Happy Friday, friends! We are so excited about today’s #SheSharesTruth exercise – we’ve been looking forward all week to hearing your stories!
On Day 3 our study of The Risen Christ, Debbie Eaton challenged us with this reflection on Matthew 28:16-20:
Why do we live in the tension of worship and doubt that disables us to share the truth of God’s love?
You and I are commissioned – authorized by God – to “therefore go and make disciples” who will know Him and live for Him. This is a commandment from Jesus.
Today’s #SheSharesTruth assignment is this:
What holds you back from being available for commissioned moments? When have you experienced a commissioned moment and how did you witness God’s supernatural power at work? Pray and ask God to present a commissioned moment, then let’s share our stories and encourage one another.
Will you share your story with us today, dear Sisters? Big or small, glamorous or decidedly not — we want to hear how God is teaching you to live out your calling to share the gospel with your words and actions.
Here’s the scoop on how to participate:
- Write your devotional/reflections/response to the above question on “commissioned moments” on your personal blog. (Or on Instagram or Facebook! with the hashtags #SheSharesTruth and #SheReadsTruth; or even write the comments section here.)
- Link to this post so your readers can know about the #SheSharesTruth experiment too.
- Share the link to your post/Facebook update/Instagram below in the LinkyTool below.
- Visit each other’s links – at least one or two (maybe the two people who linked up before you?). Comment there – tell them you see them and hear them!
**Please share your heart, sisters. Our desire is not for this to be a time of comparison or sizing up writing abilities or spiritual maturity. Eloquence and insight are lovely, but we know that is not the thing our God calls us to. So, let’s not call each other to that either. Sister, if you feel ill-equipped – GOOD! If you feel like you have so much to learn – GREAT. SO DO WE! Every single time we sit down to write. And if we don’t, are hearts are not in the right place. Let this be a safe place to learn and share and love each other WELL.
If you’re new to the #SheSharesTruth link up, you can read more about the heart behind it here.