Imagine the day that begins with a prayer, rising and settling into the truth coming out in the quiet of ticking kitchen wall clock space.
Could it be the “ohhmms” that made me victor, not defeated one this time?
Sunday, yoga with smiles and peace and challenges extended, unleashed.
Or maybe it was the getting back to the big thing I’d set aside. Just a peek.
I read two pieces, intended to be separate; yesterday I saw that they are one and I realized the answer to the question offered heavenly,
“Lord, show me what you’d have me do with this idea of me a writer of a book.”
I lingered all evening in the realness of His reply.
Then dreamt of fighting my old demons and winning, fighting back with determination.
After the loosening of the groggy like heavy wool coat, I’ve finally discarded,
I write a prayer to my Heavenly Father.
“Heavenly Father, make me stronger than the things that hold me back, weigh me down, break my spirit.”
Because of mercy,
Monday morning begins with the will to be the me He sees again, rediscovered motivation and quiet fervor feeling like fresh anticipation.
A prayer of Moses, the one God called although he’d declared he could not speak,
“Let the favor of the Lord our God be upon us, and establish the work of our hands upon us; yes, establish the work of our hands!”
Psalms 90:17 ESV