And I wanted to make things a little bit better
Started talking to You like I was writing a letter
I asked You to make me a little more safe
And to show up in person to show me more grace
Procrastination is when you unnecessarily delay the process of doing things at their right time. Things in life have a right time, whether or not there’s a firm deadline by which others keep us accountable. The ‘right time’ is often determined by the consequences and benefits of when you do or don’t do it.
This proclamation of salvation, it is our joy, and it can be others as well! Our story of redemption, and of God’s working in our lives, it’s our gift from God to share with others. We are living testaments to the goodness and power of our God, and if God works through us, “…sinners will return to [Him].” Praise be to God.
I want to be someone whose tongue sings of His righteousness, and when my mouth is open, it is declaring His praise. I want to breathe in all He is, and breathe out all He is.
I’m excited to share part 2 with you as I write about my heart and motivation behind capsulewardrobing (still loving my new verb!) and minimizing in general. So… what is it about capsule wardrobes that resonates with me? Here are a few thoughts about the benefits of capsule wardrobes:
Recently I, Jessie, wrote two blog posts about having a capsule wardrobe and minimalism in general. We have found that having less has helped us relate to and care for the poor better. I hope you are encouraged as you read!