It was 8 months ago when I published my first devotional. It was a dream I had in my heart for 10 years. Then God began to use people to speak it into my life. That seed grew. My faith began to flourish and doubt began to diminish. I started to believe in myself. I started to believe that if God called me to it He would help me write it. And guess what?!? He did. He put all the right people in my path. They would help me with editing, accountability, and graphic design. Women helping (supporting) women. Helping them make their wildest dreams come true. I’m here at 12 am to remind someone of their calling. Im here to remind you to tend to your calling. Nurture it, tend to it, and watch it grow. But first, you must believe in yourself! Believe you can do all thing through Christ who gives you strength. Phil 4:13
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I have often felt alone in my pain. Like no one else can relate to all the feelings I have. Feeling like I’m the only one in this emotional chaos. A tumbleweed of emotions. The wind blowing me left, right and all around! Everyday trying to center myself, and capture every thought captive. I have questioned my Heavenly Father, “Why me?” Why do I have tall these emotions, this kind of story, a story of pain, division, different types of abuse, addictions, hardship, sorrow, a generation of brokenness?
The Lord replied, “Why not you Reyna”? I want to use your pain to touch the lives of many. Your pain, your stories, your life is relatable to many. You just don’t realize it because they are suffering in silence. And the more you keep your pain to yourself the longer you all will suffer in silence.
I walked on this earth to set people free. I gave you that story because I knew I could trust you with that pain. I knew I could trust you to share it to set other people free.
I want to break every chain, addictions, strongholds, and demonic spirits that cause chaos in the lives of my children.
I want people to see my power working through you. I want people to experience my healing power through your redemption story.
My love is sufficient. My love heals all wounds. My love turns your ashes in to something beautiful.
I am mighty to save.
I am your true companion.
I am your healer.
I am your healing balm.
I gave you all those emotions so you can write and bring healing to many.
Will you write? Will you sing? Will you paint? Will you draw? Will you create? Will you speak?
Will you stop running from my purpose for your life.
Will you be willing to share the redemption story I am writing through you?
Will you allow me to create something beautiful with your ashes? – God
For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Matthew 6:21
Determining your priorities can be a tricky thing. It can deplete you and leave you feeling burned out. In today’s IG stories I share with you a few thoughts on how to align your priorities with God. If you cannot find today’s IG story it’s under the tab wisdom on @reynamorrisco. Let me know your thoughts, what do you have a challenge with when it comes to prioritizing?
I’ve been MIA this week because I’ve been feeling exhausted, burned out, out of sorts. Whenever I feel this way I want to give up on my endeavors. I ask myself why even bother trying to build something when I don’t see results. Being a mom of two, a wife, working part time remotely and building my side businesses it and dealing with covid can be a lot. I often have to discern who needs my time and energy. This week I needed time to myself, time to unplug and shower myself with lots of grace. Can I remind you, It’s okay not to have it all together. It’s okay not to have your house in order all the time. It’s okay to take a break. To not post on social or scroll. It’s okay to take time to recharge. You don’t have to explain to anyone. Only you know what your body needs. I needed some quiet time. A hot bath. To dry brush. To light a candle. To listen to Carrie Underwood’s new Christmas album. To make me a gingerbread tea. To read my bible. To write in my journal. To stop striving. And most importantly To rest in His abiding presence. He renews my spirits, sparks the light within me.