Happy Monday, Overcomers! It’s that time again!
I had a weird experience yesterday that I want to tell you about. I was driving down a back road in Georgia (I wasn’t speeding this time), and I noticed a car behind me and he swerved a little, venturing a little off the road. If you know anything about back roads in Georgia, you know that you don’t have a lot room for error.
The road switched to two lanes and the driver passed me. I slowed and stayed a good distance behind him because I saw him swerve a couple more times and veer just off the edge of the road.
I began praying for the driver. I asked the Lord to protect him and help him make it home safely. I prayed that whatever his physical or mental condition was that he would make it home safely. I prayed for the angels to protect him and guide him safely home. I prayed for his peace and his salvation. In that moment, I felt the weight of this man’s life.
This is how I see you, beloved. I see you headed toward your destination. You are on your journey towards healing and wholeness. I see you swerving a little. I see that you get tired sometimes. I see that you sometimes feel hopeless in the process. I’m praying for your strength. I’m praying for your faith. I am praying for your life, your purpose. Don’t give up. Keep working your process. Your best days are ahead of you. It will be worth it in the end!
Thought for today:
Make sure you are healing and not just growing accustomed to the pain.
When a person has surgery, the doctor may tell you to wait six weeks before participating in certain activities. By week three, you may feel good enough to move furniture, but know that when/if you do, you will injure yourself, and could possibly end up back in surgery or in worse condition.
Work your healing process. Pay attention to your heart, mind, spirit, and body. Be healed. Be delivered. Be set free.
Remember, God loves you.
I love you.
You are loved.
You are worthy of love.
No matter who dropped you, God willingly picks you up.