Mom's Journey Blog

By God’s Grace Alone

People all around me, Christian and non-Christian, think I'm crazy for continuing to hold on to my belief that I will one day become Royal Crown Diamond. God has taught me to be content in Him and enjoy the journey, trusting His promise to make me an excellent Royal Crown Diamond Leader (at the appointed time).

 

Team members above and below just ignore me and do their own thing trying to "make things happen" for them. God has taught me that it's not about the team; it's about staying faithfully committed to the plan that He gave me. 

 

Sometimes thoughts come up that I'm not "good enough" to be a Royal Crown Diamond Leader because of the sinful things I've done in the past, including having a baby out of wedlock and having multiple affairs, desperately looking for love. God has taught me that in Him there is no condemnation; He has freely forgiven me and it's by HIS GRACE ALONE that I will become Royal Crown Diamond in Young Living. It has nothing to do with what I've done or not done.

 

The enemy will continually pursue me, trying to dissuade me and give up on my journey. God has taught me that in Him there is victory, regardless of how things look like at any point during the journey. The longer I wait, the more radiant God's power will shine at the end when God crowns me as a Royal Crown Diamond.

 

Only those that make it to the end will receive the crown, not those who quit along the way. By God's grace alone I will become Royal Crown Diamond in Young Living. I will enjoy the journey every step of the way, standing firm in my faith in God so I can defeat the devil who is ready to devour me.  I will always remember: Only those that make it to the end will receive the crown, not those who quit along the way." By God's grace alone I will become Royal Crown Diamond and it has nothing to do with what my team members are doing at any given point. 

 

"And now to Him who can do abundantly more than I could ever ask or imagine, to Him be the glory now and forever. Amen" (Ephesians 3:20)