Q. Anonymous asked: “Frank the kitty looked out over the majestic rocky coast bathed in the grandeur of the setting sun……and he thought of nothing, because he is a cat.”
A. I like to think that Frank was probably thinking something, but he just didn’t let on, because he was cheeky and sneaky.
Q. ajoyfulplace asked: “Love love love love your blog!!!”
A. Wonderful news, thank you for the encouragement.
Q. Anonymous asked: “You’re beautiful. Will you marry me?”
A. That’s a flattering request, but I’m currently married to Jesus, until He gives me away.
Q. theactsproject asked: “Hey! how are you? you blog is so awesome, I love it so much! Praise God for sisters like you”
A. Hi there, thank you so much for your encouragement. I am thankful for people like YOU who are willing to take their time to encourage and love upon others. Praying for you and your witness. Stay strong, and remain in Him. Bless :)
Q. s-oon asked: “Your blog is just gorgeous and so inspiring, God bless you. :)”
A. Thank you kindly, to God be the glory, always. :)
Q. mevimi asked: ““Bold like Esther, hospitable like Lydia, submissive like Mary, unafraid to have prayerful tears like Hannah, and consistently thriving to align my life with the very words found in Proverbs 31. Scripture is my daily bread, and I grow off of God’s consistent grace and compassion for my life. Conform to the world; I never will.” -Did you write this yourself? It’s absolutely fantastic!”
A. It is inspired via a spoken word that I once heard a long time ago, but yes, it is written and constructed by me. Thank you kindly. :)
Q. Anonymous asked: “what does the verse in proverbs 27:14 mean?”
A. It seems to me that the blesser rises early in the morning and blesses loudly so that all may hear his blessing. It is not a blessing said in honesty or sincerity, with glory and honour being given to God, but one of being two-faced, the blesser is doing it so people see how good he is or that he is first to do it (rising early) - it is a selfish motive, therefore, it is not of God. Now… I cannot assure you this is 100% correct, but this is what I have come to find from keeping the scripture in context. I encourage you to study the word, and the context and seek someone in your church for a secondary answer. (someone in leadership and authority whom knows the word, and can sit down in discussion with you…)
Q. Anonymous asked: “Where should I start reading the bible?”
A. If you are a new Christian, and new in your faith, I would recommend Matthew - understanding the gospels is an integral part of your faith. If you are not a new Christian, but have fallen away and are trying to return to the word, I would recommend Psalms and then returning to the beginning of the word. For any other situation, start from Genesis, and work your way through - in faith and perseverance. Ask God to teach you as you examine His word.
Q. findingloveinhisarms asked: “I cannot tell you how much your last post was meant for me. I recently made a huge mistake and have been labeled by it. No longer and I bound by what the world has to say, but rather I’m labeled by what Jesus did for me. Thank you for being his servant and following his promptings. You spoke directly to my spirit.”
A. Wow, praise God, what a blessing to be a part of this moment and journey with you. Isn’t it beautiful the way God works through different manners and mediums in order to remind us of His intentional teaching through moments of our lives. I pray you remember this realisation, always.
Q. Anonymous asked: “This blog is so inspiring, God Bless :)”
A. Thank you, glory to God; it is His doing, His teaching and His patience and love for me that has made this blog what it is.
Q. christmyking asked: “Hey miss. I have a question: How do I treat girls with respect. I already know a few ways to treat them with respect such as opening the door for them or pulling out the chair where they are sitting for them. I wanted to know if you give more ways I can do it along those lines.”
A. Hello there, wonderful question, and encouraging to hear a young man asking such a thing. A woman (girls) like to be respected in a sense of their emotions, feelings, their opinions and their views. Often in order to respect a woman, her needs are predominantly emotional. To be heard, to be acknowledged and to be appreciated. Not necessarily to be ‘tended to’ but to be supported in what she does also. Women appreciate men who will treat them as a sister in Christ, rather than a friend of the world. Keeping appropriate boundaries is important, and being a strong, positive male influence, that offers support through prayer. Hopefully this helps.
Q. mayyourloveanchorme asked: “I love reading the inscriptions under the photos on your blog. They are like the biblical Psalms. I read them and it’s almost as if the Holy Spirit wells up within me and I can say - this is true: God feels this way about me. It really does give me hope. You have such a gift for writing, and for encouraging. Thank you and may God bless you.”
