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  Living 'IN' Triumph Coaching Service 

Doing it God's Way! 



Vision Statement 

My vision is to see transformed believers actively doing the work of Christ by reaching the Lost, Strengthening the weak, and encouraging the faithful. 

Mission Statement 

My mission is to equip individuals through biblical teaching, coaching, and demonstrating the Life of Christ resulting in transformed lives being lived out in the spirit of EXCELLENCE.

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Stop Being a Wife to a Boyfriend!

Posted on February 4, 2019 at 10:35 AM Comments comments (1865)
STOP!!! Being a Wife to a BOYFRIEND

Gm, reader, in our last session I share did statement with you. 

IF, you cook for him, clean for him, and sacrifice for him. There's only one problem with that ---- in reality he's your boyfriend, but in your mind, you're already married. 
When a woman falls in love, she will give it her all and all --- she found herself giving the whole 80% percent to the relationship!!!
Even if she's not getting anything in return, especially in the form of  the same returned on her's efforts.
Then the moment of her's being fed up and realizing .... you are giving so much of yourself to 
someone who doesn't give the same in return can be unmistakable and painful.
This is not a man-bashing session for women uninterested in the truth.
This is for women who is looking at their relationships with feelings of betrayal, pain, and emptiness and who want to make a change.

I sincerely, hope you will join on the discussion for next several weeks!!! 

Thank You, and may God contuined to bless you and your family

When Others Fail Us

Posted on December 4, 2018 at 1:50 PM Comments comments (2127)
2 TIMOTHY 4: 9-18 

Is one area of life that causes great distress. Companionship is one of our essential needs, and when friends fail us, we feel wounded, rejected, and alone. We've probably all experienced this to one degree or another, and the apostle Paul was no exception. Although he'd surrounded himself with friends and had sacrificed greatly to take the gospel throughout the Roman world, when Paul neared the end of his life, he was basically alone. As he spent his last days in prison, only Luke was with him. 

Some of the apostle's friends were ministering in other parts of the world, but others, like Demas, had deserted him. When Paul stood ar his preliminary trial, no one supported him. In fact, everyone had abandoned him. To associate with Paul as this point was risky. It would have been understandable for Paul to complain about friends who'd let him down in his time of need. But instead, he displayed a forgiving spirit by saying, "May it not be counted against them" (2 Timothy 4: 16). Although betrayal or abandonment hurts, we will never heal if we yield to bitterness and resentment. Forgiveness is our only solution. 

Like Paul, we need an eternal perspective when facing disappointment. Nothing comes into our life without first passing through the hands of our heavenly Father, and no experience of ours is wasted. His ways may not make sense to us, but He uses every painful situation to accomplish His will in our life - and He'll walk through it with us. AMEN!

The Foundation of Forgiveness

Posted on October 5, 2018 at 8:50 AM Comments comments (4990)

MATTHEW 18: 21-35

FOR FOLLOWER OF CHRIST: the goal is to become increasingly like Him, and one of the best ways to reflect His character is through forgiveness. Yet sometimes this is a quality we are reluctant to demonstrate because it seems so unfair, especially if the wrong done to us is ongoing or particularly painful. To forgive appears to diminish the offense and counteract justice.

" Let's correct several misperceptions about this aspect of our faith" 

THE FOUNDATION FOR OUR FORGIVENESS OF OTHERS IS GOD'S FORGIVENESS OF US. Today's passage contains a parable in which a man is forgiven a sum to exorbitant to repay. Yet he turns around and demands immediate payment from someone who owes him a small amount. That's what we are like when we think other's wrongs against us must be avenged even though God has forgiven us.

UNFORGIVENESS TORMENTS US, NOT THE WRONGOER. It's a caustic poison within us that corrupts our emotions, stunts us spiritually, and stresses our bodies. When we don't release the offender, we end up imprisoned in bitterness, resenment, and hostility - and that is sin.

FORGIVENESS DOESN'T NEGATE THE WRONG DONE TO US. It doesn't deny the offence or the resulting pain but lets go of the right to get even. Vengeance is God's responsibility, not ours (Rom. 12:19). We don't have all the facts, nor can we know the offender's true motive. Only God can judge accurately and fairly. When Jesus suffered the ultimate injustice of the cross, He entrusted Himself to the Father (1Pet. 2:21-24). Can you follow HIs example and trust God with wrongs done to you?

Our Anchor in Stormy Times

Posted on September 12, 2018 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (985)

One Thing Common To Everyone: is the experience of going through storms. Whether these are literal weather events, personnal trauma, or the turmoil caused by war and social unrest, we all face circumstances over which we have little control. Some strorms are over quickly, whereas others seem unending. Some tempests cause little damage, but others leave great devastation in their wake.

1.) Where do these storms come from? At times we bring them into our own life through choices we make, but other times they're caused by someone else's actions. It may even be that the devil has stirred up some adversity to distract or hinder us. And there are occasions when God's work in our life requires a storm to fulfill a special purpose.

