Day 228: Power

Happy Monday and Day 228 of Another 100 Days of Hannah …and Counting, y’all!

Wow it feels good to be back in my own bed tonight! It’s been a while!!

In any case, tonight, I’m admittedly a bit frustrated with work… again. After CE this weekend, and hearing about all the ways that I would optimally be treating patients, it’s easy to feel very …powerless… in my current position.

Funny – this feeling comes right after listening to several podcasts talking about being powerful vs powerless. Coincidence? I think not.

In the episode, the pastor mentioned that when people feel powerless, they give up hope. And without hope, they cease to move forward. I definitely can relate to that right now.

But, the reality is that we’re not powerless. When we are born again and filled with the Spirit, we are promised that the same spirit that raised Christ from the dead lives in us. And that spirit? It’s one of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.

Y’all. In Christ, we’re not powerless – we’re powerful. And this power, it’s not to be used to take advantage of other people, or advance ourselves. No, this power has been given to us, as children of the King, to advance the Kingdom.

What are we waiting for?

Catch y’all tomorrow,

Hannah

Day 191: In the Heights (Part 2)

Happy Saturday and Day 191 of Another 100 Days of Hannah …and Counting, y’all!

This (late) post brought to you from my phone (thanks to almost forgetting about blogging this evening… oops!

In any case, we finished In the Heights this evening. Long story short, I 10/10 would recommend watching it. It was incredible.

(Unlike trying to blog from my phone. Do they make a more easily accessible version of WordPress? This is ridiculous!)

As I mentioned last night, the choreography and songs were incredible. The story was well written (to the point of me not knowing what was going on… in a good way) until the last minutes of the show. There were even a few moments for tears.

I would say more, but at this point, I’m quite fed up with trying to blog from my phone and ready to head to bed.

Catch y’all tomorrow,

Hannah