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The Gift of the Beholder.

Dear Highly Favored,

What is your view on life? I believe that God wants us to take joy in the beauty of each day. He desires for us to expect wonders. He desires for us to await and anticipate His next move. He desires for us be on the lookout for the tiny miracles that occur in our daily lives. 

When you choose to be thankful for what you do have it often helps you forget about the things that you do not have. Therefore, this allows your spirit of gratitude to shift into alignment with Him. He loves to lavish His children. He loves to bless us. The most beautiful part about adopting this view of life is that one is truly able to observe the gift of the blessing which they behold– the gift of being able to walk with the Holy Spirit and being able spread His love.
May you choose to find joy in the minute aspects of life. 

  His Disciple,

    <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

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Dressed in Wisdom.

Dear Highly Favor, 

“If you are wise and understand God’s ways, prove it by living an honorable life, doing good works with the humility that comes from wisdom.”

‭‭James‬ ‭3:13‬ ‭NLT‬‬

May your thoughts be dressed by His wisdom and your heart seasoned by the beautiful love of our Father! 

 His Disciple, 

    <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

Missing the Mark.

Dear Highly Favored, 
There is something so much greater than our day to day activities and I believe that we often miss the mark the important aspects of life. Specifically, our eternal investment. Life is so much more than waking up and sticking to our daily routines that are filled with accomplishing our temporal goals. What and how are you contributing to the plans of His kingdom? I have been asking myself these questions as my desire is to allow Christ to accomplish exactly what He wants to accomplish in and through me while I walk this earth. Am I investing as much in my relationship with Him as He is investing in me? 

“Do not be a part-time Christian who demands a full-time God.”
  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

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Wanted. 

Dear Chosen One, 
First, you need to know this– you were chosen by God. Therefore, He was not forced to choose you, but yet He WANTED to choose you. With that being said, know that you are wanted. Regardless, what you have done or what consumes your past. Next, how much of that truth do you actually believe? 
  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

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Sustenance.

Dear Chosen One,

“If people can’t see what God is doing, they stumble all over themselves; But when they attend to what he reveals, they are most blessed.”
‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭29:18‬ ‭MSG‬‬

This passage hit home for me as the Lord is doing exactly this in my life– revealing different areas of my life that need to be touched by Him yet I have been reluctant in allowing Him to do so. Moreover, are you truly trusting God? This verse taps into our faith and our level of trust in God. We live in a world where we are led to believe that we must have immediate gratification in whatever we desire. We are always looking for the immediate fix or answer. We must be able to physically see a solution or we begin to doubt. However, you must look at the true source from which you seek sustenance. Do you truly trust God or do you just say that you do? Unfortunately, I have found myself at this place more often than I would like to admit– thus, I can easily utter the words “I trust Him” but is that true posture of my heart? Do I trust Him in some areas or in everything? The Lord has used my weakness in this area to draw me closer to Him. I hate “stumbling,” but it is necessary for growth. It is always comforting to find immediate gratification as I return to Him and I am reassured by His ability to love me exactly how I need Him to love me as well as His ability to provide for me exactly how I need Him to provide for me. 

Are you choosing to trust Him with everything? I pray that today His love is vibrant in your life and that He is your one and only source and form of sustenance! 

  His Disciple, 

     <Aryn><

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Grooming the Imperfections.

Dear Chosen One,
God does not expect perfection. He accepts imperfections.

 

The Lord has placed this on my heart heavily recently. He continually brings us to seasons of refinement– some are greater than others. There are also some seasons that are more difficult to walk through. The journey is not always beautiful. We are not always perfect. God knows this and He accepts us anyways. He just requests that we go to Him with our heavy hearts, teary eyes, our struggles, our imperfections, our sins, our ugliness, our guilt, our loneliness, our depression, our heartache, our health, our numbness, our pain, our “whatever”– you can fill in the blank. And also remember that He wants to celebrate our praises with us as well. Regardless of how big or small they may be. This journey of life is between you and Him. Remember to be thankful for where you are at in your journey. You will never have the opportunity to repeat today. 
Choose to press play on your journey with Him today. He has beautiful surprises in store. 
  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

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From Above. 

Dear Child of the Risen King, 

“But the wisdom from above is first of all pure. It is also peace loving, gentle at all times, and willing to yield to others. It is full of mercy and the fruit of good deeds. It shows no favoritism and is always sincere.”‭‭ James‬ ‭3:17‬ ‭NLT‬

What is your mindset when you rise in the morning? Do you genuinely seek to apply the wisdom of the Lord as you walk through each day that is set before you? You have the opportunity to approach each day with the mindset of the Lord. Our Savior never accepted limits. The love of our Father should pour from our lives as we venture through each day. 

  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

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Drawn.

Dear Chosen One, 

To be a Christian and a faithful disciple of Jesus is more than just uttering the overused phrase “I am a Christian.” What does that really mean? It is to love loudly like Jesus did. It is to release an outpour of what The Lord has poured into your life. Being a true disciple is to walk faithfully beside Jesus with the Holy Spirit abounding within you, while learning to pour yourself out, emotionally, spiritually, and in a loving manner as our Heavenly Father taught His Son. To be a Christian isn’t that you live a perfect life but instead it is to admit your shortcomings, and learn how to humbly live while loving loudly like Jesus.
May your week be filled with more of Him!

  His Disciple, 

     <Aryn><

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Service.

“If you are wise and understand God’s ways, prove it by living an honorable life, doing good works with the humility that comes from wisdom.”‭‭James‬ ‭3:13‬ ‭NLT‬‬

As we strive to serve the Kingdom of God to the best of our ability, we must remain humble. We must ask ourselves what our motives are? Do we serve for Him or for what we get out of it? Are our hearts in the right place? It is always good to be certain that our hearts are in alignment with the heart of our King.

I praying that you sense His leadership this week as you tackle it with Him by your side!

  His Disciple, 

     <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

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