Monday again! I pray you all have an incredible day!
You ever had to walk a long distance or be somewhere on time and then you realized that you left something? We all have this arbitrary point of no return, where it’s like…I’m not going back, it’s not worth it. How far I’ve come in my journey is greater that what I have to go back to get. It’s the same way when you fully commit your life to God. You have this Aha Moment, where you’re like “I don’t have time to play with my Salvation.” I don’t need to go back to the person I used to be, I don’t need to do the things that I used to do, because God has a better plan for me. I had this moment in full clarity with tears streaming down my face. It was a conscious decision that I was done playing one foot in and one foot out, and that I was fully ready to be used as a vessel for the Lord.
If fasting showed me one thing, it showed me that I was being lazy in my purpose, that I was dragging my feet. It’s like when your mother tells you to wash dishes and you wash them two days later. When she told you to wash them she meant now, and not on your own schedule. They (and idk who they are lol) say it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. Some of the things I’ve spent the last 21 days doing are now apart of who I am. They’re apart of the person that I want to be. So the questions you have to ask yourself… Have I come too far in my journey to turn around? Am I willing to sacrifice everything I’ve worked for, just to hold onto something in my past? And am I willing to lose some people along the way? (Everyone won’t be available for your journey.)
Anyway, I pray you all have a great work week. I love you and I leave you with this…
Proverbs 16:9 NLT
We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps.
Thanks again, God bless and One love.
-Quellz (komplex simplicity)