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?
“They will be known as Mighty Oaks of Righteousness, planted by Yahweh as a living display of his glory. They will restore ruins from long ago and rebuild what was long devastated. They will renew ruined cities and desolations of past generations.”
Isaiah 61:3-4 MSG
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’s entangling you from doing the very things you feel God has called you to do in THIS season?
The season that’s bringing you to your knees.
Not the things you should do – but what He’s actually called you to do?
I sense we’re in a time where hope for the hopeless is trying to birth from deep within but something keeps getting in our way and blocking our path. Keeping us entangled and going round and round – making no forward progress.
Every year at some point during the Christmas season, I find myself feeling frustrated with the fact that I can’t ‘do it all’ AND still give room for the true meaning of Christmas to be re-birthed in my heart.
This re-birthing is the most important part of the Christmas season to me. Otherwise, it’s just A LOT of work!
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?