I hope everyone enjoyed their Grace of Yes Day yesterday! Did anyone see any fruits from their day? Did you feel like you were drenched in God’s Grace by the end of the day?
Saying YES all day can be a little exhausting.
Yet, as I sit here and think about the day, it really was a very grace-filled day. I felt energized and excited to get up and see how well I could say Yes to God today.
My public commitment to say Yes today kept me accountable, even when I would have rather say no, especially to the dirty dishes piled in the kitchen at the end of the day.
I held my tongue and spoke kinder with the kids today and noticed they responded to this and tried harder to listen well and not talk back (as much.) There were times I think we were all tired of saying Yes but at the same time, by the end of the day, I didn’t have to try as hard and I even forget I was trying to say Yes and just did what I needed to do without thinking about it.
If it takes 33 days to form a habit, maybe we should have 33 days of the#graceofoyes!
Thanks to Lisa Hendey for pushing and inviting us all to say Yes!
Well the official #graceofyesday may be over but that doesn’t mean the Grace of Yes blessings have to end. Especially since…
The Give Away for Lisa’s The Grace of Yes: Eight Virtues for Generous Living is still going on!
There are many ways to enter as you’ll see in the Give Away Link on yesterday’s blog post or again below.
If you participated in The Grace of Yes Day you can still send me your picture or blog link to enter that way but participation in The Grace of Yes Day is not required in case you were confused by that.
If you haven’t heard of Lisa’s book, I blogged a little about it here and you can Look Inside The Grace of Yes here. I’m sure you’d really enjoy it and be encouraged to give your YES to God more in your life.
I’d love to hear how you are trying to say Yes more to God in your life?