The Musings of Bek Curtis

Posts made in April, 2014

Got You Surrounded

Posted by on Apr 27, 2014 in Prophecy | 1 comment

Got You Surrounded

From the Perfectly Flawed Facebook page…

I was very excited to sleep last night. I had grand plans for a beautiful, peaceful and refreshing sleep. God, however, had other plans. I felt like He was wanting to share a word with me. I reluctantly set aside my agenda of sleep and asked Holy Spirit to speak to me. Reluctant obedience is still obedience….right?

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My Guest Post

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Musings | 0 comments

My Guest Post

Something very exciting happened recently! Well it was exciting for me, if it’s not exciting for you, you could always pretend….
My very first Guest Post! Doo doo do do! (That was a trumpet fanfare….just incase you were wondering).

Blogs by Christian Women Guest Post

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Skipping Church

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Musings | 2 comments

Skipping Church

I’m not usually one for the, ‘This is how my Family spent the day’ type blog posts, they’re just not my thing. That is until today when it momentarily became my thing. However, I can assure you it won’t become a regular thing, because quite frankly I think they’re kind of naff, much like this intro really. Sorry about that.

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The Low High

Posted by on Apr 18, 2014 in Musings | 0 comments

The Low High

I shared this on my personal Facebook page last Easter, and this Easter I’m feeling a little braver, you guys make vulnerability and openness easy, thank you, so I’m sharing it here with you also.

During my drug abuse days, Easter was such a time of deep conviction for me, followed by crippling self-condemnation, because I knew I was not yet willing to move out from under the addiction and into the costly freedom that Christ had paid for me.
Even my very brief, but incredibly destructive drug relapse, happened to fall during Easter.

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Bridezilla

Posted by on Apr 14, 2014 in Musings | 2 comments

Bridezilla

Recently, a friend of mine was talking about the church as a body, and how that body will become the Bride of Christ. My friend made the statement that; “it is Jesus who will determine what the bride is to look like, not us”. As my friend spoke these words, I saw a vision of a woman with breathtaking natural beauty dressed in a bridal gown. As she stood in her bridal attire she was approached by people intent on ‘improving’ her.

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