Taylor Joy Murray
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Taylor Joy Murray is an author and speaker passionate about serving her generation in the areas of emotional health and spiritual formation. Her latest book, Stop Saying I’m Fine: Finding Stillness When Anxiety Screams, was just released. She is currently completing her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

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  1. Jesus always invites us to sit at the table with us. But we have to be ready and not that busy that we have not got the time. We got to make the time. As Jesus always makes the time to be the slient listener at ever meal we have. Jesus always makes times for us. When he does let us be ready to say yes when he re-extends the invitation to have dinner with us or for is to have dinner with him. Sit and listen to all he has to tell us while we eat our meal. Try not disivite ourselves from the table Jesus invites us to. Even if not to a meal with him. Just to here him speak. As it could be best words in world we will ever get to hear Jesus speak to us. They could change our lives for the better. In that moment Jesus could tell us something that could change our lives for good. Even if don’t want to hear it. Jesus might want us to hear it as followers of his to make us better people who will live better for him and how he wants us to live for him and how his word would want us to live. So as it shows in our lives and in front of people we meet every day. That they will see Jesus living in us. Especially if not saved want what we have that is to know Jesus for themselves and be new people Jesus wants them to be. Living for him and not as the world and it’s wrong way. So as the invitation can get extended through them next to other unsaved people they know. That they will come to know Jesus for themselves. I say amen to that. Thank you for todays reading brilliant. Love it. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little xx

  2. Taylor,

    Lately I’ve been asking some of those same questions. My job changed suddenly last fall & I don’t like it. For a while I did a good job of stuffing emotions at work. They came out at home. Spent time crying “I’m not smart or good enough”. Unfortunately the volcano let loose one day at work. Since then I have tried to pray hard & long to God. Also started reading through the Bible & listening to sermons & more Christian music. All that has helped me get through my days. I want to be with Jesus & I know He wants me “warts & all”. His love is that grandiose.

    Blessings 🙂