In 2016, I had a major encounter with Christ, and it changed my whole trajectory. Rewind almost two years, I had given my life to Christ but did not truly understand what that even meant. As a result of my lack of understanding, I did not walk as if I had been set free by the son of God; my heart was hardened and I was disobedient. But at the beginning of 2016, after a lot of conviction, I broke off an unhealthy and ungodly relationship and was so thirsty to know God’s heart. I no longer wanted to live a life that was lukewarm, but one that was pleasing to God. This was such an emotionally draining season, but it was also an amazing one because I saw God carry me through it. I never truly knew how beautiful God’s heart was and what his grace, comfort, and love felt like until this point…it was a beautiful experience.
Unfortunately, the devil still exists, and during this time he made it his mission to make me feel ashamed and guilty of my past, despite the fact that God had granted me forgiveness. It took me a while to stand in boldness and to truly kill the lies of the devil. Out of this season was birth IAMKYT, not the physical form, but the mission. When I completely surrendered my life to Christ in 2016, I vowed that I would never look back, that I would not live in shame and guilt, but that I would pursue God and his purpose for me with all my might and that is exactly what I want for you.
IAMKYT is a faith and lifestyle blog launched with hopes to encourage young women to chase God boldly and to march forward in purpose. This mission is met by sharing the love of Christ through devotionals, inspirational post, and my experiences through visual and written storytelling. Women are all divinely sewn with love, power, strength, and grace. Through salvation, God has renewed us, not to sit around but to live with purpose.
Forget the shame and mistakes of the past and focus on the present and future days. The former things have passed away and the best is yet to come! Thanks for stopping by, I hope you stick around!
“The latter glory of this house shall be greater than the former, says the LORD of hosts. And in this place I will give peace, declares the LORD of hosts.” Haggai 2:9