to get along with but was then humbled by their generosity to a random stranger helping you with no motive.

The job you landed, with the support of the manager you thought wasn’t on your side. The customer service guy, who not only refunded you for the broken item but sent you another one free of charge. The friend who is always encouraging you, even when going through their struggles.

I could go on and on, as there are many ways we can experience God’s promise to supply all our needs. How? when we open our heart to living like Jesus. Being kind, generous, ready to help others. Obedient, when you hear that little voice telling you to check up on someone.

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It may sound too simple, but when we serve others it is the greatest form of blessing to our lives. Don’t misunderstand, God’s blessing is not conditional. Nothing with God is.

Just think of all the times He’s already done it and how He’s used people and situations around you?

Oh deer

Richmond Park

I’m utterly in love with nature and if someone would pay me, I’d happily spend my days exploring all it has to offer. Nature is a world of wonder on its own, through which I believe life sessions shine through. Our imagination is expanded in terms of how we see and relate to things. And even our belief system. faith through the eyes of nature is like a full plate of my favourite meal.

Recently on a trip to Richmond Park, the deers ventured across our path, in their usual calm, slow-paced, but just to let you know I’m heading somewhere vibe. I urged my daughter to get up close and slightly personal to capture the moment.

10 minutes later whilst all the other deer’s potted along, crossing the road, this one deer (pictured above), just grazed his way through a solid patch of grass on a bed of soil. Totally unbothered that the others had gone ahead.

It made we think, that’s one bold deer. Yes he was part of a group, but at that moment in time what was most important was satisfying his hunger. It didn’t mean he no longer wanted to be apart of that group. He just needed to do his thing.

Do you see where I’m going with this, sometimes we need to break from the group, the norm; to satisfy our hunger for whatever it is we need in that season of life. And no, it’s not an excuse to be unduly selfish, but to live purposefully and with intent.

I can never really give it justice in capturing it, as I’m no photographer and my daughter would wholeheartedly agree. But I hope you’ve been able to get a taste of where my imagination went as you glanced at one very satisfied deer.

The takeaway from today’s post.. Make sure you take time to satisfy your hunger for life .

Trust in what’s for you

Happy Monday!

It’s the start of another week, but really the continuation of the journey you’ve been on, and another opportunity to shine. So my wish is that this week is filled with little moments that remind you, just how valuable you are and that nothing is wasted. The joyful or challenging moments are adding to the amazing story you’ll come to share and evidence in your life.


I can say this because it’s been a challenging time recently with the addition of a new baby. In truth, there are days when I wonder if this beautiful gift is the end of my desire to be a fully-fledged entrepreneur. Especially as you then tend to feel older and for some reason consumed with the idea that time is running out.

But what a load of crockery! Have you ever owed a cupboard full of plates that you’re convinced you’ll use one day despite the fact that there are only 4 of you in the house? The feeling; that your running out of time is a lie, just like that cupboard full of plates. This is how our minds deceive us in fixating on the negative.

When faced with these moments, I have to go back to basics: the foundation of God’s word to get my head and spirit straight.. literally. I know that can in itself to be a challenge, but once that block or focus has shifted you realise that we need to trust what God has in store for us, no matter the storms, or confusion that comes our way or how delayed the vision seems. God is not a liar and He has given us so much and for a purpose.

Time is on my side because God is for me and he is the shepherd of time and my life – C Foune

Have a fantastic week x

A heart of gratitude

I love quiet mornings. They are pure indulgence. And this morning I was basking in it. Even my husband noticed. I always wake up with a worship song on my mind. Today it was: “Looking for a Saviour” by United Pursuit. As I played it, I was just overcome with the goodness of God It’s […]

Forget shame and be Courageous

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Courage is a big word!

As I encourage you to be more courageous, I’ll share with you something from the best selling book of all times, the bible. Through his word, God has given us his promise that we can be courageous because we will never be put to shame or be disgraced. whether; young, old or because of things lost, we should be confident in marching forward

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“Do not be afraid; you will not be put to shame. Do not fear disgrace; you will not be humiliated. You will forget the shame of your youth and remember no more the reproach of your widowhood. (Issiah 54:4)

As courage is about being bold and confident. Know that God has got your back in this area and you can fully own the platform as you run your race.