Often times the hardest thing to do is what we don’t want to do (duh!). It’s especially hard when what we need to do is sure to affect normal routine, make waves, or even put a strain on close relationships. Perhaps none of those are your case and you’re even excited about doing whatever it is, but you just can’t bring yourself to do it or find the time. Whatever the “problem”, you’re not alone – let’s figure it out together!
Today we’ll focus on the root problem, prioritizing, and taking action. Grab your prayer or devotional journal and bible, curl up and let’s get into this! If you happened to miss the first Bible study on Confidence, you can check it out here!
Recently I was faced with an extremely hard decision. For literally the first time in my life, choosing to do what Jesus was telling me to do was the hardest thing. Not because I was lazy, but because of what it would cost me. Yet Jesus in his unfailing love and grace, cleared the way for me. While it was hard, it brought the greatest peace knowing that I was doing the best thing. In the end, God has brought bountiful blessings through my choice to follow him.
“Jesus is the truth in every situation.” This quote, is one that that I heard not so long ago. It hit me like a cold gush of ice water. I already knew, but I needed a reminder!
Now it’s your turn! Share your testimony, stories, thoughts, or prayers in the comments below. I would love to hear them all. May this be a circle of Vibrant Womanhood!
Read the previous Vibrant Womanhood Bible study, The Confidence of Christ!