Depending on your view, rails or fences can be there to protect you. Or be an obstacle that can prevent us from moving forward.
This Seeds of Love Quilters Devotional was a project that had lots of “rails and fences”.
In my mind, there was a big old sign on that fence that said. No trespassing. You can’t do this. It won’t work anyway.
Ever been there?
You want to do this thing. But deep down, the doubts stop you? That’s the way I felt about this project. And to be honest? It seemed easier to put the whole thing on the back burner, ignore it, and convince myself I heard God wrong.
But, at the end of the day? It wasn’t any easier. The dream to create quilters’ devotionals and writing nagged me. I felt guilty for not pursuing it.
Registration is now open for the Seeds of Love 2023 Quilter’s Devotional Journey.
From my experience, you’ll have that dream swimming around in your head, waiting to be born. And God will continue to call you for what He purposed you to do.
One thing I’ve learned along the way is this,
God’s timing is perfect, and you can trust Him to show you the way. (psalm 32:8)
I had doubts about turning this into a devotional series – but I had to trust God’s leading.
Don’t let doubts get in the way of what God is calling you to do.
Now for our block.
This is a fun block to make. Simple cutting – simple sewing. No hand stitching this time! 🙂
All you need is four fabrics. A rotary cutter with a good blade, A rotary cutting ruler* – I love my 6″ X 24″ Olfa ruler. And a mat. Gotta have that mat.*
The Basics Steps
- Cut strips of fabric to the width indicated on your pattern.
- Sew the strips together.
- Next – press the seams all in the same direction.
- Cut across the strips you just sewed together to make block units.
- Sew four units together. And you are done. Easy peasy block.
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Until next time, enjoy your day and the journey
One thought on “Getting Past Doubts by Trusting God”
I can so relate to this post Adele. Since the end of October, we have been jumping through hoops to get my husband a much needed TAVR surgery for his failing heart valve replacement that was affected by Covid. It finally happened 2/22, and I am so into gratitude and thankfulness to God. There were many mornings on my prayer porch when my faith faltered. Bless you for sharing your talents and your faith.
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