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Hey, Jude: Jude 1:24 w/ Shakethia “Queen” Robertson

Now to the One who can keep you upright and plant you firmly in His presence—clean, unmarked, and joyful in the light of His glory—

Jude 1:24 The Voice

And now to him who can keep you on your feet, standing tall in his bright presence, fresh and celebrating—to our one God, our only Savior, through Jesus Christ, our Master, be glory, majesty, strength, and rule before all time, and now, and to the end of all time. Yes.

Jude 1:24-25 The Message

To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy—

Jude 1:24 NIV

Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, and to make you stand in the presence of His glory blameless with great joy,

Jude 1:24 NASB

Now, to the one with enough power to prevent you from stumbling into sin and bring you faultless before his glorious presence to stand before him with ecstatic delight,

Jude 1:24 The Passion Translation

Queen began her yoga journey in 2015 as a form of self-care. She soon fell in love with the exhilarating feeling that came with stepping on her yoga mat. The two very important lessons she learned while exploring yoga was how to use breathing techniques to find peace of mind and to have grace and love for her body.

While deepening her practice, Queen began to use her time on her mat as a sacred space to meet with God through prayer and meditation. She soon realized that through the stillness she began to open her heart and ears to God’s Word which in turn helped her in her battle with depression.

Queen completed both her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training and her 100hr Holy Yoga Teacher Training in 2019. Upon completing her Yoga Teacher Training’s, Queen is determined to create safe spaces where individuals can find serenity, gratitude, and self-love while challenging their bodies, hearts, and minds, and souls.

You can connect with Queen at http://sacredspacesyogahtx.com/

Grace is not opposed to effortit is opposed to earningEarning is an attitude. Effort is an action. Grace, you know, does not just have to do with forgiveness of sins alone.”

Dallas Willard, The Great Omission: Reclaiming Jesus’s Essential Teachings on Discipleship

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I dig Jesus, yoga and dirt. In that order.

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