This podcast was awesome. And I will do my best to just say yes instead of yes, but. I am also working on trusting God more when it comes to pruning in my life. And the ending where time was mentioned, thank you for letting me know that God is a redeemer! I was thinking mostly about my nicotine addiction and health issues while listening to this podcast, and one of my thoughts was, maybe I’m too late in quitting (which I failed at again this week), but your statement of God being a redeemer made me feel not so crappy about my choice. Thank you Anna and Sarah for your words of wisdom, and I look forward to more.
LET’S GO ALL IN!
Quitting smoking is a process. It goes well for some people and for others it’s an almost daily restart, just picking yourself and not giving up. For me, it’s sticking with a healthy lifestyle. I’ve felt convicted about that for a long time. I want to live for a long time, able to move and vibrant along the way. I’m real sedentary (writers life) and tend to crave junk food when I’m stressed. I’ve been doing so well and then two days ago while I was really having a hard time with a book chapter, I got up and ripped open a huge bag of Easter Candy I bought for Easter. I ate ALOT. I woke up with so much guilt, but immediately forgave myself and decided it was a new day. “Today, I will treat my body well and with respect and let go of yesterday.” That’s all we can do, right? The goal for all of us is to run to God and not our vice and if it was easy, we’d all be doing it! I’m here cheering you on!
I needed to hear this.❤
Great lesson and reminder of God’s promises and plans that He already has set out for us.
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