What is your greatest regret?
If tonight at the stroke of midnight the number of your days finished, what will you wish you had done?
Called the estranged child?
Told a friend how much they mean to you or what an impact they have had on your life?
Told a spouse or child you loved them?
Just slowed down and watched the sunset?
Taking that trip with the family?
Done that thing that scared you?
Do. Those. Things.
Throw yourself fully into the loving arms of your God. Someone once told me they didn’t want to get involved at church because they didn’t want God to send them to some far away country. Really is that so bad? Most of us aren’t called to foreign missions fields, some of us are called to the trenches in our families, our relationships, our church and our neighborhoods.
Do that thing that forces you to step into the hand of God -and trust Him with the outcomes.
Forgive, reach out, grab His hand and take a leap of faith, say what you think they know. Say what you mean to say. “I love you” is so easy to say, but not told to the people we love nearly enough.
If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. Romans 12:18 NIV
Don’t live with regrets.
Don’t let fear nail you to the sidelines.
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As always, you give us something to really think about. I've always said "I love you" are the 3 easiest words to take for granted…easy to speak but not always so easy to follow through with our actions.