1. I’m still a fairly new Christian and find myself forgetting far too often that the Holy Spirit lives in me :). Wonderful inspiration here of how and why to be bold, Sabra. Thank you for sharing your story. Fear can stop us from fulfilling our destinies. Only God can push us through those scary places. Many blessings to you as you continue on this journey!

    1. Thank you so much Candace!! Writing this post came at such a wonderful time as I needed to be reminded of trusting in the Holy Spirit again! I’m graduating college and jumping into the life of self employment!

      I hope this story inspires you to take your own leap with the Holy Spirit!

      XOXO, Sabra G.

  2. God is so faithful! He always equips us for the calling He has placed on our lives. It’s in the moments that we feel the least qualified that He shows up in a big way and uses our weakness for His glory. Great reminder to be bold today!

    1. So true, Sarah! And we constantly have to be reminded of it!

      Thank you for reading!!

      XOXO, Sabra G.

  3. Love your story Sabra! We each have our own unique story and it’s so good to hear that of others. I often find too that when God calls me to something I don’t feel prepared but then He assures me that with Him I am. Enjoy the journey 🙂

  4. Thank you for sharing at Sitting Among Friends. Great story that Sarah has shared here today. So encouraging for new Christians and even some older Christians that think they have to themselves be equipped for disciplining. If Christ calls us He will equip us we just have to be available.

  5. Thank you, Crystal! I’m glad that I was a bible study leader. I loved it so much! And I still talk with a bunch of the girls that I had in my studies. Now I’m graduating and starting a journey to self employment! I hope that I can find a way to keep ministry in my work through photography and blog design.

    Thank you again!

    Sabra G.

  6. Thanks so much for sharing your story! It is such a good reminder of relying on the Holy Spirit to guide and equip us for the tasks that He has prepared for us. On our own, it is definitely much more difficult to say yes. It’s so encouraging to see how God used you!

  7. Remember Moses thought he was inadequate and not up to the job when God asked him to go to Egypt. Many great people in the Bible thought they were not ready or able.

    God bless.

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