Breaking Bread For 6.2.20


Rise up; this matter is in your hands. We will support you, so take courage and do it.”

Ezra 10:4


God never gives us more than we can handle. It’s easier said than it is to realize and accept at times. What is placed before us we can either stand up and take care of or we can run and hide from in fear. No matter what it will be there until we do it, resolve it, fix it, get rid of it, compartmentalize it, or adjust for it.

What is before you, you can handle— it’s in your hands and you do have support— first starting with God, and then, the people and resources that He puts before you.

If you look around and see little to no one beside you that is positive, loving, encouraging, and supportive then you need to re-align yourself with the right type of people. Who you surround yourself with clearly reflects who you are as a person, or who you think you are, and what you offer to the world in exchange. You produce the fruit of the seed that is planted, watered, and fed—and that fruit is made up of whatever it drinks and eats. All of that then comes out of you. Rotten or rewarding. Be mindful of that.


Father, I pray for the courage, wisdom, and discipline to do what I’m supposed to; to focus on checking off the items on my to-do list; to pushing past my fears; to achieving my goals; to seeing people for who they are and not who I think they are or want them to be; and to stand up and take those steps to living the life You intend for me.

Father give me the strength to breathe with mindfulness through my circumstances, serve and live fully, and with intentionality. Amen.

Lovingly yours,


Copyright 2011-2020. Natasha L. Foreman. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha L. Foreman.

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