Happy New Year

I wish everyone a Happy New Year. What makes 2020 different from the previous years? Two thousand twenty marks a very significant year because we reach the Great Grace of God if you believe in the Creator of the world. Our ancestors have experienced a year like in 1717,1818, 1919, and it can take to wait a century before 2121 comes.

May this year brings you all that you wish to achieve in all walk of life.
And may the God I serve shall meet all your needs according to His riches and glory through Christ Jesus.
Once again, Happy New Year
to everyone.

Merry Christmas

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May everyone enjoy the essence of Christmas. Wishing you all the best, and may you receive what you expect from God if it for physical healing financial breakthrough business restoration.

We all know that the Birth of Jesus is the most crucial time of the year; without him, there is no Christmas celebration, and it is very significant to all, especially to those who believe. However, the deeper meaning of Jesus’ birth is to bring light to the world. To save us from the power of darkness and give us a life of abundance.

Merry Christmas, everyone, and God bless you all.

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Just A Simple Smile

It brightens everyone’s day with the smile
It provides enjoyment with a disturbance thought
Hound away from the shadow of dusty
That can occasionally generate us sightless

It creates an excellent mood of others
And as the lukewarm of its lights never wares
Stirring the heart of many who are lonely
And embezzlement away their ache

It wasn’t how we had shared it but how it has given
It acknowledges the charm of the personality
And stuffing the twilight with bright
For everyone who comes into its existence, it’s the reassuring site of hiatus

It is a simple glimpse of optimism that will be there endlessly
With an empathetic of its nature
And affecting you with the influence of charisma
With the proficiency you are never apart

It peeved the barricade of enmity
In a nature that is not invariably charitable
And as it laceration over the annoyance of illiteracy
Granting sympathy just a simple smile

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© 2019 Leonie M.

Exercise Your Spiritual Faith

Dream in times of distress, there is a moment when you lose your hope and begin to think as if there is no realization on everything you wish for in life. The people you expect that they are there for you in times of tribulation, you don’t see them and feeling like nobody there to encourage you. Then you start to think where is God on your behalf.

The only way to overcome all any kind of tribulations is to be born again in Faith with God by accepting Him fully as your Saviour.
I used to think that God is the one who gives testing in life, but when I started reading the Bible, my perspective has begun to change.
I was considering that all that laid on earth was already there long before we were born, and God has had place everything available for His creations.

Sometimes when disease strikes anyone of us, we begin to think that God is the one who was inflicting it into our bodies, and at the same time, we begin to lose our faith towards Him. The truth is that God is compassionate and is always there for us whenever we call on His name. We ought to understand that God is the same yesterday today and forever. He is not the one who gives us testing; it is the Devil.!

In John 10;10 The Devil comes only to steal, to kill, and to destroy, but I have come so that you may have life and have it to the fullest.

( Don’t mix God and the Devil ).

Remember all the bad things that are happening in our lives. It is the work of the Devil. He comes to steal your joy, your marriage, to kill you slowly by inflicting your disease like HIV, Cancer, and so on, and destroy your dreams.

When you’re diagnosed with any illness, memorize these words and exercise regular hours of the day. Keep on repeating, and the sickness will flee from you, but above all else, believe in God through Christ Jesus. ( By the stripe of Jesus Christ of Nazareth I am healed; Devil I resist you get out of my body you have no authority over my life I will live and not die ). Be bold by saying it loud! Don’t die before your time! Exercise your faith because it is the way that God functions to every one of us. It is by faith that we please God.

Thanks a lot for reading and may the Grace of God be with us all.

© 2019 Leonie M.

Live For The Present Moment

Enjoying life to its fullest
Creating a vitality of simplicity of life
That can bring a memory for the rest of our life
As we live for the present
And forgetting the past behind

Sing and dance with an open arms
As if nobody is watching around
And lift your hands high with whole charms
Value every second in your life
Align and prepare your self for what has to come

Never let knowledge to depart from you
Make it as a weapon for you to grow mature
Because there are things in life we can’t control
Nourish it well and above all else put God first
Acknowledging that we live for the present moment of time

© 2019 Leonie M.

