Our drive for our vacation has taken 24 hours and my friends knew that I would LOVE the attention of Andrew all to myself.
He is brilliant for me. He gets me out of my head. And today I processed a whole lot of beliefs I have had around the last five years having moved to Montreal.
This was by far our boldest move in our life. This is where my deepest work is being done. And yet I feel like it is where I have been most hidden.
As we have been talking about the power of showing up, I do want to take today to bring another perspective to our showing up before we end our journey together .. and that is to address what happens on our journey when we feel like we are being kept hidden (and it is not our ‘time’ to show up).
The daughters of Z would have had a journey of feeling hidden, unworthy, unimportant and decided they had their time and chance to come forward.
Acts 7:22 “In just such a time Moses was born, a most beautiful baby. He was hidden at home for three months. When he could be hidden no longer, he was put outside—and immediately rescued by Pharaoh’s daughter, who mothered him as her own son. Moses was educated in the best schools in Egypt. He was equally impressive as a thinker and an athlete.
Yet we also know there are seasons of our life when it is not the right time to come forward. I have been thinking about some prophecies spoken over our lives and some words even spoken lately over our church and I want to encourage you that although they can factor very strongly in what is our rightful inheritance – I know they are not all in existence yet. This is the tension to manage.
And often it is because God is doing something more sustainable in our life and forming us into someone who could steward this inheritance.