Listen . . .
Think On This . . .
The thing is . . . settling occurs when we let the stuff pile up . . . because we are overwhelmed and burdened by it.
I’m not saying it’s easy to surrender whatever comes our way, especially the unfair–difficult–how-can-this-happen-to-me-stuff; however, we have the choice to allow it to manage our life, settling for something different than what could be with God.
One of the most important aspects of surrender is taking the time to be quiet, seeking the presence of God.
The thing is . . . surrender . . . isn’t almost.
A key element of surrendering is taking action to remove something residing within our life, occupying the space reserved for God.
Word . . .
“Lord, I will worship you with extended hands
as my whole heart explodes with praise!
I will tell everyone everywhere about your wonderful works
and how your marvelous miracles exceed expectations!” (Psalm 9:1 (TPT)).