New Devotional Demonstrates the Continuous Connectedness of a Sovereign God to the Hearts and Lives of His People
NEWS PROVIDED BYRedemption Press
July 24, 2019
ENUMCLAW, Wash., July 24, 2019 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Do you struggle to know who you are in Christ? How your imperfect life fits in to His perfect plan? In A Seamless Life: Resting in God's Plan for You, author Lyndie Metz shares her experience in learning to trust that the all-knowing God—who is also our loving, personal Savior—has everything under control and is working it all for our good and His glory. But she didn't grasp this from the start.
"For me," Metz says, "religion began as early as I can remember. A relationship with Christ, on the other hand, didn't begin until I moved out and away from everything familiar. It's funny how the comforts of our own lives sometimes lead us to complacency."
As a young adult, Metz's life decisions weren't always made with Christ in mind. Like many people in the church today, she led what she calls a "Christ-adjacent" life. She was close to surrender, but there were those little things along the edge of life that she wasn't ready to let go. It wasn't until she relinquished control and became a true Christ-follower that she understood the sovereign plan and love God had for her.
In sharing her own spiritual struggles and experience, Metz encourages readers to trust God's promises, to seek discernment in life decisions, and to surrender to His will. Victory is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. Fulfillment comes with the surrender of our will to His perfect plan. Let go and rest. God knows the end from the beginning, and He's weaving the threads of your life into a seamless work of art.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Lyndie Metz is a wife, mother, writer, and speaker. In her former life, she wore various hats in the world of elementary education. Most importantly, she is a woman who has learned that being Christ-adjacent is not the same as being a Christ-follower. Lyndie lives in Indiana with her husband and their three small children.
For review copies and media interviews, contact Lyndie at: email@example.com
SOURCE Redemption Press
CONTACT: Lyndie Metz, firstname.lastname@example.org