In the end we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
I read these words the other day when I was doing a continuing education study about child abuse. Yes, these words apply in abuse situations, but I had to stop and ponder all the words I’ve left unspoken.
How many times has God put me in a situation and allowed me to be His love and His spoken word for others, but I shamefully said nothing for FEAR of not knowing the Bible, His Word, as well as I thought I should.
Fear is not from the Lord. Especially fear of speaking His word. I pray that when confronted with this fear, I will no longer allow the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realm control and beat me down, that I have the courage and strength to choose God first and above all. I also pray this for you.
😊☔️🐫🎤 In all the run, run, run and go, go, go we need to remember who our one true source of peace, calm and happiness is. Take a moment to just breathe. This video may take a moment to load. I wonder if that might be by design so that you calm and center yourself before it starts.
😎🐫🎤How easy is it to overlook all the small but MIGHTY ways the Lord is showing up and moving in our lives and all around us? I challenge you today and all during Lent to stop and take notice. Even better yet, give credit where credit is do. Thank the Lord, praise Him and glorify Him by your words and through your actions. I pray that others may see God on the move through you, which will bring them closer to Christ. Crank up the volume, dance and sing along with passion to this song.
Happy Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. How will you allow our incredible Lord to move within you and transform you this Lent? Ask that question of Him, then allow yourself some quiet time to hear His response. Remember, His answers come in His time. Please be open and accepting of His words and actions in your life. He has a plan for you, but interestingly enough, His plan for your life is not just about your life.