Day 75 of Seek Him, Volume 1

Hi family!

I’m not sure where you are in your Seek Him, Volume 1 journey, but I wanted to share with you my Day 75 reflection. I took pics of my book, lined up, bookmarked, and all! In case you’re wondering, I’m using one of my earlier edited book versions so the typesetting looks different than yours. Oh and mine has typos and little things that irked me before I changed them in your version LOL.

SEEK HIM, Volume 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone

Anywho…I hope the Day 75 message resonates with you. When I read it I found that it was perfect timing for what I was going through.

SEEK HIM, Volume 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone

If you just did a double-take after reading that last sentence, let me help you out.

As I’ve shared previously, when I write I’m just flowing, letting God do what He does best, and I just click clack away on my keyboard. That’s my process with my blogging and that’s what I’m doing with the books I write. I don’t really read what I’m typing. I kinda freestyle and see where it goes. I’m always amazed later on when I read what I typed, because honestly, it isn’t fully me. There’s some bold concepts, phrases, angles, and approaches that I would rarely or never use because I’m usually a little conservative when it comes to taking risk.

Heck when I read my Breaking Bread blog posts I would clutch pearls if I wore them. Taking big and bold steps isn’t my go-to strategy as fear would normally trigger me to go a different direction. That’s why when I read my book and workbook, SEEK HIM: Workbook 1, I find myself challenged and rolling my eyes with shock. See, I don’t write my blog posts and books just for you, I write them for me. My blog is my weekly journey. It’s me struggling and wrestling with God like Jacob. I just decided to bring everyone along with me to witness the showdown and my ultimate surrender. That’s what this SEEK HIM book series is all about. I’m testing myself and asking folks if they too want to take part in the experience. I’m not professing jack, I’m walking through each moment and trying to do it with complete faith.

SEEK HIM, Volume 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone

I won’t lie, I’m terrified as to what is waiting for me in SEEK HIM, Volume 2: Going Beyond Your Spiritual Comfort Zone. And then what’s to follow in Volume 3. Because honestly, Volume 1 truly did test me. I wasn’t ready for some of the days. There were days I wanted a softly lobbed ball but I was instead thrown a fastball or curveball. Heck some days I felt a medicine ball was slammed into me. I’ve cried many days while going from the book to workbook. There have been days where I had to tell myself, “Put the book down, wipe your face, and come back later today to finish” and I did exactly that.

Of course, that may not be the case for you.

You may zoom through days that I struggled with. You may be more spiritually fit, secure, and healthier than me. You may trust God more and walk more securely with Him than I do. For you, you may say, “Bring it on sista!”

Or…

You may throw the book at the wall, like I wanted to do a few times (and did at least once) and scream, “I can’t do this you crazy woman!”

Either way, it’s all good.

God meets us where we are and lovingly guides us to where we need to be, and some parts of the path are more rigorous than others. Our endurance gets better over time and with consistent effort. I’m confident that by the time I complete SEEK HIM, Volume 3, I won’t be returning to this comfort zone. That’s too much work to backslide. I can’t get to the six-pack abs to return to the keg belly. No way no how. I’m in it to win it. I’m in it to finally be free from these shackles I placed upon myself.

How about you?

If you haven’t purchased my books, you can get them from local or online retailers. You can also find details at my publisher’s site: DOMELifePublishing.com

I welcome you, wherever you are in your journey. Let’s break bread together as we seek Him!

Love always,

Natasha

Copyright 2021. Natasha L. Foreman. All Rights Reserved.

Breaking Bread For 4.9.21

Scripture

They did not require an accounting from those to whom they gave the money to pay the workers, because they acted with complete honesty.

2 Kings 12:15

Reflection

Character.

This verse is about character. Someone was truthful, honest, and for that reason no one had to say, “Hey I need an accounting of these wages to ensure that everything is on the up and up“. It wasn’t required because the people had already proven time and time before that they were honorable, trustworthy, and never wavering in their honesty. They had never been caught skimming from the pot, overpaying one person while underpaying several others, or being dishonest in any way. They paid accurately and on time, and any deviations were obviously explained with transparency.

