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Daughter of the King - Part 4



Finally, we are in the final week of this Daughter of King series. Last week got pretty deep into the inner thoughts of my heart and some of the areas that needed renewed by the Truth Teller, for without His words we can get tossed to and fro by all the world is telling us to be.

 

The final word I want to talk about is resilience. This is not spoken about in the book, but I believe it is a character trait that it takes to abide in this day and time.

 

resilience | rəˈzilēəns | (also resiliency)

noun

1 the capacity to withstand or to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness: the remarkable resilience of so many institutions | supporting individuals to overcome adversity and build resilience | our business has shown strong resilience during these unprecedented times.

2 the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity: nylon is excellent in wearability and resilience.

 

Does this description give you such hope? There are words that not only define us, but also refine us all at the same time. This is one of those words.

 

If you remember the last blog of January, I spoke about Job declaring “though you slay me, yet I will hope in him.” That is a perfect example of resilience in my book. He endured until the Father poured. Let me say that again another way: We endure until the Father pours down on us again and again. We are not guaranteed blessings, but it’s in His good pleasure to bless us. It was a covenant He made with Abraham that can never be revoked, and we are a part of that legacy and genealogy too.

 

I had to do a little more digging about resilience, and I found this document that perfectly depicts what I will be focusing on as a resource locally and virtually. What I have below is so heart-warming that feelings of emotions are flooding down my face. God gave me these words years ago and I didn’t really know why. Then, as I was writing this series, the need to search it out brought me to this simple page from years ago that reveals my heart. For, as I read the four components to resilience, it explains the last seven years of my life, energy, and eternal purpose.




I am in the process of starting a non-profit called The Widow Walk. These four components will be the exact thing we will be focusing on—health, mindset, purpose work, actual walks, talks and learning how to compassionately take care of each other in this sacred group called widow/widower-hood. 

 

Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks, for helping you grieve well gives me access to an eternal well that’s becoming a place I love to dwell. Amen.


Until next time,

Keep Believing

Keep Braving

Keep Beaming

 


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What you are sharing with us here about your story of resilience is of immense value, Micah, and I thank you for it.  Indeed, I am excited about the available healing power that will be manifest in “The Widow Walk” resource to come.

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