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You can find the inspirational “soundtrack” to the 42 Chapters in Scriptures For Strippers. This is a playlist with gospel and inspirational songs. There is also “Lit for the Lord”, a playlist featuring Sayuri Smith’s favorite gospel rap songs. The playlist with smooth R&B sounding tracks which also glorify God is called “Relax With The Lord.”

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Relax with the Lord 

Scriptures for Strippers: Temptation

After I became an exotic dancer, I was always tempted to work, not knowing how much I would make or miss out on if I didn’t go. It drove me crazy! The freedom in schedule allowed me to pick and and choose when I’d go in. I needed to make sure I rested but I didn’t want to miss an opportunity to score a big pay day.

While at work, my goal was to dance for everyone in the room at least once. While talking to customers, they began to make proposals for me to leave the club with them in order to make extra money. I always thought about Cold Case Files and Unsolved Mysteries and ran from the people who attempted to bait me with promises of money, fame or anything. I was afraid of the unknown. But after a while, I began to wonder if I was shortchanging myself. I wondered if I was missing opportunities because I was so afraid of what I didn’t know. Every time I thought about how harmless a guy seemed, I thought of the movie, Silence of the Lambs, where a serial killer would pose as a man in need of help, complete with an arm cast only to abduct women and skin them.

What are the temptations exotic dancers face? When customers want to hear something good, dancers are tempted to lie to keep the money flowing and fulfill a man’s fantasy of getting his way with a beautiful woman. When a customer leaves his money or credit card out, a dancer may be tempted to steal it and take a few days off work. The temptation to trade sex for sexual favors for money will present itself a few times everyday. When a customer pressures a dancer to meet him after she leaves work, depending on who she is hooked up with, she can be tempted to have the customer set up to be robbed. Sometimes robberies go bad and someone ends up getting hurt. There are temptations to drink too much and use drugs to distract dancers from their reality. A fellow dancer can tempt another to fight by stealing money or customers. A patron can tempt a dancer to fight by refusing to pay her. The list of temptations in the strip club are literally endless.

The scriptures that came to mind while in these situations kept me from participating in certain behaviors and being in precarious scenarios. I always reminded myself that:

“Every good and perfect gift cones from above; it comes down from the Father of light.” James 1:17

This means I didn’t have to anything people were trying to get me to do. I was there to make money off my dance skills and that was it! I didn’t feel the need to do anything extra in order to make it.

“But those who crave to be rich fall into temptation and a snare and into many foolish (useless, godless) and hurtful desires that plunge men into ruin and destruction and miserable perishing.”
1 Timothy 6:9 AMPC

This scripture revealed the trap that temptation is. I didn’t want to end up in ruin, destruction or die a horrible death just because of a few extra dollars.

“For the love of money is a root of all evils; it is through this craving that some have been led astray and have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves through with many acute [mental] pangs.”

1 Timothy 6:10 AMPC

This scripture is one of the most misinterpreted of all. The love of money is the root of all evil. Money is not evil. I’ve seen some people do some crazy stuff for money. The love and desperation for it is so dangerous in the strip club. Pimps and predatory customers lure dancers into dungeons using their own desire for money to make them prisoners. This scripture also speaks on the negative toll the love of money takes on one’s mental health.

Everyone has a plan to eventually leave the club. Don’t be tempted by things that sounds too good to be true and don’t allow or develop the love of money to rule you. Pray always and know nothing last forever. Don’t allow desperation to make you feel like you have to do something crazy to get your needs met. Pick up your copy of Scriptures for Strippers from Amazon or visit the http://www.ScripturesForStrippers.com

“And lead (bring) us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.”
Matthew 6:13 AMPC

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The Community of Christian Women: A Safe Place to Network and Guaranteed Fun

In my determination to not be the recluse I once was, I have been making an effort to get out of the house and find good, clean fun with women are unashamed of their relationship with God. In my search, I stumbled upon this awesome network of women who are not only believers in God, but movers and shakers in the Body of Christ! After perusing my Eventbrite app, I discovered a woman named Tamara Diahann. She hosted an event called The God Girl Expo in Lithonia, GA. Mrs. Diahann is one of the biggest bubbliest, most positive people I’ve been around in a while. She is also the Community of Christian Women’s Founder with a mission to assemble women of God to execute the mission, vision and purpose of kingdom business.

