My 2016 Resolution was

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One of my 2016’s bests was attending the first Hillsong London Service of the year. It was awesome; I confess I was not at all excited to go, but I wanted to experience the high level of organization they have, to pass it on my service at Church in Mexico. God was preparing a surprise for us (my husband, cousins and me), the founder of the entire Hillsong Church was preaching as a guest that day. His sermon was really encouraging,  He gave us this seven-point-list for our 2016 Resolution: 

  1. Dreams will come true (Psalms 21:1-2)
  2. A year of miraculous answered prayer (James 5:16)
  3. Blessings will come by His goodness  (Deuteronomy 29:1)
  4. Dominion and authority – head not tail (Psalms 21:3)
  5. Psalms 21:4 blessings should last longer than a season. May it be a LONG SEASON
  6. An overflow of His presence (Psalms 21:6)
  7. SUPER PROTECTION Of His Love (Psalms 21:11)

I can’t explain the blessing this resolution was for this year. I think I just missed two of this points though. I kept it in my phone’s notes so I could read it periodically thought the year, and refocus on my goals . God is awesome, He is powerful, He forgives my stubborn heart, He has NO LIMITS, He is in control, “He knows the depths of my heart and still loves me the same.”

The entire service was stunning, the worship team couldn’t be more powerful, the welcome team was so very professional my life was blessed since the first moment, the speakers spoke gracefully, and the message warmed my heart for the entire year. 

Hope you can use it for your life and be as blessed as I was, I will again use it this year.

Conquering 

“Find me here at Your feet again, Everything I am, reaching out, I surrender” 

Touch the Sky, Hillsong 


This girls truly know how to fight— they surrender. Teaching everyone a great lesson of never giving up, they kneel before God to thank Him, and ask Him for not less than miracles. I found this the bravest of all strategies of war : to recognise how powerless we are. There’s always a winning end to their stories —not common anecdotes at all— because God’s will is done. Though it’s invisible, they have the toughest of all armors and the sharpest of all swords, their faith and their Bibles. You’ll never see them hopeless, they’ll be facing any situation with a smile. Their always prepared with the best of the attitudes. 

Here they are, in my room, keeping a promise, making their part, warming my heart.