What I Find When I LEAP
Leap is a risky word. It flies in the face of comfort and conformity. It questions tradition and pushes back on the way things have always been.
Leap changes a person, making her realize there is power in living audaciously.
Leap is about being recklessly bold and intrepidly daring. Living leap can be surprising or shocking.
I reread my list and wondered if maybe I am a fraud. Instead of giving up, I gave it more thought. Maybe the problem is I need to understand the goodness of God. Because if God is good, then I can audaciously trust Him. I started praying on the same day I made the list, November 25, to understand more fully the goodness of God in order to audaciously trust Him.
I want to leap and live the life God creates for me.
Just because the calendar rolled to a new year doesn’t mean leap will roll out of my life. It is here to stay, woven into the fibers of my heart. Today I look at my list and realize seven of the items are now part of the life I’m living.
I leap and find a very good God as my safety night.