Michelle Wyatt is a retired teacher from the state of Delaware where she resides with her husband, children, and two dogs. She enjoys writing, cooking and spending time with her family. Michelle has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware in Elementary and Special Education, as well as a master’s degree in Applied Technology from Wilmington University. Michelle has spent most of her life teaching special education students, and coaching teachers. After teaching for 25 years in the public-school system, God called her out of teaching without a vision or a plan. He promised to take care of her no matter what. So far, He has kept His promises. She began to seek the Lord and pray each day. While praying, the Lord gave her a plan filled with divinely inspired words that became her personal journal, that eventually included poetry, and finally became a book.
Michelle is a teacher and author who hears from the Lord. She began her awakening while going through some tough times. She experienced some trauma that she found difficult to deal with as a child, and later as an adult. When the storms of life began to blow, she found herself seeking direction. Through counseling, prayer, and meditation on the word of God, Michelle has been able to overcome her adversities. She stands firm on the scripture found in
Ephesians 4:22-24 That ye put off concerning the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts; and be renewed in the spirit of your mind; and that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness.
Michelle plans to spend time in retirement writing books and blogging, as well as working with others who have experienced traumatic experiences. She encourages men and women to know that trouble will not always last; joy will come in the morning. This message resonates through her poetry and prose. She uses words to express, encourage and worship Jesus, her savior.
A city hidden on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead, they put it on a stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. Let your light so shine before men that they may see your good works, and glorify your father which is in heaven.
What do I do when the world comes crashing down like waves tossing in the sea?
How can I stand when my knees start to buckle, and the enemy is laughing at me?
I will but on my armor because I am at war with the enemy of my soul.
I will plead the blood of Jesus; He tells me to stand back and watch Him take control.
This is my war cry.
I am not going to worry; I am not going to fear when Jesus has got my back.
He will send out His angels to help me along when the enemy tries to attack.
So, come all His children and Let us praise the Lord. Our God is going to come through.
His victorious army is clapping their hands because they know what your God is going to do.
Michelle has a message to anyone who has embarked on their own personal journey: “Never let a day go by when you do not pray and spend time with the Lord. Always keep the Lord first, and never, never give up.” She dedicates this poem to anyone who is going through trials and tribulations.