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Step Into Your Story

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How does one step into the story that God has planned for his life? How do we encounter the Holy in the daily in such a way that our life makes sense and contains purpose mixed with destiny? Here are 5 ways to step into your God story.

Consider your story

Begin each morning by consulting with the Author. He alone knows the direction your story line should take and how that might play out in the living of your day.

Follow your story

Your story may or may not be reflected in your day planner. Such lists are good for the basic outline of your days, but the real story happens between the lines. The scribbles of your story are just as important as the lists.

Tackle those projects on your schedule in rhythm with the Spirit Holy. Watch for the interruptions in your day and give the unexpected your attention.

Listen to your story

Listen to the writer of your story. He knows your tale from Table of Contents through Endnotes. In his book, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, Donald Miller explains, “There is a writer outside ourselves, plotting a better story for us, interacting with us, even, and whispering a better story into our consciousness.”

Learn through your story

The point of our lives isn’t our accomplishments or even our journey. It is the change that happens in us because of our journey—the change that occurs as we overcome the challenges of life. Therefore, every life situation is an opportunity to learn and grow into the likeness of Christ.

Enjoy your story

Take a few minutes just before you fall asleep to reflect on your day. God wants to enjoy the wonder with you of living the life he has laid out for you. Musing with the Lord creates a story bond between the Author and the main character—you.

Our questions for today: What do you want people to say about you when you are gone? What do you want them to remember? What stories do you want folks to tell while holding the memory of you close to their hearts?

Leave your thoughts in the comment section below for us to mull over.

In Him together, Susan Gaddis

See What Story Are You Living for more on this topic.

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  1. Mary

    I’m not sure this is a good question for me to ponder this week. Or for anyone else to ponder about me this week :-). Otherwise they might say something like, “She’s a cranky lady with a head cold who’s husband is in the middle of Engineering finals and so she’s using that as her excuse to consume lots of chocolate.” Whereas, on normal weeks, it might be a bit more realistic. Say, something like, “She’s a fantastically genius woman, full of excellent taste and talent and witty wisdom and gobs of beauty, with a twisted sense of humor who likes to cook and play with her kids…” We’re ARE talking realistic right?

    😉

  2. Bud

    Thank you Susan!! A great msg that hit me right between the eyes Monday morning. My wife asked me to read ur blog as I was stressing over our computer meltdown this weekend and the second trip to Staples to get it fixed. The Lord said “Are you too busy/anxoius to talk to Me?” The answer was “yes” and I repented immediately. That peace/anxiety war may continue for awhile, but I know the LORD is going to win this battle. I just need to do my part (trusting and consulting Him at all times.) You are a treasure Susan. May the Lord continue to use you to minister to us.

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