The Shadow of You and Me





Remembering all the good things
That moment that we have spent
That you and I have shared
Memories that will always remain
In my heart as well as yours
That we called to cherish all through eternity
We may seem apart from each other
But will never forget the shadow of you and me .

Wander Through The Historical City of Maastricht, the Netherlands

The City Of Maastricht

Brief History

Maastricht is the capital city of the province, Limburg and its located in the southeast of the Netherlands. Maastricht is the oldest city in the Netherlands.

The historical Maastricht have many things to offer to its visitors around the globe. An example are the following: Sint Servaas Bridge, Vrijthof, the cruise on the Maas river, a wide variety of shops, smooth pavement, cafes, restaurant, theatres, museums, lovely squares, and parks, but not only these diversion that makes the city living but also the people who live in the city which keeps life simply more easy-going. This town is the place for food chains and known too for its culinary.

Things to See Around the Town

Maastricht City Hall

The City Hall of Maastricht

The city hall of Maastricht is standing in the heart of the centre of the town. This building was considered as the oldest in the city and well kept by the developer.

Wednesday and Friday, the city hall is always packed with vendors on market days, and it is also the busiest days of the week. You can purchase anything you need at a reasonable price. When buying stuff of any kind during the market day are a lot cheaper compared to an average working day.

Restaurants promenade at the corner of the market square

Though the fact that the main streets are mostly populated with recognizable high street stores, the combination of paved roads and exceptionally well kept old buildings make the city of Maastricht centre an incredibly classy looking place.

Cruise on the Maas ( River)

Rederij Stiphout

4-Sluitzentocht

If you love touring on the river, I guess this is exciting to experience.

This great Cruise arranges a large number of scheduled cruises that sail agreement to a fixed timetable, such as the ‘Cruise on the Maas,’ the ‘ 4 – Sluitzentocht’, ( the 4- Locks Voyage ) including the passage of the ” Stop van Ternaaien.” With the heights difference of 15 meters, and the memorable day trips to any landing place you wish to visit in the area that includes in their list of the programs. To mention – they offer more than just boat trips and great propositions to fill in your daily schedule.

Sint Servaas Bridge

The Sint Servaas Bridge

One of the ravishing historical attraction of Maastricht is Sint Servaas Bridge, with the old and reindustrialized layout.

History reveals that Saint Servaas bridge is an arched stone footbridge across the Meuse River in Maastricht. That keeps alive the memory of Servatius, the first bishop of Maastricht, and it has been called the advanced bridge in the Netherlands.

The bridge made of limestone, and in its current configuration, it is 160m long and 9m wide. Its seven arches each span approximately 12 m and are supported by seven piers. A separate steel drawbridge with a span of 54.5 L connects the east end of the flyover to the east bank of the river. History says that the Romans built a wooden bridge across the Meuse to what is now called Maastricht, in approximately AD50, and the Latin phrase for a crossing of the Meuse, (“mosaic trajectum,”), the Dutch given name of the city. For many years the bridge survives, but it collapsed in the year 1275 from the weight of massive procession, killing 400 people. It’s a replacement, the existing deck, was built between 1280 and 1298 -centuries. The bridge constructed in honour of Saint Servatius around this time.

Vrijthof

Vrijthof Square

Henceforth about Vrijtof is the most popular and considered as the centre of a beating heart known in the city of Maastricht. In here you find beautiful monuments, the fascinating squares, and lovely charming little streets. From the city walls to defensive reinforcement to remains of the distant Roman past and stately Basilica, and from a characterful part, through a former favela area, to one of the most expensive and exclusive shopping streets in the city. Be enthralled by the personal stories of a local who brings the past and present alive.

Sint Servaas Church

The Vrijthof, most always hosted an essential festival at numerous events at the full length of the year, as well as in autumn and winter celebration. Conceivably one the best appearances of the city that merely to appreciate; The Vrijthof that countenance the extensive St. Servaas Church and The Markt which lineament the Town Hall in the town.

Sint Janskerk Maastricht

As a frequent visitor, there is another significant aspect of the city; they connect significant masses of importance to the supremacy of life, public well-being, and social solidarity. For groups, they have many options for a day, afternoon and evening programs, including a lunch, dinner or moonlight cruises.

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© 2019 Leonie M.