Welcome! We’ve created a Special Series for you this month! We’ll
take 4 weeks and focus on 4 elements to ‘Reset’ our lives for Him.
We’re calling it ’4×4 Reset’. If you missed the introduction, you
can find more details here. Each post will feature a READ IT
(scripture verse), a SEE IT (motivation), & a DO IT (challenge/
call to action). Our 4×4 Reset Toolbox is available and has links
to all the posts and to our resources, including our Build a Firm
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Tell it From the Mountaintop
This has honestly been the hardest week of the reset to put together…why? Because our minds are powerful! What we think about we bring about and the words we say to ourselves can be caustic and create wounds that are oh so deep.
And how do we change that? I think we have to come to an acceptance of who God created us as emotional creatures and rely on Him!
Unfortunately I know it’s not always this easy. Many of us in this group suffer from clinical depression and/or anxiety (I’ll admit I’m one of them). I’m thankful that I’ve been able to seek medical and professional help for these illnesses (and yes I refer to them as illnesses – just like high blood pressure and diabetes) and have found relief with the addition of some medication.
I’ve realized that I’m not alone and that I don’t have to be silent about this!! As Michelle stated yesterday, God created us just like this. I have found myself in a deeper relationship with Him through this!!
We are a community of women…a rag tag group of believers…much like 12 men I’ve read about in Jesus’ time. We’re our own tribe. We can be real with one another!! We no longer need to be ashamed of who we are, but instead can use it as a point to grow on!!! We can be perfectly ok with who we are, and still want to move forward.
Click here to watch today’s video, Go Tell It On The Mountain. Yes, it’s a Christmas song, yes I respect the Turkey, no I’m not in the Christmas spirit…but this song represents who we are and what our voices should be saying!!