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The Process: Rooted

The Process: Rooted
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Breakfast of Champions
Good morning, Champion.
The Process: Rooted
Psalm 1:3, ESV
That person is like a tree planted by streams of living water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither—whatever they do prospers.
An important part of being planted is allowing your roots to grow. This can be about where God has placed you; allowing your roots to grow in community, in church and with the people that you do life with.

Wherever we are and whatever God does with us, He always puts us in community. If this is a church community then it is important that you get involved, because your involvement means that your roots are growing. As you serve on teams and get to know the people around you, your roots are getting tangled around the place that you are, and you become a part of the community God has planted you in.

If you are struggling to grow where you are, or you feel separated or isolated, then get your roots out! It can be so much more comfortable to stay separated, to remain isolated, but God has a bigger plan for you. He has plans for you even if you can’t see them yet. If you are finding it hard to love the place where you are, just begin to reach out your roots and allow yourself to get rooted.

It can be difficult to get rooted because it means that you are deeper in the ground, it is harder to uproot than to just pull out a seed. It is God’s intention that you are deeply rooted in community, it is how He designed His church: believers that are unified and doing life together. It’s so important to have roots because it allows you to grow tall and stay in the ground. The deeper the roots go, the higher the plant can grow. It is the same with your relationship with God: the deeper your roots in prayer and the word mean that you can go further with God.

Allow yourself to grow deep roots where you are, don’t let fear hold you back from being rooted in community and in relationship.
God bless,

Olivia
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