5 Minutes from the Heart: Middle

middleKnowing that you are enough and that God is enough means thanking Him even when you’re in the middle of the journey. It means knowing that you are on the right path even when you cannot see the light at the end of the way. It is being alright with who you are and who He is creating you to be. It does not mean that it is always going to be a comfortable place; growing pains are not comfortable. They are, however, necessary to get you to where you are ultimately destined to be. You have every tool you need to succeed. God has made you for a purpose, and becoming that purpose should be your ultimate goal in life. I am capable of doing and being everything for which I was created. I am enough for the pitfalls as well as the victories I will face along the way. Sharing my story, even in the middle of that journey, is my job. It is the expectation of God that I share with others who may be walking along a similar path, in order to lift their faith and build their courage in who they are and who they will become. We are always growing. We are always climbing. We are always in the middle of something, even when we are not sure where it will lead or if it will ever have an end. God is in control, even in the middle. So, thank Him where you are, for what you have overcome, for what you have learned, and for what you have yet to see before you.

Linking with Kate Motaung’s Five Minute Friday, a time to write for just 5 minutes without editing. Today’s prompt is Middle.

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10 thoughts on “5 Minutes from the Heart: Middle

  1. I so appreciate reading your post here this morning. “Sharing my story, even in the middle of that journey, is my job. It is the expectation of God that I share with others who may be walking along a similar path, in order to lift their faith and build their courage in who they are and who they will become.” I needed to be reminded of this! Coming over from FMF #36

  2. I love that quote: “Faith thanks God in the middle of the story.” It definitely does take faith because sometimes we just can’t see where it’s going but it is reassuring that God is in control and is working in the middle of our stories. Visiting from FMF- I wrote about being in the middle of the story too.

    1. God is working on both of us in the middle of our stories. My computer background right now says “Owning our story and loving ourselves through the process is the bravest thing we will ever do.” – Brene Brown. Hope you have a blessed week!

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