A. Thank you so very much, I write each of the posts beneath the photos, which are often based on things God is teaching me in, through or about. This is why I don’t post all the time, consistently. I only post the things I feel led to share. I greatly appreciate the encouragement of your words, and I am humbled to know The Holy Spirit is ministering to you through His leading on my blog.
Q. nataaasdfg asked: “Hi Jacinta, i found your tumblr just looking for something on many tumblrs on internet… and I discovered that we’re sisters in Christ :) Im from Valdivia, a cold and small city of Chile, I go to a church since i was born. well, I was far from the church about two years, but by His Mercy and love i came back to Him on 2010. Im really nice yo meet people who loves God like me, also in other countries. I look your tumblr and I saw your testimony… thnks for share it, Regards from Chile Bless!”
A. Wonderful to meet you (sort of) Praying for you today, hoping you are feeling encouraged and blessed in our Lord.
Q. Anonymous asked: “What do you think about listening to worldly music by non believing artists and watching tv? We are supposed to give it all up for Him and be separate from the world and its values. Does that mean that I shouldn’t watch or listen to it? Just so you know, I only watch things that are not plagued with bad language and sex, usually stuff that you could watch with a child. I stopped listening to worldly music completely but honestly miss it. Please help.”
A. Hello there, please firstly - don’t over work or over stress yourself. You do not have to give up things like television and ‘worldly’ music, but you are required to be wise in your choices when it comes to the things you watch and the things that you listen to. If it is not wholesome, and the song or television show is promoting things that God clearly does not accept or support - then I would recommend avoiding watching it. I often compare things with Philippians 4:8; if it does not match up with the readings of this scripture, I tend to avoid it. Question the things you watch and listen to, but you do not have to wipe everything from your life -because if we wipe ‘unwholesome music’ we may as well wipe anyone who does not know Christ, or lives in sin, including ourselves. Rely on God and ask Him for wisdom and discernment towards your choices. :)
Q. lovetranscending asked: “You are lovely. keep charging up the mountain!”
A. I think YOU are lovely, thank you for your encouragement.
Q. mylifeaschazley asked: “Hello Jacinta :) I believe God has lead me to your blog for a reason. Your posts have inspired and encouraged me far more than I can explain. It has helped me in my walk with God, and has helped me realize what it truly means to be loved by Him. Thank you so much for your God-inspired words of hope, love, and faithfulness.”
A. Hi there, thank you for your note, I am very thankful for your walk and your relationship with Him, that my blog has played a small part within your journey towards growing into a deeper understanding of the care and love that our King has for you. Thinking of you dear. God bless!
Q. therealravenicole asked: “I love you tumblr. I find myself on Tumblr a lot but I find alot of demonic things. I just want to let you know I am writing to you in the middle of a break up and all of your post made me feel the love of God so strongly. I thank you for having so much wisdom and being able to share it with me without even knowing me. I am truly uplifted.”
A. Wow, I simply love the way God intentionally directs us to His goodness, throughout the midst of disappointment and heartache. I pray you have healed well, and that you are continuing on in your journey with Him, feeling whole and secure again.
Q. beaaespino asked: “Hi Just Want to say I was really touched by your blog. I la-la-love it.God bless.:)”
A. Thank you for your encouragement. I feel blessed to know that you enjoy my blog which is glorifying God.
Q. geneeeella asked: “I’d like to thank you. I was in a moment of despair but then I stumbled upon one of your posts and helped me re-affirm my faith in God. I was losing hope then, but your posts helped me restore myself. God bless you! PS Im sorry for flooding you with my likes. :)”
A. Oh this is a wonderful example of Gods care, love and concern for you. I hope truly that you thanked God also for my blog, and for the ‘convenience’ of your stumbling upon it, nothing is an accident with Him ;)
Q. Anonymous asked: “Wow. You’re amazing! You’re zeal for God is evident and even if you’d don’t always see it you’re causing major change. On top of all that awesomeness you have beauty beyond compare and quite a brain.Have a great day!”
A. What wonderful encouragement. Thank you kindly. All the glory goes to God for His master crafting.
Q. blowingraspberriess asked: “Thank you for sharing the depths of your soul. Your writing is raw and honest! I love coming across another believer who doesn’t hide behind a facade but, who’s real. And because you’re genuine, your witness for Christ is powerful and effective.”
