Why Brenda Jons was absent from social media for three months

Content creator Brendah Jons took a three-month hiatus from social media, which she described as the best vacation ever, to focus on her spiritual growth and hear God’s voice more clearly.

“For such a long time, I was defined by social media; it was all I knew. It was about time I learned who God says I am,” Brendah wrote on Instagram, referencing Jeremiah 1:5: ‘Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you; before you were born, I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.’


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She further explained, “I needed to know who that person is and how He defines me. What a faithful God! I’ve managed to read the Word more and meditate on it. When He says in John 10:27, ‘The sheep recognize the voice of the shepherd, the one who feeds them, guides them, and protects them,’ I now hear Him more clearly. How beautiful. I missed you, friends. Catch me up—what has the Lord been teaching you?”

In September 2022, Brendah announced that she had been born again the previous month. She shared her journey: “This year, I lost friends, some who betrayed me, and some who couldn’t go on with me. I almost lost my life to alcohol and to things I can’t even testify to yet. I made really bad decisions. I didn’t know I could make it out alive; I never knew it was possible to come out on the other side.”


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She continued, “I never knew I would come back to Christ this soon, but He found me and carried me home because of His love and mercies. On August 7th, a long-time friend and I reconnected. She talked to me about Jesus and reminded me of the days I used to really serve God. In my heart, I knew it was time to come back home. That same night, I gave my life back to Christ. I knew it wasn’t going to be easy, but since I had known God for so many years, I knew it wasn’t a mistake.”

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