In the Moment

If we dwell too deeply on past circumstances, it can often lead to depression or stagnation.

If we focus our energy solely on the future, it inevitably results in living in fear or dissatisfaction with the present.

God doesn’t intend for us to carry all that. The past and future can be pretty heavy loads.

Freedom comes when we rely on The One who is not constrained by time. Only then can we learn from the past and hope for the future while being fully engaged in the present.

After all, when God appeared to Moses in a burning bush, He revealed Himself as “I AM” (Exodus 3).

Published by AllisonGraber

Allison Graber is a Nashville writer and lover of Jesus. She is 14-years married to Lynn, a mix engineer with quiet ways and a loyal spirit. Her two little girls, Ellis and Adeleine, daily coax delight out of her heart. The paradigm through which she sees the world has been built brick-by-brick from her experiences with her Jesus, her love of people, through loss, curiosity, Holy words, and through the surprising joy of motherhood. She writes about these things at

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