A. Oh no need to thank me what so ever, but I am glad that my blog can be a vessel of encouragement through Christ for you.
Q. pupptmastr asked: “Jacinta, thank you so much for the things you post. They are such an encouragement to me and a blessing. :) Truly, thank you and God bless.”
A. Thank you for your appreciation and encouragement, God has been far too generous and loving towards me, for me to keep quiet about His goodness and greatness.
Q. Anonymous asked: “Dear lovely girl please keep writing, your posts are inspirational and you have a true talent. Everything you write is beautiful. So please don’t stop :) -God bless you.”
A. Thank you kindly, God has certainly blessed me abundantly with a new life, a new heart, and a renewed mind; my thankfulness overflows, therefore my blog overflows with this also.
Q. cosniaj asked: ”16? God bless. :)”
A: ‘16: What sin is currently the hardest for you to remove for your life?” - for me personally, it would be doubting God at times; when situations in my life seem somewhat impossible, I struggle with remaining strong in my trust towards Him. I feel this will always be a work in progress; thankful that He is gracious and patient with me.
Q. hey-itsmaggs asked: ”hey where’d you get your theme from? i love it!”
A. I made it, it’s made up from different codes from other layouts I liked.
Q. Anonymous asked: “What Christian tumblr blogs are your favorites? Which would you suggest?”
A. I actually don’t follow many blogs at all, tumblr is more of a place for me to write and encourage, rather than to read and follow. I am probably not the best person to ask in regards to this question, sorry.
Q. Anonymous asked: ”Hi i was just wondering what your theme is, beautiful blog btw! your so inspiring!”
A. Thank you, my theme is personally made up from different blogs and their coding.
Q. c-dawwg asked: ”This blog is absolutely beautiful. The way that these prayers and poems are written brings tears to my eyes. God bless you for posting such simple and elegant reminders of Christ’s undying love. Thank you (:”
A. You’re more than welcome, and thank you so dearly for your encouragement.
Q. voir-la-lumieres asked: ”What theme are you using?”
A. It’s a theme I made from many different available themes and their coding.
Q: Anonymous asked: “The desire for sex is a fundamental human drive, and to deny it to someone on religious grounds is morally repugnant.”
A: You’re right; the desire for self-satisfaction and self-grattification is indeed; the human drive. But we don’t follow the human drive, or for that matter - the trend of Humanity; we follow the maker, designer and intricate knitter of creation itself - our wonderful keeper; God. Therefore, standing in purity, patience and in preparation and waiting for the one He has set aside for us in the knowledge of meeting - where purity will be offered as a gift to one another, in marriage. I am excited and pleased to know that through the strength and grace of God Himself; I have waited and will continue to wait for the man He has set aside for me. I am blessed to know my greatest blessing to my husband will be my heart, and my wholeness.
Q: Anonymous asked: “hi, i love your blog, and your faith and writingins are inspirational. I have been struggling with depression for two years now, im a christian and i just dont know what to do. i dont have any friends to talk to, i have been avoiding church lately and i really just want to be on fire for God and to live life, but i feel trapped. i feel pathetic asking a strnager for help but you seem so wise and Godly, i thought id ask. Would appreicate if you could reply privately if thats possible. God Bless.”
A: Thank you kindly for your beautiful encouragement. It’s very appreciated, the writing I post on my blog is very personal and dear to my heart and within my relationship with Christ. Sometimes written for myself, other times written purely for others and their situations. I’m only wise in Christ because I have spent many years clearing out the dross and allowing Him to do great transformations in my life, and He has been gracious towards me in doing so. I have to be honest with you, and straight forward - walking away from church, is potentially one of the worst choices to make when you are struggling with being on fire for God. His presence and joy are a flame that are ignited in the hearts of His children when they come to know Him - the flame needs to be fanned, and tended to, you need to put extra wood on it to keep it burning (church/His word/fellowship/prayer/praise/worship/repentance). We need to be aware of the fact that it is when we are feeling weak that we need to allow Him to take over completely and to be the strength which we are lacking - it is only when we are at our end that He is able to begin. He is so good and faithful in that when we are desperate and call out to Him - He responds, sometimes not immediately or with big puffs of smoke and trumpets sounding - but sometimes in ways like placing someone in your life to talk to, or finding out down the track that several people were praying for you through your dry spell. Something that inspires me is reading Acts, and also praying that God will break the spirit of entrapment over your life that satan is trying to tangle you in. God has won the battle against Him and you as His child have power and authority over any attack that comes against you. Pray in that authority, believe it, and walk in it. And return your mind and heart back to your first commitment, when He first entered your heart. Capture the joy and freedom you felt; and run with it… He is waiting for you.
