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Living Victoriously Over Anxiety, Fear and Shame

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I’m Just Not Feeling It and That’s Okay

I waited patiently for the Lord; he inclined to me and heard my cry.  He drew me up from the pit of destruction, out of the miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure. He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. -Psalm 40:1-3

 

My mentor told me that from ages 38-52 years old, many go through a life change. I imagine this change to be amazing, a chance to become what God created me to be in this life. However, it doesn’t feel that way. It hurts — a lot.  ...   Continue Reading

We Need to Stop Believing the Lies of the Enemy

I wrote the post below for #lionslightinternational

This is Colette, here. I run the social media for #lionslightinternational

Honestly, I feel like absolute crap. The issue is I allowed myself to believe the lies of the enemy. I believed I am worthless, un-lovable, and non-existent to others.

The enemy loves to distract us from remembering all the ways God has saved us and helped us in our life so far....   Continue Reading

Worry Accomplished Nothing

“When I am afraid, I put my trust in you.” Psalm 56:3

 

Worrying is not of God.  Yet, worrying is my constant companion.  Somehow, it brings me comfort. I believe that if I worry, bad situations will not catch me off guard and I am prepared in some way.

 

My only child, my daughter, recently went on her 5th grade Science Camp Trip.  I worried about this trip since she was in Kindergarten, approximately 5 years of worrying.  The worrying was not a daily occurrence. But some worrisome thoughts popped into my head every so often....   Continue Reading

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