Write This Down
These inspired words from the Scriptures have often been an encouragement to me in welcoming whatever future God our Father has planned out. It's certainly possible to trust Him completely (progressively) with yourself when you know His heart is good toward you and He is always working with your best interests in mind.
Ephesians 3 (MSG)
The God of Glory
Friends, I've jumped into fear before and so have many of you. Honestly, it can hurt and God’s invitation does not come with the assurance of a pleasant journey, but we're guaranteed to have our Father at our side the whole way. When we choose to act in belief and trust we become living poetry. The kind of poetry that invites a desperate world to pause and take a deeper look. I see another cliff coming into view just ahead and I don't want hesitation or fear to keep me from making another courageous leap. What about you? Who knows if The Lord will use these jumps of ours to do something great in His wild, wonderful world? Maybe someone else will find freedom for themselves, then pass it on to another in need of it?
bringing to a close a truly epic storyline. I’m reminded of a brief conversation between
Bilbo Baggins and Gandalf the Grey as they discussed the unfolding adventure ahead
Gandalf: “You’re going to have a tale or two to tell when you come back.”
Bilbo: “Can you promise that I will come back?”
Gandalf: “No. And if you do . . you’ll not be the same.”
So . . are you ready? 3 - 2 - 1 . . JUMP!
Has He been inviting you to take part in an adventure that you’ve hesitated stepping
- It might be in an area that you fear (even success) and that you are passionate about.
What does your 'First Step' look like?
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