Does anyone have more work ahead than they feel focused, capable, or smart enough to achieve lately? You are not alone! 🙋🏾♀️ I have a tip that I think will help rekindle the passion in the work you do and the ethic you need to sustain to get it done!
I know I am not the only one who has second guessed something God placed on your heart to do. We could allow fear to stifle our faith and we could become stagnant, but we could also trust that God knows us better than we give Him credit for. He created us to love: to love Him, to love others, to love ourselves, and to love this crazy amazing calling.
I refuse to allow pressure to steal my peace. When we redirect the demands for our attention and money which are so prevalent during this time of year to what really matters, we experience incredible freedom! It's time to take ownership of our joy, our gratitude, our reflection, instead of leaving it in the hands of the department stores and promotional sales. Let's take a deep breath and plan to release the pressure.
Today, there are people all over our nation who question whether today is really a happy day. Countless families have been struck by devastation lately, and it can cause some of us to question whether it really is a happy thanksgiving, especially when the absence of a loved one or a dream is exacerbated during the holidays. If you have any doubts in your heart, you are not alone. I'd like to encourage you through the questions in your heart, and it's my hope that it supplies you with new strength and joy.
How much time have you spent worrying about things that you can't change lately? There will always be insecurities that we have to answer for and questions that confuse us, but neither of those get the power to dictate how we choose to respond. I've shared five tips to help you worship beyond the worry. Let's talk...