So, if you’ve had a chance to read my book, The Woman God Created You to Be, then you know about the long-time struggle I once had when it came to forgiving others. And you also know that, at one point, I became lax with praying, reading my Bible, and with making God a priority in my life as a whole. And what that meant, was that during those particular times in my life, I didn’t have a true relationship with God. I mean, I did love him, and I honored him in certain ways, but when it came to doing some things that I knew weren’t right, I didn’t much focus on any scriptures that related to those areas I knew I needed to become better in. And worse, what this also meant was that I tended to focus much more on God on Sundays, the day most of us attend church service. What I had become was the kind of Christian who didn’t try to have as much of a relationship with God during the other six days of the week—sadly, I had become a lukewarm Christian. This is a term I learned from my grandmother when I was a child, and sometimes, she would even say that folks were straddle the fence, meaning they wanted to be both a Christian and be someone who didn’t live in a Christian-like way. In today’s episode, I share some of my personal experiences and how you can have a much more solid relationship with God.
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