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Welcome to Bailey Hued’s blog.

Welcome to Bailey Hued’s blog.

God has called me to write about my experiences and how He has shined through for me, how He has saved me, how much He loves me. I do not doubt that what I write will help someone, why would He otherwise ask me to do this?

So, this is a personal memoir you can say, containing my life experiences and personal journey with God, where I will share my stories on lessons learned, my interpretation of God’s will in my life, and a greater awareness gained by God.

Our walk with God is very personal, so you might think I am crazy at times, and you might be right but please bear in mind that these are my encounters with God, or what He leads me to write about.

Even though I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Saviour in 2006, it has only been the last few years that I have become closer to God and have a better understanding.

Since July 2020, my relationship with God has strengthened by leaps and bounds.  It was only when I was living alone, in a new town with no friends, being brought down to my knees and feeling broken, that I grew.

God needed me in that position so I could understand His love for me, so I could realise that I need His strength and guidance every day.

I remember sitting on my office floor, crying, realising that I really don’t have the strength to carry on.  I had tried everything in my power to control my situation.  I couldn’t.  And in that moment, I gained such beautiful clarity on 2 Corinthians 12:9 – “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.

It was such a freeing moment for me – I didn’t have to be strong anymore.

I have become very aware of His presence in my life, and it keeps changing my life.  Every day I am amazed by His love for me, a love I will probably never understand until I am with Him one day.

Through my writing, I desire to inspire, give hope, and perhaps some answers to others going through difficulties in their life.  God is always with us, we simply need to accept Him and practice the pause to hear Him.

Keeping it simply raw and real.

Your sister in Christ.

God bless.

Isaiah 58:11- The Lord will guide you always.

Comments: 2

  1. Elgean Keel says:

    Beautifully written ❤️

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