Choosing to believe what the Lord says about us instead of the voice of scarcity is immensely brave. And we are called to live bravely.
I believe that our responses to truth reveal a lot about the state of our hearts.
It’s our honor and privilege to learn to hear and respond to God’s voice as we grow and mature in him.
I wonder how our lives would change if we dared to lean in just a little closer and let the hand of the master restorer work.
We can work from a place of rest, security, and identity, knowing that he is our good Father and we are his beloved children.
Our actions always reveal our value-systems.
Trusting God is much easier to talk about than to actually do, but I encourage you to take a look at what your actions reveal about your view of God.
It’s so tempting to jump into something without thinking a whole lot but I believe that we’re supposed to examine the season and respond accordingly.
Trusting God with all of our hearts, not just specific compartments, is how we were made to live. And I believe every day is an invitation from God to do just that.
While I still know nothing about gardening and have nothing short of a black thumb, I see the value in the gardening metaphor.