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My One Word For 2015


It's amazing that it was three years ago I started participating in the "one word" for the year.
It just doesn't seem that long ago.
But I am so glad I did. 
I love and adore for the word my daddy God has given me for 2015.
"BELIEVE" 
What a powerful word!!!!
It amazes me that I have been referring to this one word for the last 5 months not knowing this was my word for the new year!
God is just so cool that way!!

As 2014 comes to an end, I hear him speaking directly to my heart....
Believe what I have told you.....
Believe in my promises......
Believe that your destiny is blooming brighter that you can imagine......
Believe that I, the Lord thy God, is doing a great work in you!!!!!!
Believe in Me!!!!!!!

It's easy to get swallowed up in  what our circumstances speak....
It's easy to  hear what the world tells us.....
It's even easier to give up when our hard times overwhelming take us to the ground in despair. 
When we are tired and weary and feel as those we can't take another step, it seems the easy thing to do is to just sit down and not move.

However our daddy God says.....
BELIEVE!!!
Believe that job you have been waiting for is here....
Believe that home you have dreamed of is yours.....
Believe that his healing touch has restored every area in your life......
Believe that HIS joy is doing a work inside of you  for others to see His goodness......
Believe what the enemy meant to use to destroy you, God is using to restore you!!!!!
Believe the things that have been on hold are now coming in their entirety.

2014 has been a year of many changes.
It has been a year of growth.
A year of loss......
And gain.
A year of preparation for things to come......
A year of molding and the laying of ground work. 
A year of  purpose. 
(Looking back I can see why He gave me the word purpose for 2014.)

Every step I have walked in 2014 holds a meaning.
Every step has had a reason........
Because in one way or another, they have positioned me for my next season.

As I begin my goodbye process to 2014,  I can say I am thankful for every up and down moment I have walked , and even those I have ran. 
Thankful for lessons learned.....
And wisdom gained.
Thankful for lives touched.........
And those who have touched mine in ways they may never fully understand. 
Thankful for the painful times........
They taught me to find the joy and hold on to the peace.
Thankful for the happy moments......
For the little moments are always larger than life in their own simple,beautiful way.
Thankful for the beauty that emerges from the ashes....
There is always a positive to every negative in life.
Thankful for the light of love......
A light that can penetrate through the thickest of darkness and bring forth a new creation.


As the remaining weeks of 2014 begin to wrap up and the ringing in of 2015 start to explode....
I encourage you........


BELIEVE~

xoxoxo

Stacey

Matthew 21:22
And whatever things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive. 


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