Life Feels So Full!

Do you ever wonder how everything will get done? And your mind feels about like this picture!

  1. The laundry needs folded
  2. Bread needs made
  3. Computer work to finish
  4. Sewing that needs completed
  5. A card to mail
  6. Flowerbeds need weeded
  7. You want to spend time with a friend!
  8. AND YOU REALLY NEED TO SPEND TIME WITH GOD!!!! but you have so much to do…

Your tired already……..

I really struggle to take enough time with Jesus, especially when life doesn’t feel slow. Actually does it ever?!

I encourage you, and tell myself, time with Jesus is most important. Let’s together Seek Jesus first in how to live life well and to be intentional about our time with Him! You are going to be able to spend your time wisely and give better when you are first filled with Him!

And most times, you do get done what really has to get done.

”God, please guide my day. You know what I actually need to get done. I surrender my day, time and thoughts to you. Help me to live and speak in ways that bring you honor and glory!”

And you know, we must remember sometimes in life, depending on which season you are in, having time with Jesus doesn’t hardly happen. Even in those times, if you are surrendered to Jesus, you are still worshiping Him by meeting the needs and caring for the people or children around you.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths. -Proverbs 3 : 5-6

Published by Pursuing Our Purpose

Welcome! We are two sets of sisters that are best friends; longing to live the purpose and design that God has specially planned for every one of us. We would love to have you come along with us as we learn what it looks like to be a true woman glowing with an inward beauty that comes from our Heavenly Father.

One thought on “Life Feels So Full!

  1. Thanks for the timely reminder! I definitely relate. It seems like there is always so much to do and not enough time to do it in, and then I get to the end of the week and ask myself, “What did I do all week long?”! So the encouragement to stay filled with Jesus is a blessing. 🙂

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