I’m laying it all out today. I share the moment my anxiety got out of hand and how I found healing in part, through Bible quotes.
For someone who has needed lots of grace, I’ve needed more. This post explains what may look like faults and mistakes to others are actually saving me.
If courage is willing to take risks for Jesus Christ, let me encourage you that you don’t have to be thrown to the lions like the martyrs of old to be considered courageous. Take your all your kids grocery shopping, say “No” when everyone says “Yes” or “Yes” when everyone says “No.”
Anytime I write on Bible verses about patience-my patience gets tested! But I have a combat plan and isn’t listening to St. Paul who tells me “not to worry.” Well, it kind of is, but telling me not to worry is like telling you not to think of an apple. What did you just think about? An apple!
For the past four years I’ve been making decisions from a place of exhaustion and pain. I’m coming out of a hard season with loads of grace and revelations.
One way to spot bravery is to recognize who can control their emotions and who cannot. The brave person strives to master their emotions while the coward flails about recklessly.