You're NOT created to be STUCK.
YOU'RE CREATED TO MOVE!
Ready to move away from a self-defeating mindset and move towards all God has for you in life, love, and purpose?
Do you find yourself:
Not feeling good enough - like you'll never measure up?
Constantly stuck with the same struggles in life?
Confused with knowing your value and who you truly are?
Wondering if whether or not you're worth it?
At your wit's end and ready to just give up?
“So if my behavior contradicts my desires to do good, I must conclude that it’s not my true identity doing it, but the unwelcome intruder of sin hindering me from being who I really am.”
Romans 7:20 TPT
For those of you who are currently in a dark place this season, I want to encourage you, Jesus is standing in the dark with you. No matter where you are, how you got there, or how lonely you feel, you’re not alone.
He’s Standing In The Dark With You
What does it mean to contend for God’s perfect will in the face of adversity? Is it even possible?
The more I study the mind and the more I practice the principle of focussing my thoughts on positive things, even in the face of adversity, the more I’m convinced as I change my mindset (my attitude) and shift what I’m focusing on, my life begins to be transformed.
We all have a story. We all have “baggage” from our childhood, from broken promises, from hardships in our relationships, from adverse circumstances. But are we defined by our “story”? Or are we something more? Something unique? Something beautifully crafted by ONE who is mightier than we are?
Forgiving someone who deeply hurt us can feel like trying to scale a wall that’s just simply not possible. Even considering it, makes us feel sick to our stomach. Depending on how close the relationship is, the wound can feel too deep to just simply “let it go”.
What happens when God asks you to do HARD things? Things that feel insurmountable, like forgiving the one you love when they break their promises? How do you put a 100% of your trust in God when you’re doubled over with the pain of past hurts and paralyzed with fear of what the future holds?