More on that later

Part 4 – 100 days

Today is day 91! I am so proud of myself for getting to this point. I set out to fix my relationship with God, well to actually develop a relationship with God and I feel like I definitely accomplished that! I came to the realization that I have never had a relationship with God and I was just playing at it. That was a hard thing to accept. But I have taken great steps to fix it.

I wake up every day and have prayer and Bible reading while I’m having breakfast. I have broken some habitual sins that have literally held me hostage for twenty years, and I have started to improve my heart and be able to really keep myself on the path towards God and holiness. This was a major accomplishment for me. At times, I still feel completely unworthy to even consider myself on the right path, especially considering my past, but I know that I need to let those feelings of inadequacy go and move forward.

One thing that was a by-product of my 100-days was that I cut dating and romantic interactions with men out of my life. It was very important to do this as I knew that if I allowed that area to continue to be active, my mind would not be on anything spiritual and I would most definitely not be breaking any past habits. It was a solid must!

Now that I am just 9 short days away from my goal, I have some thoughts…

First of all, WOW. I am so proud of myself.

Secondly, can I keep up this relationship after the 100 days are over. It just so happened to work out that my 100-days end the day before work begins so I am thrust right back into my regular routine. That was a major concern for me because I know how easily I can drop habits that I’ve worked so hard to cement in my life. It’s much easier when my routine gets shifted.

But with moving, I am just a quick walk to work so I know that I can keep a similar routine in the morning and not have to worry about leaving at a specific time or I’d miss my bus. Which is super awesome!

So overall, this has been a great experience for me! And I am so happy that I was able to have it, and while it was a little easy to get it started in a pandemic, a few of the habits I wanted to cut from my life were thriving in the pandemic so that made it a struggle as well. But I am just so happy that I have reached this point and am excited to continue forward with it!

6 thoughts on “More on that later

  1. Congratulations, and Yes, you can definitely keep up with your new habits. Gods got you and your Christian sisters and brothers, including myself, are behind you all the way.

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