I was scrolling through Pinterest, looking at all things fall, when I came across this photo.
Then it really hit me… this is a season of change for the world, so why can’t it be a season of change for you and for me? A time where we shed the dead leaves to make room for new ones in the spring. So, this week, I challenge you, take a moment, and ask yourself, “what dead leaves do I have in my life?” As you begin to shed them, you may feel bare like a tree in the fall, but remember that God will fill you up with so much good and new when it comes spring!
Happy Monday!! Have a great week! And feel free to drop you dead leaves here in the comments! ❤️🍂🍃
Just because you don’t feel like being yourself is good enough doesn’t mean you should act like someone else just to please those around you. God made you. He made one of you. He said the world wasn’t perfect without you. Just be you. Because you is all you are meant to be.
The sun is up. It’s a gorgeous day. Here’s your reminder that you too are gorgeous. Your mind. Your thoughts. Your heart. You.
P.S I’m back from Italy! So, regularly scheduled posts are back! I’ve missed you all! ❤️
When we think of someone suffering, we tend to automatically assume sadness and grief for that person. We tend to overlook the joy they are portraying in Christ. We tend to overlook how people overcome their suffering to be who Jesus wants them to be. The potential God sees in us.
When we see a person with a background of suffering and a joyful presence, what do we think? Are we those people?
What if I told you these people were beautiful people? Would you believe me? I think Jesus says this loud and clear when He communes with these exact people.
Beautiful people see beautiful people. -Caroline Barsom
We are able to spot beautiful people because we are beautiful people. Isn’t that great? I want you to remember that YOU are beautiful!
Beautiful people teach us how to be real. How to use our past to be more Christ-like in our present.
Do you know beautiful people? In what ways have they taught you to be real?
© 2018 Kiersten Smeal