Q: Anonymous asked: “You are the closest example of a Proverbs 31 woman I have come across, it is nice to know you still exist. your future husband will be so very, deeply and completely blessed by not only your beautiful relationship and heart for Christ, but your beauty as a woman physically also. I pray daily that Christ is preparing a woman just like you for my life also. God bless you Jacinta, really.”
A: I’m really flattered and thankful for your kind encouragement. I never understand why when people say such lovely and kind words; that they feel they need to be anonymous. Regardless, thank you. This has been a beautiful encouragement to me and my spirit.
Q: reynacaronious asked: “im getting married in august, but god told my fiance to break up with me cuz he was putting me before god and we were getting too caught up in each other. god says were still getting married on the date we planned but have to take a break from each other to make god #1 again. its hard cuz were crazy about each other and its hard not being together. so can you pray we wont be sad and will instead be joyful and use this time to grow in the lord? also, is there any scripture that’d be good to read?”
A: WOW. This is amazing, beautiful and so humbling at the same time; be sure to continue to seek God in this, and to understand that God has given you the grace and perfect timing to take and draw your focus back to Him to prepare you for this season of marriage and of joined lives together. It’s a wonderful thing to know and trust and have faith that your fiancé is doing nothing greater than saturating himself in Christ and re-alligning his focus. And for you - the same. In the world; separation and taking time a part is a stressful and concerning time, where we doubt if our partner will remain faithful, will he want to return to us, what does the break mean—— but a God ordained break, now that is one that we can rest in, seek Him in and have peace within. How blessed you are that God has His hand completely holding your situation together- though physically you may be apart. Your hearts are joined and God has planned for you to, in future, seek Him together. Isaiah 40:28-31 “Have you not known? Have you not heard? The Lord is the everlasting God, the creator of the ends of the earth. He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. He gives power to the faint, and strengthens the powerless. Even youths will faint and be weary, and the young will fall exhausted; but those who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings of eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” ——- take refuge and trust in Him, through this time. John 14:27 “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid.” ——— His peace is everlasting, and available at all times. He gives you greater, kinder, sweeter and beautiful peace and love. Psalm 139: 7-12 “Where can I go from your spirit? Or where can I flee from your presence? If I ascent to heaven, you are there; if I make my bed in Sheol, you are there. If I take the wings of the morning and settle at the farthest limits of the sea, even there your hand shall lead me, and your right hand shall hold me fast. If I say, ‘Surely the darkness shall cover me, and the light around me become night,’ even the darkness is not dark to you; the night is as bright as the day, for darkness is as light to you.” ——— He is still there, as close as ever, regardless of where you are at- He is still there, waiting, ready and desiring you always. But the scripture I felt and believed was for you directly is this: Colossians 1:11-14 “May you be made strong with all the strength that comes from his glorious power, and may you be prepared to endure everything with patience, while joyfully giving thanks to the Father, who has enabled you to share in the inheritance of the saints in the light. He has rescued us from the power of darkness and transferred us into the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.
Q: Anonymous asked: “I’m worried..i feel nothing when it comes to God. It’s like I want to be in love with Him, but no matter how hard i pray or try, i just feel empty. I know a relationship with Him isn’t based on feeling, but I mean, you’re supposed to feel something, right? All i feel is sad, alone, and scared. idk how to have faith. im worried that me trying and wanting to isnt enough. its been like this for years…what if i never get out of this? :(“
A: 1 Peter 5:7, John 14:1-3, John 14:27, Philippians 4:6-7 / 11-13, Psalms 32:7-9, Psalms 40:1-3, Psalms 34:17-19, Isaiah 41:10, Hebrews 10:35-38, Proverbs 3:5-6, Romans 8:24-25. Read, read, read, read, read, read, read. I know that when we’re experiencing a dry spell in God that it’s difficult to come out of it alone; so my biggest suggestion is read those scriptures, get to church, and experience fellowship. Surround yourself with people who are on fire and eating up all that is on offer from God. Get around people who are going to encourage and inspire your walk with Him, and inspire you to push through this season; because it’s only temporary, and as God see’s you pushing through; He will surely reward you. Hold tight to His word; His promise is He never leaves you, nor forsakes you.
