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I’m always grateful for new life lessons.

Yesterday, in the midst of family, I walked into the Voices of Faith Ministries-Stone Mountain in Atlanta Georgia and listened to Bishop Gary Hawkins speak on Mark 10: 46-52. We read that beggar Blind Bartimaeus cried out to Jesus as he passed by on the street and was instantly healed of his affliction. The point, however, was that it was not because he got Christ’s attention by shouting louder when others told him to be quiet instead it was because of his complete belief that the Son of God could heal him. Bishop Hawkins called it a “Faith Move”.

I, too, am on a Faith Move.

Bishop Hawkins said many things in relation to the verses but what I remember is: Faith without work won’t save you and sight without vision equals failure. No I’m not blind and I currently don’t need mercy but in 2018, I’m stepping out on faith. I’ll be traveling around the world, alone, and I’ve put my full trust in God that I will be safely delivered to each and every destination.

Memorial of the Baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan

This image of Jesus’s baptism was taken at the actual Baptism Site near the River Jordan

Join me on my journey on Instagram @danilew_1.

Happy New Year!

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Dani Lew

DaniLew is a podcaster and a retired nomad who loves to slow travel around the world and share her travel stories and personal photography.The Slow Traveling Soul Sister podcast is all about me and my travels around the world for the last 40 years as a solo black woman, My motto: travel nourishes the soul and broadens the mind, but solo travel frees our imagination and builds our Confidence. #slowtravelingsoulsister #GoSeeDoBe


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