Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:6-7 I tend to worry. A lot. In those moments of worrying,… Continue reading WorryWorm
I don’t know your personal situation, dear reader, but I can tell you from experience (and lots of it) that bottling up your emotions will not end well for you. Have you ever noticed that you never feel any better while you’re hiding your pain from others? That’s because in the end, the only one who is hurt or bothered by your whistling tea pot of emotions is you.
Waiting is definitely something I have struggled with. Just when I feel sure of myself in my wait, BAM! Impatience, doubt, worry, fear and sometimes even frustration set in. I’ve even told myself that this season is just a “waiting period” and that it will be over soon. I console myself by thinking of possible… Continue reading Wait.
“Change – n. the act or instance of making or becoming different.” I’ve never really been the type of girl who enjoys change. I distinctly remember drawing a very solemn Stitch on my whiteboard during the last few days as a freshman in college. Those who I considered to be my life-long brothers and… Continue reading Embracing the Dreaded Change
Prayer Journal entry from Sunday, February 28, 2016: God, I felt your Spirit. I felt you in the wind as I spoke, and I know you helped me speak directly to his heart. I felt my flesh fighting against you. I wanted so badly to leave things out and to just hold him… the pain… Continue reading Taking the Leap