I made some great connections with women who are operating in their purpose and executing the mission of building the body of Christ. I’ve encountered a beautiful woman named Aqueela Maddox, The Inspirationalist, who inspires others with her transparent testimony and highlights redemption, forgiveness and reinforcing the importance of practical application of the Word of God to one’s life. She is also a marketing expert hosting a workshop on how to “Brand Your Brand”.

I met a woman another woman name Corendis Hardy, owner of Avant-Garde Books where she offers uplifting literature for African American children. She will be hosting The African American Booklovers Expo in November 2017.

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The Community of Christian Women hosts 2 recurring monthly events. The Coffee and Conversations Brunch happens every 2nd Saturday from 10 am until 12 noon at the Laughing Goat Cafe located in downtown Decatur, GA.

The God Girl Gathering is a fun girl’s night which takes place at the House of Victory Christian Church located at 4542 Evans Mills Rd. Lithonia, GA 30038. Festivities begin at 7 pm until 11pm every 4th Friday of the month. There was tasty treats, entertaining games, loud laughter and Godly conversation! I was so happy I brought my sister and we both look forward to the next God Girl Event!

I encourage you to mark your calendars and check out these events to include some non-judgmental fellowship with females of faith. Check out the website http://www.HelloGodGirl.com for more info! I look forward to meeting you there!!!

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The Bridge KickBack: An Organic Authentic Worship Experience Outside the Four Walls of Traditional Church

On my journey to experiencing God through fellowship with His people, I have come to learn about different Bible studies, church services and events with the purpose of drawing people nearer to our Creator. My calendar is full of prayer calls that happen over the phone, evening Bible studies and the different times church services start for Sunday morning service.

There are recurring events that happen every other week or monthly that I plan to go to but I sometimes lose track of time or get the event days mixed up. This was certainly the case with the catching up with The Bridge KickBack, a millenial-led church service that takes place at Nancy’s Pizza in Atlanta, Georgia every other Monday at 7 pm.

I discovered this service after first falling in love with the gospel trap music artist named Glo and his album, “Trapping Out the Church”. I absolutely loved every song I heard (and added to my Lit for the Lord playlist on YouTube) but my favorites are “On the Water” and “By the Twos”. I had to post part of a song on my instagram page and found GLO to tag him. I was excited to learn that he lived in metro Atlanta and actually did a song, “Worship for The Hood”, that shouted out my old neighbor in Riverdale, GA. After doing a little bit more investigating, I saw that he was a part of a movement called The Bridge KickBack where young people gathered together to have praise and worship and uplifting words about Jesus Christ after playing some fun games and having some gut busting laughs.

Last week, they also had a very unique online event called the Unapologetically Me Conference that included panel discussions, testimonies and inspiration from different people from various races, backgrounds and lifestyles. They discussed your identity in Christ and image versus reality among other things starting on Instagram and leading to Youtube for the full video. I was blessed by this insight and appreciated the testimonies shared! This made me vigilant about keeping up with and catching the date for the next bi-weekly event so I can finally experience this event in person.

My youngest sister is a bonafide millenial and I immediately thought of her when I saw the clips of people talking about their experiences with the Holy Spirit during this unadulterated, unique encounter with God. I was excited to plan to go to this event with her. My children came as well. My daughter enjoyed dancing to the familiar gospel trap music and my son dominated the Connect 4 table. We also enjoyed some authentic, delicious Chicago-style deep dish pizza that didn’t break the bank!

I was beyond excited to experience the spirit-filled altar call where the ladies gathered and were encouraged to embrace, pray with or intercede for each other. There was a real sense of sisterhood and family in the room as we all lifted up the name of our Lord together. I was on mommy duty with my baby girl but God still afforded me an opportunity to pray with a lady in the back of the room. She was eventually encouraged enough to go to the front of the room and join the altar call.

There was a round table discussion and a panel discussion on different spiritual topics like insecurity and identity in God. I was amazed at how the Holy Spirit came in as we Milly Wopped and did the Running Man for the Lord. I am not easily impressed but my expectations were definitely exceeded as I didn’t expect the move of God to be so strong. I listen to gospel rap a lot but I now know that the Holy Spirit will visit any place where it is welcome. I love praising, worshipping, glorifying and loving on the Lord and it felt good to be in the company of so many people who were on the same accord. There was no judgment, negative vibes or quenched spirit in this place…Praise God! I totally recommend this event to anyone who wants to invite someone to church but know they won’t show up to an actual church building. It is clearly an awesome alternative to Bible study that will keep you engaged, entertained and energized! I am grateful that the folks at The Bridge KickBack for allow themselves to be a great representative of what the church should be, people who bring God WHEREVER they go and are unapologetic as they do it!