2.) Why does the Lord allow storms in our life? Difficulties tend to turn our focus toward God. We either start questioning Him or go to Him for help and strength. He may want our attention because there's a sin we need to deal with. Or perhaps He wants us to let go of something we need to surrender to HIm. It could be that He wants to conform us to His image (Rom. 8:29) or equip us to serve Him.

3.) How do we respond to storms? When we struggle against God because we don't like the hardship we're going through, that's an indication we don't trust Him. Instead of trusting that He is working good in our life, we may wrongly believe He's trying to hurt us. At such times knowing Scripture is crucial for the believer. His Word is the immovable anchor in our storm. We can trust the Bible because, like God, it never changes!

So as we race around preparing for Hurricane Florence's remember that GOD IS THE ANCHOR WE NEED IN STORMY TIMES

Are You Just Sailing in the current?

Posted on August 8, 2018 at 9:30 AM Comments comments (2409)

Good Morning Reader: Are you happy where you are? Happy with your job and your prospects for growth? Happy with your home life, whether married or single? Happy with the house you live in? Happy with the car you drive? Happy with much of anything right now in terms of where you'd like to be?

When God allowed a Babylonian King to swoop into Israel and cart the Hebrew off into exile, you can be sure they weren't very happy. They'd lost their homes, lost their security, lost their ties to everything they owned. But as a way of further growing their character and painting their future with promise, God gave his people these instructions: Build houses there. Start a family there. Work for the good of your neighbors there. Make the most of this unwanted season by bearing fruit in an unhappy place.

"For I know the plans I have for you, "God told them, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future" (Jeremiah 29:11). But don't expect these promising days just to kick in as payback because you've been suffering for a while. Don't expect to build much on the backs of your constant complaining. Commit to doing something special even in the midst of your current situation. And you'll find that those 'plans' for a "hope and a future" required the relationships you built, the work you invested, and the contentment you chose in the present. Dig in to dig out.

Because we all want to LIVING IN TRIUMPH in God's plans for our life. Amen

Pray this prayer: Lord, you know I'm not very happy right now. But I'm going to take you advice and let you grow me here. Thank you for not letting me waste my experiences..... even these experiences.

Choosing to Forgive

Posted on July 17, 2018 at 9:20 AM Comments comments (434)
Read: Ephesians 4:31-32

Good morning reader, isn't it interesting; that young children generally do not hold grudges? They may cry and throw tantrums, but once their anger has been vented, they let it go. About  two years ago, I was so angliy with my husband I thought that I was going to lose my mind, however I did not he took me to very dark place in my life. So I begin to pray, just as we do in time of a crisis day and night more than I normally do. I said that to say this, adults, however, have a tendency to hang on to offenses for dear life. When people wrong us or our loved ones, we want them to pay for what they've done, to suffer as we have. it only seems fair to expect restitution of some kind, and unless that occurs, we withhold forgiveness. 

But as Christians, however, we are called to a different standard and way of thinking, you should think this is true but in my care it was different alright,  I was the same person that I tries to change. I found out that carnal flesh was rising up in me again, I not ones that's consistent with God's character. So I being pray and pleaed with to strength me. Because he is a merciful Father who wants His children to show mercy to others (Luke 6:36). His Son's life on earth demonstrated this. As Jesus hung on the cross, He prayed for those who cruclfied Him, "Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing" (23:34). God expects us to forgive as Jesus did, regardless of circumstances. 

This command seems impossible to carry out until we start to grasp the enormity of what took place on the cross. Christ's death made us recipients of a mercy so great it defies comprehension. The Savior took all our sin upon Himself and died in our place. He experienced the outpouring of God's wrath so we might be forgiven and reconciled to the Father. Although we deserve condemnation, through Jesus Christ we have instead received God's mercy. 

Now as new creations in Christ who are indwelt by the Holy Spirit, we have His power to truly let go of the wrongs done to us and extend mercy to others, just as God has given mercy to us. 

When God Doesn't Seem Just

Posted on July 3, 2018 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (946)

Read: Deuteronomy 32: 1-4

Can You Think of A Situation in Your Life: the Lord allows each of us to face some trails that we won't understand to our satisfaction this side of heaven. Our jobs is not to comprehend everything He does and permits in ours lives, but to know how to respond. He'll make all things right in eternity. In the meantime, trust the solid Rock when all else is shaky.

Their was many times in my life that I felt like an exceptation to the promises of Scripture? The Scriptures are filled with examples of godly people who faced hardships that seemed totally unfair. For example, Joseph was sold as a slave, David was hunted by King Saul, and Paul suffered with a "thorn in the flesh" (2 Cor.12:7-10). Moses declares that the Lord is faithful and all His ways are just, but we have all been in circumstances that seemed wrong and unfailr to us. And because God did not intervene, we've struggled to reconcile our experience with Moses' statement about Him, I know at one time I did myself. 

Situations like these can cause us to question whether God is good and just. If left to fester in our minds, these doubts may give way to discouragement. Believe me I know because alot of times I feel like Paul with the thorn in my side that continuously tortment me. We can easily start thinking, What's the use of serving the Lord? Look at what it's gotten me-- suffering!

