Showing posts from September, 2014

I Am Awesome

I am awesome Beautiful Wonderfully created Loved by my Father Glorious Walking out my purpose Faithful Joyful Free And confident My Father is pleased with me Because He has empowered me to please Him. Cassondra Shining before man. Just as I was called I am me!

I Want To Know

I want to know that I am loved That no matter what I do or what I think Or what I feel or what I say I am unequivocally and irrevocably loved. I want to know that I'm important That no matter what happens around me I can make it better, make a difference Not with striving or struggling But just by being me. I want to know that I am valued That other people see the treasures that Yahweh hid inside of me And they want to make a draw on them, So they can have them too. I want to know that I can see That the way I see the world Is rightly aligned with the way the world is, The way Yahweh made it. I want to know that I can change the world That my purpose will be fulfilled to the fullest And because I've lined up with Yahweh, Things on Earth will never be the same And Yahweh's Kingdom will be a little more manifest In this natural realm. I want to know that, even if I make a mistake, Yahweh's got this. He saw before time the plans He laid out f

Twelve Hours

Man used to live to be 900 years old. Now our days are but 120 years. But what if the human lifespan were only twelve hours? That by the time the twelfth hour rolled around, you were already like a 90 to 100 year old man or woman? What if you were born at 7:00 p.m. in the fall? Just as your mother was giving birth to you, twilight was approaching. Your first view of the sky held streaks of yellow-gold and purple, but it quickly disappeared, and your memory of that time is dim and vague. But by the time you were one hour old, the sky was already dark, a midnight blue with only pinpricks of lights therein. You are old enough, now, to wonder, to ask questions. Why do we live in a world of inky black with only small points of light to guide us on our way? Your mother, who is already middle aged by now, tells you that the pinpricks are stars and that there is a time when a greater star comes out and illuminates the entirety of the sky. The whole earth shines in its splendor and the sm


There is something to be said For a nice, rainy day When I don't have anywhere to go Rest For tomorrow, we work!