I know that prayer seems passive. It seems like this thing that we say to do when things are too tough and we want to look like we’re doing something when we’re not. There is a lot happening in the world. I think it’s fair to say that many of us are battling with the uncertainty of what it means to be an American in 2017. And we hear varying opinions on what the nexts steps are and what the resistance should look like. But I assure you that prayer is one of our greatest weapons of warfare. And I don’t know if you notice, but we are seemingly in a war.
It's officially Women's History Month and we're back with another round of awesome women talking about the 5 Things they Know For Sure. As we develop and grow as women, there are lessons in grace all around us! I hope that you will enjoy these interviews over the next few weeks and that you are enlightened by those that are brave enough to share their own stories. To paraphrase the quote I adore from Emily Ley, let's work to be in pursuit of grace, not perfection.
Funny enough, I was writing a completely different post when the Holy Spirit led me to actually talk about this instead. I think because recently, some words I had spoken seemingly manifested in someone else’s life, not even my own and it kind of scared me. Sometimes you don’t even know why you are saying certain things, but after they appear, you realize you may have had that certain feeling for a reason. I was reminded in my Writer’s Muse workshop actually that we are accountable for those words.