Reflect. Refocus. Reposition. [Part 4]

Reflect. Refocus. Reposition. [Part 4]


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Hey there, world changer!

One life lesson I’ve learned early on is that unordinary circumstances in life call for unordinary responses. I think it’s safe to say that we are living in very interesting, unordinary times these days.

Personally, I believe what we are experiencing as a community, a nation, and around the world is actually a wake-up call in a lot of ways. I believe God is calling each of us to reflect, refocus, and reposition so that we can step into all that he has for us in this next season.

Today, I’d like to focus on the importance of repositioning. To reposition means “to place in a different position; adjust or alter the position of.” There are a few ways we can reposition ourselves to receive all that God has for us in this next season — reposition physically or reposition our hearts.

Some of us may be called to reposition physically whether that’s a new job, new location, new church (or simply getting back into a church), or a new friend group. While change can be scary, sometimes stepping into the new gives way for new things to be birthed in your life and creates space for growth and increase. (For me personally, when I step out in faith, usually that thing I’ve been praying for is waiting for me on the other side of my obedience.)

God also repositions us physically so that we can flourish and grow. I have this plant in my house that is really finicky. It was sitting on my mantle above the fireplace for a while and I noticed that it started to wilt. One day, I decided to move it into the light and within hours, it started to flourish and perk up. In the same way, God designed for you to flourish and knows exactly where you need to be positioned for you to reach your maximum potential. But, it may require you to make a move.

For others, God may not be asking you to reposition physically, but rather to reposition your heart. Maybe you’ve decided to do your “own thing” in a couple of areas of your life and need to step back into God’s will and purpose. While those decisions can be really difficult, remember that God knows what’s best for you and has dreams for your life that infinitely, abundantly more than you could ever imagine or comprehend (Ephesians 3:20).

My friend, if God is calling you to reposition, take advantage of this opportunity because He has amazing things in store for you. The best is yet to come!

~ ~ Ashley

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By |2020-05-09T09:05:01-07:00May 9th, 2020|Words of Wisdom|0 Comments

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