Happiness Is An Inside Job
Life can get so complicated and messy. We tend to hold on to so many things and we have a, "Oh, I will get to that later" type thinking. We also continue to fill up the gaps in our lives, too. We believe that retail therapy or whatever type self-medicating we do is the answer. We keep piling on, but we only feel worse.
Soon we have a physical and/or emotional pile of baggage that's so overwhelming to even think about tackling.
Have you ever just dove in and cleaned out a closet, the garage, or the pantry? When you are done, do you go by and just stare at it because it feels sooooo darn good?
Have you ever sat down with your bible and a notebook and pen, asking the Lord to bring to mind the hurts and wrong mindsets you carry to the light?
Ahhhhhh such relief from the excess.
Physical and emotional clutter are BOTH weighing us down.
Ask the Lord for the wisdom he freely gives to help you get started, and once you get going the momentum takes affect.
Cleaning out your closet and your heart take some intentional effort, but the results are so very worth it.
Seek the Lord on what should be purged from your heart, mind, schedule, diet, and environment.
"The best way to find out what we really need is to get rid of what we don't."
"Organized clutter is still clutter. Get rid of it."
"Holding a grudge doesn't make you strong; it makes you bitter. Forgiving doesn't make you weak; it sets you free."
"There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death."
Transformation Through Truth & Testimony
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