Saturday, June 28, 2014


This is one of the most abused phrases communicated among believers and unbelievers. It might sound like a good comeback to say "only God can judge me", but are you really ready to face his judgement? Yes, we all fall short but we are to make a conscious effort to live a righteous life. For those who don't believe in God, I pray that you are able to really comprehend those words "only God can judge me" because it's really nothing to play with.

Especially, as Christians we should not use that phrase as an excuse to continue in behaviors that we know are not pleasing to God. I mean what's the point of saying you love God and believe in God if you don't listen to him. You are just better off living your life, your way and leaving God out of it. Yes, everyone has a different spiritual walk and spiritual growth is a gradual process. However, I pray that God is making a difference in your life that it causes you to make some changes.

As a Christian myself,  many times I am discouraged by the behaviors of those who claim to love the Lord. So, can you imagine someone that is looking for the love of Christ, what they must be going through.

Think about all those close to you and ask yourself this question.  Am I drawing them closer to Christ? Take it a step further and ask them if you are indeed drawing them closer to Christ. If you claim that you're part of the team, then represent and put in some work. Your purpose here on Earth is to spread God's love through the life that you live.


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Wednesday, June 11, 2014


I wouldn't be the woman that I am today if it wasn't for my father. I am truly blessed to have a wonderful father in my life. I don't know any other man that I can depend on like my father.

I'm very thankful for the spiritual influence that my father has had in my life. Looking back at the man who I thought was so strict, I wouldn't trade it for anything.

Through the years I have learned that no matter how old that you get, a father will always remain protective over his daughter.

We don't always agree on everything but we still love one another. I have learned that I only get one father and there is no reason to ruin a relationship over how I feel about something.

He is so full of wisdom and his life reflects that wisdom. He is honest and open  and lets me know if he is bothered by something. He has taught me that as a woman I must communicate my feelings and always stand up for myself.

My father is very supportive and gives great advice as I pursue my dreams. He has always rewarded me for my accomplishments which encouraged me to do even better.

My dad has been a great example to me of how I should be treated by my future husband. He has encouraged me to keep my standards high and to never settle.

There is so much that I can say about my dad, but I'll save that for the book that I will write about him someday. I will of course include him in a documentary somewhere down the line.

To my father, Leevone M. Brock,


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Friday, June 6, 2014

Tame Her

The strength of a woman
With a vision in sight

She has learned from past mistakes
Realizing there's no time to waste

She give truths
That fall on deafening ears

Defying the idea of
Going along to get along

She may travel alone
But this was the road that was chosen for her

 She can't let you be
 And fail in fulfilling her destiny

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