saboteurs.

sabotage

When we are afraid that we aren’t good enough, what if we said, “I am Loved?”

When we are afraid we’ll fail again, what if we said, “I am Loved?”

When we look around and see that others do it better, what if we said, “I am Loved?”

When the way looks unclear, vague and overwhelming, what if we said, “I am Loved?”

John wrote this truth: that Perfect Love tosses fear to the side. There is one Perfect Love: found on a Cross, in an empty grave, alive again. Christ tosses fear aside like garbage. It is not precious to Him. We are. We are, and it isn’t possible for us to walk in Perfect Love and fear.

What if fear is the greatest weapon against us? What if Love is the greatest form of sabotage? What if we take up arms and strike down every fearful thought with the truth? What if our world becomes gloriously ruined because we choose to believe that we are Loved?

Let’s be saboteurs.

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9 thoughts on “saboteurs.

  1. This is really powerful, Ellie. Re: “What if fear is the greatest weapon against us?” – I’ve come to realize, slowly, that almost every thing I struggle with comes down to fear. Naming those fears and praying through leaving them behind, choosing to drop them every day again and again, and again and again choosing to trust the Father’s love instead – so hard but so good.

  2. amen, amen, AMEN! I have recently been whispering “surely God is in this place” when I find myself in times of stress or struggle. I think I’ll and “and I am Loved.”

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