I’m crazy in over my head, and crazy blessed and crazy overwhelmed. Fall is here, and the startup of school has put me in the center of a whirlwind of activities.
Particularly this fall, my prayer is to build my relationship with Christ and manage my time so that I prioritize Him, as well as just honoring Him through my actions!
Hope all is well–
A wonderful friend sent me this in a text as encouragement during preseason the other day. She is a dear prayer warrior and sister in Christ. I hope you find comfort in these words, as I did.
“My love for you is deeper than the deepest sea and higher than the highest heights. It is divine, lavish and beyond your wildest imagination. It penetrates to the deepest caverns in your soul. I love you like My Father loves Me. As I am the apple of His eye, so you too are the apple of My eye. Nothing in your past, present or future will ever cause you to lose My love. I rejoice over you. I take pleasure in all that you do. Walk in My love. Remain in My love. Take confidence in knowing that you will never be outside the fervent awareness of my extravagant love for YOU!”
This post is apologetically late, but I am tired, content, and sunburnt from the most lovely, refreshing day at the beach today. I truly am blessed, and as I venture forth into the unknown of this coming school year I will go with peace. God is fighting for me.
Forever grateful for God’s gracious love and sacrifice. Looking beyond the past to what He has promised us–
As a person who is prone to observing fellow humans, and one who currently interacts with an array of passive, nonchalant, and obscene strangers on an almost daily basis, I connect with the verity of these words:
Kindness is a fruit of the spirit, and I pray to show Jesus in my life through my conduct and attitude.
Cheers to giving your best efforts towards being an amicable human being, even if your daily endeavors aren’t too successful–
I am so, so blessed. In the darkest times and the most joyous He is with me without fail.
Sometimes we need to go beyond our boundaries to discover things that God has in store for us.
Life has again sucked me up into a whirlwind, and it’s about time that I sat down and reevaluated my time management and my priorities. Always remember, He is ever with us. I too often forget it. It is a comfort, honor, and, in its own way, a confession to hear this:
I want to live for Jesus not out of self-obligation but out of love for the amazing and awe-inspiring Creator. He is my rock, and He has promised me salvation. It is through this that I am saved, and I am beyond blessed to live this life on Earth with no need for fear for the future.
Have a blessed week! I hope your summers are faring well. I hope to post some full-fledged content posts soon.
— D. Fayth