To My Precious Readers.

Updated: Sep 12



I've written more this year than I've probably ever written before. With all that God has been showing me and doing in my heart, I just can't put the pen down.


But I haven't been able to find the words for you, my readers.


This has been one of the best years of my life. God has done intensive work on my heart and blessed me in more ways than I can imagine with more of Him.

I feel free, unburdened, and full of His love, peace, and joy. He's given me a new understanding of His Word and more daily glimpses into His heart.

My desire is no longer only to encourage you in your walk but for you to experience the fullness of what it means to be a child of God and to mature in understanding the Word.


I'm only now realizing why they tell you on the plane to put your oxygen mask on first before helping others. I didn't know how much I needed oxygen until my life began to crash.


But God met me in my mayhem and had mercy on me. I'm forever grateful that He's watering a new seed in my heart.

It's been (is) important to me to just sit at the Lord's feet and be in His presence.


In this season, I've learned the importance of fasting from distractions (internal and external) and just being a daughter spending time with her heavenly father.

I've stopped seeking the Lord for things or an expected outcome and began seeking Him to get to know Him more. And I'm grateful for the understanding and clarity He's giving me every day.


My natural tendency is to verbally vomit everything I'm learning on everyone who will listen. But God is teaching me self-control and that there's a season for everything.


I've decided to stop posting new blog posts temporarily. A few months ago, this would've been a hard decision for me to make. But I desire to be fully fed with understanding before I begin sharing again.


I wanted to write to you because you matter to me. Over the years, you've overwhelmed me with your love and support, and I cannot overstate how grateful I am for you.

Thanks so much for your patience with me and support in this season of learning. I look forward to continuing to share my journey with you soon.

Keep seeking the Lord, and know I am still here to listen to you, pray with you, and be your sister-in-Christ.

- Mags

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