In the spirit of LISTENING for God’s voice to speak, when I am in the car by myself I am trying to listen to sermons so that God can fill my brain with His Word and Truth rather than allowing the stillness and quiet to let Satan fill my mind with questions and concerns.
Today I had to get a CT scan of my head and I felt like it was the perfect time for my head to be filled with TRUTH! So I decided to listen to part 3 of “The Power of the Same” by Steven Furtick. This particular week’s message title was “This May Take A While.” I highly recommend listening to the whole set of messages, but I wanted to share this thought:
I am not going to be inconsistent in the friendships that matter, so that I can be consistent with the relationships that really don’t count. And it isn’t because I don’t want to be friends with everybody, but I realize that I am not The Vine. And to stay connected in a meaningful way to some people, I can’t be connected to all people.
These thought has been hitting me over and over these last few weeks as I have been leading some women through the book The Best Yes by Lysa TerKeurst. I have to be consistent in what really matters. I have to protect the relationships that really count. I can’t people-please. I can’t go through life in a rush.
I MUST slow down and be consistent with the friendships that REALLY matter. So today I will focus on blessing my husband and my kids. I will call my mom, just so she knows I love her. And I will check on a friend who I know is hurting.
How can you be consistent with the relationships that count??
If you want to listen to this sermon series, go to http://elevationchurch.org/sermons/the-power-of-same