This is a blurry picture but I was excited to take this selfie with my favorite local gospel trap artist, GLO! I had an absolute blast at The Bridge Kickback! I look forward to the next event and invite anyone in Atlanta who would love to experience the spirit of God OUTSIDE the 4 walls of church. Be sure sure to check out my homeboy and brother in Christ, GLO. Follow him on Instagram @Gloman1. Make sure you stay tuned to find out about the next event by following @TheBridgeKickback at Nancy’s Chicago Pizza located at 265 Ponce De Leon Ave NE A, Atlanta, GA 30308. Hope to see you soon! Follow me on @SayuriSmith to learn about unique positive events in Atlanta and beyond! Be Blessed!

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Desperation: Destructive with the devil; Deliverance with God

As a woman attempts to find herself on another path through life’s journey, she may experience desperation. Many people imagine that in order for a woman to become a stripper, she had to be desperate in the first place. Many times that’s not the case… it wasn’t for me. As a child, I loved dancing and wanted to dance for money when I grew up. It was very simple to me but of course, it wouldn’t be that simple.

I did grow up and became a dancer in a strip club. When I came in contact with customers who thought they could take advantage of me or exploit my position as a stripper, it disturbed me very much. Customers who tried to make deals or negotiate prices of dance performances because they assumed I was desperate for money. This was extremely offensive and was one of the worst parts of dancing for me. I wasn’t desperate for money but I was there to earn it. I soon started to recognize how the devil attempts to use the spirit of despair and desperation against strippers.

For me, dancing was supposed to be a lucrative, fun, care-free endeavor that allowed me to showcase my ability to dance that I later learned would also require me to expose my body. Those two things were hard enough to do but when the predatory customers and even some times club management impose their sexual desires on dancers based on their warped, disgusting sociaopathic personalities, the job turns into something totally different. It is important to note that being desperate is the last thing you want to be as an exotic dancer in a strip club.

Although I know being a desperate dancer is dangerous, it didn’t prevent me from becoming desperate. Coming to work everyday and dancing my heart out was a dream come true at first but then it began to wear down on me and I was desperate to get escape. All of my other goals and aspirations were put on the back burner and dancing was the only thing I had. I had dropped out of court reporting school which was another one of my dreams and also was my ticket out of the club. I scrambled to become anything other than a dancer and became desperate to escape the club. I would have panic attacks when it was time for work and I was desperate for peace in my mind. I was desperate for a vision for my life. I was desperate to be free from spiritual weakness and emotional instability. No matter how desperate I got, I never saw the devil as an ally. I didn’t turn on myself and allow the devil to use me against myself. I had negative self-talk and put myself down a lot and realized the devil was making me punish myself but I didn’t allow the devil to convince me to use hard drugs and alcohol as an escape.

Let us test and examine our ways, and let us return to the Lord. Lamentations 3:40

I was reading the Bible and trying to be encouraged but it just wasn’t working. I was prescribed pain medication for my debilitating chronic back pain and was afraid I would start abusing my medication so I would only take half of the pills. I knew I was trying to kill my pain but the desperation was causing depression, which brought isolation, which brought loneliness and eventually a spirit of suicide came over me.

When I finally got into a church, I was relieved. The pastor was prophetic, which means he spoke the Word of God into the future of the congregation. The words spoken over my life were invaluable and that’s when I learned how to implement the strategy and power of the spiritual weapon (the Bible) and fight spiritual warfare. I became desperate for God and that desperation saved my life. This negative word became the activation of my faith. My desperation for a way of escape from my financial dependency on the strip club to provide basic needs for me and my young son. I was desperate for God to reveal his PLAN for my life. It was my decision to start working in the strip club and God had protected and preserved my life through it all. I was grateful that I had been blessed enough to live my dream as a dancer, I would never have to wonder what would have been. I was grateful to God that I had the experience I had but I was sure that this lifestyle wasn’t the PURPOSE for my life.

