Worship Wednesday: The Wilderness 

This week I am reminded that as Ambassadors of Christ we are all going through something in His name. I recently transitioned from a dark place and was looking forward to beginning something new in hopes that the darkness was behind me. I forgot however, what I learned throughout that tribulation, which was that whatever you are going through is preparing you for the next chapter of your life. The wilderness is not something that we simply go through and then everything is fine. No. We go through seasons which prepare us for the next season, and sometimes we are experiencing back to back seasons of wilderness. Yes, sometimes we have to look towards to hills for many years to receive the help and comfort of the Lord to carry us through the wilderness. All the while learning what God and the universe are trying to teach us, in order to build us into stronger beings.

Every single time that I have failed at something, I return stronger. Every time. I have learned to be thankful for the failure or pitfall. When life feeds me to the wolves, I return the leader of the pack. Why? Because God has never left me nor forsaken me. Never. So now, when I am going through the something – the wilderness – I am reminded to pull out my war prayers and scriptures. My go to scripture is Romans 12:2 Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect, will of God. When I read this I am reminded that I should not be concerned with the issues of this world, and in order to do that I need to re-start my mind every time I allow the flood of emotions or an environment to overcome me. My goal is to do this practice every time I am experiencing a storm. I am perfectly imperfect, and working towards this goal by practicing mindfulness, meditation, and yoga in conjunction with prayer and reading God’s word.

The next couple of blog posts will regard my go to scriptures and simple prayers that carry me through difficult situations, mindfulness, mediation, and yoga. You can find these posts on my Worship Wednesday category page {check out my first Worship Wednesday post here}. I hope my posts will assist you throughout your seasons in life! Guardian angels – friends, family, co-workers, complete strangers – along the way have guided me through, and as a Daughter of the King and Ambassador of Christ, I hope to reach hearts around the world by sharing my gifts from God with you. Namaste.

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