I know, for me, I need all of the strength I can get to get through each and every day. And, when those arms are always open and ready to give hugs, shouldn’t we embrace that? Embrace Him?
Why wouldn’t we want a solid relationship with Papa since He is the ‘source of wisdom, patience, and power’?
Man. Think about all of those teachable moments that present themselves all throughout our days. This wisdom being shared with your loved ones right within your four walls is magic. It’s what gives us power. Because now we’ll know what not to do because the consequences have already been experienced by someone whom we can trust. A Reliable Resource, if you will.
And, wow! Jesus and everyone is present a lot when I am needing patience. Raising two little ones, and juggling all of the every day deals can get a little taxing…can I get a “That’s for sure!”? We’re all blessed with the golden fairy dust if we want it to come our way, that is. My fairy dust has me counting backwards from ten, turning up the music, walking into another room for a minute or two or three, closing my eyes and breathing, slowly…all of these strategies work great. I thank all of the energy that fills my soul during my crazy times of crazily needing patience! 😛
And, then, there’s power. My favorite. It’s been awhile since I have read The Secret and watched the video on Netflix, but, what I remember and apply daily is remembering to say out loud what we want to happen and not what we don’t want to happen. The universe doesn’t hear the word NOT, only the words that follow. Point is, there’s power is our words. And, our mindset has to be right. We have to keep the faith and keep Papa feeling proud. Essentially, we have control over our lives. It’s the power that we receive when we believe. Ooh. I like that!
I do not believe in coincidences. This universe is a big energy ball. Let’s be glittering specks of light, okay?!
“Papa, we’ll continue to show our appreciation towards You, and, help others. Together, we can certainly meet the challenges of today. Thank you.”
2 Peter 1:1 – 11 His divine power has given us everything we need for a godly life through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.
“Thank You, Father, for giving me everything I need to serve you and encourage others today. May I honor You in all I do.”