Over the past 6 years, I’ve been working to develop a spiritual relationship of my own understanding. One that feels good to me, that feels aligned with my beliefs, and one that I can develop consistently with faith. I encourage you to do the same!
Our spiritual relationship does not have to look like mine but it should be one that you can deeply feel and rely on to know that you are always supported and guided!
Today, I am sharing from our devotional:
Let today be the day you start telling the truth. Let today be the day you start telling your story. Let today be the day you do something about that thing you can’t go a day without thinking about.
God is asking you to stop dismissing the gifts he’s given you while wishing for someone else’s. To stop hiding your story away believing it disqualifies you from what he has for you. He wants you to lean into the places he’s calling you. And to stand in unqualified awe at the miracle it is that we get to do this with him every single day for the rest of our lives.
Let this be the year you commit to showing up. To telling the truth as best you know how. You never know, it may be your voice that finally gets through to somebody.
Your story is not a mistake.
And the place where your gifts meet your story has the power to change lives. Most of all, yours.
“Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come.” -Proverbs 31:25
My prayer for each of us today:
Renew our minds, lift our spirits, provide us with overflowing creativity, strength, and energy today. Empower each of us to do everything that we are being called to do in this season. And so it is. Amen.
Next month I will be hosting a daily devotional group, if you’d like to join text DEVO to 503-386-2981.
Sending you lots of love,
Written by Carmen Ohling
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