This is our final post of a three part series about fears that sabotage our God-given dreams. What this means exactly, is that God knows the dreams of our hearts, and when He/She sets out to fulfill them, we are put through a season of preparation that often includes some pretty hefty and serious actions on our part. This final week, we explore the fear of suffering: will I suffer too much for following an extreme God-given directive in my life? Will I have the courage to see it through?
I hope you enjoy this last and most difficult fear I faced (in my whole life), as well as the deeply important lessons and worthwhile outcomes I experienced through this nearly ten-year journey of following the will of God when it seemed completely off the rails and impossible to do. You definitely won't want to miss this!
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“In between here, the person that you have always been, and here, the person that you know you must someday become, lies a vast, wild, dangerous, unexplored territory that you are going to have to figure out how to navigate safely.The only way I’ve seen anyone get from here to there with their dignity, and their soul, and their perspective intact,is when they decide to regard that journey as a great and epic quest…as the single most important mission of their life. Once you cross that barrier into the new, you can never go back.” ~Elizabeth Gilbert