You need not be shy today. Speak up and be bold. Don’t be afraid to share honestly and show your vulnerability. Connecting to others sometimes requires risk, but I am always your safety net, so don’t worry about what impression you are making. I’ll take care of that, impressing the hearts of others with what most needs to resonate. Your voice, lifted up for My Purposes, is lilting, uplifting, and lovely. I need you present, attentive, and exposed for the Good and benefit of all.
#bebold; #nomoreanxiety; #oktobevulnerable
I see your pain and hear your thoughts. Keep talking to Me. This is a two-way street. You don’t have to feel like the conversation is only one-sided, as if I am merely a God who listens but never responds. I ‘get’ you more than you realize; you don’t have to convince Me of your needs or intentions. I am aware of all the frailty and vulnerability you carry inwardly. Believe, Me, I am using your life for Goodness. I attend to every detail, loving you through all things. Hear My voice reassuring you that I am tenderly responding to your every need.
#Godhearsyou; #nomoreanxiety; #AllforGood; #youareloved
I see your nervousness and sense your worries. The work ahead need not overwhelm you. I am at the helm, guiding you and those around you in the direction that is most needed. You merely need to attend to whatever I place in your path today. Make eye contact, smile, listen, and ask questions with genuine sincerity and interest. The work will still get done. My plan will unfold, little by little. See how I bless you, calming your nerves in the process.
I delight in your vulnerable self, because it is in your vulnerability that I can be drawn ever so close to you. I offer Light-filled moments for you to rest your head upon as I fill the room around you with peace. Let Me cover you in soft blankets of comfort and compassion. I share in your sorrow, yet I want you to see My Joy ahead. I still have much Goodness in store for you. Allow others to care for you in your time of sorrow. Don’t be afraid to show your sadness. I need you to demonstrate how to grieve just as much as how to have strength in faith.