Who is changing things in your life?

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God took care of Jacob though Laban changed things constantly.

Who is changing things in your life?

I usually will stop dealing with people if they change their mind or with the agreement we had, they change it too many times. The scripture says to not meddle with them given to change. (Proverbs 24:21)

There is also another scripture that says a double minded man shall receive nothing. (JAMES 1:7-8)

Do you have people around you who seem to flow with the current wind of doctrine about life, finances, relationship, future plans and so on? And it could just be that they are listening to wrong thoughts of others or their own mind. Double mindedness is not good.

It could be seen as a crazy maker. Making the people around them crazy. You could be married to this person, it could be a friend or even a boss. I’ve had bosses that change their mind so much that an employee never knew what to think or what to expect.

Genesis 31 was an encouragement to me today in light of so many changes in my personal and business life. Changes being made for me or about my plans.

What is the solution? If you are not a Christian, I want to tell you that there is hope in Jesus.

If you are a Christian, I want to remind you that the Holy Spirit can guide you into all truth. (John 16:13) There might be some truth in what an unstable person is saying and doing. Though they are confused or double minded, there could be some truth on one side of what they are presenting.

So with the story of Jacob from Genesis 31, Laban spoke truth that Jacob’s wives were Laban’s daughters. Laban did pay Jacob something though he changed it multiple times.

And the biggest truth from this story and most important is that God never left Jacob. God intervene and let Jacob know when enough was enough and that it was time to go… to leave Laban.

Everyone’s threshhold is different for how much messiness they can handle and endure. And God can give strength and wisdom in the midst of the trials and tribulations without removing you. It’s called GRACE for the situation.

This could be seen as a good reason to become a Christian if you are not one yet! You might need some supernatural help and grace for your situation. God wants to be your defender! Let Him in by accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Confess that you believe Jesus is Lord, that he was sent to earth for our redemption, that he died for our sins and that God in Heaven rose Him from the dead to soon after rise into Heaven to sit on the right hand of the Father. (Romans 10:9-10)

If you are already a Christian, cry out to God for a solution, for relief and even deliverance in his timing. God hears our prayers. He sees our pain and anguish. God will protect us if we put our trust in Him.

In fact, we know of people who seem to be protected and they are not Christians. Why? Because the scriptures in Matthew 5:45 says that he rains on the just and the unjust. He shines his sun on the just and the unjust. But we will all have a day of reckoning for the things we have done to other and things done in this life. Romans 14:12. Hebrews 9:27 says, it is appointed unto man once to die then the judgement. And another place, it says we will give an account of every idle word on judgement day. (Matthew 12:36)

Why not live this life with supernatural help from God Almighty instead of battling these demons alone? Why not surrender to Jesus to be Lord of your life and this specific area that you are being harrassed in? God told us to cast all of our cares on Him for He cares for us. (1 Peter 5:7 )

The story of Jacob and Laban is in Genesis 31:5, 7, 12, 29, 42 (KJV):

Verse 5 reads, And said unto them, I see your father’s countenance, that it is not toward me as before; but the God of my father hath been with me.

7 And your father hath deceived me, and changed my wages ten times; but God suffered him not to hurt me.

12 And he said, Lift up now thine eyes, and see, all the rams which leap upon the cattle are ringstraked, speckled, and grisled: for I have seen all that Laban doeth unto thee.

29 It is in the power of my hand to do you hurt: but the God of your father spake unto me yesternight, saying, Take thou heed that thou speak not to Jacob either good or bad.

42 Except the God of my father, the God of Abraham, and the fear of Isaac, had been with me, surely thou hadst sent me away now empty. God hath seen mine affliction and the labour of my hands, and rebuked thee yesternight.

God took care of Jacob though Laban changed things constantly.

My name is Nek’ka Migel and it has been my please to write an encouraging note to those going it alone or needing just a little bit more help. Try surrendering all areas of your life to God who created the Heaven and the Earth.

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Speak to Your Children

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Speak to Your Children

Watch “Verbal Judo 1” on YouTube

https://youtu.be/7yFyeJMD4Pg

This saved my bacon while raising my kids as a single mom.  I now tell anyone, just “have a conversation” with people, your kids, your boss, etc.

I came from the generation that told kids to do things “because I said so!” When someone first suggested I explain things to my kids under 10 years old, I thought they were off their rocker.

For kids in a situation where they have lost one parent whether they knew them or not, there is a fear of losing the parent that “stayed”. My explaining things to my kids, help relieved their fears about the immediate future.  It kept them informed still on “a need to know” basis but without having to guess about so much.

Also, I developed an “open door” policy as they were getting older.  They were free to talk to me 8 to 9 pm for normal situations…not a crisis.  I set this time so that if it was not an emergency, I could still have my devotions early in the morning uninterrupted and my quiet time alone at night.

So I hope this helps any parent, not just the single parent.  To learn how to de-escalate a conversation going awry when they are young helps as the children grow older.

My name is @Nek’ka Migel and I am the founder of @Single Moms Unite!, LLC dba @Consulting for Single Parents
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Single Parent Gathering Jan 12th at Noon

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Single Parent Gathering Jan 12th at Noon

Gathering this month: January 12th, Saturday, noon to 2 p.m. for single parents and their kids.

Susan Ikeagwu will share with us about Restore Missions and the work they do here in the valley. 

Below are the links to the landing pages to contact me for a one to one meeting or sign up for specific newsletter(s):

Chaplains for Businesses | Consulting for Single Parents | Choose to Succeed Referral Marketing

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Book a one to one session with Nek’ka today, in person or on the phone! Click here to hear my audio introduction.

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Thanks for Stopping By.

