What is your word for 2018?
I have had ENOUGH – means you’ve reached your tolerated level.
That’s ENOUGH – means you have reached an acceptable amount.
But what really is Enough?
ENOUGH – means adequate for the want or need; sufficient for the purpose or to satisfy desire:
So why do we always throw in those doubt words…..
Coulda Shoulda Woulda
Why do we keep buying the lie that we are not worthy enough, smart enough, pretty enough, talented enough, loved enough, liked enough, old enough, young enough, have enough or do enough.
Why can’t ENOUGH just be ENOUGH
No second guessing
Just Simply Take God at His Word!
You ARE adequate and sufficient for His purpose because He says you are.
You Are Enough because He is ENOUGH
~XXOO Michelle Bollom
For His divine power has bestowed on us absolutely everything necessary for a dynamic spiritual life and godliness, through true and personal knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence. For by these He has bestowed on us His precious and magnificent promises of inexpressible value, so that by them you may escape from the immoral freedom that is in the world because of disreputable desire, and become sharers of the divine nature. ~ 2. Peter 1:3-4 AMP
I was out and about and stumbled upon this song. I had never heard it before and was suddenly hooked!
King & Country – Priceless
These are just some of the lyrics from the song above on the slides.
In researching the song I found that it is from an upcoming movie “Priceless”.
It looks like a great movie!
See the Movie Teaser Here
And A Movie Interview with singer Here
I can’t wait to go see the movie!
Enjoy this weeks Song Sunday
~XXOO Michelle Bollom
Lereca shared a little on the Orphan Spirit yesterday; you can read her blog “God Loves Us More” Here
I started thinking of this teaching I watched about 4 years ago when Kelley Allison of Bowl Of Splendor shared this with me. It is a great short message on what it is and how he overcame and was healed from the Orphan Spirit. Really great info!
When we know who our Daddy (Our Papa) is- we will know our value and worth.
God is all about Restoring Lives !
Who’s your Daddy?
~ XXOO Michelle Bollom
We would love to hear your thoughts on this?
As I sit in my little prayer corner in my room I am feeling so blessed to know the Lord is my personal Savior. I can’t imagine my life without Him! How did I do it for so many years before I knew Him and relied on Him so intimately?
I thought I had to do it all by myself. I carried the world on my shoulders and thought it was all up to me. I had to be a Superwoman and get it all done alone. I tried to be everything to everyone, and I based my worth on how good I was and how much I accomplished in a day–I was a perfectionist! I even based my value on what others thought about me or what I had done. If I didn’t live up to their expectations, it really bothered me and I felt unworthy. I was very uptight and worried about every word–did I sound smart? What do they think about me?
My self-worth being based on what others thought was a bad place to be. It is impossible to please some people and who says their opinions are right? Why did I allow others to control my feelings? It was a never-ending battle and cost me lots of time and stress worrying and pondering in my head about what I should have done or said or how could I make them like me more.
Thankfully all that is in the past now. I don’t worry or fret about being good enough or worry if someone likes me or if I looked “good”. I have learned to speak the truth in love and base my worth on what God thinks, and what the bible says about things. Oh what a freedom this brings! I am no longer consumed by what others think about me — I am a child of the Most High God and He loves me — He created me and calls me daughter! My goal is to glorify Him in everything I do and to love everyone right where they are even if we don’t see things the same. I can plant seeds and hope and pray that we both grow and learn. Finding God’s truths and my self worth in His Word, The Bible, has allowed me to begin to live in deeper faith and peace. Knowing His perfect love, really understanding that Jesus loves me, frees me from those old fears.
I hope and pray that all my family, friends, team members and everyone reading this comes to know the Lord and experience His love and find true joy and peace in knowing we don’t have to be a Superstar–or Superwoman or Superman. We can all hang up our capes and just be an authentic beloved child of God.
When we invite Jesus into our hearts and choose to love the Lord with all our heart and soul and love others as ourselves, He will protect and guide us on this amazing journey called life!
~ Shine your Light, Deb Hicks