Q: Anonymous asked: “What are some things two Christian teenagers can do to centre Christ more in their relationship together? :)”
A: Seek Him first, above all else. Remember that your relationship is nothing greater than a blessing and a gift from God- that your preparation for the moment you are in, has all been lead up to for this day. Find areas where you are able to encourage one another in your walks with Christ- encourage male/male friendships that are wholesome and uplifting (other brothers in the church) and in the same way, female/female friendships that are wholesome and uplifting. Give God glory and thanks at all times for the position that you are both in, and perhaps even look at ways you can serve in a ministry or area together. Start considering volunteering your time and efforts towards an area of life where God would have you serve those who are in need. It is humbling and wonderful to be able to give of much, to those who have little. Pray together; always; often; regularly; as much as possible. Be sure to be accountable in your actions together, with someone else, and don’t allow yourself to step into areas or places where the potential of temptation may arise. Strengthen yourselves individually so that Christ may use you together; to be a force for Him that cannot be broken!
Q: Anonymous asked: “How does God feel about dating?”
A: The church is His bride, so He’s not much of a dater anymore… ;) But in a serious response to your question, when it comes to dating, His will for us is that we would be wholly and solely sold out to Him, 100% focused and set firmly upon Him. That our interest be in Him initially, and then when the right person comes running along side us, and can keep up with our race after God- and we feel a mutual attraction, we are equally yoked and desiring the same if not more from God together- then if we are in a right place and standing with God at the time and our relationship is firm, we should indeed; do what is considered as ‘courting’. Where you get to know one another intentionally with the thought of “could I see myself marrying this person and serving God along side them for the rest of my life” —— If the answer is no, then… No relationship should be formed. Gods intent for dating is marriage. —- If you are not ready to view a man/woman in the light of marriage, then you are not ready to date. God requires us to put wisdom, discernment, prayer and sensibility in line with dating.
Q: Anonymous asked: “Jacinta, thank you. You have such amazing answers! I was wondering what you do when you feel like you’re spiritually dry?”
A: Honestly? I drink from Christs word; I find that when I run to the bible, and soak in His scriptures, and meditate on His word, I find encouragement, inspiration and that my thirst for Him is partially quenched. I then take time with Him; I clear my schedules, I clear out all distractions, and I simply sit and wait on Him in prayer and thanks for the goodness and quenching that He is going to provide within me. He never fails to amaze me, and fill me to overflowing. He is faithful and good through all things, and He calls us to come and drink from Him; as a deer pants for water, so my soul thirsts for Him. I get along side women of God who are fiery and passionate for Him and involve myself in their hunger, I allow them to rub off on me and it inspires me and encourages me to desperately return to being spiritually filled and replenished in Him.
Q: justacalendar-day asked: “Jacinta, your answers on relationships and dating have been SO inspiring to me these last couple of days! I really needed to hear some of the stuff you’ve been saying. Thank you so much for doing such incredible work on this blog. :)”
A: Thank you, God has been really working in me over the last few years in the area of dating and relationships; and He has most certainly instilled within me a strong foundation of what it means to ‘date’ as a Christian woman. Thank you for your encouragement, I truly appreciate it.
Q: voir-la-lumieres asked: ”Jacinta, your words and thoughts clearly reflect God. :) You truly, truly inspire me, and i mean that. All of your responses are sensitive, well thought out, and are an image of a true a follower of God. Thank you so much, you give me a lot to think about. Christ is working through you in amazing ways! God bless.”
A: You are far too beautiful. Wow. I appreciate your immensely kind and encouraging words. I am blessed to be in a place with God where He is able to use me as a vessel for the works He desires to do. I am humbled and honoured that you have been impacted and inspired in the way that you have. He encourages me daily. God bless you!
