I don’t know if you’ve noticed but there is something floating about in this period of time. It seems we all have a dose of it too! I have been talking with some of you personally and I’ve come to understand that we are all going through sort of the same thing!

  • What job should i take up?
  • Where should I be going right now?
  • I want to move but where to?
  • I want to be here, but i’m stuck here…

Sound familiar? I think it’s just that time really! As much as it’s good to speak to others about it, we need to lean on something stronger and more powerful than our own understanding, strength and will. Proverbs 3:5

Trust in the LORD with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding.

Whatever it is you’re facing,  i’m sure God is not sleeping on it! He delights to hear from us, and whilst we all could be praying for ourselves quietly (sometimes disguised as a complaint to God) there is HUGE POWER in prayer and joint prayer!

SO let’s do it. Starting today we shall begin to pray together. If I have your number I will contact you and arrange a time where we can pray together, or DM me on Instagram @destinyjoelivia | email me :destinymalcolmmusic@gmail.com or text me and let’s make contact! Make use of a prayer partner or if you don’t have one, I will be yours! 🙂 

Let’s watch God move!

dest x

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Using Affirmations to Help with Anxiety

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Hello Lovely People!

Welcome back to another post. I’m super excited to be sharing something that is very dear to my heart. Today’s post is a short guide for using affirmations in your spiritual life.

I am a person who thinks through her fingers, which means I write EVERYTHING down to rid me of a headache. Affirmations come into play, often when I’m feeling worried or anxious about something, and i’m sure you can agree with me that words are very very powerful. Because they are so powerful, I use affirmations to affirm my unsteady heart of the promises that God has given me through His Word, or facts that I know to be true, rather than telling myself stories of lies.

A lot of the time, the anxiety we experience comes from what we feed our minds; how we perceive a situation that makes us feel a certain way. For example…

Instead of saying

“I have so much to do and i’m so behind, i’m going to flop this goal now…”

Try saying

I’ve made good progress recently, and I will continue to progress towards my goal, despite the running clock!” 

Something along those lines. You see, you’re not lying to yourself when you affirm yourself of the facts present. You don’t know the future so telling yourself stories of what might happen is not going to help. I struggle with anxiety first thing in the morning at around 7am. It’s when my brain wakes up and says


Me: *heart palpitations as i tell myself to go back to sleep because you’ve just finished a whole degree and its now time for a lie in…*

I have had to start waking up, getting my journal out and writing certain affirmations down. Even before I sleep i get everything out on paper as to reduce that noise in the morning.

See the link below: I have written out my fave affirmations to use when i feel pressed for time and i know i just need to chill out and trust God. It’s printable! And there is a space for you to add your own at the bottom if you want to 🙂

Printable Affirmations

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Let me know how you get on with them, take pictures of them on your wall, write your own and share on insa (tag me @destinyjoelivia) or use the hashtag #keynotesoflife 

I have uploaded a video where I talk more about the context of these particular affirmations so watch that here!

Until next time…Stay Blessed,

Dest x