Rise, you are enough

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She reads the words in the books preface.  To know you are enough.  Just.  As.  You.  Are.  Absolutely.  Stop right there.  Mid sentence!  Inhale the alphabet of those words.  Sift through the dictionary of its meaning.

Repeat often

I am enough!

It stops her steps.  Immovable.  No subtraction or additions.  Enough.

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Pink pencil and sticky notes accompanying my walk through the book. 

I thought there would be cake, Katharine Welby-Roberts 

A journey that teaches we need to eat carrots as well as cake!

A chapter about Boundaries was a one part of the book that will hold my attention for a while.   Katharine called it, Your crap, my crap. The idea of loving others but putting in protection for yourself.

What you are right now is enough. 

Selah

We are valued, a price has been paid for us. 

God ordained such blessing to fill us. 

Our soul can rest best when we allow all of the fullness of Christ to influence our heart soul and body. 


Listen to my Prayer over you – love Abba 

Let go, daughter,  of the worries and the Struggle for perfection. 

Rise daily into everything I have for you. 

Uniquely formed and one of a kind.  Creatively gifted. 

Forget comparing, for it gives the wrong picture. 

Move in my spirit.  Flow in my rhythm of life. 

Break barriers that define you wrongly. 

Hear My voice that calls you beloved and beautiful. 

Allow my love to enfold you and let my love be the gift you give away. 


Whatever is true and lovely and honest think on these things 

Ponder over in your own heart what is good 

Love Rach xx 

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Some photos are mine taken by iPhone 

Remainder of photography taken from amazing Unsplash resource. Thank you. 

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4 thoughts on “Rise, you are enough

  1. Love “Let mine be the love you give away” So true, as it is only by knowing His love for us Rachel in a deep ‘knowing’ that we have that love to give away. Blessings, Carol

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  2. I love what you said about comparison–“it gives the wrong picture.” I’d never thought about it like that, but that sums it up so well. It’s not just unhealthy, it only shows one negative perspective and doesn’t capture the true, full reality.

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