“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin,”
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One Day At A Time
I am a planner. I like to have a schedule and know what is going to happen next. Many times I run ahead of the Lord with a well laid out plan. Mine, not His.
As I cleaned out the barriers that were blocking me from spiritual growth and fulfilling God’s best in my life, I allowed my thoughts to take off. Ideas that beat me up. A pattern I fall into often when I hear God say, “Go.” Am I prepared? Can I do it? Is that really what God wants? Why can’t I learn such a valuable lesson to hear, trust, and go?
In Genesis, we see that God created the earth and all that inhabits it one day at a time.
One day at a time. If this pattern is good enough for God, how do we learn to live at that same pace?
In today’s episode, we learn about how we can increase our spiritual health by taking one step, one decision, one act, one day at a time.
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start small Believe Big Podcast with Billie encourages women to value the significance of small beginnings and believe the immeasurably more God desires to do in and through our lives.
Together, we will learn to value the significance of small beginnings. Value is often seen as immediate and powerful impact. We lose the significance of the small but impactful steps that happen one at a time. A meaningful life begins right where we are; one step, one decision, one action at a time.
Join Billie as we start with the small while believing big, so we can experience more of Christ. It’s time to embrace the significance of small beginnings and believe big.