Archive for April, 2018

“Hearts” Began With a Dream

“Hearts” is an international organization for women of God and is a Christian women’s fellowship that helps women walk and achieve in God’s divine and yet individual purpose and plan.

Sabrina M. Evans was given an amazing dream by God in April of 2016. Thousands of women throughout the world were pregnant with visions and dreams given by Him, but they were not being fulfilled because of adversities and hearts heavy with distress. Other women had infants and toddlers, but they did not appear real because their visions and dreams had been aborted.

Then the Lord Jesus appeared a number of times to her and gave her detailed instructions to commence what quickly turned international in just one month: an organization to service God’s daughters and achieve His plan and purpose for their lives and to have peaceful hearts. Jesus even told her what to name the organization…Hearts.

“Hearts” has gone on to facilitate ministries and churches in their Chapters of Hearts using prayer, programs, workshops, and inspiring social connections to support women’s faith and love. The goal is to have women be able to overcome everyday struggles and hardships, being overwhelmed, feeling hopeless and powerless, feeling discouraged and insufficient, or fears of failure.

God has stepped in and is raising up His daughters as an end-time army willing to commit their lives to the Kingdom’s cause: the Great Commission, which will fulfill their destinies in God’s design in marvelous ways, push back on problems, and win the souls of others by showing how to accomplish goals and overcome odds. An example is their “Legacy,” which is a vocational training program that assists women to start their own small businesses with a gift of a small amount of start-up funds to purchase needed items and then teach them how to become self sustainable to help meet the basic needs of their families.

Each woman is to walk in her own individual beauty and greatness. The goal is to be the spiritually-strong, empowering, wise, loving, sensitive, resourceful, compassionate, dynamic and forgiving creation that God made in the splendidness of His glory.

This international sisterhood of heart warriors believes that women have been given the strength and courage to support and encourage themselves and others through their struggles and overcome adversity. They would be happy to open their arms to you and help you to soar like an eagle to the heights of your visions and dreams and renew your strengths and your faith.

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It Went Higher

Last Saturday, my eldest daughter asked me if she can swim in the nearby clubhouse. I said yes since I know that she missed swimming a lot. It was already 6 in the evening that she finished; they just dropped by at 7/11 to eat some snacks and went home. I guess she went home at around 7 in the evening. She was okay the next day but she’s starting not to get okay at Tuesday, she said she had a slight fever. I had to work at that time and thought that she will be okay since I told her to take some medicines. I was worried when I went out to work; I was worried for both of my kids so I sent a message to my niece and told her to let Faith sleep with her since Mj was not feeling well.

I sent them text message from work at 11 in the evening and Mj sent me a picture of the temperature of her fever, it was 39.8. I told one of my nieces to put a cold compress so to cool her down, I was then informed that they already did it and her fever went down a little. I told Mj then that we need to go to her Pedia once I get home. Good thing that we were dismissed early at work so I was able to get home a little bit early than usual.

She was still sick when I got home, so I told her to be ready for a checkup. It was a right timing because the clinic was not that busy, we were done in just an hour or two. The diagnosed was a tonsillitis that is why she chilled last night resulting to high fever. We thought since she already took some medicines, her fever won’t get back but I was wrong because around 2 in the afternoon, she became uneasy again, when I touched her forehead she was dreading hot, around 3 in the afternoon, her fever went higher to 39.9, I decided then not to go to work, I need her to be okay plus she asked me if I can stay at home. So I informed our supervisor, I also called our workforce hotline to get the reference number for my absence. Good thing our supervisor understands, I was still spared for my absence and thank GOD that my daughter is healed now.

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Idle And Being Busy

My eldest daughter already started their summer vacation, she busy herself now with playing games on her cellphone. She went out sometimes with her friends, just like last Saturday she missed swimming a lot so she ask me if I can give her some money so she can swim in a nearby subdivision. I gave her some after we got home from grocery shopping. Good thing, she decided not to transfer school at all, she would transfer when she finish her 12th grade. I can’t believe my eldest daughter will be in college soon. She is still contemplating with taking up engineering or something else.

While my eldest is just being idle at home, Faith still has some things to be done at school. Their vacation will start on May 1st. They are yet reviewing their exam this month. But today with skipped school aside me, not feeling well, she had a diarrhea yesterday and last night she vomit a number of times, good thing I decided to be absent from work, I was able to attend to her even though I was not feeling good. I guess my adrenalin rushes when I learned she vomited in the bathroom, I did not feel any pain in my back when attending her but when she’s done, the pain started again. Right now, she’s not vomiting at all, but she skipped school so I can monitor her. Hopefully, the pain that I am feeling in my back would also go away.

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