Long ago (2016), I wrote a blog post all about living life in a bubble.
You can read it here;
Somewhere in there, was the thought about “Holy discontent”.
Has your discontent caused you to hide in that bubble?
Or has your discontent helped you to find a way out, and on to something new?
And about considering your bubble – Is it a comfy place? Or a prison?
Recognizing the difference is really important.
Here is where we need to be able to discern the difference between hiding,
and simply taking time away to understand where our contentment lies.
Don’t become stuck.
Don’t get too comfy.
Growth and discomfort – they seem to go hand in hand.
Learn from your discontent – it may push you further than you might think possible.
We tend to learn more when the storm is raging – if we don’t hide from it.
Let me encourage you, as I have had to encourage myself, to see your bubble for what it is.
Stay there for as long as is healthy, then,
Step out of it.
See what God has in store for you on the other side.
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