“I have no regrets. I couldn’t be more sure of my ground—the One I’ve trusted in can take care of what He’s trusted me to do right to the end.So keep at your work, this faith and love rooted in Christ, exactly as I set it out for you. It’s as sound as the day you first heard it from me. Guard this precious thing placed in your custody by the Holy Spirit who works in us.” 2 Timothy 1:12-15 (MSG)
Over the past few days there was a collision course of activity in my life. At times during the day, it felt as if I were surrounded by the thousands that followed Moses as he led them through the wilderness. I can assure you that from my small corner of the world, anything that is accomplished by the Lord through me certainly pales in comparison. The number of moments to spiritually invest in others was seemingly doable but only if each activity had not crossed at the same moment on the timeline. Has this ever been YOUR story?
Old relationships deepened, new relationships encouraged, words that left my heart would be repeated 10 times or more over the course of 24 hours. Yet, in the landslide, I was at peace, reminded by the presence of God in my life, to hold true. To be sure of my ground….His ground….claimed for the furtherance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, encouraging the seeker and speaking life into the spiritual journey of those that proclaim Jesus as Lord and Savior.
I have been entrusted with the message by the One who has written on my heart to do “right to the end”.
So, I encourage you today, beloved of God, to keep at your work. If you seem to be on a collision course that may seemingly derail you. Keep the faith, find power in and rejoice in the love that you are rooted in and through Jesus Christ. We do this in His strength and power, one step at a time.
“Guard this precious thing placed in your custody by the Holy Spirit who works in us.” 2 Timothy 2:12-15
While we all grow weary at times, going away to rest was Jesus example. I am praying for you today that you will flourish in strength, love and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Living simply….simply living!
Thanks for this encouraging post, Melanie! Living life with no regrets and always seeking God’s peace and presence in everything is a great way to live. God bless!
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Thanks for stopping by with the blessing ! I am so small in the whole big universe but I remain committed to loving others in the name of Jesus. Going wherever He leads has brought such fulfillment in spite of the moments of regret. They have no power over us beloved. He’s got this!! #noregrets #nolookingback
Thank you for this encouraging post, Melanie! Living life with no regrets and always holding on to God’s presence in our lives is such a wonderful example! Thanks and God bless!
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Blessings and much love! Be encouraged! Jesus in near!
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Great post! Thank you. I often get derailed when I make big plans, and I know God’s plan is for us not to give up on the dreams he’s put in our hearts.