Can you imagine a world where we didn’t have to ask for an accounting of wages earned and paid, products distributed and warehoused—because everyone was honest in their dealings? Can you imagine a world where we don’t have to tell someone, “Show me proof” because they always walk in truth?

If people were truly honest and perceived as honest, we would have lower rates of divorce, crime, lawsuits, and incarceration. Maybe some could argue that we wouldn’t have any of those things because everyone would tell the truth and avoid the trappings that come from trying to conceal the truth. Maybe, just maybe.

These are just some interesting things to think about and consider. How would your life change if you chose to start telling the complete truth in all circumstances and to all people? Even if you know the truth will initially hurt but later be healing, would you take that risk or would you still choose to conceal the truth to avoid the initial pain?

Think about it and then let me know. Comment below or send me an email to BreakingBreadWithNatasha@gmail.com

Enjoy your day, focus intently on doing what God has called you to do, and bless someone you don’t know. I will see you back here soon!

Prayer

Father, I thank You for Your lovingkindness, grace, and mercy. Father, I pray that those who have dealings with me whether personally or professionally are always honest with me; and I pray that there is not a time in which I am dishonest.

Father forgive me for those moments when I have told half-truths or was completely dishonest with another person—whether intentionally or out of fear of hurting their feelings. Complete honesty is required of Your children and I pray that each day I am honest with You, myself, and with Your children. In Your Name I praise and pray. Amen.

Love,

Natasha

Copyright 2011-2021. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman. BreakingBreadWithNatasha.com

I Guess I Wanted Yesterday to be March?!?

Hello family!

I’m starting to prep today’s Breaking Bread message and a few moments ago I happened to catch a glimpse at the date of yesterday’s message. I did a double take and then I shook my head. I don’t know how I missed it but I did. I obviously wanted to go back in time, to March 8th, as that’s the date I typed.

Let me be clear, in my opinion, there’s no real significance there. Nothing special happened on that day, except of course the amazing blessings of another day of life and lessons, and spending time with a group of amazing children at the after school program where I sometimes substitute.

I will say, looking back at the Breaking Bread message for the day, it was a great message that God poured into me about being forgiven for our hidden faults. If you didn’t read it you can check it out here: https://breakingbreadwithnatasha.wordpress.com/2021/03/08/breaking-bread-for-3-8-21/

So I guess we can just chalk it up to this—I just typed the wrong month. I was one digit off. I’ve been distracted more than once while typing these messages over the years, but I would hope that my proofreading would catch something as obvious as the wrong month. Clearly, yesterday wasn’t the day for catching typos 😂

I’ve updated my post and apologize if I confused anyone, or caused anyone to overthink my message, wondering if there was some deeper meaning or symbolism, etc. Nope, just a mental slip. So laugh it off with me and let’s prepare for today’s Breaking Bread message. I will start tap tapping on my keyboard and will deliver the April 9th message soon!

Before I scoot off, I want to thank everyone who has supported me through your subscriptions to this blog, by following Breaking Bread With Natasha on social media, and purchasing the book “SEEK HIM, VOLUME 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone” and its companion workbook, “SEEK HIM: Workbook 1”. I truly appreciate you!

Love always,

Natasha

Copyright 2021. Natasha L. Foreman. All Rights Reserved.

Breaking Bread For 4.8.21

Scripture

Wisdom is a shelter as money is a shelter, but the advantage of knowledge is this: Wisdom preserves those who have it.

Ecclesiastes 7:12

Reflection

There’s a lot of rich fools running around, spiritually broke, waiting to be financially broke—yet laughing at and mocking those without the financial means, not knowing that many of those other people are TRULY the wealthy ones—for they have the spiritual wealth that far exceeds anything the dollar could bring!

A fool with money will always be spiritually broke and eventually financially broke. Don’t be a fool. Know where your money comes from (God), your role as the manager of it, and the responsibility you have to God to seek and follow His counsel and directives as to how, when, and where to invest His money. Don’t blame God or anyone else for the stupid decisions that you made with His money. Had you followed His lead you would be prosperous, inside and out.

