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Better watch out, better not cry

🎝 You better watch out, you better not cry! ♪

♪ Better not pout, I’m telling you why. . . 🎝

Mrs. Morgan’s coming to school! 335 more words

Audience of One

An Audience of One: The role of your lifetime

One of the simplest but most empowering messages I heard from my Pastor was years ago, “As you go out into your day, into your week, into your life, remember you live only for an audience of One and the rest will fall into place.” Seems pretty simple. 587 more words


Audience of One.

Three years ago, around June 2014, I felt 6 little words stamped right on my heart by God.

“You have an audience of One.”

I even thought about writing a blog about what those words meant, but every time I began to write it, I would get distracted and never finish… A majority of this post was written 3 years ago, and looking back now, I think it’s because I hadn’t fully understood… and maybe I still don’t have a full understanding, but I feel like I understand well enough to put it into words. 1,085 more words


Seeking approval.

“You are designed to live as who the Designer has design you to be.”

It’s a simple yet a very powerful one liner. Yet I wonder how many people don’t live as who they’re meant to be because they’re trying to gain approval from mankind, because they’re comparing themselves to someone else, because they’re afraid of failing, because doubts and fears have crept into their minds, because they don’t think they’re worthy enough or who they are aren’t good enough. 583 more words



Worship is in the DNA of the human heart. God created mankind to worship and they will worship something; if not the true God, then they will worship something else or someone else. 2,018 more words

Only one person to please: Jesus Christ

For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant… 263 more words


My Audience of One and His Friends

Why do I blog? What do I want to accomplish? Who am I writing for? These are questions that every faith-based blogger has asked herself, sometimes daily. 824 more words