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Psalm 46:5

May 29, 2015




  Heeeeyyy! Royalty Mindset's first week was awesome!! I have you guys to thank for all of the views. But truly, all glory belongs to God. Without Him none of this would be possible!! I've been asked multiple times how often I will post. Truth be told, I really don't know. I hope to blog as often as I can and continue to share my voice. Just bear with me, I promise we are in for a ride! #TeamQueen is in the process of planning some BIG things for Royalty Mindset!! Stay tuned.

     There has been so much going on in my life lately and I am glad about it! It has been so crazy. I'm so happy to be doing so many NEW things. A lot of it is so new that every now and then I find myself a little lost, but thankfully I have an awesome team of people surrounding me. I would be lying if I didn't say that what's to come also scares me. Of course, I'm happy to be going to college. I'm enjoying dorm room shopping and receiving gifts, but I'm also afraid of being on my own. I'm afraid that I will not live up to expectations that are set. And for me not living up to those expectations would mean that I failed. Personally, being a failure is one of my biggest fears. Besides starting college in another two and a half months (OMG!!!), I still have all of you to be worried about. Since starting this blog, I feel that I have a great responsibility. I'm afraid that somewhere down the line I will let you down. Yes, I am so happy about the new blog; this is still really BIG to me. I'm just hoping that I don't mess up any of these new adventures.

     In the midst of my lovely chaos, this one scripture kept popping up. I would see it on Pinterest, hear it in a bible study, and randomly it would come up in my head whenever I would get any thoughts of failing. "God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day." Psalm 46:5 (NIV) Someone once told me that we can be our own worst critics. I know for a fact that I am extremely hard on myself. Nothing that I do ever seems to be done to my standards and I'm constantly beating myself up for it. I also just recently realized that I can be a very negative person, I'm working on that! But this scriptures gives me that reassurance that no matter how hard I am on myself and no matter how I feel things may end up there is no way that I can fall. God is within me, He lives through me and with God on my side failing isn't an option. Even when the situation begins to look bad, I know that He will come through for the bible tells me so. (I admit, I sang the ending of that sentence! HA!)  I can rid myself of any fears that I have. Also, I can take on any challenge that I put my mind to because I know that He won't let me fall. This is currently my favorite scripture. I am actually looking to get this on a painting or something to hang in my dorm. And if you follow me on Instagram (@Queen_Majah), you would know that was the caption to a picture I recently posted.

    Isn't it awesome knowing that God is always on your side? I have this friend that says that there is no such thing as a bad day in their life. I always wondered how?  I could never understand, like who doesn't have a bad day every once in a while?? But then, he explained that he knew that God always had his back and even when the day wasn't seeming to go right he knew God was on his side and would allow all things to work out in his favor. I will never forget that. I've even changed my perspective on how I view the way my day goes. With God within us, we can not fall. He will always come through for us. So, why not carry that crown of yours proudly? No worries. He got you! STAY GOLDEN!



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