20April

Every Day Is Resurrection Day

**This is a post that I previously wrote. But, I felt the reminder is always needed :-). Enjoy your week, and live completely!*****

 

This morning I was in church reflecting on the true implications of the “Resurrection”. To think that God sent his only son to die on the cross, and rise on the third day for our sins. That is such a powerful act of love. How many of us would be willing to die for someone else? Especially, someone who you may not even know. We are so blessed, and it made me realize that everyday is an opportunity for us to move past the things or people who hold us back from living in our purpose.

The enemy comes to seek and destroy, and typically he uses our fears to hold us back. The enemy knows that in moments of fear and frustration, we’re likely to make permanent irrational decisions in temporary situations. This isn’t a new approach, all you have to do is look in the bible. Can you say Judas Iscariot?

The funny thing is that even though the players change, the game still stays the same. We get bogged down in challenging situations, and can’t see the way out. So, we make decisions that deter us from living our best lives possible.

As a caregiver, this is something I’ve felt first hand. I never thought I would be a caregiver, and when it happened it really turned my life upside down. I was living on fear and frustration. I lost myself. But, I’ve found me again and this time I won’t lose her :). I realized I had to do something different. I had to walk on faith, and know my purpose is too great to be deterred. So, I closed the door on darkness and depression; and decided to walk in the sun. Ever since I made that decision, life has been amazing.

Don’t be afraid to let go of the things that cause you pain. The people or situations that make you feel fear and frustration need to go bye bye :). To live in the light, you have to rise past the darkness, and move forward. Every day is opportunity for resurrection, it’s never too late to be free and happy!

Until we meet again!

xo

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