Nanowrimo is not happening for me this year, but I’m trying to write everyday in November. I’ll be posting fragments of what I write here daily, edited very lightly for clarity and grammar. Here’s post #12.
“And so, if you feel yourself stuck in a place that no longer fits the shape of your life, bound to your nets by expectation or obligation or sheer habit, Jesus says, “Come, follow me.”
If you are trapped by rhythms that you didn’t choose but now seem to be all that you can choose, Jesus says, “Come follow me.”
If you’re stuck in cycles of regret and anger that imprint themselves on the people around you , Jesus says, “Come follow me.”
If you don’t know your worth outside of your role, Jesus says “Come, follow me.”
If your icons have become your idols, Jesus says, “Come, follow me.”
If you’re trapped in a story that once was beautiful but now no longer fits the shape of your soul, Jesus says “Come, Follow me.” “