Autumn Lavender Bloom

Lavender Bloom

When I get on my treadmill in the mornings, I see a small sticky note that I placed there quite some time ago which says,

“Start by doing what is necessary; then do what is possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” ~Frances of Assisi

I put it there on purpose to remind myself that sometimes those things that we need to do won’t always be all kinds of fun or even be our end goal, but they’re still necessary so we can get to where we want to be.

So where do YOU want to be? What is it that you feel deep in your soul that you’re supposed to be doing? Have you started toward it yet?

Change isn’t always comfortable, but if we want our lives to BE different, we must choose the often unfamiliar and, sometimes, even the uncomfortable get where we need to be. Choose what is necessary today…even if it feels like it won’t really make that much difference. Not every step forward has to be a giant leap. Get in the habit of doing something toward your goal every single day and see how God can use your consistency and His faithfulness to build something wonderful into your life!

It’s up to you! You have today. What will you do with it to get closer to where you want to be?

(And now, it is time for me to get on that treadmill and then get started pulling weeds out of the back flower bed…and, yes, I know. Sometimes we just have to do what is necessary…I’m preaching to the choir…again.)

Grace & Peace!


2 thoughts on “Start!

  1. Thanks for the encouragement, Becky! So needed this today. Keep on keepin’ on; persevere; endure! Hebrews 10:36-37


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