Cherishedflight the podcast
How many of you feel anxious, stressed out, or even fearful when you think about Monday?
That fear dictates the course of your day and has the ability to create chaos that follows you throughout the week.
If this sounds familiar to you, then this podcast was created specifically to help you tap into the peace God wants to share with you.
If we don't allow ourselves to rest, then our bodies will force us to do so. That's where I am right now, in a forced rest that is causing me to examine why it has taken me so long make time to refill my tank.
When your spirit is off, and everything seems to be going wrong, then it's time to put your borders up to help you realign and refocus on the peace of God.
Lent. It's a season when many of us are diligently trying to keep ourselves from something that we love for 40 days. But it's that mindset that proves how much we don't know about the Lenten Fast.
Sometimes life gets dark and you look up and find that you’ve moved from the light into the gray. What’s the gray? It’s that space where you’re numb and life seems to have lost it’s color. This isn’t the time to give up on you, it’s the time to seek, and accept, some assistance to get you back on track.
I’m learning the lesson of honoring my No…and I had to do it the hard way. What I’m learning is that my NO is valuable, and that I must hold on to it in order to maintain my peace. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with saying No, especially when you know that saying Yes is going to push you out of your “Peace Zone”.
How much of our time are we truly giving to God? Do you go to the Lord when you’re in need, or do you make time for relationship with God consistently? Are you present, or are you connecting with God halfway?
What do you do when you're up against the wall? What thoughts do you think? What words do you say? Who do you run to to share how you're truly feeling?
Part II, “What Fruit are You Serving?” is all about how what we say about others draws either negative or positive energy back to us. We can either serve judgement, gossip and condemnation, or we can serve the Fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, kindness, goodness, gentleness,