On Fire for All Things Christ

Take Root

Isn’t it amazing, the things that God develops in us without us even knowing it?

Has God ever done something in you that you never even knew He was doing? And later, at some point, you open your eyes to discover that God was building this thing inside of you the entire time? Without much thought, you say to yourself …He just popped something inside of me that seemed to appear out of nowhere. But in reality, it was being developed over time. Maybe we were oblivious to its own development because our mind and eyes were fixed on other things, not knowing that a birthing was taking place.

I know a few weeks ago, I mentioned in my first post that I had never (again, I stress never) considered myself much of a writer, specifically, a writer with a passion. (And in all honesty, maybe you are actually thinking that I’m still not much of a writer, so why am I making such a big fuss.) My passion to write is simply from the perspective of a servant who wants to write plainly about what God reveals, in light that it will touch your soul in some way. As small and insignificant as it may seem now, I believe and walk in faith that God is using this in me as a seed for something much bigger, and that this is its soil… the birth place where it takes root.

God has opened this for me as an outlet. To reach out to Him and to others. To release fears and press forward. To express myself in words… writing, talking, singing, praying, teaching and possibly more. To discover more of Him and more of my true self.

I pray that God releases you to discover something that’s already taking root within you.


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