Seeing in the “Better”

How have you persevered in your discouragement? After experiencing several challenging situations back to back in the past few weeks, it reminded me of a sermon given by my Pastor, Sam Moore of Conqueror’s Church : Seeing in the “better” requires proper perspective, right attitude, and constant passion. When the spirit of discouragement attacks, you must attack back with persistence!  Whatever difficulties you are currently facing, know that they are only temporary and will last as long as you allow it. {Jer. 29:11}.

About krich

Kimberly is a retired City of Detroit Real Property Appraiser who raised two successful young men with her husband of 26 years. After caring for her ailing mother who lost her battle to Alzheimer's Disease, Kimberly embarked on a journey of discovery of all the things she enjoyed; from traveling to enrolling in a hospitality course and exploring her love for culinary, catering/event hosting. and her passion for learning about people and their life's journey. She has a special affinity to her 50 and older generation, particularly as it relates to their spiritual & physical well-being, and overall quality of life. After having endured the harsh reality of ageism that is widely practiced, Kimberly hopes to inspire others to keep pushing, keep learning, keep growing and not let age keep you from living your Best Life! Through her blog and website, she invites you to share your season of promise, praise, and perseverance!


  1. So my tongue loosened even as my mind raged: I am not into magic; I am not possessed! I am human. A child accused of witchcraft; a condition more stigmatising than AIDS. Because this is how it’s done in Congo: you look at the wrong guy the wrong way and you’re burned at the stake. I was angry no one was there to defend me, no one was there to deem me righteous, no one to diagnose me otherwise.

    1. Sorry for your ordeal! How can ‘seeing in the better’ help you overcome some of your challenges?

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