#Repost @marquitamusic I go to bed every single night with confidence that I'll get up in the morning. Not only do I know that I'm gonna get up, but I confidently set my alarm to get up early enough to pick out clothes, iron them if needed, prepare my lunch, get fully dressed and out the door on time to arrive at work at least 5 minutes early. Typing that just made me so sad. One, I know from scripture that my waking up every day is not up to me. And as far as that alarm goes, by the time I snooze through the first two, I'm running out the door with my makeup bag in one hand and a banana in my purse. Yet every night it's the same routine, because sometimes I actually achieve the things I confidently think I can do. So if I can consistently trust myself to only meet the standard sometimes, what is keeping me from consistently trusting God, who has a 100% success rate? There is nothing that I can do to lead the people of God in my own ability. The moment I stand up in my own confidence is the moment I fail. That's the moment I will have led the people to me. That's never where they need to go. I cannot place my confidence in my voice. It comes and goes as it pleases. I cannot put confidence in my appearance or in my friends, for those change as I grow too. People leave, jobs change, titles disappear, and money is never stable. Do I want to be a nervous wreck just because of a seasonal shift? No, I'd rather put my trust, my confidence, my everything in the One who will always remain the same. I can be confident and rest in the blessed assurance that no matter what or who comes or goes, He will always love me, He will always lead me, and He will always be with me. Thank you Jesus that I can confidently never take another stage alone, for you are right there, leading the way.
2 Timothy 1:9-12 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 #30DaysofWorship#Instablog#Worship#WorshipLeader#WorshipLeaders#Day28#Assurance#OnTime#PostingLate but #GoodPost#VeryTrue#ireceiveit#Music#Worship#Praise ❤️