Her message was super charged and funny and real and true. She said that as Christians, the Holy Spirit is essential to our lives. As women, we need to learn to work with the Holy Spirit and our intuition. We can’t work with both without having a clear mind; we can’t work with both without being tuned in to what God’s voice sounds like. We need to learn God’s voice before we make any changes in our lives. We must be able to hear Him in the stillness first, then we can hear Him in the storm.
Of course, woven between these important points listed were scriptures (2 Timothy 3:1-5, Psalms 119:30, Isaiah 30:21), stories, deeper explanations. I woke up thinking about it this morning. Especially one small point she mentioned in the last minute of her message: start journaling. How did she know that’s something that’s fallen out of my life lately? For me, revelation comes in journaling: writing down prayers, writing out scriptures, doodling while being quiet, centering myself by focusing on God first. I don’t have time to do everything, but I have time to do the most important things. Welcome back early morning journaling.
“Hey, you!” Lisa says, “start journaling.”