We all deal with things in life that we need to “kill” or “conquer”—things that confine us. Maybe it is an addiction, fear, worry, anxiety, stress, anger, depression, or insecurity. Maybe it is something else.
Whatever it may be, once you recognize the need for change, you can make the decision to actually make the change. Change is a choice. It might be frightening, but sometimes we have to walk through that fear to find our freedom.
Any journey to freedom takes strength, courage, and determination. It means leaving or departing from the place where you have been—whether mentally, physically, or both—and going to a new place. Think something new and do something new. Allowing your thoughts to continually go negatively into the past will never allow you to move forward and fully grasp the future.
Take a small step towards order every day, and in your season of change, allow God to teach you something new. In your path to freedom, don’t be afraid of the unknown, and don’t be afraid of what others can do to you. You might feel little when you first step out, but you are a whole lot more than you know.