Q: Anonymous asked: “please tell me what this is from: “Come the way you are, broken and ashamed. Come put out your hands, and let Me break the chains. The beauty of the cross, is that only sin was lost - I rescued you, I rescued you.” im having a really difficult time right now in every area of my life and i feel far away from God. but im searching and i found this and its speaking to me. please. is it a song lyric?”
A: You came to my rescue - Hillsong. This is the only song I could link these words to, I do know that I have written something almost identical to what you have sent to me, on a Christian advice blog I co-run, but God is most certainly providing you something to feed your spirit with in this- You should pray on it, and perhaps God is most simply saying to you; those very words, right before your eyes.. That He desires for you to come, and reminding you that He has rescued you; you’re not alone, you’re not caught in the ways you once were- you have been rescued and redeemed. He works in wonderful ways. :)
Q: Dandelionslostinthesummersky asked: “I’ve been sending your iwilltrustinyou tumblr questions and they never ever get answered. i REALLY need some help. ive been having so much doubt and i feel so numb like i feel like i lost myself. ive pretty much fallen away from god and i feel like crap. i want to follow him buts its so confusing and hard. i have no idea if I’m praying with a sincere heart. and i doubt sometimes and it makes me feel so bad i cry. i just dont know what to do because i am going insane because of this….”
A: The good news is, you are not alone, and how you are feeling and struggling; is completely normal when it comes to following Christ. We are imperfect, and merely human. We experience doubt, lack of faith and lack of understanding because we aren’t perfect; but the beauty is, we serve a perfect God. And his response to us in the times where we feel short changed, and like He is distant and un-loving towards us, or like He is disappointed in us, is not “You suck” but more “Satan sucks for robbing you of your joy”. I would recommend you hold onto the relationship you have left with Christ, and the faith you have left, and pray and cry out to Him in desperation and absolute longing to see transformation and an increase of your ability to believe and to have faith. We are nothing without Him, we are supposed to be reminded of that daily; but you have to make a conscious choice not only to love yourself in Him, but to also love Him within yourself. He is dwelling within you, but you need to allow yourself to drop that doubt and fear… God isn’t angry with you, He loves you just the same; and He is the same yesterday, today and forever. His arms are open to you with grace, peace, mercy and love… “Come running” is what He would say to you. Bless.
Q: lovethatholdsmecaptive asked: “You wrote all these yourself? I love them love them love them! I am a creative writer too. So good. Thanks for the message.”
A: Yes, God has given me a beautiful gift within my heart and my ability to write, and I know full well it has been blessed to me in order to bless others. :) Thank you for your lovely encouragement!
Q: everlasting-loove asked: “Hey! i’m wondering if you could pray for me? I’ve afraid to give my all to God for awhile now, but now it is truly time for me to serve him whole-heartedly. I love you blog btw, it inspires me so much!! :) You describe Gods Love in such a beautiful way <3 thanks again so much! :)”
A: Absolutely, It’s normal for you to feel fearful in your flesh towards the possibility of having to give everything over to God- we are programmed to want to have all self-control and self-direction, but through allowing Him to provide you with peace, love and a sound mind… He will completely begin a transformation of new calling and ministry within His house. Thank you for your beautiful encouraging words. Bless.
Q: Anonymous asked: “Where is the post with the picture of the grass on it? I love and enjoy reading you blog!”
A: I just looked for it myself, I’m not entirely sure to be honest, perhaps I’ve deleted it by accident. Thank you for your encouragement, praying God continues to grow you!
Q: deadn0tsleeping asked: “I just found your Tumblr and I love it. It is so encouraging and I want to “like” every single one of your posts. Thank you for sharing this.”
A: You’re more than welcome to like anything you so desire to on my blog dear. I’m really excited that you’ve found encouragement here.
Q: tryto-behonest asked: “i just found your blog. i only read two posts and ‘about me’ so far. but it already made me cry and i wanted to let you know that i love what you do and i will be honored to follow your blog from now. you are such a light of His love in this world. thank you for reminding us the Truth in such honest, pure and beautiful way.”
A: Thank you for this beautiful encouragement dear, I’m glad my blog and the way Christ is using me as a vessel and a place where He can dwell and minister through, has beautifully touched your spirit and your heart. Bless.