A heart of gratitude

I love quiet mornings. They are pure indulgence. And this morning I was basking in it. Even my husband noticed.

I always wake up with a worship song on my mind. Today it was: “Looking for a Saviour” by United Pursuit. As I played it, I was just overcome with the goodness of God

It’s so easy to forget the good times and the truly amazing moments. The ‘God moments’. Where nothing makes sense and not because there is confusion. But because stressful situations change to blessings overnight. Long awaited goals, suddenly take momentum.

Reflecting on my professional journey, with this in mind. I realized that though I felt, perhaps I could have achieved more. There was no point looking back with sadness or regret. I would not rewrite a fictitious story in my head.

As I can only look forward with gratitude! That despite, my own confused state of mind at times. Or the years living in my head, never truly fixed on a destination. God still enabled me to succeed.

Reaffirming that with faith, all things are possible

Published by Camille

I love encouraging and uplifting others to be the very best version of themselves and to go after the life they envision with confidence. A believer that faith conquers all; I love sharing stories from my personal journey to demonstrate how faith, positive action and and a positive outlook can shape our successes. I hope you are encouraged by what you read and can find inspiration from the stories shared; to believe in the impossible and take positive action to achieve it. Happy Reading Love Camille x

8 thoughts on “A heart of gratitude

  1. Thanks for sharing this Camille. I love the encouragement that remembering His goodness brings, the unexplained peace that only He can give. I’ve even had times when that very peace made me feel guilty because others expected me to be in distress… Thanks again for the reminder that our “times are in His hands.” Blessings.

    1. Hi Jacquie, you are welcome. And it’s so true, it’s mostly expected that our response to situations is distress and not peace. But peace is the greater outcome

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