Taking a break…

…to worship.

Y’all, I’m not going to lie. These past 3 months have taken a toll. Although life has slowed, my attention and focus are all over the place. This world is like a roller coaster going off its rails and I regret to say that it’s not going to get better any time soon.

I’m not only claiming it, I’m accepting it. However, I will not allow the chaos of this world to wreak havoc on my heart, mind, and soul. Maybe that’s why God has commanded us to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.” If we focus on loving Him and allowing only Him to fill those places, chaos cannot come in and take over.

That’s why I’m taking a break from posting on the blog and some social media, to focus on worship. True worship is only real worship when it’s done out of love from my heart, soul, and mind. I want to free up as much of me as possible. I’ll check back in few weeks.

Tomorrow, July 1st begins our Roots and Fruits: 30 Days of Worship. If you haven’t joined head on over to the sign up page so you can get the info to begin 30 days of focused worship. What do you have to lose? Don’t allow the chaos of the world to seep into your heart, soul, and mind. You could lose everything to the world or everything to God. I’ll take the latter.

Published by Leah Lively

Born and raised in Virginia, Leah’s faith journey began in a loving family and a small church in a small town. She is a wife to one and a mom to four along with a sweet boxer pup. As writer, blogger, and an aspiring speaker, Leah also enjoys reading, watching movies with her hubby, and creating memories with her family. Leah is motivated by 2 Corinthians 13:11 where Paul encourages the church in Corinth to “become mature and be encouraged, be of the same mind, be at peace, and the God of love and peace will be with you.” She wants believers to grow in their faith and discover a hunger for God’s word. Leah’s genuine and authentic style of presenting the gospel lays a foundation for readers to learn more of God’s Truths. Through the challenges of life as a wife and mother, Leah's greatest desire is to let you know you are not alone and there is a God who can get you through the hard moments.

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