Thought Process  

Thought Process  

But Mary kept all these things and pondered them in her heart. – Luke 2:19  

Last year I was speaking to someone that I still love and care for. I was still angry and bitter about something that occurred when we were younger. I said some things that I regret. But what he said to me was, “I hope he is a better man to you than I was”. I remember that day because I closed my laptop in anger. I walked away and brushed it off, still angry. At that moment I felt like I finally got my vindication for what happened… But no… That was not my vindication. That was something else… God was about to heal my thought process.  

Little by little, my marriage unraveled. Little by little the marriage became more and more evil. I endured things that I cannot even imagine. Because my soon to be ex-husband would not listen to me, the landlord waited two weeks before the end of the lease to lie and say that we would not leave the home. That’s a lie… I GLADLY left the uninhabitable home. Because my husband would not listen to me his brother waited until he left and jumped me after I had a baby (I won btw… Almost got arrested though). I don’t want to continue on all that happened … but out of everything that transpired in the old relationship between me and that man… I can honestly say that he never did this to me.  

As We Are Closing The Year 

I have been forced to sit back and talk to God about a lot. I had to tell God he was right… Because in 2019 God told me that me and that other man would be back together… OfCourse being stubborn I wouldn’t accept it and now look at me. What makes it worse is that I literally told him that my “new man” (ex-husband) moved me into the house, had a lot of money, was an accountant, and all of these other things… but what does the Bible say…? 

And what do you benefit if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul? – Mark 8:36  

Yes, my soon to be ex-husband had a job as an accountant … but … I don’t even think I will be ready to tell what he did… or if I will ever be ready. Yes… he had a bachelors but… he hurt me in ways I can’t explain. Yeah… he moved me into his 4-bedroom house… But it was HELL, he constantly made bad decisions because of his pride and ego and would not listen to me and now we are being sued for something that we did not even do. Yes… he was a youth pastor at a mega-church… but he… I can’t even say it. It’s terrible.  

Moral Of The Story  

I can’t explain how I feel. The days when I woke up in this terrible marriage with black circles under my eyes. The days I did not recognize myself. The days I couldn’t move out of the bed for MONTHS … For TWO YEARS I looked in the mirror and did not recognize myself.  

How do I look? A man that I secretly love asked me for another chance, I told him no and told him about my ex-husband and now look at me?  Lesson learned. You have to be so careful how you treat people… Because you have no idea how it is going to come back to you.  

I married my ex-husband because I thought it would look good for ministry. Here I am an international prophetess and I am married to a former pastor at a megachurch. Sweetheart, that was the worst decision of my life. I have heard so many horror stories from first ladies that said don’t ever marry a pastor. I thought they were crazy… Nope… You would not believe what they secretly do.  

But the crazy thing is… God told me not to marry my ex-husband. I am thankful for his grace that carried me through that like Gomer and Jonah. I regret my ex-husband.  

Thought Process  

God takes us through battles to warn other people. To the young man… Be very careful marrying for ministry and how it looks. Pursue God and pursue happiness. You would be very surprised and shocked at how evil some women are in the church. To young ladies… DO NOT marry a pastor. Pursue God and let God make you happy with a man that will make you smile and happy.  

Now I Want A Second Chance  

Now I want a second chance to listen to what God has to say. I want a second chance with the man that God has for me.  

But in that coming day no weapon turned against you will succeed. You will silence every voice raised up to accuse you. These benefits are enjoyed by the servants of the LORD; their vindication will come from me. I, the LORD, have spoken! – Isaiah 54:17 

Combating Natural Hair Racism  

Combating Natural Hair Racism  

But in that coming day no weapon turned against you will succeed. You will silence every voice raised up to accuse you. These benefits are enjoyed by the servants of the LORD; their vindication will come from me. I, the LORD, have spoken! – Isaiah 54:17 

Shopping While Being A Black Christian  

Whew… This is a post I really kind of do not want to write because again… I am private. This is for my African American followers! So, as some of you know I am multi-cultural. My man made me take a DNA test because he did not believe I was fully black (he was right). I swore up and down I was all Black but apparently not. The test confirmed that I am Nigerian, Irish, British, Mayan, Argentine, Native American, Bolivian, and Peruvian among some other things.  

Follow along as much as you can while I write this.  

So I have natural hair (which is why he thought I was mixed because of my hair). My hair does this thing where it is like straight like white people but half-way thick like I am Black… Yeah. But anyways, I was praying and one day God begin to speak to me and he said “stop using the conditioner that you are using because it is racist”.  

So, as I am praying, I am sooooo stunned. Because I’m like God, but I have been using it for years. Fastforward as I am doing some shopping, the Lord told me to look at a particular section and it was the “Ethnic” section and there it was … A horse shampoo in the “Ethnic section.” Then God told me to walk to the other “regular” section where typically people of Caucasian descent shop at. To my surprise all the minerals and things we as Black people need for our hair is in their shampoo… but not in ours… we get a horse for our hair products, and they get flowers and watermelon.  

The reason I did not want to write this is because I do not tell people what I personally use because some people online are simply weird. But God wanted me to say this. There is no reason that black hair products should have animals on it such as monkeys and horses… But the others do not. I am going to put a picture to show the difference. We need to stop supporting these so-called beauty companies that compare black hair to animals.  

Prayer  

Father, help me to simply focus on you. In Jesus Name, Amen.   
 

Love Mixed With Faith,  

Apostle Diamond S. Chessier  

Reference Scriptures:  

Ezekiel 2:5-7  

Habakkuk 2:1-10 

Psalms 27:10 

Ephesians 6:4  

Galatians 5:19-21 

Time Stamp: April 12, 2022  

Copyright – Precious-Diamond Chessier  

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“God is not a man that, He should lie, Nor a son of man, that He should repent. Has He said, and will He not do? Or has He spoken, and will He not make it good?” – Numbers 23:19 God is so faithful, but He does something that the world doesn’t. God makes us wait. When we are enduring we encounter different emotions like frustration, weariness, anger, and sometimes we just don’t understand what God is doing. In these moments, where our faith is tried, it is important to lift up our eyes to the hill and know where our help comes from. Psalm 121:1-2 says, “I will lift up my eyes to the hills – From whence comes my help? My help comes from the LORD, Who made heaven and earth.” In the midst of trials and tribulations, that occur while waiting, we have to stay rooted in the Word Of God. During the time of waiting, trusting in the things of this world is not an option according to Psalm 20:7, “Some trust in chariots, and some in horses; But we will remember the name of the LORD our God.” While waiting on The Lord we pray, we fast, and worship the LORD knowing that He is going to see us through. Proverbs 3:5-6 tells us, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths.” While waiting, trust in the LORD and know that He will see you through.

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