Leaping into 2020

So my word of the year usually comes after lots of praying, pondering. This year my word of the year just hit me, bugged me (honestly) and stuck… months ago.

LEAP · verb ·  jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force

My image (at the top of the post) I created with my top four reasons why this is my year to leap. I get in my own way allot … what will people think… that it is scary… I am not capable. In 2020, I am going to conscienceless and deliberately work on trusting the Lord. Trust his urgings. Trust his path. Trust when I leap, no matter how far I actually go, his loving hand is there to bridge the gap.

I find is interesting, but not ironic, 2020 is a leap year…. a year with an extra day to help us “catch up” in the astrological and season cycle. I have been in season of spiritual, personal discovery and growth these last few years. Ironically, really starting in mid 2016, the last leap year. I sense a new “era” on the horizon… a new push to leap into the unknown and the uncomfortable… leap into a new season…

Leap 2020 Goals OFM

What is your word for 2020 going to be?

 

Author: OverFlawed Mom

First and foremost a Christian woman, who tries to serve the Lord as a wife, a mother, and a teacher- stumbling through life filled with lots of laughter, some tears and countless flaws.

One thought on “Leaping into 2020”

  1. I’m getting a bit elderly to be LEAPING. But, spiritually speaking I’m asking of the Lord that in 2020 I will in connecting with Him soar to new heights in 2020. Maybe it will be from a static position but upwards will be my focus. Thank you for your post.

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