Forgiveness isn’t a sign of weakness. Kindness doesn’t make you a door mat. Extending grace is bold. Thanks for the reminder, Mo.
Mo Isom, former LSU Soccer star and current inspirational speaker, redefines freedom in her first spoken word. The Truth in this video rocked me to my core and I hope it does the same for you.
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline.” -2 Timothy 1:7
Recently, God’s been teaching me to be better, to be bold. I’ve been the girl who is afraid to step on peoples toes and stand up for what I know is right when it might lead to disagreements. I’ve had a fearful and timid spirit and am taking baby steps (sometimes I think my steps are more of a crawl, but none the less, I’m moving forward!) towards a spirit of power, love, and self-discipline mentioned in 2 Timothy 1:7. One of my first steps has been using my platform and God-given talents as a journalist to write a sports commentary in Hilltop Views, my university’s campus newspaper.
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Be better. Be bold.