By Sarah Nyhan
I’m tired of giving power to fear. I’m tired of not including Trinity.
Maybe we were Created to receive Love. Maybe it’s that simple.
Maybe there is much more available to us than we realize, than we experience, because we are pathologically obsessed with our weaknesses versus resting in the absolute strength of who and Whose we really are.
What if we felt so secure in our origin and true identity that we stepped out of the boat and onto the water? What if we actually didn’t sink? What if we focused on what Jesus thinks of us versus making gods of the opinions of others and even ourselves?
What if we are the only ones that are ever coming to save us and all of Creation is groaning for us to WAKE UP!? All of Creation waits expectantly like a parent of a toddler; saying, “You can do it! You can do it! Almost there, c’mon, don’t be scared. You got this! Trinity is right here.”
What if all of heaven and Creation combined are pregnant with the expectation of being able to celebrate as we step fully into our divinity? As sons and daughters of The Divine. Kids who know their King, their Abba, and the truth of Who they belong to?
What if healing is ours for the taking? Jesus asked, “Do you want to be healed?”
What if there is no battle outside? What if the war is already won and we just need to realize it in our hearts and minds?
What if this is nothing more than a mirror (exposure therapy)? Reflecting the result of focusing on our fears versus who we always could have been and still can be?
What if we were totally secure, loved, and cared for? Would we make different decisions? Would we choose to give our power away?
We are divided in our minds, in our hearts. The outside echoes the inside. We are too long scared little children intimidated by other scared little children.
Who is your Father? Who is your Mother? Who showed us that there is nothing to be afraid of?
Is this really all there is? Is this really all we can ever be? I wager we aren’t even close. I wager we have only just begun, only just started.
The fight is only on the inside. Who will stand up? Who will run to Papa? Who will risk taking Trinity at Their Word?
Did God die or will we come aLIVE?