Anchored Print: John 10:10

Abundance and a full, vibrant life, work together simultaneously in my mind. Vibrant abundance is the life that Jesus calls us to enter into. We are no longer suppressed, subdued, silenced, or shamed. We are not floundering foolishly, nor frantically fleeing. We are anchored in possibility. Our yeses and amens align with God’s Word, and His Word says in Him there is a fullness of life.

Satan attempts to destroy us—downtrodden our spirits and leave us wrecked in despair. The thief wants to rip life right out from under us, and leave us continually longing for more.

An abundant life is a fulfilled and satisfied life. It no longer yearns for things that will only temporarily satisfy. A heart of abundance rests in God and His provision, knowing that He will always be the answer to our every need.

God says in Him, we are able to live in freedom. Freedom from debt, freedom from addiction, freedom from self-harm, freedom from anxiety, freedom from all that strives to strip us of what is promised from Him. His promises include truth, joy, peace, and love.

This month’s print is a reminder that fullness of life always starts and ends with Jesus. To live how God intended us to live, we must first seek after Him and His kingdom. Let this verse dwell in your heart whenever you feel that life is a little lack-luster. Remember from whom abundance comes from.

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Sarah Dohman

Sarah Dohman is a nurse, kayak enthusiast, coffee addict, microbrew lover, globetrotter, adorer of friends and family. She has a weakness for donuts, runs in 5K races, and cannot get enough tea and books. She loves writing more than talking (and she talks a lot), can be seen at Target frequently, and is loving life in her thirties. She believes God has called her to this space to bring joy and encouragement through words to friends and family, near and far. You can find more from Sarah on her blog or on Instagram.

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