The follow up

Almost three months ago I extended an invitation to all my reader (s). It was a simple request. I invited you to say at least one prayer a day asking to see yourself as Heavenly Father sees you. For thirty days.

It has been close to 90 days since I extended this invitation. Did you do it? Did you remember? Did you choose not to?

I accepted this call myself. Almost every night as I voiced my prayer, I offered up this sincere petition. Just uttering the words brought a surge of confidence into my soul.

I’m not perfect. I make a lot of mistakes. I will never be smooth and cool but will always be rather awkward and clumsy. There are a lot of things I don’t know and will never know how to do. I’m not brave. I’m not good at small talk. Sometimes I fail. Sometimes I fall.

But…

I know that I am a daughter of God here for a reason. I will trust in Him. And I will be more than enough to see this task through. I know I have the potential to succeed. I know that I am loved.

Do you?

2 thoughts on “The follow up

  1. I don’t pray every day, but only when I’m drawn to, it feels more real that way. And I don’t pray like a lot people do, sometimes it’s just a question I have or I’ll agree that I have an answer to something that I don’t appear to, and the answer always arrives. It’s very different to how I used to pray, but it works for me. As to how God sees me *shrugs shoulders* I have no idea, but it doesn’t worry me, because I’m sure he knows me better than myself, and knows what he’s doing better than I do! 🙂

  2. Prayer is important no matter how we say it. I think Heavenly Father just likes us to check in 🙂
    I truly believe we are all daughters or sons of God. And that He has sent us here not to fail but to succeed in life. I think if we all believed that we have it within us to succeed we would make better choices. This is for those lost souls wandering aimlessly with no direction and feeling like they have no choice or say in their life. They do and they can 🙂

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