Perseverance Every Day (Take Five)

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Perseverance Every Day (Take Five)

The world is a noisy place. It’s easy to get distracted by the urgency of our lives, depressed about the state of our careers or overly focused on how we can fix our own problems. Today, we’re rounding up posts that bring peace, hope and order to an often chaotic life. How can you reclaim your time today? What is the thing that you need to release into God’s hands?

“My Bible lies alone on the end table it’s gentle, calming whisper overpowered by the dishes sloshing in the sink. The clatter they make when I was them rises above even the sounds of children’s voices, ‘Look, Ma. Watch me, Mom.’ They’ve found some incredible treasure but my ears are deaf to life. I’ve chosen my master.” Finish the post here. 

“Recently, I was preparing to deliver a speech and found myself in a funk. I was experiencing an unusual amount of distraction and self-doubt. Fortunately, I had about four hours before I was to go on stage. So, I decided to call my wife, Gail.” Read more here. 

“I don’t know if you’ve ever had the experience in your life when you felt like God really wanted you to do something and you absolutely did not want to do what you thought He’d asked you to do.” Finish this post here. 

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“God is in the business of reclaiming our spent goods and worn-out offerings and then fashioning them into new shapes. God welcomes the opportunity to call out beauty that is hidden behind splinters and weathered knots.” Keep reading here. 

To Reclaim is to Create












Check out an earlier Take 5 post here.

About The Author
Dani Nichols
Dani Nichols
Hi, I'm Dani. As managing editor of Trochia, my job is to edit all of our pieces and give our writers guidance with excellence, Biblical truth and gracious storytelling in mind. I love our mission and community here at Trochia and am so honored to work with this incredible team. I'm married to Adam and have beautiful baby girl, Adelay. We live in Oregon and enjoy kayaking, hiking, snowshoeing and sharing good food with friends and family.
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