I’m learning day by day that there is absolutely nothing I can or can’t do without the Lord. At times I find myself thinking over my life and all I can do is thank God for the things and situations he has allowed me to go through and conquer. God has blessed me with two beautiful children and two months ago he blessed me with a wonderful husband. In this short period of time of being married I’ve learned that there is no one or anything that can take the place of God in my life. Sometimes we place our trust in people or stuff, but we must put our full trust in the Lord. This has been proven in my past as well as my present. Throughout my life I longed and searched for love in all the wrong places. I didn’t know that ultimately I was looking for God and his unconditional love, a love that wouldn’t use and abuse me, a love that didn’t violate me, and a love that was kind and merciful. This was the ultimate love that I searched for in men, work, school, clothes, shoes and even in my children.

As women we tend to think that if I could just go back to school and get our degrees, we would be fulfilled. If we can just find the perfect man, we’ll be fulfilled, if we can find the perfect pair of shoes to go with that perfect dress, we’ll be fulfilled. True happiness, joy and fulfillment are in the Lord. He loves us when no one else does; he directs and guides us when we include him in our matters. And most of all he loves us unconditionally. I’m desperate for him because I know what I’m capable of when he’s not in my life. When I haven’t prayed or read my word (my strength) as I should, I’ve gotten off track and can literally feel the shift in my life. I not only want God to be the head of my life, my goal is that he is my life. That may sound fanatical; however, I’ve realized that I need him every hour of my life.

I’m married with two children, decent job, in school, but I need the Lord. I crave for him to be a part of my life. There is absolutely none like him in the whole world. There was a song we sang years ago “Can’t nobody do me like Jesus.” I’ve learned that and am still learning it. With God I am a wonderful mother, wife, employee, student, family member, and friend. I am more than a conqueror and victorious. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13

 Be blessed; realize whose you are and who you are….

Elaine Broaster-White is the mother of two wonderful, intelligent children and the wife of the most perfect husband, whose absolutely perfect for her. But most importantly she is a child of the King, the most High God, Jesus Christ.

© 2015, Shalena D.I.V.A.- Author| Speaker| Life And Business Coach. All rights reserved.

9 comments on “With God All Things Are Possible by Elaine Broaster-White”

  1. Elaine, thank you for writing this post. What do you do to get back on track after you’ve stopped reading your Bible and praying as you should. Do youo feel guilty, too guilty to go back to God?

    • Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. I get back on track by hearing the word of God. I know that if I can just hear a word from God whether it be via reading his word, listening to a preacher on tv or just reading his word. When I’m going through something I like to go directly to the word of God and find someone who’s going through that same situation. When I’m feeling lonely I reminded in his word that He’ll never leave me nor forsake me. When I’m feeling discouraged, his word reminds me that I am an overcomer. It also reminds me that I am more than a conqueror. )Es, I feel guilty but not too guilty to get what I need to get back on track. When I think about God and his unconditional love, his mercy, his kindness, his grace and faithfulness I get back on track. All I have to do is think and automatically I begin to thank him!

      Be Blessed!
      EB White

  2. Great Job and please believe that you are a blessing to me. I love you, cherish you and I thank God for you daily.

  3. HEY CUZ THIS WAS LIKE READING MY OWN WORD…..JUST NOT THE HUSBAND PART (N DUE TIME)…….IT ACTUALLY BROUGHT ME TO TEARS……ALL THESE YEARS WHAT I’VE BEEN LOOK FOR WAS RIGHT THERE……SOME ONE TO HOLD ME…..TELL ME IT WOULD BE OKAY…….LOVE ME UNCONDITIONALLY…….ITS GOD……JUST GLAD THAT I NOW REALIZE THAT….I DON’T WANT IT SAID TOO LATE…….SUNDAY WAS JUST THE START OF A NEW LOVE AFFAIR….YA SEE IN THE END HE’S ALWAYS BEEN MY EVERYTHING…..I JUST NEEDED TO LET HIM BACK IN! THANK YOU FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE FOR ME….I LOVE U AND WHAT YOU HAVE BECOME…….A SELL OUT!

    LUV UR CUZ JAY

  4. Dear Sis. EB White,
    Thank you for sharing your heart. It’s refreshing to know it’s somebody else out there who loves God like that too. He said He would give us the desires of our heart but I ask Him every day to be the desires of my heart and I truly believe that’s what He truly wants for us to desire Him. He’s already proven His love and continues to extend His grace daily. I fell in love with a man once and it wasn’t the same man I married. This was after my marriage was over. I referred to this man as my “Jesus in the flesh”. He was almost the express image of Jesus until I saw his flaws, they begin to stand out. It didn’t change the way I felt about him however it did help me to put things back in perspective, “Jesus Alone,” He Alone is flawless.Sarah called Abraham Lord, I can identify with that from my loving experience. The other thing that probably helped me is that I was ready to remarry and he wasn’t, he backed out of the idea after I received my divorce decree. My heart was broken. Today we are good friends and refer to oneanother as sister and brother in Christ. We have the utmost respect for oneanother and my heart is not as involved emotionally. I can see clearly now and I’m grateful that he didn’t go along with marrying due to where we both are in our lives. I’m grateful for my experience. I learned so much about me and I now know what it is like to be treated like a woman who is really loved. He was supportive and remains that was with no strings attached. We love the Lord and seek to please Him with our lives but we are on different paths in our journey.
    I’ve been able to identify with some things you shared and it’s just refreshing to know. I’m an older women and it brings tears of joy to my eyes to read the testimonies of younger people holding on to God. Don’t hold yourself hostage when you get out of the routine of using your tools that strengthen you. Just be aware of the fact that God may minister to you another way. Our seasons change, He doesn’t. His Word will never loose it’s power, neither will His blood. You’re covered. My meditation one day was, I may not be his best child and I might be his worse in the sight of someone who is measuring me to theirself or someone else but I declare and decree and I AM His choice. I know that without a shadow of a doubt. I got blessed assurance and insurance in Christ and your are His choice too. He loves you desparately. He is all that you need. Cee sings, “I AM ALL THAT YOU NEED”
    Your Sis in Christ

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