Don’t Disqualify Yourself

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👷🏼‍♀️I have found that so often the things that come easily to me, that feel natural, are generally the support for the call on my life, but are NOT what I’m actually called to.

🙏🏻The things I’ve been called into require me to lean upon the Lord. To stay close to His side, to look to Him for constant wisdom, constant leadership. Where I’m called, is where I need Him most.

👩‍👦‍👦For me, being a mother, is the hardest and most unnatural part of my life. Yet, I’m certain of the call because I was entrusted with these two precious individuals to love, lead, and launch.

❤️‍🔥This particular call on my life is THE a place I seek the Lord most. He loves to co-parent with us. He has the insider scoop into their spirit, heart, and purpose. It is wonderful to seek the Perfect Parent’s wisdom on how to learn and grow as I endeavor to serve them with the best of me.

🤔So, I’m wondering- what unnatural, difficult area of your life keeps you most dependent upon the Lord? Ask Him if this has a bigger purpose than to cause you to feel like a failure all of the time! Don’t be so quick to disqualify yourself.

💥By the way, failing and learning, look a lot alike. The only difference is what we do with the moment. Do we grow? Then we’re learning. Do we quit? Then we’re failing!

💪🏻Get back up! This is actually the place you’re called! And remember with God- all things are possible- and will be worked together for good!

❤️We need you! You are loved!

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About layeredhearts

I am just a woman who would be nothing without my Jesus. He rescued me, and continues to deliver me. He renews my mind daily through His written Word, His spoken Word, and the Body of Christ. I have found freedom, joy, liberty, and strength in Him. In Him, and through Him, I fully believe that ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE. I have surrendered my need to understand and have entered into a place of complete trust. I am a woman who chooses daily to say, "Yes, Lord, I will follow."

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