Putting It All Together

Feb 24, 2020 | 0 comments

Picture in front of you:

A cup of sugar. A stick of butter (or eight tablespoons of it). Two large eggs. Three ripe bananas. A teaspoon of baking soda. A teaspoon of baking powder. A teaspoon of salt. A teaspoon of vanilla. Two cups of flour. And a quarter cup of milk.

Do you see the sugar? Can you picture the butter? How do the bananas smell? Are you thinking, “We need more vanilla!” (Because everything is better with more vanilla!)

If I were to ask you what you are making, you would probably answer, “Banana bread.”

Not so fast. Right now, all you are doing is seeing individual ingredients. Eggs, bananas, sugar, baking soda. They only become banana bread when you mix them together and allow the magic of your oven to heat it to a high enough temperature to bake a loaf.

To a certain extent, this month in the God Loves You series Wendy has laid the ingredients out on the counter. God. Loves. You.

Today, she mixes them together, showing how, on their own, each one is powerful, but together? Even better.

Each video is less than four minutes. You might even want to play it with your eyes closed and a candle lit, so you can add smell to the experience of mixing these key ingredients together. (Don’t see a video? Click here.)

Amen and amen. God loves you, brothers and sisters. Spend a few minutes in silence allowing this truth to water your soul.

Thank you to Wendy for leading this series and walking us through the truth that God, loves, you and me. If you can believe it, we are nearing the end of another month, which means this month’s workshop will be 50% off for a few more days. Check out this month’s affordable personal and professional development designed to keep you flourishing in your call and your current reality. Get access today.

Photo by Calum Lewis on Unsplash

Wendy Scott-Penson

Encourager. Wife. Mama. Works with Wycliffe.




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