So, since moving here I have not lead a song at a church. That is TWO YEARS of not doing what God created me to do. When you have done something for more than half your life and then suddenly aren’t doing that thing anymore, part of you is missing.
When I got scheduled to lead last Sunday night at my home church Lakewood, I was ELATED. I was humbled, honored, and thrilled to finally be doing what I firmly believe God gifted me to do which is to point people to Jesus through singing.
As I was preparing, I felt like God really impressed onto my heart that as I was leading worship I would get this overwhelming sense of recalling who I really am. And I did. I felt at home. I felt his presence. I felt him flowing through me and it felt INCREDIBLE.
If you didn’t read my New Years post, go take a peak. I spoke a lot about my 20s and really losing parts of myself. Not willingly. But just because life has seasons. Things change. You have to adult.
Getting to lead worship again is me stepping into Who I really Am, and I am so grateful.
Whatever gifts God has given you, He is calling you to step up and step into who you are.
The Lord your God is with you,
the Mighty Warrior who saves.
He will take great delight in you;
in his love he will no longer rebuke you,
but will rejoice over you with singing.”