Many people debate with me about bringing God into the life of a stripper but I DO NOT CARE!!!!!! NOBODY can tell me God’s hand has not been on my life…or any other exotic dancer’s life. I refused to allow the devil to convince me I was desperate inside the club. But the truth was, I became depressed and felt myself slowly deteriorating and self-destructing.

I had never paid attention to denominations of churches but with this being a prophetic ministry, the altar calls literally spoke life into me. At the end of each sermon, the pastor would ask if anyone needed prayer and I went to the altar every week. I didn’t have to say anything. These people just prayed and laid hands on me. I always felt a little bit lighter as I held on to each positive, prophetic word spoken over my life. I remember one time the pastor’s wife said, “You will help thousands of women. You are an overcomer. Your story will set so many free.” My life was falling apart as I had anxiety attacks and dealt with bouts of very deep depression from my emotional and spiritual exhaustion from being a dancer. To this day, those words ring in my mind and I am floored at how good God has been to me. I began to read the Bible, fast, pray and seek instruction from God through meditation. I began to hear from God and follow His directions. It was a horribly hard road to ride but I eventually did leave the club. I got another job. But that wasn’t the end. My desperation for change and living in the purpose of God made my journey in my faith walk possible. I didn’t want to go backwards and the only thing that kept me forward was my desperation for a new lifestyle.

“…I am the Lord your God, Who teaches you to profit, Who leads you in the way that you should go.” Isaiah 48:17 AMPC

Nobody ever aspires to be a crack whore, alcoholic, or prostitute but devil-inspired desperation is the gateway to these dead-end traps. I pray that anyone who is working as a dancer, prostitute, escort or WHATEVER turn to GOD today. He made you for a purpose that you are NOT fulfilling. The good news is He will accept you back. Let your desperation work for you and not against you. He is waiting for you. If you want God to speak into your life, get in the Word of GOD. He will meet your needs better than any man, club, pimp or “friend” ever could. Get to the source! God is your supplier… The REAL plug!

“And my God will liberally supply (fill to the full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:19

If you don’t know what to read, get your copy of Scriptures for Strippers from Amazon.com or from http://www.ScripturesForStrippers.com. I pray you find a peace and joy again.

I’m praying for you.

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Check out the church I was telling you about in this blog post at https://www.nexlevelchurch.com/

Check out this song by Byron Cage… It explains everything perfectly!

https://youtu.be/BhK4XGFYd38

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Reclaiming My Time: Fighting Procrastination

There is a viral video of U.S. representative for California’s 43rd congressional district Maxine Waters where she is requesting an answer to a specific question and when the answer was not given, she repeated the phrase “Reclaiming my Time” over and over again. As I watched her speak, it made me think of all the times I have allowed others to waste mine and I realized I need to be more like Auntie Maxine.

When working at the club, I was extremely efficient in spending the appropriate amount of time with a customer to maximize profitability. If a patron was not paying me to talk, I was being paid to dance. If I wasn’t being paid to dance, I was getting paid somewhere else. It was simple but unfortunately life isn’t that cut and dried. *sad face* I am currently working on a fictional novel based on my life, Dancability, which has me reflecting on how I have spent my time. This is mostly the result of having a huge issue with procrastination.

I remember working with ladies who would come to work with astronomical nightly quotas because they had a bill due in the next few days. They needed to make $800 that night or their rent would be late or would be in jeopardy of getting a visit from the repo man. I watched these ladies and made a point to slowly save up my money to avoid adding anxiety to the already stressful job of dealing with drunken men all night. Ugh. Because I planned some things and avoided certain issues, I could not see how I was procrastinating in other areas.

As a part of my new lifestyle, I have implemented a new way of living which starts with the concept of reclaiming my time. There are so many different things God has shown me I must accomplish but I keep finding “good reasons” to put them on the back burner. I am an ex-exotic dancer who has been out of the game for 2 years but still consider myself to be in transition because of the many changes I still need to make to be the new and improved me. After working in the strip club for so long, I have become accustomed to fast money. I could wake up with $60 and go to sleep with $600. There was no waiting for pay day or a pay check. I got cash in my hand after dancing my heart out. I could put off working all week if I wanted and still pay my bills on time. I would have to rest up in order to work so hard so what some people called procrastination, I called getting rested. Procrastination has taken a different form now that I do not dance anymore and it has been hard to pinpoint. I balance so many different items on my plate, I see I have to really manage my time and not stretch myself too thin because procrastination can come in looking like juggling. When you juggle, you have to divide your attention and when you look away from something, you have to set a date to return to it. When you don’t, it won’t get done and you will start a bunch of projects and finish none. You may sign up to help someone when you need that time for yourself. You will need to reclaim your time.

