With All I Am, is a blog I started to encourage youth to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, strength. With all they are to know what they believe and why they believe. With all it takes, to know God. For the more you know Him, the more you love Him.
Prayson Wilfred Daniel
I am by grace, mercy, will and pleasure of God the Father, called and drawn to Christ Jesus, his Son, as I am solely kept in the Son of God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, for the glory and majesty of the Triune God’s name and fame.
I am Tanzanian, married to a God treasuring and fearing, wonderful Danish lady Lea, a father to a wonderful daughter, Eloise, student of Theology and Philosophy, youth pastor and street evangelist who wish to make others be glad in God.
The Cross of Christ is at the center of my marriage, ministries and passion. It is the power of God that enables me to enjoy and delight in Him as I make much of the Triune God.
I am theologically reformed, holding the truth stance that Paul, Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Martine Luther, John Calvin and Jonathan Edwards held. I am writing articles that reflects my love of Reformed Theology, Apologetics, Philosophy and Church History. “In Christ Alone” by Stuart Townend and Keith Getty tells all about my story.
“You each need your own RoadGuide. All who walk the red road must read it. Repeat its words until they flow from your heart like water from a fountain. You must study the map, or you will get lost…or stray from the road…or be unprepared for what you encounter on it.” (From Randy Alcorn’s Edge of Eternity)
I am a born and raised southern girl from the USA, newly married to a northern German. Brought together by our love for our King and His vision for our lives, I am learning more each day, through the relationship of marriage, about the love of Christ for His church. While studying my RoadGuide, my Bible, and gleaning wisdom from the writings of giants in the Christian faith, I am everyday amazed by the power and wonder of God’s grace, love, and unending passion for a fallen people.
To be passionate for the Lord in heart, and in wisdom, is my desire. Not only loving only with my heart, soul, and strength – but also with my mind.