Let Go

Back in my old stomping ground for a quick visit. Watching the city that never sleeps ‘wake up’, from my son’s high-rise apartment. I love the ‘Big Apple’ for more reasons than one. I may chat about that at another time.

‘ My Message to You Today’

What I want to focus on is that message in the window. I get why my son has this here – he’s a ‘thinker’ sometimes to a fault. You may be one of those who have a need to see every ‘i’ dotted and every ‘t’ crossed before you can operate from a place of peace. You get thrown off balance when things don’t go as planned. Have you noticed that there is an abundance of truth in this popular saying – ‘ everything happens for a reason’? For the most part, things do work out the way they are meant to. And, if not – then we call it ‘ lessons learned’.

For those who are on a journey walking out their faith; maybe your new-found faith in Christ. You’ll quickly find out that you’re in for a ride! Giving over control can be a terrifying thing for some of us. This does not mean you become brainless and exempted from personal responsibility and accountability. It really means following His lead. Why? He knows best and we don’t. He’s the only one who can see around the corner. He’s the only one who knows the future. The only omniscient One! So let go and let Him…

The God who loves you best will never steer you wrong. So here’s a message for those of us who have been overly anxious, worried, or fearful: ‘God is writing your story; stop trying to control the pen.’

***Thanks for reading. Let go and ‘lose control’ today.

Published by Restored Heart

An educator, author, a mom, friend, and a girl who loves that Her heavenly Father loves doing life with her. Passionate about introducing others to the Christ who heals hearts among other things....

7 thoughts on “Let Go

  1. When everything seems out of control, bringing my concerns to God in prayer restores my soul even if circumstances don’t change. He always shows me a way through and sometimes even changes my circumstances. But when I overthink, ruminate and try to figure it all out myself, I become my own worst enemy. His gift of prayer is key.

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