Weekly Encouragement: Letting Go of the Lies


Therefore, encourage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing 

1 Thessalonians 5:11

Hey everyone! I know I have been posting like crazy lately but God has been laying so many different things on my heart lately and I feel so inspired to share with you everything God is revealing to me. Maybe I should add a third post every week haha- a post for my women’s ministry series, a post of weekly encouragement, and a more personal post. But here is the issue I am running into- I feel like all three things often intertwine together and correlate. I want my whole life to be all about ministering to others, encouraging others, and using my life and personal stories/struggles to encourage you! Every time I post I pray that God will allow ONE person to read my post. That ONE person who will be encouraged and feel the Spirit’s love and security. I have been praying over and over that my life will be used by God to build other women up. As I was praying today and spending time with God, I was reminded that God seriously has some amazing things for me.

Today I was encouraged that I need to let go of the lies the enemy is telling me. I felt so empowered and encouraged by the Holy Spirit to let go of the voice in my head ( the enemy ) that is telling me that I’m not good enough, that I’m alone, and that I will never have a true purpose or value. This thought made me think of Eve in the Bible when she ate the fruit. Even though she made a huge mistake and did what God did not want her to do, God still offered her hope. Even though Eve ruined her covenant with God, God still brought hope and salvation to the situation. In Genesis 3:15 which discusses the fall, God talked to the serpent and said “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heel” this is very powerful and shows the omniscience of God. The point I want to make here is this- bruised heels still crush the head of the serpent. You can be at your lowest point, and you can still get rid of the enemy’s voice inside of your head that is telling you that you can’t do it.

Killing the voice in your head that tells you that you can’t do anything will change your perspective and point of view. It will cause you to celebrate all of the times God says “no” in your life. When God closes a door, He is leading you closer and closer to His amazing plan for your life. Keep in mind that every person who doesn’t accept you, every relationship that ends, and every job that rejects you; every single one of these “no’s” is leading you closer to God and His plan for your life. Other people will discourage you or say that what you are doing with your life isn’t smart or accepted, but you have to just look at God and trust in His plan and His miracles.

My advice to you is to stop diluting your prayers with your fears. Pray that God will destroy everything that isn’t for you and your purpose. Pray that God will clothe you in His righteousness. Pray that you will feel His presence walking with you every single step of the way. Allow Him to lead your life instead of you trying to lead it by yourself. Pray that God will take away all other options in your life so you know that He is the one performing the miracle in your life.

Something I’ve thought about today is who are my dream spiritual mentors. These mentors are people who I want to mirror and people who inspire my life. I encourage you to do this too and figure out what you like about those people and what traits you want to emulate from them. The first person that inspires me is Sadie Robertson. She inspires me to be fearless and to demonstrate true joy and courage. The next person that inspires me is Francis Chan. He has such a giving and loving spirit that discourages materialism and self, and that is something I want to have in my life as well. Finally, I am encouraged by Rachel Hollis. If she was my mentor, I would want it to be for business because she started as a blogger like me and I think she is so inspiring and has a great business mindset. Keep in mind those people in your life/ those people you admire and work on living like them. You obviously shouldn’t copy them exactly, but look at their faith in God and try to mirror some of their habits and mindsets so you can feel encouraged daily.

Something cool that I heard in a sermon today was the fact that if you are on fire for God, those around you will start to be on fire for God too. This can apply to most relationships in your life. Following Christ puts a light in your life and will shine so others can see it as well. I always pray that I can become one of those people that you feel the presence of God around. I know a couple of people like this in my personal life and I always hope that I can be like that, too. For 2020, this week, today- chase God’s presence. You will never regret the time you spend with God. I’m praying for all of you who read to this point and I hope you guys aren’t getting too annoyed at me yet. I love you all and I appreciate everyone who reads all my posts! If you are a new visitor and are reading for the first time, comment down below so I can welcome you to this community. I love you guys! – Cami

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Author: camixdahms

Hello! I am a lifestyle blogger and college student. I hope you'll stick around :)

3 thoughts on “Weekly Encouragement: Letting Go of the Lies”

  1. Hi! I’m new here! This post stood out to me. We so easily believe the enemy’s lies but we don’t have to!
    Thanks for sharing your love for Jesus with others and letting the Spirit guide you to speak to us!


  2. Thank you, Cami just found you in Pinterest and I’ve been binge-reading your posts. Keep doing a good job and allowing God to use you sis stay blessed. Love Precious all the way from South Africa.

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