Hope in God at every hour, oh, people, and pour out your hearts before him, because he is our refuge.
What is your calling?
We each have callings on our lives:
The universal callings of being human, the grace-filled callings of being Christian, and the spiritual and vocational callings unique to our own person.
What are your gifts? What are your callings?
Your daily vocation, your spiritual gifts, your talents and dreams; the callings and desires that niggle at the back of your heart; the difficult circumstances in which you might be placed; your calling as child, parent, spouse, friend and every other relational role you fulfill (even the roles that do not come naturally) - grace has been given to you, Scripture promises, in measure to each of these.
God has given you all that you need to walk fully in the grace of your calling.
No matter the circumstances. No matter the unforeseen battles. No matter the heartbreak. God meets us, calls us by name, draws forth who we are in him - draws out who Christ truly is in us. Each moment is holy, designed for us to interact with His Spirit as we learn to walk with Him in the full stature of all we have been asked to do and all we have been given to be. We can walk gloriously and radiantly, practically and faithfully, humbly, forgiven and free. We are not destined to hide behind worry, fear or shame.
We can live fully, knowing the One we were created to know and finding ourselves deeply known - and loved - by Him.
This is the heart behind everything I try to write in this space, and I'm so glad you're here!
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I am a writer and teacher, a wife, and a mama of six kids. I write and teach because I have experienced the healing the Holy Spirit’s presence in the deepest and most shame-filled places of my heart, and I want to share that healing with you.
Here’s the dogged belief: we can ‘go there’ with Jesus. We can face with Him the hidden corners of our stories – past and present and future – and can discover his profound Presence and compassion in the parts of us that need it most. We don’t have to hide. There is a heart-healing and future-shaping that happens when we walk out our stories with Jesus, and a perspective created within us that makes all the difference. We know God; we find ourselves known. This is freedom, and we become ambassadors of this freedom for others.
You have been called to live in freedom.
In love, use your freedom to serve one another.