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 A Year of Obedience and Faith

Well, it has been One year since the beginning of Tenacious Talisha. After a long year of transition, I feel my calling and purpose is to share my story. I have always been a person that believes in being tenacious and a planner. However, over the last year, I have learned that no matter how much I plan, God's timing is always better than my own and that sometimes it is better to take life daily. This next year of Tenacious Talisha will hold an ending to my Master's Degree program and my second year as a merchant. I often wonder if all these stories, whether long or short have inspired you the reader. I am thankful for everyone who discovers this page, and I pray you are left wanting more of Jesus.

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Finding Stability in the Midst of Uncertainty: Anchoring Yourself in What's True and Noble"

Have you ever faced a situation where everything seems uncertain, and you don't know how to make it through? We've all been there at some point in our lives. But, in times like these, having a source of hope and inspiration can make all the difference. That's where Lysa TerKeurst's book, "You're Going to Make It: 50 Morning and Evening Devotionals," comes in. In this book, TerKeurst provides a collection of devotionals that offer encouragement and guidance for navigating life's challenges. From personal stories to biblical teachings, "Your Going to Make It" is a valuable resource for anyone who needs a reminder that they're not alone in their struggles.

Life can be full of unknowns, and it's easy to feel lost and overwhelmed when facing them. But as we learn to navigate the uncertainties, we can find a sense of grounding and stability. That sense of grounding comes from something that anchors me in the middle of the unknowns I face. As the Apostle Paul wrote in Philippians 4:8, "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things." In this blog, I will explore how anchoring ourselves amid uncertainty can help us focus on what is good and faithful, even in difficult times.

Anchoring ourselves amid uncertainty can help us stay centered and focused. This anchoring can take many forms, such as a daily meditation practice, a supportive community of friends and family, or a personal mantra or affirmation. My faith is my anchor, providing a sense of grounding and stability amid life's uncertainties. When we anchor ourselves in something essential to us, we gain an understanding of perspective that helps us weather the storms of fate. We are reminded that there are things that are constant and unchanging, even when everything else seems to be in flux. This sense of stability can be a powerful tool for managing stress and anxiety and maintaining a positive outlook even in difficult times. Anchoring ourselves amid uncertainty can also help us focus on what is good and faithful. As Paul wrote in Philippians 4:8, we are called to think about actual, noble, correct, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and praiseworthy things. When anchored in something that provides stability and grounding, we are better equipped to focus on these things, even amid arduous circumstances.

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