Monday, April 3, 2017


One huge misconception is that some people think they have power over me because they might hold a higher position. Those people also become surprised by my optimistic nature because in all honesty, you don't have power over me. You for sure have a bigger pay level, but power? No. No man on earth can have power over me, because I will never give that to a person. I have power over me and so does Papa.

You see, Papa (God) always puts me where I'm supposed to be at the right times. He provides all things for me when I'm in need. He makes moves in ways that you can't imagine doing. How do you think I got to where I am? I never miss out on an opportunity that I'm supposed to have. My entire journey in this amazing thing called life is amazing. When I take my friends' advice and have a seat to sit back and look at all I've done; I still can't believe it.

 For someone like me, born with the deck of cards she was given, there's no way I would be able to be on Television as a weather forecaster for Fox prime-time news in Anchorage, Alaska at 18 years-old with no degree. Not only did I hold that position with no education in the matter or prior experience, I held that position for three years until I dived into radio. I hit a decade in the business this year, without a single internship. I have my degree now, and self-published a few novels. With that said, all things that are meant for me will be.

You see I put my trust and faith in Papa , not man. 

Recently, I've been stressing about a fucked up situation that I'm in and it started to take a toll on my health. One morning I woke up and said "Papa I'm tired, I need you." That's when I realized that my faith is being tested! When I stress or might have an inkling of worry, that shows me that Papa is setting me up for the next major thing. For my journey, when things get really hard, it's just leverage for Papa to catapult me into the next level. Kind of like a preparation type of deal, a pre-SAT before the actual SAT.

Currently, I'm in that awful pre-SAT stage, but from prior experience, the SAT's that he's preparing me for is much better. So my attitude changed, and I fell back into old habits of being thankful for the struggles. I began to be thankful for where I'm at and as a reminder that I'm living my dream. I was also reminded that what's behind the doors I keep knocking on, is worth the current struggle and my current situation.

You can't have a testimony without a test

He gave me a sense of peace in the middle of the night, and I've never slept better. I have a feeling I know what's to come; I'll share it when the time is right. As for now, just keep praying through your struggle and pain. Be thankful and praise him through EVERYTHING. Papa doesn't want to hear from you ONLY when it's good, he also wants to hear from you when it's bad, when you're upset, when you're confused and when you're frustrated. When he says give it all to him, he truly means it.

<3 Ebony

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