Reflections

My hearts trust challenges

Trusting God with EVERYTHING feels like a big ask. If you’re anything like me you have to renew it every couple of weeks. I’ll realise that I’ve grabbed at a situation I had just let go of and then release it like a hot potato. Most times. I’m getting better lol.

I suppose then our desires aren’t only limited to the things we personally want to do but the things we want total control of. I desire to be in charge and sure, so I don’t want to give that control to God as easily as I think. So the challenge for my heart is to honestly believe and TRUST that He has it covered.

Reflections

A Changing Heart

The world has been on fire for the last couple of weeks. It’s always been hot but the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and the like at the hands of the police has set it off. The constant distress has been draining, making it hard to reconcile my feelings into words. I mostly felt angry and it didn’t feel right for me to only right from that standpoint.

Social media has flooded us with history and informed us on the oppression Black people across the world still face. As a collective, we’ve been privy to a violence I can’t comprehend.

As a Christian I recognised the need to balance my woes with hope. This confronted me with what I can do to change my own world. A common theme church leaders, like Mike Todd of Transformation Church, have conversed over has been how a modified heart is the only way to see progression. Confront the parts of it which ignorantly holds bias so you can dispel it. This transformation will help us to be advocates of justice and expand our circles to include everyone regardless of race, religion etc. It makes sense that one of our basic human duties is to stand up for anyone who is being afflicted right? ALL LIVES MATTER is a stupid statement if you will have no compassion for the murder of a trans-Indian male just because you disagree with their lifestyle. Good thing none of us are God.