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  1. Sounds like you have some great ideas forming. May God bless you abundantly as you learn to #BEBOLDGIRL

    1. Thank you Catrina. I can look back over my life and see how individual experiences prepared me and I wasn’t even aware of it until now. Things come together.

  2. I have listened to Jentzen Franklin a number of years, and I recall him mentioning using praise phrases to combat that battlefield of the mind, at least being a Jesus freak is a good kind of crazy. Right now, writing my blog and encouraging others is letting me be bold, may God bless your efforts, young people do need training from good mentors.

    1. A good kind of crazy. I love that! Thank you for the praise phrases advice too. I have to make it and listening to worship music like Dappy T Keys piano worship music consistently my first call to action. One of my favorite DTKeys is called Yaweh. It’s so beautiful. Here’s the link (https://youtu.be/QVb1dlIHjME) if you’d like to listen to it.

      Rebecca, keep writing and keep encouraging others. #BeBoldGirl

  3. I love the idea of training others to se their gifts! We all need to do what we were created for. You can do this!

    1. Thank you Sarah for your encouragement. You are so right. We all need to discover, pursue and do what we are called to do. People walking in their purpose, doing good. Imagine that. Puts a smile on my face because it can and is happening.

  4. This was a short but extremely impactful post. What power of truth you have said here. We are all here to do God’s work- not ours- walking right alongside Him to share the truth of His goodness. And, you’re right. We all need to be more courageous about it. I LOVED this! Thank you for sharing it. Praying for your message to be multiplied.

    1. Thank you Gina. I’m happy you enjoyed reading the post. I like how you say, “We are all here to do God’s work–not ours.” I couldn’t have summed it up better.
      Alicia

  5. What an amazing story. I try to do God’s work in all the places I go. I work/volunteer in our church office. I have recently become a Personal Care Attendant. I find it very rewarding and I feel like I am doing God’s work by helping other people. Thank you for your story.

    1. Thank you Jamie. Let me encourage you in your new position. I’d like to create an affirmation statement for your new role as a Personal Care Attendant (if you’re ok with doing it here). Feel free to tweak the following statement anyway you like.

      So, if I were you, would I be correct in saying, “I am the one uniquely designed to care for the people assigned to my care.”? If so, list 3-5 ways you care for them and the overall benefit they receive from what you do for them.

  6. Greetings Alicia! I am a fellow Intentional Blog student and it’s so nice to meet you.

    I love the point you made that reads, “It’s about working along side God to create a conduit to bring heaven to earth.” Oh my goodness! I was just praying and asking God how to make my ministry of encourgement into a business. Well, this answered my question.

    I am the one…to help others on their journey to healing
    I am the one…who will help others repurpose their pain and turn their misery into ministry


  7. Beautiful, Alicia! You are strong, passionate and inspiring. Thank you for allowing Him to use the gifts He has placed in you to reach others. Be Bold Girl! (I think I’ll start using that little line with my soon to be 9-year-old!)

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      Glad you like the Be Bold Girl line. Definitely use it with you little girl and help her grow up strong.

    2. Thank you for your comment Jenny. I’m glad you found it inspiring.
      All the best.
      Alicia

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