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Jesus Saves

Sometimes I look back at everything and think of how much we move forward in one day, every heartbeat in this life makes a difference in where we can potentially end up. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, "I am who I am today because of the choices I made yesterday." I believe that she is absolutely right, every choice we make in life is a chance to make ourselves better and to move on from who we were yesterday. We can also choose whether we let the past dictate where we end up or to be thankful that we have wisdom now to go down a better road. I am thankful for every mistake and bad road I went down because it left me with the judgement to know how to make myself a better person and helped me get where I was meant to be. I don't regret anything I've done because it is all part of my story and everyday I have the chance to write a new chapter, one that is better than the one before. With this pregnancy I am reminded about my first, about how happy I was when I held my baby boy for the first time. My greatest decision was when I was seventeen and realized I was pregnant, still being a teenager and having absolutely nothing figured out about life yet. I was scared to death, I was faced with what to do, if I was ready to be a mother, and knowing that I was not right with God at the time. I had to forgive myself for my irresponsibilty, I had to prepare myself for the consequences, and I had to accept that my life was about to change completely. At that moment I could have looked at the person I was and said that I wasn't good enough, that I would fail, and the thoughts in my mind racing about how unready I was for EVERYTHNG could have made me choose a different path, but they didn't. I didn't know how to change a diaper until I brought him home, I was still in school, and I was alone. I think about those days sometimes and wonder how I ever made it through, how I ever got up again, and the best I can say is that God was carrying me through those hard times. Even with how hard it was and how much I didn't know I would never choose a different road, he is the greatest thing that ever happened to me. Now that we're having our second child, I'm so thankful and can't believe how far all of us have come. Jim Rohn also said, "Never wish life were easier, wish that you were better." My trials have all become parts of who I am today and how strong I am to face anything that comes my way. I encourage everyone to not only accept that everything you have experienced is part of you, but to let it go. Because there is an amazing sense of peace when you accept who you were and you move forward to become who you are. I know that through all of that God was still there, that God still loves me, and that I don't regret anything from yesterday because I am where I'm supposed to be and I am proud of who I am today. I hope that everyone has an amazing day and that you don't let anything hold you back from who you are and that your proud of how far you have come. :) Here's a song just for happiness and for morning worship so that no matter what you are going through you can bring Jesus in your home wherever you are! :)
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Jeremy Camp sings Jesus saves & Everlasting God in concert
Jeremy Camp sings Jesus saves & Everlasting God in concert in Greenville Ohio. Illumination Tour 2011



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