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Embrace Your Reset


Thank God for the ability to reset. Reset means to set again, readjust, or to set differently. Honestly, many times in my life and on this journey with God, I've needed a reset. There were times in college when I told myself “no more smoking”, then I got invited out to an environment where smoking was going on, and I fell right back into it. Or the time I tried to start purity/abstinence, but failed and had to restart. And the time I started a ministry that failed very quickly, but I decided to restart. And that’s when His Daughter’s Closet was birthed. Or even the times I fell off with my journey with God and had to become more aware of myself to get back on it.


Honestly, I thank God for the ability to reset and, in other words, reboot or restart. Even after all these failed attempts, God continues to show me it’s okay to reset. To put away the old deeds, old actions, old failures, and the old person, and put on the new principles and restart with God.


You may wonder how to truly reset, and it first starts with your words.

Speak life into the areas that need a reset. Speak faith. Speak power and divine empowerment to help you reset. This is your prayer. Don't overthink it, just begin to speak life and renew your faith.


Next, envision your reset. How does your reset look to you? How do you feel? How did you accomplish it? The more you envision a better start, the more likely you are to experience it.


Lastly, be aware that many times we fail, fall off, and even slip because we lose awareness of who we are and the God we serve. Becoming aware of your principles, your values, and God's heart will help you to reset even better and get aligned.


A reset isn’t meant to make you feel condemned or even bad, but instead it’s meant to make you feel better, to make you feel free from guilt and shame. The reset is for you to walk into who you really are in God.


Embrace Your Reset!


Weekly Scripture

"throw off your old sinful nature and your former way of life, which is corrupted by lust and deception. and to be renewed in the spirit of your minds,"

Eph 4:22-23





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