Like you, I have been experiencing more change or adapting then I ever thought I was capable of handling in a two-month period. Amid this process, I have learned a lot about myself. I have learned that when I let go and let God handle my difficult moments, it is in these moments where I gain some strength and understanding. I wish that I could tell you that I have let go and let God 100% of the time, but sadly that is not the case. In the beginning, this awareness stressed me out with the knowledge that I am not “all in” like I should be or like I encourage others to be in my sermons. It was then in this moment, that I remembered that God is not done with me yet and he is not done with you yet either.
So then, in this season, we have an opportunity to develop new expectations. Take the time to journal the things that you want to accomplish in this season and the season to come as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Look to challenge yourself in the ways that let your life be a story that tells others of the Savior who came and lived and died and rose, so that we could live!
Think about it. Pray about it. God bless.