Giving control to God. Great article from Proverbs31.org…

Sandra Brooks McCravy, Sandi McCravy, Sandy McCravy, Greg McCravy, Derek McCravy, Johnathan McCravy, Jonathan McCravy, Derrick McCravy, Inspiration

 

“Letting go is giving up what is beyond your control to embrace what you can change. In Isaiah 43:18-19, God spoke to His people through the prophet Isaiah saying: “Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness, And rivers in the desert.”

The people held so tightly to the past that they missed the new things God wanted to show them.

God speaks the same warning and truth to us. We can’t control the past, but we can focus on the miracles around us today.

We can’t control the words that once shaped our hearts, but we can replace them with truth from Scripture.

We can’t control negative people, but we can choose joy for ourselves.

Letting go isn’t easy in the beginning, because holding on is our natural response. But there’s so much hope! Just as the prophet Isaiah describes new roads in the desert and rivers in the wilderness, as we give up what we can’t control to embrace what we can change, new ways of thinking, relating and living are carved into our very being.

And the beautiful thing about letting go?
It doesn’t just change us…” – Suzanne Eller Author and Speaker

Read the rest of today’s devotion as we give up what is out of our control and embrace what we can change : http://proverbs31.org/devotions/?p=2772

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C.S. Lewis and the Fellowship of Performing Arts…

Sandi McCravy, Sandy McCravy, Sandra Brooks McCravy, Derek McCravy, Greg McCravy, Johnathan McCravy

If you have an opportunity to see a production by Fellowship for Performing Arts, you will not be disappointed.  They will be in New York City performing The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, The Most Reluctant Convert (Max McLean as C.S. Lewis), and Martin Luther on Trial.

I was privileged to see The Great Divorce and The Screwtape Letters.  My only disappointment is that I was only able to go once to each performance!  It was an incredible experience.

Check out their web page at:  C.S. Lewis on Stage, Fellowship for Performing Arts

I hope everyone has a wonderful Independence Day!  Be safe and God Bless You.