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  1. I love the way Jesus transformed your lists. I totally need my daily to-do lists, but sometimes I need the reminder that God is God of my days, and His will will be done. His timing is more important than my lists.

    1. Hi Erin, I couldn’t agree more. It’s always amazing to see how much more God can use me when I swap my lists for His will. The other side of the coin is that it’s also a shocking reminder to see just how much my own stubbornness prevents Him from using me.

    1. Hi JJ. I’m glad that the visual spoke to you. Your comment makes me think that pretty much everything is better when we include Jesus. Thanks so much for your feedback!

  2. If we can release all of these negative experiences and feelings to God, He can help us to be free and loved. No human needs to love us. The love of Jesus is so far beyond what any human can give.

  3. The enemy loves it when we consider ourselves less than who God created us to be. This is why it is very important to guard our hearts and minds. I’ve been that person who has been a victim of the list and I appreciate this beautiful reminder of Jesus’ love for me.

  4. I am a list person too, but I’ve never really thought about the kinds of lists you’ve included here. I’ve got some thinking and writing to do now, I’m sure I’ve got lists like that rattling around in my mind. Thank you for this post, Valerie, and the concrete ways to leave it at the cross that you included!

    1. Hi Jennifer, I’m really glad that God has prompted you to give Him some of your lists and that you desire to obey. I pray that you will be able to find freedom in leaving your lists with Jesus.

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