Hello Everyone,

(This is my first post…so excited!!)

I chose the name Tabitha’s Words because The woman Tabitha in the bible (Acts 9:36-41) really inspired me and her story spoke to me.
Tabitha was a woman who lived in Joppa. She was known for the clothes she knitted, the love she showed to people and the way she cared for others. Everyone loved Tabitha, she put a human face on God’s love. She was a source of inspiration to her community so much as when she died the whole city mourned her death and sought the help of an important man.

What is it that you do for people that creates a space for you in their hearts?
What is it that you say to people that removes the cloud of darkness hovering above them?
What is it that people see in you that gets them attracted to you?
These are questions you should ask yourself and if you’re not able to answer them positively then you need to go back to the drawing board and reexamine yourself.

“There is something inside of you that can bring sunshine into the lives of others no matter how little you think it is”

Are you willing to inspire others?

                                                                                      -Dumebi x




6 thoughts on “Why Tabitha’s Words?

  1. Nice one. I am glad that this is coming from you and that you understand that in life no matter what you are going through DON’T GIVE UP. Love you.

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  2. Great words!
    Good place to start.
    Napoleon Hill said “If you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way”. Martin Luther King personalized that and said “If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.
    Tabitha did small things in a great way. I know you too can!
    Well done…you are an inspiration!

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