The secret to significance is simple, it’s simplicity.
Serving dinner is a simple thing, but I’m learning that it is the simple things that add up eternal things in the kingdom of God. Like Lydia, who opened her home to Paul and Silas. She didn’t know that her hospitality would one day find it’s way into the oldest and most historically accurate book in the world. Neither did she know that the believers which she served in her home would change the world.
It’s time you overcame overwhelm. Being overwhelmed is not wrong, it’s just like when a wave overtakes the shore. Each wave that recedes takes with it shells and sand. In the same way being overwhelmed steals from you. It steals joy, productivity, creativity and so much more.
While you’re overwhelmed by all your goals please know that the best thing you can do to get more done is to overcome overwhelm. So, settle down and follow these three simple steps to overcome overwhelm:
It’s time your yes meant yes and your no meant no. You’re like the girl from 27 Dresses who doesn’t know how to say no and gets herself in a whole lot of things she never meant to all because she couldn’t say N-O. So, let me teach you a new way to think of the word no.
Saying no requires a yes.
Elsa was wrong.
Letting go doesn’t always feel god. Sometimes it even hurts and feels wrong. Just remember pain doesn’t mean it’s wrong. You hurt much because you loved much, and that’s okay. Jesus tells us to love deeply.
This week has been a hurricane of conference prep, crunching numbers, book launch #2, catching up with friends who are home from college, and goal setting.
Do you know why this surprise took your breath away?
Life is not a bad as it seems.
When all you want to do is cry but you know in your heart you should be jumping up and down praising God, remember Satan is a roaring lion looking for who He can destroy.