For Every I Can’t, God Says You Can!

Dearly Beloved,

Are you tired of being sick and tired?  Our very nature often solicits us to our comfort zone or the norm. Life says “You’re tired.” Your schedule says, “I don’t have time for that.”  There’s a host of many other things that we rehearse, and nurse only to deceive ourselves into thinking that it’s okay to be a couch potato.

Zion, I’m coming to encourage us to not accept less than God’s best for our life. In our “microwave society, there’s always a push for the next magic pill, powder, or game changing potion to blink us into our skinny jeans. Reality check: Soooo not true!

Consider this: What if you decided today to honor God by exercising and pure clean eating? Now some may call it old-fashioned or too slow. The problem is that we don’t want to go through the process. Immediate results are what we all desire and need. There’s no point in running yourself in the ground because you’re busy. Answer the following questions: How can I be effective for God and his majestic kingdom being obese, sick, or tired? How can I function properly in all roles God has designated for me if I don’t take proper care of myself?

In short, God desires us to have fresh wisdom in all of our decisions James 1:5. Beloved, rise to the occasion! Show up for yourself for at least 30 minutes a day! YOU are worth it. Consistency is a sure way to bring the desired results. Focus on your target and grow. I promise it will show up in all areas of your life. Until we meet again….

Xoxo,
The Risen Warrior

 

 

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