It's important to remember that what we know about God from His Word is more accurate than what we feel. Scripture tells us that God is good and just, so we can know with certainty that He has a fantastic purpose for us in whatever we experience. 8) 

To God Be The 'Glory'

God Works Through Our Trials

Posted on May 14, 2018 at 11:05 AM Comments comments (606)
THE TROUBLES AND SUFFERING: we experience in life are not random events without purpose. God works through them for our good (Rom. 8:2). We may not like or understand exactly what He's doing, but knowing some of His general goals helps us trust Him and cooperate so we can reap the benefits of a season of affiction. 
PROTECTION. After Paul fervently prayed that his thorn in the flesh be removed, God revealed to him that it was a protection from pride. We all have areas of weakness that could lead us into sin, and God in His wisdom knows how ro safeguard us. Sometimes pain accomplishes what nothing else can. 

RELIANCE. Paul's thorn, which made him weak, also taught him to endure by relying on Christ's grace and strength. In the same way, the troubles in our life often bring us to the end of our rope so we'll reach out to the Lord in humble dependence. Then we are positioned to receive the divine strength He promises to provides. 

DIVINE PERSPECTIVE. When Paul finally realized what the Lord was trying to accomplish in his life, he viewed his suffering in a totally different way. He stopped focusing on it as a pain and hindrance and instead became content: Paul could actually rejoice because he recognized that Christ's power in him was more important than freedom from pain. Unless we realize that God always prioritizes the eternal over the temporal, we won't see the value of pain. According to 2 Corinthians 4:17, "Momentary, light affliction is producing for us an eternal weight of glory far beyond all comparison." Therefore, we don't lose heart. 

2 Corinthians 12: 7-10

Overcoming Life's Ups and Downs

Posted on April 26, 2018 at 10:30 AM Comments comments (794)
CONTENTMENT  IS SOMETHING WE ALL DESISRE: yet too seldom have. If it comes, it usually seems short-lived.  And  often  we think that contentment is possible only  if  all our-cirumstances are comfortable  and  there are no conflicts or misunderstanding in  our relationships. For  so  many years  that was my thinking, I deal  with it tomorrow. :/ 

But the words of the Apostle Paul proves that perfect conditions are not the source of contentment. He wrote his letter to the Philippians while he was in a Roman prison. Contentment was something he had to learn, that it is over rated, not through comfort but through hardship and suffering. I can remember my Grandmother's alway telling me that if you make your bed hard ... you will have to lay in it :roll::roll::roll:. However, the Apostle Paul relied on spiritual truths to enable him to face his difficulties God's way without complaint, worry, or fear. BUT ME BEING ME!!!  relied on my own abilities to work it out and you can guess the rest:(:(:(. 
In every trial, we have a choice to view the situation from our perspective or from God's. Depending on our focus, we either react emotionally or respond spiritually, based on God's Word and promises. Inner turmoil and outward agitation result when we focus on feelings instead of spiritual principles. But when we habitually see every matter from God's point of view, then irritation, anger, and blame will be replaced by an inner quietness and confidence. 

Is it really possible to face serious trials and have God's peace? According to Paul,  the answer is yes. We can be content in all circumstance through Christ's strength (v.13). This isn't a natural response but a supernatural one which God alone can produce in the lives of His children. If we'll let divine truths interpret our trials and trust the Holy Spirit to empower us to respond in faithm our heart will find rest no  matter what goes on around us. 

Read: ( Philippians 4: 10-13)

Praying in God's Will

Posted on April 10, 2018 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (1077)

Colossoans 1: 10-14

That you may walk worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing Him, being fruitful in every good, work and increasing in the knowledge of God;

strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy; giving thanks

to the Father who has qualified us in be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light. He has

delievered us from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the kingdom of the Son of His love,

in whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins. (MLSB)

PAUL FERVENTLY DESIRED: that the body of Christ individually and corporately, become spiritually mature. Knowing the Lord had planned for such growth to impact the world, the apostle asked that believers would know God's will and then...

LIVE A GODLY LIFE: (Col. 1:10). Paul prayed for our character, conversation, and conduct to be consistent with the Lord's. Christians are Jesus' representatives, so our lives ought to be an extension of His with eyes that look compassionately at ohers, hearts that offer forgiveness and love, and hands that are engaged in service. A believer's character, while imperfect, should increasingly reflect Christ's righteouness.

MAKE OUR LIFE COUNT: (v.10). In God's eyes, not everything we do is fruitful much of our activity stems from a desire to please self or others. All that truly matters is what's done in obedience to our Father. Jesus spoke about the importance of bearing much fruit, which is possible only when we stay connected with Him (John 15:5).

EXPERIENCE GOD'S POWER: (Col. 1:11). Through the Holy Spirit's presence, we have all we need for carrying out our Father's will.

REMAIN COMMITTED AND GRATEFUL: (v. 12). God answers according to HIs perfect timing. We must be steadfast in prayer and thankful for everything He's done. Whether we pray these verses for ourselves or for others, we can know that our petitions are in accordance with the Lord's will. And 1John 5:14-15 tells us praying in this way carries the wonderful assurance that God is going to respond affirmatively.