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Anjuli grew up as a missionary kid secretly wondering, “Why does everyone else understand what a relationship with Jesus is, but me?” It wasn’t until she ran into her fears instead of from them, that Anjuli found her voice and the love of God meeting her there. She is a...

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  1. Thanks, Anjuli! What a marvelous reminder that leaning isn’t hard work. I’m so grateful it’s just “an exhale and a sway”. Our God is so amazing to require so little from us in our efforts to secure His blessings!

  2. Dear Anjuli:

    I found myself reading parts of your share out oud and substituting me for you. I pray that you do not mind. Every time I face trouble, my instinct is to run away instead of leaning IN to it. Thank you for this encouragement that I need today. May God continue to richly bless you with your shares as they are encouraging.

  3. Amen. Thank you for speaking truth. And we can choose again with each new day to do the hard. He makes all things new.

  4. I woke up this morning telling my hubby how anxious I am because I am starting really tough stuff in counseling today and I don’t want to do the hard. Then I read this. Your devotional is an example of God’s perfect timing because I needed to read this.

  5. Such amazing wisdom at the perfect timing in my life. It has been a difficult year, between family circumstances, and my own health. Although I have faced difficulties in the past, these have felt overwhelming with each day, and yet I seem to be facing them this time with more strength and ability to walk forward, instead of diverting. Thank you for your beautiful words of faith and wisdom. They will help me to remain moving through it all to resolution with God’s gentle hand.

  6. Anjuli,

    I’ve learned that the trials I faced earlier in life actually prepared me for God’s blessings. From 2007 till 2017 I was the main caregiver for my parents. It wasn’t always easy. In 2016 my dad’s dementia got the best of him & we put him in geriatric psych hospital-he went back in 2017. Those were some of the hardest days. Those trials produced character & hope. They gave me a fresh perspective on hospital patients. God chose to bless me in 2019 with a part-time ICU Step Down clerical position. That has since turned into a full-time ICU clerical position. I’m using that experience to assist RNs, CNAs & to comfort patients & families. I’m praying that I’m becoming a woman of God who showers this world & her little corner of the hospital with God’s light & love.

    Blessings 🙂

  7. This message was right on time, thank you for being so obedient to the Spirit and vulnerable with your heart!