When Things Change

Is it too soon to start reflecting on 2014? Just think, in about 6 weeks we will be in a new year and starting something different in 2015. This might be the NyQuil talking but I don’t think 2014 will go gentle into the good night. At least not for me. This year has been one of so much change. Nothing in my life looks the same as it did on 1-1-2014. I have felt so many great highs and necessary lows.

I got a new (to me!) car and I love running around in it.

I changed my address more than my hair styles.

I downsized my life to the essentials and have never been happier.

I shared my testimony in ways I had only dreamed of.

I broke free with women who are forever sisters.

I let righteous anger turn into something amazing.

A new ministry was birthed out of iron sharpening iron, creativity, and a desire to serve the Lord in a new way #LighttheFuel

I went on my first international trip and it was a mission trip to Nicaragua that wrecked my heart.

I learned how to see and love people the way God does.

I deepened my relationship with God and He has spoken to me clearer than anytime before.

I didn’t let hurt become offense.

I made friends that quickly became family.

I let people in and revealed my insecurities.

I conquered fear.

I let fear back in had my first panic attack in years.

I saw a vision from start to finish and saw God get the increase.

I learned what it means to rest. #Selah

I know how to say no.

I am living without a plan and loving every moment.

And it’s not over! Can you believe that there are a little more than 6 weeks left in 2014?! God has already given me another idea and something to think on that could happen before we countdown the clock on this year. I am so excited for what’s the come, the next chapter in my book, the next brush of Godly design on the canvas of my life. Whose to say what it is to look like in the end but I will continue to say “Yes” and “Amen”.

“Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.”
Dylan Thomas

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