I let go and let God be God in my life.
Gardens thrive when weeds are removed, allowing flowers or vegetables room to grow. The same is true for myself—when I remove the “weeds” of negativity and worry, I clear the way for greater blessings. I let go. Am I holding on to things or thoughts that no longer fit into how I want to live? I let go of old habits or negative ways of thinking and let God fill my mind with the wonder and vision of all that is before me. I let God. Letting go of the past opens the way for new joy to fill my thoughts. By releasing what is no longer important, I make space for new joy and greater blessings. I let go and let God be God in my life, today and always.
But as for what was sown on good soil, this is the one who hears the word and understands it, who indeed bears fruit.—Matthew 13:23