Knowing When to Let Go…

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I saw this on Pinterest yesterday and realised why these words so resonated with me. Often we are faced with the decision to continue to have to be around toxic situations that do not represent the best of who we were created to be.

The past two years I have made the decision to walk away from negative situations that were not allowing the smooth metamorphosis of who I am to become.

I am at a point of my life where I want to be better version of myself and thus allow God’s spirit to be more at ‘home’ in my soul. I feel the conviction of the Holy Spirit whenever I do/say things I shouldn’t and I desire a better relationship with Jesus Christ.

He has done so much for me and has always created a path for me even before I knew I would need a path. I have seen God’s guidance and provision for me from the time I was a young girl.

When I look back on the life I have had thus far, I marvel how he has carried me when I could not carry myself and I know that I know that without His planning I would not be alive today. Jesus you are my Lord and I am so grateful that you first loved me.

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I am a lover of God, most things from nature, photography, dancing, music, reading, learning new things. I am also a mother, daughter, sister and friend.

12 thoughts on “Knowing When to Let Go…

  1. Our walk is certainly a journey worth taking with Jesus at the helm. God has a plan and a purpose for each of us, and it’s encouraging to know that you are sensitive to His leading and preferring Him to situations that might not be good for you. I pray that you will continue to walk to the best of your ability, and let Him lead the way, as He knows what is best for you. I celebrate your decision and commitment to be the woman of God that He created you to be. Blessings ♥♥

  2. This is such a great post! I am at the same place in life. I want to walk closely with Jesus and want to accomplish what He has for me do. I don’t need toxic people to hold me back.

    1. Oh yes, in so many ways. Making a way even before we knew we needed one, when you look back on your journey so far you see His planning in your life.

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