Sometimes when you say "Yes" to God, you have to fight every fleshly instinct you have.
Oftentimes it's not about what you can see but rather what you CAN'T see.
When you say "Yes" to God, you are saying, "We want to walk the path YOU have set for us".
When you say "Yes" to God, you are saying, "I'm trusting more in You than in what I see around me"
When you say "Yes" to God, you are saying,"I will walk this path even though I have no idea where it leads"
Saying Yes to God is rarely as convenient as saying Yes to the world.
And the return is beautiful and hard, mighty and weakening, filled of joy and pain.
But it's worth it. All of it.
I remind myself every time the enemy starts throwing stability, money, risk, and comfort in my face that, though I can't see where this path leads, I am confident that my God is taking me to land of milk and honey--if only I won't stop to wallow in the desert.
Because this path? Is worth it.
We are in a season of prayer, trusting, and hope and we would love it if you would stand with us praying:
* That God would open/close doors that need to be
* That we would be receptive and quick to respond
* That we would have a Kingdom understanding that the "finances" of it have no ownership when our God is the Provider.
* That we would make decisions carefully and only after seeking His will
* And that God would protect and direct our family
Our God is Good.
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