I hated to admit my issue with procrastination and my inability to properly prioritize my time. There are so many things I would like to accomplish that I now see that it is very important to strengthen this weakness to be victorious in my own life. In the back of my mind, I put things off just knowing they will get done (just like knowing my bills would be paid when I worked at the club). Working at the strip club empowered me to have complete control of my time which ironically hindred me from making the most of it because I always mismangaged it. Not working to a set schedule and being able to work whenever I wanted fed into my procrastination of taking care of less desirable tasks.

I find that the more I talk to God, the more focused my thoughts are and waste less energy. When your steps are ordered by God, you can do more with less.

“The steps of a [good and righteous] (wo)man are directed and established by the Lord, And He delights in his or her way [and blesses his path]. PSALM 37:23 AMP

Setting goals and deadlines for myself is essential to marking things off my to-do list and pushing procrastination out of the picture. I foucs on this scripture that tells me to seek guidance when I get off track and reminds me to get back on task. My list “counsels” me about what I need to be doing.

“Where there is no [wise, intelligent] guidance, the people fall [and go off course like a ship without a helm], But in the abundance of [wise and godly] counselors there is victory.” PROVERBS 11:14 AMP

“Let us test and examine our ways, And let us return to the Lord.” LAMENTATIONS 3:40 AMP

It is important to know that taking baby steps are the way to accomplish your goals. In the Focusing on Goals and Purpose chapter of Scriptures for Strippers, there is a place to list short term and long term goals. If you need a indepth plan of action, turn to page 289 and get busy filling in your overall goals, supporting goals, the action taken and the result. Whenever I am having issues with prioritizing projects, I ask God. He answered with this.

“But all things should be done with regard to decency and propriety and in an orderly fashion.” 1 Corinthians 14:40 AMPC

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The Top 3 Reasons “Scriptures for Strippers” is a Must-Read for EVERY Dancer

Some believe that women who work as adult entertainers are keeping themselves from God by participating in an obviously sinful profession and should not find God until they abandon their job. Others believe that God will not hear the prayers and cries of these women who are hurting on the inside and want peace, love and joy. Inquiring minds ask about the purpose of Scriptures for Strippers, the first and only devotional for adult entertainers is but what they really want to know is whether I am condemning or encouraging women with this book. That is a fair question and I quickly let anyone know that only God can judge a person and I understand my duty as a child of God, a member of the Kingdom of God and a witness to the power of God. I am supposed to give my testimony so that others may be free. It is not my job to “condemn” her but many think when I disregard her profession, I fail her. I personally understand every unmentionable battle because I used to be an exotic dancer myself. I was a dancer at for 15 years off and on and I totally get the struggle. If anyone agrees that I should be harshly admonishing and critcizing these women, I’d like to take this time to remind them of what the Bible says:

“Brothers (and sisters), if anyone is caught in any sin, you who are spiritual [that is, you who are responsive to the guidance of the Spirit] are to restore such a person in a spirit of gentleness [not with a sense of superiority or self-righteousness], keeping a watchful eye on yourself, so that you are not tempted as well.” GALATIANS 6:1 AMP

At the end of 2014, I left the club for the second time and was very despondent. I was isolated, depressed and chronically worried. I was so weary from working in the strip club to support myself and my toddler son. I tossed my dance bag in a dumpster at a carwash and just quit going to work. I told God I was done with that because it was depressing, draining and was driving a huge wedge between me and anything I wanted. I went to church and the preacher said there is a scripture for every struggle. He gave us an assignment to go home and make a list of scriptures for every weak area of our life.

