When the answers come. How do you know?

You may not understand this post and that’s ok. I’m sharing this video on my page because it resonates with me from a spiritual place, not even I can explain. When I clicked on this video, the first thing I saw was his name. My eyeballs popped out my head, when I read his “LAST NAME”. I saw “BUTLER”.

Of all the names to give a website, the words “Her Butler” came to me for my website in February 2018. It stuck and I couldn’t explain why.

Since starting the website, I started to feel a transition is coming upon me. My hair was one of them, now my diet and relationship with meat and vegetables. I continue to fellowship with the Father for understanding of it.

I came across this video yesterday, and seeing his name had the word BUTLER, and the topic was an instant gravitation.

Am I becoming a Rastafarian? No! I am a descendant of the tribe of Judah, the children of Israel.  That is a FACT!  I do agree with the transition and sharing of living naturally with nature and the earth which was created for us.  Don’t be dismayed, the Rastafarian DOES give salute to the KING Messiah of this earth and the Father, don’t mistake that.

God knows, I’m tired!  I’m tired of the system, and captivity of my people.  I believe I’m coming to a place where the line is formed in the sand, where I’m forced to live in this matrix, and where I’m to protect my temple and my faith.  I’m not manipulating myself to conform anymore it’s “abnormal” to the normalcy I’m destined to live.  I understand my walk, may make others uncomfortable, but didn’t Christ say he’s coming to divide??

Mt 10:34 “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.

Mt 10:35 For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-inlaw against her motherinlaw

Understanding this affirmation, I don’t worry for about the response I get from people.  The ones that do understand is all that matters.

Have a blessed day, folks!

 

 

 

5 Things I do on Fridays

 

Of all the days of the week, I make the effort on Fridays to prepare for my weekend days.

With children, you really don’t have a choice in the matter, especially if productivity is a part of your lifestyle.

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1: Paying all bills due in the present week.  Gives a sense of clarity in the financial aspect of my life.

2. Updating the children’s calendar with upcoming events/activities for the following week, gives both husband a Gage of the week ahead for the children and how it impacts our personal schedule

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3. Over a cup of tea or coffee, depending on our preference, husband and I sit and discuss the weekend schedule. It may be our only time to spend a little quiet time with him, but I make sure to never fall short on this todo especially.  Plus it’s the start of the Shabbat and we mentally prepare the family for that too.

4. Empty all laundry hampers. I don’t want anything to do with laundry on my weekends.

5.  Always keep a bottle of wine in the house. I enjoy with my dinner on the Sabbath and maybe a glass before bedtime.

I believe having a little order in certain parts of your life, your walk can take a completely different perspective to those that just exist.

Do you have things you only do on certain days?