Consider that.

Pray to always listen and obey God’s Voice above all others. We struggle because so many thoughts run through our minds that evolve into feelings that are translated into actions. Unfortunately, when those actions are destructive, we have to realize that we weren’t being directed by goodness-God, we chose to give into the flesh—mortal mind. If we train our mind to connect with Him, we can learn to put those other voices and thoughts into other “rooms” in our mind, giving first priority to His voice. We are then less likely to take actions that counter His desires.

Pray for wisdom and the ability to discern paths you should take, and people you should form relationships with—as well as those you should avoid. When in doubt, ask God. Then wait patiently for His answer and when you receive it, get moving in His chosen direction.

Pray for blessings to come from the most unusual and unsuspecting places to remind you that there is no such thing as impossible when it comes to our Heavenly Father, and there is no predicting what He can and will do at any given moment. Pray that He always keeps you on your toes in amazement. Think of the endless joy that comes from receiving God’s surprise gifts. I mean, seriously, are you not surprised when you awaken each day?

It’s a huge gift.

We should want to sing, dance, and praise Him for another day to express His love and pay forward to others. But many of us just roll over and complain about our perceived reality of debt, COVID-19, aches and pains, failing love life, insecurities, and the burden of society. Imagine how God feels seeing, hearing, and knowing that many of us can’t even fully appreciate the heartbeats He gives us.

How special we are to feel, see, and receive His love. We’re giddy when loved ones surprise us with gifts, but God gives to us daily and we don’t seem that thrilled. Let’s never be entitled, taking Him for granted. Let’s celebrate daily, in the spirit.

Pray that you will have the chance to testify to believers, nonbelievers, and conditional believers about the blessings you have received so that your praise of God is not merely one you keep in secret—for God’s Kingdom only continues to grow when people believe, know, trust in, and rely on Him more than man, and more than the idols they worship.

Embrace today and be thankful for it. The fact that you’re here means that you still have a lot of work to do. So get to it!

Prayer

Father, I pray for wisdom and the knowledge to have discipline over my thoughts, feelings, finances, and other resources that You have blessed me with. I do not want to be a fool and think that I have the solutions to my problems when You haven’t been the Source of my counsel, Father. Money is Your tool for us and we’re to steward it, and when I don’t ask You what and how You want me to manage and invest Your money, I am simply a fool.

Father, I also don’t want my sole focus in life to be about building financial wealth; but rather spiritual wealth in which You provide me with the means of financial support and satisfaction, and through You there is an elimination of my debts and burdening interest rates. Through You I will be equipped and supported to help myself, my family, and others.

Show me how to overcome hurdles Lord. Show me how best to serve You and Your children, Father. I want to walk by Your will not mine, as success can only be defined by You, and joy only comes when we’re in alignment with You. In Your Name I praise and I pray. Amen.

Love,

Natasha

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Breaking Bread For 4.7.21

Scripture

The end of a matter is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride. Do not be quickly provoked in your spirit, for anger resides in the lap of fools. When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider this: God has made the one as well as the other. Therefore, no one can discover anything about their future.

Ecclesiastes 7:8-9,14

Reflection

We get consumed by our thoughts and our feelings. Too much of either is chaos. Pride is a toxic overload of the two. As is anger.

I can admit that my pride has gotten in the way too many times to count, and never resulting in a positive end. The same is true with anger and how it plays out in my life. It’s one thing when I’m standing up for what’s right. It’s a complete shambles when I’m just trying to prove that I’m right and someone else is wrong. My ego and pride are tag-teaming and my ignorance blinds me from realizing this until it’s too late.

Can you relate?

Self-control is more than what many of us imagine, and more valuable than we can comprehend. It’s more than what most of us articulate and attempt to practice. If we truly understood the “why” behind controlling self, and didn’t see it as suppression of self, we would be more apt at doing so with great success. Instead we overthink and then our feelings flood in.

Then it’s a wrap.