Sincerely and 

In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel

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Ways to Write an Introduction

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I just skimmed an article called, 

9 Simple Ways to Write Stronger Introductions   Written by Neil Patel

My name is Nek’ka Migel and I am the founder of Single Moms Unite!, LLC dba Consulting for Single Parents and dba Chaplains for Businesses.  You can sign up for my Single Parent or Chaplain’s newsletters which is sent out quarterly with periodic brief holiday flyers. I am currently taking new clients through the end of the year for Consulting for Single Parents and being a part of your business team as your business Chaplain.  

If you have any social media questions for just starting out, contact me on my Clip Art Landing Page or my Choose to Succeed Referral Marketing landing page. We could plan some time to meet for the 2019 business year as I am at capacity with social media clients at the moment. 

So, to summarize Neil Patel’s 9 tips on writing a stronger introduction:

  1. Keep your first sentence short.
  2. Say something unusual.
  3. Don’t repeat the title.
  4. Keep the introduction brief.
  5. Use the word “you” at least once.
  6. Dedicate 1-2 sentences to articulating what the article covers.
  7. Dedicate 1-2 sentences to explaining why the article is important.
  8. Refer to a concern or problem your readers might have.
  9. But … be careful telling stories.

Thanks for Stopping By.

Sincerely and 

In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel

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Are You Undefeatable as a Single Parent?

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Are You Undefeatable as a Single Parent?

Being a single parent doesn’t mean you’ve been defeated.

Here is one single mom’s story:

 

When we were little, we knew single moms existed.  Maybe we were raised by one or maybe the neighbor was.

There is no one in this world that could have grown up without knowing a single mom but no one knows what it really means until you are one.

No one knows the emotions, the trials and the heartache that comes with it unless you’ve been one yourself. No one understands the sacrifices that we’ve had to take and the choices we have to make on a daily basis.

A lot of single moms relate to one another but not everyone shares the same story.  No one knows how it really is and the things we have to do in order to survive; not only financially but emotionally.  Some people do, in fact, choose to be a single mom and some don’t.  Some never thought it’d be them and there’s so much stigma and misunderstanding when it comes to being a single mom.  It is also very admirable and inspiring. The things that we do for our children are definitely impressive. We don’t always think so but when you were raised by one, you realize how much you didn’t appreciate.

My mother became a single mom the moment her husband died and again years later when my sister and I were born. She had my brother to help but the things that she did, I admire it so much more now.  My biggest complaint was that she worked all the time and that she left me home alone, frequently.  I understand now, she felt she had no other choice.  One thing that always stands out is that she always prepared meals for us and had a clean home.  She managed to do so much with such a busy schedule. She managed to take us to the beach no matter how tired she was.  We’re talking about a woman who was left to do it all on her own with three children and then she had two more later down the road.  Her only support system was my brother and she worked so hard for my baby sister and I.  She did what she had to do, like any mother or any parent out there.

My mother taught me a lot and I didn’t realize it until I became a single mom myself.  I have two children and I barely manage to keep it together.  I barely manage to keep my home clean and make dinner every day.  I think back and I don’t know how she did it.  I have learned so much along the years and I continue learning and growing so much more. We always think we know everything until we realize that we don’t.  I have had to spend more time at work than with my children.  I have missed milestones but I only did  it to maintain a roof over their head and to put clothes on their back.  We don’t have much but we have each other.  I feel like I have failed them so much.  Sometimes, I feel like I’m burdening them with my poor decisions and I feel like I don’t do enough.  I feel like they deserve better but then they tell me how happy they are and how much they love me. That’s when I realize that they see the beauty in me and their life. They don’t need material things…they just need their mom.  Maybe I’ll never be able to be perfect and maybe, I won’t always do enough.  But, they love me beyond my imperfections.

One of the hardest things for me as a single mom is not really the “having no partner”.

It is actually the fear of the unknown.

Sometimes I just don’t know if I’ll have the strength to do things. To be honest, I don’t know how I manage to do most things.  I just do it.  Childcare is expensive but I still have to work.  I have to juggle so many things on my own with little to no family support. I get to deal with all of the good and bad days.  At times, it feels like I have no one that understands.  It’s tough to know that two children depend on me and one mistake can make a great impact.  However, we have gone through so much together and as I look back I am amazed at how far I’ve come.

I don’t have the answers to everything but when I see another single mom, I get it.  I understand the struggles and the hardship.  Now that my mom has passed, I understand her so much more.  I love her even more. Single moms are definitely strong.  I know the love and the happiness their children bring to them is what pushes them to work so hard.  As mothers, we all do what we have to for our children especially in this world that makes us feel like it’s just trying to tear us apart.

I understand now, (all) the things that I didn’t understand that my mom had to do for us.

I see now that being a single mom is hard, overwhelming but very rewarding. We chose to step up and to do what’s right for our children.  The feelings and emotions that come with it are completely normal.  We may mess up a lot but our kids focus on the love they have for us and they don’t judge us. They don’t judge because they love us. Maybe they don’t understand what we have to do as parents but one day they will.

It may not always be easy and we have our struggles just like everyone else.  One thing I know now is that no one can love and do more for our children than us.  We may have wanted things to turn out a different way.  Or we may have chosen this route.

Being a single mother doesn’t mean you’ve been defeated; it means you’re undefeatable!

 

Natasha is a single mom in the closed group of Single Moms Unite!, LLC.  

It has been my pleasure sharing Natasha’s story.  For more stories from Natasha and other moms, check back or subscribe to the Consulting for Single Parent newsletter here.  My name is Nek’ka Migel and I look forward to serving more single parents in the Treasure Valley and beyond!

Below are the links to the landing pages to contact me for a one to one meeting or sign up for specific newsletter(s):

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In Christ Name,

Nek’ka Migel

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