“Wholehearted living” means to love God, yourself and others, with all your heart. Sounds simple, but day-to-day do you find yourself living wholeheartedly? Unfortunately, most of us don’t. The secrets to living wholeheartedly are contained in a treasured family recipe; one that was supposed to have been passed down from generation to generation. It seems, however, to have been lost along the way.
Several years ago God gave this “Wholehearted Living” recipe to me. With some practice I began to master it, and as a result, experienced amazing transformation. As I taught other women how to make the recipe, they also experienced tremendous results. Now I would like to share it with you. It is not a complicated recipe with a lot of ingredients you’ve never heard of. In fact, I am confident you already have the ingredients on hand. You’ve just been missing the recipe.
In preparation for this recipe you won’t need to preheat the oven, but you will need to consider that at least some of what you believe just might not bet true. The first step then, is to declutter your beliefs; check the expiration date and toss out any that are stale or no longer serve you well at this point in your life. Pay special attention to those beliefs about who you are and what you are capable of, as those are the most common that prevent wholehearted living.
In subsequent articles I will reveal the 3 ingredients for this amazing recipe. Until then, happy decluttering!