I went home and made a list and Scriptures for Strippers was born. I know it is my duty to share what God has revealed to me because the Bible says:

“So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord or about me His prisoner, but with me take your share of suffering for the gospel [continue to preach regardless of the circumstances], in accordance with the power of God [for His power is invincible]
2 TIMOTHY 1:8‭ AMP

Here are the 3 main purposes and points of Scriptures for Strippers: 

  1. Everyone deserves a relationship with God. Come close to God [with a contrite heart] and He will come close to you.” JAMES 4:8 AMP
    As a dancer, it is essential to have a relationship with God to guard against the demons that lurk in strip clubs. Many people regard the actual dancers as the demons who attempt to seduce men and destroy families by leading men astray when the fact of the matter is there are lost young women who seek to deal with spiritual deficiency and brokeness by becoming dancers. Other women dance for financial gain without weighing the the spiritual, mental and emotional costs. Honestly, there is no real way to know exactly what these women actually deal with unless you have been in the environment of the strip club personally. Having a working knowledge of what the Word of God actually says about equips these women to fight spiritual battles. Working as a stripper makes a woman vulnerableand exposed not just physically. Although, many may think of a prayer in the strip club is blasphemy the Word of God says: “The eyes of the Lord are in every place.” PROVERBS 15:3 AMP “If I ascend to heaven, You are there; If I make my bed in Sheol (the nether world, the place of the dead), behold, You are there.”PSALM 139:8 AMP
  2. To provide a source of hope and protection. “…that the Lord your God may show us the way in which we should walk and the thing that we should do.”
    JEREMIAH 42:3 AMP
    Studying the Word of God reveals what to hope and trust in. While working in a strip club, women are approached by different spirits seeking various things. These women need spiritual protection as men (and women) come in to exploit mental, emotional and spiritual immaturity. There are women with abandonment issues, low self-esteem, anger, and unforgiveness in their hearts which makes them dangerous to themselves and even the people around them at any given moment. Strippers experience a high rate of rejection and my develop in a people pleaser. It is very beneficial to a woman who works in this industry to know what God has said about her and her future to combat the negative self-image that develops as a result of becoming a stripper. Someone needs to tell the young women that the Bible says: “The Lord will make you the head (leader) and not the tail (follower); and you will be above only, and you will not be beneath, if you listen and pay attention to the commandments of the Lord your God, which I am commanding you today, to observe them carefully.” DEUTERONOMY 28:13 AMP.  Scriptures for Strippers is not used for judging and condemning. Working as a dancer is hard enough! I read Psalm 27 everyday before going inside the club for protection and I have never been harmed!
  3. To help women get to a place where they can discover their purpose. When the glamour is gone and facts of the lifestyle trump the fantasy and fallicy, depression and desperation can suddenly take hold of a woman who works as a stripper. A dancer who is desperate is dangerous to herself and others. She may think of robbery, murder or prostitution when she has endured nights where she did not make her quota or thinks of transitioning. So it is safe to say that after dancing for a while, many dancers may attempt to concoct an exit strategy. These are extremely difficult to execute without a strong sense of disclipline and laser sharp focus on her goals. The fast money is life changing and it is extremely difficult to replace the income she has become accustomed to generating. Only God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, can reveal His plan for her life. This is the other reason I do not tell dancers to stop working in the club. After she has her own personal relationship with God, she will begin to behave differently and will be able to see a new plan develop for her life. Everyone is created for a reason and purpose.

    “for He delivered us and saved us and called us with a holy calling [a calling that leads to a consecrated life–a life set apart–a life of purpose], not because of our works [or because of any personal merit–we could do nothing to earn this], but because of His own purpose and grace [His amazing, undeserved favor] which was granted to us in Christ Jesus before the world began [eternal ages ago],2 TIMOTHY 1:3‭, ‬9 AMP

    It is important to remember that NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE DONE, you can call on God. Only the devil will present things and ideas to steal, kill and destroy. Remember that God has a plan for your future. Do not give up on yourself. When you feel like you have hit rock bottom, call on the chief cornerstone and let Jesus Christ lead you. God will hear your prayers and cries. Don’t take my word for it. The Bible says:

“~‘For I know the plans and thoughts that I have for you,’ says the Lord , ‘plans for peace and well-being and not for disaster to give you a future and a hope. ~‘Then you will call on Me and you will come and pray to Me, and I will hear [your voice] and I will listen to you. ~‘Then [with a deep longing] you will seek Me and require Me [as a vital necessity] and [you will] find Me when you search for Me with all your heart. ~‘I will be found by you,’ says the Lord , ‘and I will restore your fortunes and I will [free you and] gather you–“JEREMIAH 29:11‭-‬14‭, ‬16 AMP

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