Drama has taken over and both reason and logic take a seat.

We say it, but do we truly understand that we are energy. How that energy is used and expressed can be beautiful or devastating. We also need to understand that thoughts manifest into things. We need to learn how to manage our energy, which better manages us, and helps us to navigate through this big, bold world.

When we control ourselves then no one else can. When we control our energy then no one has the power to use, manipulate, or deplete it. When we control our thoughts then we dictate what comes in and takes shape, as well as what goes out. We then have control over what and how we invest our time, and no other human can claim that power over us.

And guess what? When you truly live this redefined approach you also stop blaming Satan for your actions. You start taking responsibility and you hold yourself accountable to who you know yourself to be.

When we get right on the inside then we are better aligned with God’s vision for how we’re to live and operate. When we are intentional then we are present, and when we are present, we are too focused on the now to be concerned about the future or belaboring the past. To get there we must go beyond our comfort zone.

That is freedom. That is what we should seek. Something to consider. What are your thoughts?

Prayer

Father, I pray for patience. The patience to wait and see past perceived limitations. The patience to endure life’s trials and tribulations and appreciate the lessons that come; patience to endure times when I have more month than money, and bills are demanding what my income can’t cover.

I pray for patience to deal with people who are sapsuckers and energy drainers. And if I happen to be one of these people, please realign me. Lord I ask for the patience to see Your Light in and through all things and circumstances. I want to go to You first and always, always reassured in You.

I thank You loving and blessing me. Father, thank You for holding my tongue when I want to verbally lash out at someone, and when I dwell on the past or obsess about the future. I thank You for pointing me on the path of success in every aspect of my life—not just professionally or in my personal relationships, but in every way. I want to live fully and in honor of You. In Your Name I humbly pray. Amen.

Love always,

Natasha

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Breaking Bread For 4.6.21

Scripture

I wish that all of you were as I am. But each of you has your own gift from God; one has this gift, another has that.

1 Corinthians 7:7

Reflection

While you are looking to others to be more like them, consider that God has created you and blessed you with gifts that are uniquely yours, and for you to make use of.

Are you wasting your gifts while trying to copy someone else’s?

Just because things may not be falling into place for you as soon as you would want and hope, it does not mean they will not eventually become a reality, when God triggers things to happen—on His time, not yours. 

Maybe you aren’t using your gifts properly and until that time you must wait.

Maybe you’re so busy looking at what others have and what they are doing with their gifts that your envy and impatience has clouded your thinking and you abandon your gifts in pursuit of theirs. And because of that lack of faith you must wait to be rewarded. 

We have fallen for the tricks of the enemy to believe that we need to be satisfied immediately. With the advancements in technology and science we believe that we should have instantaneous gratification like a meal cooked in the microwave. We have steered away from long cooked meals in the oven, popcorn over the stove, catching people by phone after numerous landline calls (before cell phones, pagers, Zoom, FaceTime, and voicemail). We’ve steered away from writing and sending letters by postal mail (not email, text, or fax).

Now we are of the mindset that we want and need things NOW. We’re impatient and simply can’t wait.

This may be to our detriment because with this NOW mindset we are overlooking the gifts we have, ignoring the fact that others may not possess the gifts we need to get things done NOW, and we could be ignoring our own inability to properly manage and use our gifts. In our impatience we’re ignorantly saying to God that we simply can’t wait for Him to bless us with what we need—or show us how to use that which has been given to us.

We decide that we’re going to take over and do things our way. Yeah, how is that working out for you?

Let’s assess our gifts—those known, unknown, and untapped—and see how we can grow to become more patient and willing to wait for God. Some things are best received when delayed or earned over time. Be patient for their planting, cultivation, and harvest!

Prayer

Father, thank You for my gifts. It is amazing how You provide each of Your children with our own unique gifts, yet we are all a reflection of You. Everything good that we do, say, and demonstrate is of and because of You. Thank You Father for blessing me with the ability to express Your greatness, to properly use my gifts, and to be a blessing to others.

