Awkward & Awesome Wednesday

Dress: Vintage via Old Street; Shoes: Van der Tlale for Legit
Bag: Foschini; Sunglasses: Woolworths; Earrings: Honey
 
 
I’ve been sitting here for ten minutes, trying to compile a list of all the awkward things happening lately. I got nothing. All of yesterday was awkward though. I had a headache that eventually had me sick and bent over the toilet. It reminded me of morning sickness, some twenty months ago. No, I’m not pregnant. That would be awkward. Well, maybe not. I did say I want two kids, about two years apart. But let me tell you, now that we have Isaiah, a two-year gap seems ridiculously close. Besides, to be pregnant again would feel like dejavu. Was I not pregnant just the other day? Anyway, this is getting awkward.
 
 
 
  

 
Thanks to Lerato for these pictures.
 
Thank you for coming by!
xxx
 
 

4 comments

  1. CAN YOU IDENTIFY WITH THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH?

    The New Testament church began on the Day of Pentecost. Does the church congregation where you worship resemble the Lord's church. (Acts 2:47…And the Lord added to the church daily those who were being saved) (NKJV).

    Acts 2:22-41……41 Then those who gladly received his word were baptized; and that day about three thousand souls were added to them. (NKJV)
    Acts 2:22-41……41 And those who believed Peter were baptized— about 3,000 in all! (The Living Bible —Paraphrased)

    The 3000 all believed Peter when he preached Jesus as a miracle worker, and as Lord and Christ. They believed Peter when he said that God raised Jesus from the grave. They believed Peter when he told them to repent (repent means to make the intellectual commitment to turn from sin and to turn toward God) and be baptized so their sins could be forgiven. They believed Peter when he told them they would received the gift of the Holy Spirit. (That would be the indwelling of the Holy Spirit Himself.)

    Is that what occurs at the church where you attend?

    Acts 2:42 And they continued steadfastly in the apostles doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers. (NKJV)
    Acts 2:42 They joined with the other believers in regular attendance at the apostles' teaching sessions and at the Communion service and prayer meetings. (The Living Bible—Paraphrased)

    Is that what occurs at the church where you attend?

    1. Is the apostles doctrine taught or is made-made church tradition taught at your church?
    2. Is the apostles doctrine taught or is a semi-religious entertainment session presented, with skits, jokes, and or a secular a perspective of God's teaching? Is the gospel presented as an alternative, or the only way of salvation? Is sin preached as sin and then apologized for, or is sin simply not mentioned?
    3. Is communion offered every Lord's Day, or is it offered weekly, monthly, yearly?(Acts 20:7…on the first day of the week…)
    4. Is regular attendance encouraged, or is Easter, Christmas, and a few Sundays a year deemed to be sufficient? (Hebrews 10:25 not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.) (NKJV)
    5. Is prayer an import part of the church you attend?

    DOES YOUR CHURCH LOOK LIKE THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH?
    YOU ARE INVITED TO FOLLOW# MY BLOG. http://steve-finnell.blogspot.com

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  2. I love this look.Wow it feels like i know you personally.Thanks for letting us join your #fashion#life journey.I love seeing woman of faith show that christianity is not a religious restrictive thing ,but that God gave us art,fashion,expression of self etc. to enjoy too.
    Keep it up.xShan

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