Updated: Jan 29

What thief comes to steal what’s not valuable?

What harm comes to destroy lightly?

Does a murderer ever have the intention to partially kill?

Those may be harsh questions but the truth is, that’s what the enemy does. He doesn’t steal what’s not valuable. So, anytime you start to have contrary thoughts to what you just read, to what you already know, and to what’s already been said, you know it’s the enemy.

It’s all about how you think about a thing, what you “feel” about it, and what you think the outcome will be. Those are the areas the enemy tries to hit most.

Steal | Kill | Destroy

Watch what thoughts you entertain. If God said ask and you shall receive, seek and you’ll find, knock and the door will be opened, why would he make you think your boss is going to fire you? If God said he is life, why would he ever make you think that his blessing wouldn’t be sufficient? If God said his good pleasure is to give you abundance, why are you still fearful that it will not work?

You’ve got to change your outlook. Come from behind the lends of any pain or previous failure. Then, and only then, you will begin to live a life of true joy.

See yourself on the other side of sorrow! You’ve got to move past this depression and fear!

BE Blessed,

Tierra Nicolle 💕

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I had a dream a while ago that I was standing at a large brown wooden door, almost like the one you see in this picture. Little did I know that behind that door were bodies laying on the ground as though they were dehydrated. Not just one person, but it was multiple people. They were alone, dry, and looked close to death.

What God showed me was that when I decided to walk through this door, I was to help and minister to those who were in a state of lifelessness. The Holy Spirit revealed to me that each person were a symbol of dry bones and I would be their help to the living water- God that is.

fight with? When we hit a dead end, we must remember we have someone who will help us.

All you have to do is realize He's already there. If God has helped you financially or opened a door for you previously, what makes you think he won't fight for you to defeat or help you obtain the things you're fighting for now?


We have to learn to rest in God. Many are familiar with Pslam 23 stating that God is our shepherd. With God being just that, it is He that fights for us. It's Him that leads us into victory. He's our protector, leader, supplier, and the one who works just for us. Read this, Matthew 10:45: "For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many." God is not going to give you an assignment and leave you without. If you're feeling lost, defeated, or unencouraged, remember this, you're not alone and you will make it past this! No matter how challenging it is, make sure to keep going. Keep doing what you were before the doubt came and listen to any instructions given. Take a course, read, get experience, ask for assistance; This will avoid stagnancy and promote growth.


Whether you realize it or not, more is being done while waiting for that big moment than you can think of. In fact, the excitement happens along the journey. There are small moments of victory that we must not overlook. Romans 10:11 states: "Anyone who believes in Him will never be put to shame.” Know this, while you’re working and fighting, it’s not in vain. Keep going! That’s all you need to do in this moment. The right doors will open. The right connections will happen. The fruit will come. Stay the course. Keep going in the midst of this process. After all, what do you have to turn back to? Either go back to unhappiness with no point of turning or continue now with the promise of joy ahead.

Know this, when it comes to promises, there’s no easy route. Fighting is necessary and without it you stay in the same place. So gird up, strengthen yourself, and walk in emotional maturity. Allow God to take care of the things you can’t while you do what you can.

We become limited only when we give up.


Stay blessed,

Tierra Nicolle

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You can serve God and still call something Lord. Let me break it down for you. You see, we recognize God as a source for what we need and sometimes, we don’t recognize the fullness of who He actually is.

You see, David was a king or lord over people. Though he ruled over people, those people ultimately still obeyed God. They listened to David because he lead them (like a shepherd), but God was still Lord of all despite David’s position.

So, we too can serve or make something our “Lord” and allow that to take the place of God.

We do that when we place more trust in the things around us we feel can save us, instead of trusting God. God is God of all and everything as well as Lord of all and everything.

Shifting our focus from a problem is one thing but what are we then looking at? You can look at all of the possible outlets, or you can look to God and trust that HE will bring forth your deliverance from the place He chooses.

That is Faith in action. Learning to rest in God is sometimes the only action we need. Here’s a reminder to you: God has this in control.

We all have to carry our cross at some point in life. In fact, maybe multiple times. Here’s the lesson: You must trust God. When He speaks, trust. Where He leads, trust. When He says go, Go! Believe that He is not only God the sovereign one, but also LORD.

Listen. Trust. Have Faith.

When it’s most unbearable, that’s when He’ll step in. Carry your cross—-(whatever situation is at hand), and know that it’ll will be over after this. But you must endure. Remember what Jesus said in the Garden of Gethsemane before the moment He had to bear His cross:


Matthew 26:38 “My soul is very sorrowful, even to death. Remain here and watch with Me.”

Matthew 26:41 “Watch and pray, that you do not enter into temptation.”


Watch and Pray. Pray that you keep the faith, until the very end. It’s a moment not only for you, but to show those around you what God will do.

Faith comes by hearing, and hearing the word of God. Faith comes by taking in the word of God. It must be a daily resource you run to.

Deuteronomy 8:3- “He humbled you, causing you to hunger and then feeding you with manna…to teach you that man shall not live on bread alone but on every word that comes out of the mouth of the Lord.”


Kirk Franklin says it like this: “Right before I live I have to Die.” -Song (Before I Die)

It’s not punishment, it was “re-direction”. God is leading you into a place where you fully Trust In Him.


Stay blessed,

-Tierra Nicolle

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