Godllywood Challenge #6
“Each week has been a challenge for me to fulfill the tasks. For the 5th one, I asked God to show me what was contaminating me and He did – my tongue, by judging my husband and criticizing him in front of other wives.There is no such thing as a perfect husband and I must act with wisdom becoming a V Woman and to give a testimony of a servant of God. Since the Godllywood Challenge started, I have done a self-analysis and I feel ashamed of all my flaws because I thought I was Miss Perfect when in truth, I am just as flawed or even worse than others. I am making an effort to change and my husband has noticed it already. May God bless all who are in this challenge and may He give us strength and wisdom to fulfill all the tasks with perfection.” Sandra Pereira
“After some time and spending time with the people in the church, especially with colleagues of the Youth Group, a lack of respect starts to arise, (it’s not that I don’t respect, no…) it’s looking at people with different eyes, especially the leader. For example, lacking fear or even not seeing things as holy anymore. You can even forget that God Himself has put him there. Sometimes, his actions made me question myself…And I don’t have that right, even though I have my flaws as we all do. I have no right to question his actions…I am humble to recognize my error. My Lord showed me where I needed to change. My eyes weren’t as pure anymore as in the beginning. It’s not easy! If I weren’t in faith, I would have failed to notice this!” Pamela Moreno
“Even in the small thoughts that come to us, which seem so innocent at that time, we must be careful because that can become rooted in us and later turn into an action or an explosion of discrimination or evil eyes! Not so long ago, I had the habit of judging people’s actions – members, assistants, pastors and groups. I would always find flaws and that would hide mine. Now, I am working on myself, fighting to change once and for all. Every time I find myself having these thoughts, I switch “channel” and elevate my thoughts to God and how I can be more useful to His work. And if I must recriminate anyone, let it be myself, after all, I have much to change and it’s unfair to judge anyone around me!” Gylliene Bortoloni
“Look, Mrs Cris, relating to this challenge, I realized that by looking and admiring the wives and my friends so much, in other words, people I see as role models,it actually started corrupting my eyes towards them. I started to be too fanatical and started to focus on their mistakes (they are only human). This caused me discomfort inside as I started having a distorted vision of them. The ones who are always there for me… I thank God that my eyes opened and now, I am watchful when it comes to that.” Carolina Borges
Author of the books "Better than a new pair of shoes", "V woman" and "Casamento Blindado" (Bulletproof Marriage). Founder of "Godllywood" and "Rahab Project". Presenter of "The Love School" at Rede Record.