Spoken Word Piece By Malica Williams


Oct 8, 2017
Day 547& 1/2
When the alarm goes off and you don’t hit snooze progress.
When your exercise is walking to the mailbox progress.
When you are only swimming in 12 loads of laundry progress.
When you pull out the vaccuum and plug it in that’s progress.
When you arrive at the grocery store and remember to go in progress.
When taking a shower and having clean clothes feels like vacation progress.
When Chic fil a drive thru feels like eating at a five star restaurant progress.
When the bathrooms are clean and guest are on the there way progress.
When laying down for five minutes feels like a nap progress.
When some one gets mad at you for not doing one more thing, and a time of death was not determined Progress.
When someone is willing to listen and not give unsolicited advice love.
When someone will fold my laundry.
When someone allows me to get four hours of sleep.
When someone will allow me to watch a movie without interruption that’s love.
When someone will cook for me
When someone hugs me and my tank is full
When someone can see I need a moment to myself
When someone requires nothing of me.
Unwritten stories of one who lays down their life on the daily.
As we know the list could go on.
When simple seems complicated slow down.
Phones down head up pay attention to those around you be present.
“Your presence doesn’t take away from me it adds to me.
Your absence takes away from me. “
Malica Williams


Malica Williams is also know for her spoken word pieces. We are honored to add her spoken word pieces to our blog.


I’m a frame with no depth. Moving forward requires me to move the cement blocks entrapped below me.
At least I’m honest about my identity. Gossip wraps around me like sash of honor. clothed in opinions of others.
They came to help me massaging me with their lies telling me put your feet in you need a pedicure. The sand in the bucket felt nice below my feet and the warm water pouring on top. No one told me my feet were about to be in locked with cement dreams of others for me.
Religion was my belt of truth I wore with pride. At least I knew all the rules in which to abide.
I’m not a victim I took every step knowing my direction. No one told me my vision was already impaired.
Peripheral was non existent looking back was to painful, but I could see what was in front of me. Just far enough to let my hope run free.
I had the intelligence of all that google could share with me. Unaware of the grave prepared for me. As I began to fall I screamed out Romans 10:9,10 shouldn’t that save me from the disgrace of everyone before me.
You see when your content is that of the world and diluted truth it can stagger you. Bind you up and torment you.
Our Father God said the truth shall set you free.
Malica Williams


    WE have guest bloggers and are proud to present Malica Williams. She is an amazing woman of God and used mightily in the area of rescuing girls out of human trafficking.
Thank you ,


Artisans are Called by Name

What an honor. God called the craftsmen who were to work on the tabernacle and Ark of the Covenant by their names. Names are very important to God, and His names are crucial for us to know His attributes and character. If you call yourself and artist, be proud yet humbled by the gifts and skills that He has deposited in you.

“Then Moses said to the Israelites, “See, the Lord called by name Bezalel son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah; and He has filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom and skill, with intelligence and understanding, and with knowledge in all [areas of] craftsmanship, to devise artistic designs to work in gold, silver, and bronze, and in the cutting of stones for setting and in the carving of wood, for work in every skilled craft. He has also put in Bezalel’s heart [the willingness] to teach [others the same skills], both he and Oholiab, son of Ahisamach, of the tribe of Dan. He has filled them with skill to do the work of an engraver, of a designer, and of an embroiderer, in blue, purple, and scarlet fabric, and in fine linen, and of a weaver; makers of every work and embroiderers of [excellent] designs.” — Exodus 35:30-35 Amplified Bible (AMP)

Photo by Dominik Scythe on Unsplash

Excerpt from the Book: Hardwired for Purpose: Blazing Trails to Follow God’s Lead from a Creative’s Perspective, A Memoir & Workbook by Jana Rawling

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