I apologize for my impatience, stubbornness, ignorance, selfishness, and disobedience. I know that all things work according to Your will, and when my will tries to intervene, oversee, and overtake Yours, I always learn a hard and painful lesson. I want to be freed from that mindset and live freely and confidently on Your path and timetable. I know that You’re waiting on me to let go and surrender to You, Your will, and Your way. Thank You for knowing me well enough to be patient in and through my transition. I praise You and give You all of the glory. Amen.

Love,

Natasha

P.S. Don’t forget to get your copy of my new books “SEEK HIM, VOLUME 1: Testing Your Spiritual Comfort Zone” and SEEK HIM: Workbook 1. Both are available at Bookshop.org, Amazon.com, BN.com, and other local and global retailers.

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Breaking Bread For 4.5.21

Scripture

Bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you

Luke 6:28

Reflection

Do not seek the level of those who behave worse than the swine we govern. They would rather bite off their own foot than humble themselves in love and peace. They would rather sit in the cold, go without food or shelter than to take the loving offerings you place before them. They would rather humiliate you than face themselves in the mirror and see the err of their ways. 

Pray for them.

Do not stoop to their level of foolishness for it only then proves you too are a fool. Instead, let God tend to them. Let Him remind His flock of His son’s example of love, light, and peace. Let God fight your battles and snatch the enemy out of the picture so that His child who is causing you grief and harm may be restored brand new. 

Wish no harm. Cause no harm. Curse no one who would revel in such wickedness. Instead walk in God’s Light and shine brightly each and every day. That Light will shine so brightly that those who walk in error will be blinded and forced to either repent and seek God’s grace and mercy, or run away to never be seen or heard from— and there, God will lovingly work to re-mold them. In your refusal to mirror ugliness you claim victory for yourself, but most importantly for God’s Kingdom.

We CHOOSE how to behave. We CHOOSE to lower or raise our standards and values, and we CHOOSE to either uphold or bring to question our character. If you act a fool, that was your choice. No one made you do it, not even the devil. Yes, you can be tempted, but you make the choice to act or not. So just because someone is acting a fool with you doesn’t mean you have to match their ignorance and prove yourself to also be a fool. Walk with honor and dignity, as a child and ambassador of God.

Embrace today and smile! God is always showing up and showing out, helping us so that we can help others. If you believe and know this to be true, reply “YES” in the comment section below.

Prayer

Father, I want to thank You for giving me Your peace and strength today. I choose to embrace this peace and bless those who come in contact with me as well as those who come against me. I choose to walk in love and forgiveness so that I can honor You in all that I do. I know that Your love will always disarm the enemy. 

I pray for those who seek to steal my peace and the peace of others. Let Your Light shine brightly on them and cast out the darkness in their hearts. Let them feel Your presence Father. Let them see the smile of Your son Jesus as he shows them the way to You. I pray these things as not only a believer but as a knower of You and Your greatness. Amen.

Love always,

Natasha

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Breaking Bread For 4.2.21

Scripture

Do not neglect the gift that is in you….

1 Timothy 4:14

Reflection

God blessed us with the ever-present gift of Jesus. He also blessed us with the interconnected gift of the Holy Spirit. We have the gift of our humanness and spiritual being-ness, blended and harnessed within us. While meticulously designing and creating us to be uniquely different while at the same time being all of the characteristics, traits, and ideas of Him—which makes us all more alike than different—a special gift was placed within us— nestled deep, yet accessible.

God has given us a gift that He has entrusted us to use fully, regularly, and consistently. We’re supposed to protect it from recklessness and only use it to glorify Him. We’re supposed to invest time in and with our gift, nurture and strengthen it, and seek God’s guidance on how, when, and where to use our gift.

Maybe you don’t know what the gift is or how to use it properly. Do you know where to turn for those answers? God. The One who created and gave you the gift is the only One to show you the ins and outs of its schematics, application, and purpose.

But please remember, that just like our brain and the muscles in our body, if you don’t use your gift it will atrophy and eventually you will lose it. What an awful thought that is—something God gave us freely, we simply discard, put by the wayside, or use only in times of convenience. Instead use your gift for good and do so all of the time, all while showing God how grateful you truly are!

