It’s still hard to wrap my mind around the fact that I am the one in charge of this project we are working on.  Every time I hear someone talking about it and referring to it as my project, or that I want to tell MY story, I catch myself feeling like this is a dream or a movie and I am not qualified to be in a leading role.

It’s just weird!!

But the truth is that I am qualified.  I’m qualified because I’m chosen.  It’s my calling and I answered the call.  I’m fulfilling my destiny.  I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.  I am an ambassador for Christ.  How cool is that?!?

I finally admitted to someone last night that I have known this was going to happen for at least 2 years now.  The Lord showed me very early in my healing that we were heading down this path.  The part I totally missed was that I thought it would start happening about ten years down the road!

Silly me, we are on God’s time.

The Lord told me once during my devotions that He was moving me through my healing so quickly because there wasn’t much time.  Not much has changed in this new season, He still moves me from one step to the next pretty quickly.  I think that is a perk of audacious faith and doing it afraid.

All these little baby steps feel like stepping stones in this beautiful garden where each one requires being celebrated in its own way before moving to the next.  God doesn’t waste a step!  I get to learn and grow at each one.  The giants do come, especially after we meet and decide what the next step forward needs to be but Hallelujah!  I have the armor of God and I know how to battle.

Speak life.  Speak scripture over yourself.  Speak God’s will out loud.  Stand on the promises of God.  Fill your atmosphere with praise and worship music.  It’s hard to hear the devil tell you that you can’t do something when you are busy praising God for who He is and all that He has done.  It’s kinda laughable really.  Does the devil actually think I can do any of this on my own?  Ha!  We serve a mighty God who is wholly responsible for every miracle and every healing that has taken place.  He is a good, good Father and I love Him so much!