Sometimes people ask me why my faith in God. And what about other religions. I am blessed to answer that person. To you and others who have that question: After all I'd seen, done, heard, debated and thought, a constant stirring of the Holy Spirit inside of me (from which I could not run) led me to the things of God. To Believers, to reading the Holy Bible, to experience holy revelation of things I did not understand, to learn to rest and trust in God as to those things I do not understand, or like. To a place of absolute faith that Jesus is the son of God and the path to my salvation, and the salvation of those who believe in Him. I live by faith, not by sight. The spirit of God is in me and I am in God. I could see you tomorrow, and you are mist compared to the God and Jesus I know. I wake and go to sleep in Jesus' arms. There is no problem I face that he has not resolved. He answers all of my prayers. My prayers are effective for what I want when my faith is strongest. Sometimes His answer is not my desire, but I trust that what happens is good -- because I turned it over to Him. He has worked in miraculous fashion in my life. Things unexplainable, except that I asked in faith. The Lord has protected, hid and covered me. Advanced me. Corrected and disciplined me. And when he does either, I am full of joy. I am full of joy when I suffer in His name! That's why I will overcome, and win all the time. Why peace, the peace of God, will always rule in my life. Darkness and evil have to submit to God. I live in a kingdom of light in which I would not expect anyone who is not here with me to understand. But Jesus! The door is open...and never shuts until the end of your days. But this is a relationship...that has to be wanted and nurtured. It is rooted in faith. I don't even know all religions. But whoever those religions worship (if they are not God/Jesus/and the Holy Spirit), they are lesser gods and things than the One I serve. P.S. God also is wise, and helps me daily . He is my help in unstable times. Fights my battles. Gives me strength against evil. I say to you that my faith is what I know. God's faithfulness. #faith#testimony#instagood#god#jesus
My biggest @whole30 fear was that my precious morning coffee time would be ruined. I’m a vanilla flavored creamer kinda gal and I thought any substitute made from nuts or something else was just going to be a let down and ruin my morning me time.
BUT after a lot of practice and trial and error I’ve nailed down a coffee recipe that is rich, creamy and flavorful. It also keeps me full and energized throughout the morning!
Whole30 Cinnamon “Latte”
Brew your coffee as you normally would. We love the @traderjoes dark roast whole beans. The price is great too!
Pour your brewed coffee into a blender. We use a Ninja bullet, which is easy because you can blend your coffee and drink it all from the same cup.
Add a teaspoon of coconut cream. We love the canned coconut cream from @traderjoes. It prevents the extra step of separating coconut cream from milk when you’re having a lazy girl/guy day 🤷🏻♀️
Add half a teaspoon of coconut oil. I found that this added step really improves the consistency and flavor of the coffee at the end.
Add a dash of cinnamon (optional but adds a lot of flavor if you are used to flavored coffee like me).
Blend it upI can’t stress the importance of this step. Your coffee will come out with a thick, smooth, frothy, latte-like consistency. But ONLY if you blend it, stirring with a spoon doesn’t give the same effect whatsoever.
How do you like to drink your Whole30 coffee?? I love trying new variations!