Personal growth is the result of re-evaluation.When you discover a place, a relationship, or a situation that hinders the possibilities in your life, then it’s time to make some moves. Our lives are meant to be used wisely.
Personal growth is the result of re-evaluation. Our heavenly Father is definitely into reviewing things and making alterations based on circumstances. In the Old Testament, He declared the city of Nineveh null and void until he saw that they repented from the heart. He changed his mind about them. Originally, when it was time for Isreal to exit Egypt, God wanted to just use Moses, but because Moses was so insecure about his speaking abilities, he told Moses to take his brother Aaron with him. That was not the first plan. When you think about it, the fall of Adam was not the first plan either, but God made the glorious adjustment. Reexamination can lead to beautiful results. Continue reading “My Personal Revolution”
I’m working on new habits as I focus on my transformation from church zombie (someone that goes to church and doesn’t think for themselves) to a real person.
All things are lawful for me, but I will not be enslaved by anything.
I Corinthians 6:12 (b)
Eating and food have always been my comfort and my coping mechanism since I was a girl. This is something even Jesus couldn’t shake from me all these years, but now that I’m more focused on me and building who I am, I’m zooming in on bad eating habits. Continue reading “Mindful Eating and the Battle of the Bulge”
I’d like to tackle a particular scripture that says God will not hear the prayer of sinners. Those that take a literalist view of scripture will say that it means what it says without reference to context and the character of God. One of the greatest detriments to the gospel is teachers that don’t fully explain scriptures but simply repeat them the way they heard them. There has to come a time when Bible teachers reconcile real Christian life with scriptural fallacies. Continue reading “Truth Be Told”
What we mediate on is so important to our mental and emotional health.
I spent so many years thinking about the welfare of my church that now, sometimes, the slightest mention becomes an automatic trigger down a rabbit hole. You don’t grieve over something you didn’t love. Continue reading “Healing My Mind”
I’m grateful for the life I have now. This one life you’ve given me. Since I handed my life over to you, it has not been easy. I feel peaceful this morning though. Leaving my beloved church behind has been enlightening. I lived that way for 35 years because I believed with all my heart that there was no other way to live but our way, but you showed me the fallacy of that thinking.
Continue reading “My Letter To God”