One usually rebuilds something after it has been damaged or destroyed. When something needs to be rebuilt, it could also need mending. It may have to be mended because it may not be completely destroyed; however, it could be broken, torn or injured. We all come to a point in life when we are tired of doing the same things over and over again. We are tired of these things haunting us, hindering us and preventing us from living a purposed-filled life. When you are fed up and you’ve really had enough you will truly take the necessary steps towards rebuilding your life, your heart, your mind and your behavior. There are various reasons why one may feel the need to start reconstructing their lives. Some people may be tired of hiding the addiction and they’re ready to be free. Some people may be tired of hiding a bad habit and they’re ready to come clean and do something about it. Some may be tired of letting depression, anxiety, anger and stress ruin their lives. It’s time to stop denying that we have struggles. It’s time to stop denying that we need help. It’s time to step up and regain control of our lives. In order for us to truly turn tragedy to triumph, we have to make a conscious decision to start rebuilding, to start making some changes, to take charge of our thoughts and to take charge of our actions. We have to let go of fear and learn to trust God completely. I encourage you to read, study and meditate on Proverbs 3:5-6.
We may not understand it and sometimes it may get very confusing and overwhelming but we must rebuild anyway. We must trust God anyway. Rebuilding allows us to begin living the life that we’ve always dreamed of. Rebuilding helps us to start liking ourselves again. It’s hard to love someone else the way they deserve to be loved when we can’t even love ourselves. So yes, It’s time to get to know you again. It’s time that you fall in love with yourself all over again. It’s time to rebuild!!! Just like Nehemiah when he made the decision to rebuild the wall, we must be intentional in making the decision to rebuild our lives. Nehemiah knew a city without a wall was more exposed to danger. He knew that by rebuilding, however, would give the people of Jerusalem a new sense of security, a sense of stability, a sense of happiness and some much needed confidence. The same applies to us. Let’s start REBUILDING ya’ll!!!!
Tune in later this week. I will provide you guys with a really awesome devotional audio exercise on the 12 steps to take to begin rebuilding your life and make it ridiculously amazing. I will also discuss/study Nehemiah chapters 2 & 3 later this week. If you want you can read the Book of Nehemiah with me.
Peace and Blessings 🙂