Tuesday, June 11, 2013

It's So Hard To Say Good Bye to Yesterday

I am at a point in my life that I need to go to the next level. I need to expand my intellectual capacity and work on several glaring character defects.  I truly understand that the past is good for reflective value. I also believe that the past  will not become transformative unless I relinquish it.  
How do I really say good by to yesterday? 


  1. I believe that you have to use your past to spring board your future. The past is just what it is and that is that. Acknowledging what you have gone through gives you and only you the opportunity to relinquish all things that have hindered you and opens the doors for the Holy Spirit to engage you in new means that you have never experienced before. I really believe that true confession and repentance is the key. You know what you are going through and maybe you need a prayer partner who has experienced some of the same afflictions such as you have over come to take you to the next level. (Hint) I have a new prayer partner to help me with spiritual warfare and things are starting to move in a supernatural way.

  2. Some yesterdays are still very painful for me. I often think about my relocating to SFLA, probably one of the most painful yesterday's in my life. The embedded picture of my mom & son standing in the doorway as I waved to them. I know it was painful for them too. But God, My Rock, Their Rock has allowed us to grow past the pain. I've learned to hold on to God's unchanging hand and pray for my family, develope my relationship with God. The most profound statement from my son, "Mom if you had never left NY, I would have never known what it is to be a man & stand in many own"....I praise God.