Feeling like Moses

I’ve been feeling good the last few days. The anticipation of my book was exciting. Another page in my chapter is about to be written.

My husband took me out to celebrate my book release last night. A great meal, great drinks, many congratulations … I felt so overwhelmingly special. I thought maybe my anxiety would start to rear its ugly head. But no, my night was amazing!

So far, I have had three invites to speak/write about the book and my own personal experience with depression. Meaning — I need to break out of my shell PRONTO! Am I scared? Yes. However, I know this is what was ordained by God for me to do.

Thinking about my ‘presentation’ is a job in itself. How do I say this? What should I say now? Can I really say that? Humm… I better not say that! (lol) I can only pray that God gives me the words and the voice to fulfill this purpose. {For you Bible scholars, I compared myself with Moses. He wasn’t a great speaker, but with God, Moses became a great leader of the people.}

But Moses pleaded with the LORD, “O Lord, I’m not very good with words. I never have been, and I’m not now, even though you have spoken to me. I get tongue-tied, and my words get tangled.”

Exodus 4:10
NLT Version

I don’t have too many thoughts going on today (surprisingly). My husband and I went out celebrating last night… only to wake up at 7:00am to go to our son’s early morning basketball game. I think I’m still asleep. 😴 But I’m sure my mind will have plenty to think about around lunchtime. 🍽

Until next time … be blessed!

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