God isn’t finished with you yet

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Good morning beautiful! God isn’t finished with you yet. In fact, the good work He started in you has a purpose and He has promised to carry it out until it is completed in your life. But while that’s happening, there’s another promise for you…and that is to embrace the journey and grow richly in love and knowledge and depth of insight (Philippians 1:9).

How do you do that? One way is anticipating every day with a spirit that says “It is well!” Or “I welcome the possibilities” or “I’m open to seeing more!” – your God shares that He wants you to be like a little child in your excitement and expectation…you know how little children are naturally when in the presence of love? They don’t worry, they know that there is a security in that moment for them. They’re excited about what’s going to happen next. This can be you. You wouldn’t be here, right now, reading this if you weren’t strong, if you weren’t courageous, if you weren’t curious and if you didn’t desire more. That alone speaks to the beauty of your character.

It doesn’t matter what you’ve been through. There is nothing that can stop the powerful movement of God’s love in your life. You are who you are because of what you went through, and as a result, you’ve been equipped with certain tools…do you see them? Embrace God’s power in your life today, and celebrate yourself, your journey and your willingness to allow God to complete the GOOD work that He started!

Foundational Scripture for Today: “…being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6

Erin Marie is a passionate lover of Jesus Christ, bestselling Author, compelling Speaker & Founder of BeautifulWildFree. She personally embraces a purpose of empowering women to rediscover their beauty, purpose and sense of self through a love-encounter with Christ. Connect with her online via Instagram, Pinterest & Twitter: @bwfwoman

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