Good morning, cool, crisp air! It feels like fall, or as they say, “sweatshirt weather”! A fancier way to say it, “the first day of autumn”, reminds me that autumn is such a pretty word. In fact, it is calling me. Just saying or thinking of autumn stirs my heart. This beautiful thought comes to me: a tree will go through seasons of change. It grows and gets stronger, then the leaves turn beautiful colors and fall. The colorful leaves demand our attention, our awe and wonder.
The leaves are our beliefs, ever changing for the seasons of our life. As our seasons shift, so must our beliefs, because they no longer guide us; they keep us from growing. We must let them go and stay dormant for a period while we change and grow.
What beliefs are you being asked to let go of? What no longer serves you? What is holding you back, keeping you safe? What beliefs keep surfacing again and again? List them! Look at your list and pray. Ask yourself: “Does this belief still serve me? Is this belief true?” Take the time to allow these old beliefs to fall away; slowly and quietly replace them with beliefs for the new season in your life.
“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven:” (Ecclesiastes 3:1)
With love and gratitude,
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