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Who's in charge here?

Have you ever walked into a business, organization, or an event and it was completely unorganized and downright chaotic? I know I have, and in my mind (and sometimes out of my mouth), I thought or said "Who's in charge here?!" So, why did I ask that question?

I asked that question because I was curious to know who was responsible for allowing such mismanagement to happen (while at times, depending on the situation, prayerfully offering help to assist in bringing some type of order). God has been dealing with me for some time about the management of my life and things I need to let go of and want to control. Last week, He confirmed what I heard him speak in a facebook post I read from a pastor whom I have great respect for and consider a general in the Kingdom (Bishop Anthony Lawson). In summary his post challenged the believer as well as the non-believer to allow God to be the manager and allow Him to take the lead in our lives. We must allow Jesus to be Lord over our lives because anything or anyone else outside of the will of God, has the potential to become a god and this is a big no no. Read Exodus 20:3.

We can spend a lot of time trying to manage our own lives as well as the lives of others. This in turn produces unnecessary stress, frustration, and worry to name a few. Instead of trying to manage our own lives and the lives of others, let God be the one in charge. Why? Because HE IS GOD! We are who we are and we have what we have because of Him. So I encourage you today to go ahead and FIRE MANAGEMENT! That's right, give yourself a letter of termination for trying to control every aspect of your life. Like many of you, I've learned the hard way and to be honest, I'm still learning! However, when I let go of the need to control; when I let go of the right to be right (that's a blog topic for another day); and let God be the one who's in control of it all, I'm always better for it.

Do yourself a favor. Look at your life and ask yourself the question "Who's in charge here?" and if the answer isn't God, then give the termination notice to whoever or whatever needs to receive it and live in peace knowing that God has you. Read Psalm 121

Blessings and love,


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Oct 10, 2022

I love this blog! So encouraging and informative! ❤️

Wandra Williams
Wandra Williams
Oct 17, 2022
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Thank you! God be praised 🙌🏽♥️

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