Reflections: All Comes Down To Love

It would be an injustice if I didn’t acknowledge the role sisterhood plays in shaping great women. If you have been following my blog you will note a point where I once did such.

But, there are two women who have shown me that sisterhood transcends differences in character. First there is Tshego Machaba who is married to a beautiful woman. I could have chosen to be religious and upheld my knowledge of Theology. I didn’t. I chose to love her because I identify with her annointed Self. Since I’m without sin I CANNOT cast ANY stones. I didn’t create her – God did and loves ALL His children.

I have instead been a recipient of Tshego’s anointing because I realised that the gifts and callings of God are without repentance. She listened to me cry, acted on it and expected no praise or reward about a VERY burning thorn in my flesh.

Lesson learned is “Be careful who you go around hating and feeling self-righteous about – GOD CAN USE ANYBODY”. It’s His Creation, so it’s His rules.

Second is Elaine Motsoane. Satan would have loved for us to be enemies. She is elegant, happily married and successful. Yet somehow our paths crossed. MANY times she has been there to help me wipe away tears caused by foolishness, BUT not once did she judge me. She just showed me Love.

Guys this life thing is tricky. Love is what makes life bearable. Love from a mother is the core of my survival yet love from people who owe me fokol (nothing) is beyond measure!

Lord thank you for these imperfect women who have demonstrated your perfect LOVE which is: Loving Me When I Was Unlovable.

Yes Bebe, I hear you through your song. It truly does ALL come down to ❤❤❤❤.

May LOVE prevail in your life ALWAYS.

Published by Elaine Mofokeng

I was born to love, learn and serve. I am a Jesus Ninja.

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