Be His.

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Life moves really fast and I think we all know that – especially if we are bombarded by so many distractions. We’re tossed from the movements of everyday moments and the loudness provided to us simply when we open the lock screens on our phones. It all demands for our attention, and surely, it is important. Somehow, a lot of excess creeps in and we drift into it’s rhythm. Before we have realized it, we’re sailing in a direction we never set out for.

I think that’s what the remainder of 2015 has been for me… Drifting. The fall of 2015 was a hard one to push through. I found myself unmotivated, burned out, tired of keeping up with the rhythm of a sound I did not recognize. It left me stagnant, yet aching for God. Still, as much as I desired Him, I let my eyes shift to the mini distractions that slowly pulled me from staying passionate about Jesus and others. It happens, but it’s not my heart. I was losing myself in the process.

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Keep Running.

The last two years have been some of the most stretching years for me. Stepping into a new church, new friendships, refocusing on a city I was happy to get away from in my youth and processesing a whole lot of heartbreak and new happenings… I’d love to tell you that answering the call of God was this easy leap of faith. I’d like to tell you it cost me nothing. I’m starting to think of my decision as more of a daring dash into the unknown. It has caused my muscles to ache, tears, a revealing of my weaknesses and even doubt. I nearly sabotaged it with insecurity, hurt from the past and wanting to be a spoon-fed believer rather than a woman who knows she can walk into a room with the authority given to her by God to kick the devil’s ass.

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Keep Your Wonder

   …they never cease to say, “Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!” And whenever the living creatures give glory and honor and thanks to him who is seated on the throne, who lives forever and ever, the twenty-four elders fall down before him who is … Continue reading Keep Your Wonder