What if the room for improvement isn’t in God’s plan, but in my ability to rest in him?
No matter how good or bad your heart looks, God wants it. He wants all of it. More than our actions or skills or behaviors or dreams, he wants our hearts.
I am thankful for this journey I’ve been on; now I can steward my freedom well.
We think busyness will equal fulfillment when, in reality, fulfillment begins with stillness.
I wonder what God is trying to speak to us that we’re unable to hear because we’re too busy focusing on other things. What would it practically look like for you to focus wholly on God every day, even if just for a few minutes?
Being a seat-saver is an interesting task, you have to know that you don’t belong there, yet be in tune enough with the Lord to know not to move until the right time. He entrusts those positions to people who will be consistent and stay but will know the right time and right way to leave. If you’re holding onto the seat, holding onto the familiar or have to be escorted out by security, you’re not the right person for the job.