Do you have a hero?
Our kids have heroes, don’t they?
These heroes are usually superhero’s that display incredible strength to fight villains.
As our kids get older, their superheroes move away from make-believe heroes like Spiderman, to real-life people like sports stars, teachers, or pastors.
As a mama, I’ve never had a hero.
I’ve had many people I’ve respected and cared about deeply. But, never a superhero.
I used to live life on my terms, under my strength.
I would pride myself that I could do life independently. I felt so empowered that I could do most things on my own. If I didn’t know how to do something, I would figure it out.
On many levels this trait is admirable. I mean everyone should learn how to be independent, confident, and empowered to try, fail, and try again.
But, today I see and feel the difference between being independent, doing life on my terms, and...
As I reflect on 2018, there was one area of my life that I felt God gently tugging at my heart to do more of.
What is it, you ask?
It is all about allowing God to become greater in my life, while I become less.
Yes, you heard me right. God has slowly, but relentlessly, been showing me that my time is not as important as His time.
Now, let me be the first to tell you how hard this is! I mean, I love my "me" time. And now, I need to give it up?
For a gal who not...
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