May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit. – Romans 15:13 (NIV).
It’s Day 7 of being back to blogging, and as I contemplated what word of encouragement to send to a loved one struggling with their identity, I heard these lyrics from Tenth Avenue North’s song “Control”: The King of heaven wants me!
Talk about a word of encouragement! As the song played, I sang with all my heart:
God you don’t need me
But somehow You want me
Oh how You love me
And somehow that frees me
To take my hands off of my life and give You control
The King of Heaven wants me
This world has lost its grip on me.
If you’re like my loved one and struggle with your identity in this world, please know you’re the one that the God who has everything loves so fiercely that He desires an intimate relationship with you. Resting in that knowledge, I hope can relinquish control and feel the world loosen its grip on you. Then you can be truly Pink Collar Savvy & Chic and give the King of Heaven thing He really wants.
Be savvy & chic,
~Pink Collar Coach
If the road you’re facing a D –– a personal barrier or challenge that negatively impacts you professionally –– like a difficult, bumpy road, take heart! God can make it lead to a beautiful destination and your best life!
Spent this morning providing some career coaching by revising a resume. Love living my purpose by encouraging and supporting others to live their best personal and professional lives!
Create in me a pure heart, O God,
and renew a steadfast spirit within me.
~ Psalm 51:10, NIV
Though I’m trying to make a go of my business, Pink Collar Savvy & Chic, when a perfect career opportunity presents itself, I go for it. Yesterday I had a second interview for a Women’s Center Director position where I had to present a comprehensive 90-Day plan for residents. At the end of my Power Point, the Chief of Operations let me know he was impressed with how smart I am. As a feminine, petite, small-voiced female, that’s not always people’s first impression of me. Whether I get the job or not, I feel confident he and my other interviewer heard my message load and clear!