To Praise

Translation by: Gabriela Yareliz /God doesn’t reject a prayer, Prayer is nurishment. I have never seen a just one, one of His children, left without an answer or left in suffering. Its enough to wait and see what God will do when you lift your hands; it is time to gain victory. Simply praise Him;Continue reading “To Praise”

Great Expectations

By: Gabriela Yareliz Sometimes in life we feel God disappoints us. We feel things aren’t going the way we wanted them to. Lately, I’ve been getting a lesson here. Sometimes we feel disappointed because our plans don’t align with God’s plans. I heard a speaker at Advent Hope talk about how we need to takeContinue reading “Great Expectations”

True peace in God and reformation

By: Gabriela Yareliz So this piece is a bit long; I understand. Time runs short these days, but I encourage you, if you are interested in these topics of peace, philosophy and belief, to read it. I wouldn’t spend time typing this out if I didn’t think this was important. I have divided the themesContinue reading “True peace in God and reformation”

Hope for triumph over evil and evidence

By: Gabriela Yareliz Hey guys! So, I was reading this morning and I read this passage that really made an impact on me. Because I wanted to share I typed it out, so you could read it… (I am just cool like that-kidding). I hope you enjoy it, and feel free to send me aContinue reading “Hope for triumph over evil and evidence”

Belief &Truth

By: Gabriela Yareliz The words of this song are so meaningful. In times of uncertainty, it pays to think of those who faced big decisions and trials before you and how God delivered them in the past. God does not change, He is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. /Many nights we’ve prayed With noContinue reading “Belief &Truth”

The reality of salvation and being “saved”

By: Gabriela Yareliz Yesterday, I decided I would actually take time to eat my lunch, so I went to the outdoor area by the Welcome Center in front of the fountain to watch as parents and their children took tours where the tour guides would be bubbly and lie about where students love to hangContinue reading “The reality of salvation and being “saved””