Prayer

Father, I thank You for the gifts that keep me connected to You. Every gift that you have blessed me with I will work diligently to use to my fullest, so that none are ever neglected. And in my neglect, I ask that You lovingly redirect me and remind me of my “Why” so that I realign to Your perfect plan and path. Thank You for loving me enough to bless me abundantly and unconditionally. I praise You today and always. Amen.

Love,

Natasha 

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Breaking Bread For 4.1.21

Scripture

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea,though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.The lord Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress.

Psalm 46:1-3,7

Reflection

We have seen earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, avalanches, and storms of all kind on land and on water that destroy man, other creatures, land and property. Through it all life continues to move forward. Through it all God is there—our Constant, our Source, our Guide—our Father.

Lives have been lost. Some close and dear to us, and some we only see on TV and in newspapers and magazines. But just like the mountains that crumble and rebuild over time, people will stand up and rebuild their lives and honor those who have passed—sometimes too soon for our comprehension—yet God will always be there, pointing out the way and reassuring us that through our experiences and in our renewed strength we grow closer to Him. 

So times change, people change, seasons change, buildings change, land mass changes, the bodies of water change, and our life as we know it changes; but one thing that will always be the same, that we can always count on is God. He is always faithful and dependable.

How amazing is that!

Prayer

Father, You are a constant presence in my life, in the world, in this universe and beyond. You created the first speck of dirt, the air we breathe, the water we drink, and every organism big and small. Our land has shifted, erupted, crumbled, and been rebuilt more times than we could ever imagine. Our earth lives as we do—growing, changing, healing, and fighting off attacks from pollutants. We too are constantly growing, changing, healing, and fighting off attacks from pollutants—toxic people and toxic substances. 

With all that we have seen, experienced, and lived through it has only been because of You Lord, and I thank You. Through life and so-called death we have evolved and strengthened. Life is not complete without our acceptance of and total obedience to You. I love You Father and thank You for all that You have blessed me with. In Your Name I praise and pray. Amen.

Love,

Natasha

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Breaking Bread For 3.31.21

Scripture

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” 

John 16:33 

Reflection

Jesus has the calm assertiveness that does not require anger, yelling, threats, or cussing. His disciples followed not through pressure, coercion, guilt, or fear. They followed out of love and a belief that Jesus was the son of God.

They followed because through his works not just words—he proved through healing and demonstration, his ability to heal, raise the dead, cast out demons, and rid people of sickness and disease. They followed because Jesus showed them how to do exactly what he was doing. He showed them that they too had the power as granted by our Heavenly Father-Mother God.

By Jesus walking the walk, people learned how to do the same thing, imitating him and following his lead and instruction.

The disciples followed Jesus because he served them more than they served him. They called him “master” but he led as a servant, seeing only God as Master. Jesus was grace and is grace, and through him the disciples (those who were faithful and committed) expressed grace.

Once we overcome fear and reconnect with who we are as God’s children, and Jesus’ sheep, then we will open ourselves up to the unimaginable, and be able to do the inconceivable. So focus on your responsibilities in God’s Kingdom, and not what role or title you can play in the world. Live with grace and you will receive abundance.

Prayer

Father, thank You for this beautiful day. No matter the weather or the circumstances, it is beautiful because You made it possible for me to experience another moment here on Earth, another moment with my loved ones, and another moment to demonstrate through servant hood Your love. Thank You Father.

Your son Jesus told his disciples that in him they would have peace even when the world brought trouble, but also reassured them by letting them know not to be worried with the world because by Your Power, he had taken care of it. Father bring me peace to trust without hesitation that in all times and circumstances, You have already taken care of things. When I call to You, You always answer; when I can’t find my way, You show me through—these things and more I know, but at times I get weak and blinded by fear, and sometimes forget. 

I thank You now for comforting, guiding and protecting me from what I have been through, am going through, and what is yet to come. Amen.

Lovingly,

Natasha 

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