Wow, last night's session truly opened our spiritual eyes to see that God wants us to disrobe ourselves from mourning and misery, which are distractions in our lives. If darkness covers our footsteps, we cannot help others walk into the light. The song said, "Order our steps," but if darkness covers our steps and we continue to walk in mourning and misery, how will others see the true light in our lives?
For this reason, we came together last night and accepted Jesus' invitation to take his yoke and learn from him. And I can't think of any other lesson that we could learn last night other than that Jesus is with us, carrying us. His footprints are in the sand while holding our hands tenderly and lovingly with care. He orders our steps to walk in darkness because Jesus is a waymaker, a light for any darkness.
This week hold someone's hand, give them the assurance that you received when you prayed last night, "Come by here my Lord, Come by here."
Write a letter to God expressing what He has revealed to you about your current challenges.
Share with a family member or friend something that was revealed to you in tonight's session.
Create a representation (poem, image, song) of your perseverance or revelation experience to share with the group next week.
I just heard this comment,"God makes storms to clear a path in your life."
After discerning over our session, I realize the cheap robe I am wearing has layers. one is self-forgiveness. (letting go of the past) My letter to God is to guide me through the road of past forgiveness and relieve to the future.