Where Do You Run?

I don’t know about you, but if I’m being honest, I’ve been struggling lately.
When the darts of the enemy start to fly faster and the weightiness of the world feels heavier, I know where I need to go. When it starts to feel cloudy in my heart and mind and I start trying to carry what’s not mine, I know where I need to run.
I run to the Father.
I run to the place where I’m strongest as I kneel in surrender, where the Word is a weapon and worship is warfare.
Let’s set the tone for the week together by elevating truth above every lie. Let’s set our minds on things above and become well-versed in who He is and who He says we are.
Regardless of how we feel, what it looks like or what they think, this is the truth. Truth for me, and truth for you too. I encourage you to read these declarations and study these scriptures. Ask Him to help you replace any lies you may be believing with His truth.
God says:
I am loved (Romans 8:38)
I am forgiven (1 John 2:12)
I am healed (Isaiah 53:5)
I am not unwanted, I’m adopted (Ephesians 1:5)
I am not broken, I am complete and whole (Col 2:10)
I am not rejected, I am His (Isaiah 43:1)
I am not alone, God is always with me (Joshua 1:9)
I have a good future, full of hope (Jeremiah 29:11)
I have been created on purpose for this (Esther 4:14)
I am victorious through Christ (1 Corinthians 15:57)
I am not lost; God guides me & directs me (Isaiah 30:21)
I am not worried, anxious or afraid;
God gives me peace (John 14:27)
I am not sad; God gives me joy (John 15:11)
I will not live in fear; God has given me power, love and
a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7)
I was made on purpose, for a purpose (Psalm 139:14)
From my heart to yours,
-Carly Lynn

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