Dear Single Women of God,

Don’t ever feel bad or apologetic about your standards. It is one thing to require that a man make a certain salary or be a certain height (those are preferences). It is another if your non-negotiable standards include that a man must at the LEAST be a real man of God who actually has relationship with Him. You may desire a praying man who spends time in God’s Word. And there is nothing wrong with that. I’ve had conversations with quite a few people who have made comments such as “You just might be the one who brings him to the Lord”. No, thank you. I have been there, not once but a few times. And it is not for ME. Sure, we hear stories of how couples met and one was a believer and the other one wasn’t but ended up getting saved and they lived happily ever after. One thing I’ve come to understand is that not everybody’s story will be MY story. So I am not moved when presented with that scenario like I was just recently. I’m glad these conversations are coming up now that I know who I AM. Two or Three years ago I may have been convinced I was asking for too much. But when you know who you are called to be and know your purpose, you understand that you can’t align with just anybody.
Does our relationship glorify God?
Can we win souls together? That’s what I look for. If I’m down and need encouragement, can you pray for me? If he’s still on the fence we’ll both waver during those times. No thanks.
Ladies, we’re talking about the man who will become the head/the priest of our homes who we must submit to. Do not be apologetic about your standards.
Love, Mizz K ♥
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Mizz K is a poet, speaker, and author of Pain, Promiscuity, Purpose: From Mess To Ministry and Not My Goodies

Woman, God’s Most Precious Creation

In Genesis 2:7, God formed Adam out of the dust of the earth. He blew into his nostrils,
and he became a living person. But, a few verses later in Genesis 2:21-23, God was a little bit more creative when He made the woman. He put Adam into a deep sleep, took one of his ribs and created His greatest work of art, in my opinion, the woman. Have you ever wondered why He didn’t just grab more dust and create the woman as He did the man? I believe He took His time sculpting the body that would be the carrier and deliverer of life. Our bodies are a work of art, custom made.
A woman’s body can carry one or more babies at one time while nurturing and stretching to make room for them! It manages to carry human life for nine whole months, just the right amount of time for a baby to be healthy enough to survive outside of the mother’s body. The woman’s body is so complex, yet miraculous. Its functions can only be the work of God.
Looking at my body the way God sees it changed my entire perspective.
We need to value ourselves more. We need to value our bodies. We need to value the
most precious thing in our bodies, our birth canal. It is both an entry and an exit. Two bodies are made into one flesh via entry into the birth canal, and life is brought into the world through the birth canal.
When you see it for how precious it truly is, you may never allow a man who is not
your husband to see or enter into that precious place again.
*This is an excerpt from my book, Pain, Promiscuity, Purpose: From Mess To Ministry.
It is my story of how I turned my pain and the mistakes from my past into PURPOSE. 
Love, Mizz K ♥

All A Part Of HIS Plan | Spoken Word Poetry {Video}


If you can look back over your life and say, “If ‘that’ didn’t happen I wouldn’t be the person I am today”
If you can look back over your life and say, “there was PURPOSE in my PAIN”…

If you can look back over your life and thank God for UNANSWERED prayers….
If you can look can look back over your life and thank your NAYSAYERS….

If you can look back over your life and say, “What the enemy meant for bad God used it for my good!”
If you can look back over your life and say, “I don’t look the way I SHOULD!”

You should be able to understand…
that even the bad things were all apart of God’s plan