Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 5.8.19


A joyful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit dries up the bones.

Proverbs 17:22


They say laughter is the best medicine. It can heal and help you, even in your darkest hour.

Ever laugh so hard it hurts? Ever laugh so hard you cry? That kind of laughter makes you temporarily or sometimes permanently forget reasons for pain, discomfort, sadness and disappointment.

Every day you should find yourself in moments of laughter. Find humor in things and in life.

Those people you see who look much younger than their age are oftentimes blessed with a great sense of humor. Some of you look beat down. Maybe you need a strong dose of laughter to help lift you back up.

Makeup, eyelash extensions, hair dye, toupees, waist trainers, hair extensions, and weaves can’t hide what’s going on inside of you. What’s inside always comes out and plants itself right on top of your face. Good or bad, it shows.

Laugh today. Make someone else laugh today. Watch what happens!


Through the most troubling of times please always place warmth in my heart, where I can always smile, laugh, feel joy, and praise You Father. Let me still laugh even while in pain. Let me find humor even when I’m scared.

When days get dark, let me always find Your light. Let Your energy flow through me so intense that I still want to dance and sing, even in the rain. I ask these things with a smile on my face and joy in my heart. Amen.



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