“But you, be strong and do not lose courage, for there is reward for your work.”
2 Chronicles 15:7 NASB
There comes a season in life when you must declutter in order to move on to the next season. It takes COURAGE to let some things go, let some people go, let some places go, and let some memories go.
The worst choice anyone can make in life is rewriting painful memories from their past. There are ‘stuff’ that happened in our lives that we just need to LET THEM GO.
God can RESTORE, REBUILD, REPAIR and REPOSITION you if you choose to let stuff GO!
Whether we are small, or great, man or woman – there are things we have experienced that we must get ready to place the death sentence on.
It’s in our best interest to give ourselves rest on EVERY side.
It’s time to pull down the horrid images we hold in our minds —it’s time for the war in our minds to be over.
You have LESS years ahead of you … the countdown has begun.
The reality is – our days are numbered.
How long are you willing to go on with tattered baggages of the past? You deserve happiness!
God is standing waiting to do an exchange in our lives. We give Him our trash …. and He does the restoration. How He does it? I don’t know, but I’ve experienced the restoration and it works.
Here are somethings we can ponder on if we are ready to let go of our heavy loads:
- God promises to give us new strength
- He will guide us in the right and safe paths
- Even when we go through the darkness … we will walk on and not be afraid
- God protects our going out and our coming in
- He prepares us to be an open display of His goodness where our enemies can see us
- He refreshes and restores our thoughts
- The consistent love of God allows us to find rest in a cool, shady and safe place
When God is on our side, He patiently wait on us to catch our breath and sends us on in the right direction.
God is dependable, reliable and incapable of doing wrong.
My favourite saying, ‘Sounds corny’ … but He is remains unchangeable and awesome”… He stands by His Word!
No more drooping our heads. Shoulders back. Eye contact is in full effect. Speak clearly. It’s time to move on to the next level.