THANK YOU

I am so quick to forget the deliverance You have given me God.
You are incredible.
Thank You.

Thank You for setting me free.
Thank You for giving me an ability to extend grace to myself. Grace sufficient.
Thank You for teaching me that what I resist, persists. I can’t but You can. I rest in that.
Thank You for fighting on my behalf.
Thank You that I can eat food and no longer get anxious about the harm it’s going to do to my body.
Thank You that I can see food for what it is… fuel.

Thank You for teaching me about my worth… that it is found in You!
Thank You that body image no longer consumes me, I see perspective.
Thank You that controlling thoughts no longer have power over me.
And thank You for teaching me to take them captive in mindfulness.

Thank You that I can now stare shame in the face.

Thank You for providing people along the way who spoke right into my life.
Thank You for showing me that I’ve been called higher, and this life really isn’t about me. There is so much more.
Thank you for showing me that my mind can be renewed. It’s a real thing!
Thank You for teaching me that my body is a temple and I have been given the privilege to steward it… all for Your glory.
Thank You for teaching me that I’m not a victim. I’m an overcomer through Christ.
Thank You for delighting in me and tangibly showing me just how much You love me.
Thank You for teaching me about health and giving me a desire to be healthy.
Thank You for giving me peace in exactly who I am. Who You made me to be.

I’m so quick to forget and run to You asking You to do more for me, to give me another miracle. I forget what all You’ve already done. You are amazing God. I thank You that I’ve been met by grace. I repent for the times I have sought Your hand rather than Your face. Thank You for forgiving me.

I love You, Lord!

Love Your daughter, Rebekah Lynn.

(Feb 6/17)

Psalm 51

Published by: Rebekah Clearwater

In a world of noise, writing is the catalyst that drives my focus back to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and reminds me of the hope I have in Him— nothing has changed, yet everything has changed.

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