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Have you ever had one of those seasons where it feels like the walls are caving in?
Like you just can’t go on anymore because your plan has taken a nosedive?
That time you find yourself throwing your hands in the air and yelling, ‘that’s it… I’m done… I’m over all of this.’
Well, I’m here to encourage you.
You can go on.
You will fulfill your purpose.
You will be glad that you held on.
I write this from first hand experience.
Those in my inner circle will attest to the fact that I too have temper tantrum moments… and on occasion through the snot and tears have made some rather ridiculous comments.
Thankfully, His grace trumps it all.
I was reminded recently that at the core of walking in purpose is giving up the right to do things our way.
This reminder was all thanks to an amazing young lady (that’s a blog for another day – an old soul with the biggest heart, full of potential and promise), who (unconsciously) made me realise that it’s easier to take the lessons from the pain and press on.
Don’t fight the process.
As the purpose unfolds, there’s a process running parallel and so instead of walking/working against the grain… just surrender.
We don’t need to know all the details but simply trust implicitly that it’s all going to pan out as it should – Romans 8:28.
When we choose to walk in purpose, our feelings, emotions and self-imposed deadlines take a back seat because it’s **never** about us.
It’s about a bigger plan, all orchestrated by the Master Himself.
A purpose that drives kindness, peace, hope and compassion. A purpose that comes to life when we choose to serve with (unconditional) love.
So… wherever you find yourself in this moment, I pray that you never choose to stop living on purpose… and just trust the process.
Thank you for taking the time to read.
Stay favoured and fabulous xxx
Gaynor Kast said:
Amen and Amen. God is ever so faithful. Keep the faith, sister!