Feeling depressed is not a bad thing. It’s not a sin either. Depression is part of being human. However, God desires us to endure our depression and not dwell in it. Pouring our heart out to Him about what we’re going through is considered enduring depression.
Friendships minimize our brokenness and depression. They also minimize our exhaustion and heaviness from our jobs, relationships, and circumstances. The reality is, we will all go through hard seasons of exhaustion, depression, loneliness and much more. But whom will we have next to us when we go through it?
Let’s be honest. There are countless of girls out there who consider themselves “influencers.” However, what is their motive behind their actions and words and especially their posts? Social media is full of both these types of girls. While scrolling through my feed, I couldn’t help but notice these two types of girls out there.
Confusion is a roadblock to peace, joy, and confidence. I don’t know about you, but I sure don’t want to live the rest of my life confused. I don’t want my life to be a mosaic of fear, worry, anger, and uncertainty. I want my life to overflow with peace, joy, and confidence to the point where others are filled by it. And the only way that will happen is if our faith is rooted in what God says.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the youngest sister? I am the oldest of three girls, which means I have two younger sisters. Being the first-born came with responsibilities, I was automatically expected to set the example for my younger sisters. To pave the way for their success was the expectation. But now I feel like the little sister…