“I waited patiently for the LORD; he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand.” (Psalm 40:1-2 NIV)
I’m working on my relationship with God and myself. I am working on my faith and my walk. I’m learning to spend more time on him and me. More of Him and less of me. I’m learning to open my heart, trust more and share it all with Him. It’s harder than I thought. Sometimes we fall a little harder, it hurts a little longer, we cry a little more, and don’t want to get back up or snap back as quickly. I was there. So there. I’m learning that no matter how long you sit there crying over spilled milk…His love NEVER waivers. He doesn’t leave your side and show up when it’s more convenient or come back at a better time, He NEVER leaves your side. Up until recently I didn’t really believe that…better yet…I simply didn’t know.
I realized that I cannot do this alone and that’s it. I realized that by being independent I was also being disobedient and my life was spinning out of control and I was slowly coming unglued. It was as if I was carrying a huge tray full of different things and they were all at risk of falling over.
I’m working on it folks. I want to be able to see things so much clearer and prioritize better. I need order to keep chaos from re-entering my life. I have to spend more time in His presence and really stay close to Him. I am praying more and asking more, not for me but for others. I am separating fruitful from fruitless and keeping distance from dangerous situations. I am checking myself and accepting my limitations; I simply CANNOT do it ALL! Period! A new season has begun. I am beginning to feel a sense of freedom. Praise God for it is all for His glory!
If you have anyone in your life in need of prayer or you are currently in need of prayer, leave it here. I will pray with you. God’s word says: “Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven.: ~ Matthew 18:19.