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I love LetGo commercials. Not because of the product the company is advertising, but for their visual effects.

I think about a person kneeling in prayer asking God to fulfill a need while refusing to give up what they already hold that is blocking the answer to their prayers. Sometimes we are truly sincere in asking and our need is real. But, we like what we already have and we refuse to let go. The old becomes a ball-and-chain.

A couple of years ago, I knew I was being pulled to leave something. But an event happened that caused me to look again at what I was asked to leave instead of looking ahead.LetGo Commercial Blog pic 3 

After a few days searching my motives, I realized it was the lure of the carrot dangling in front of me that had pulled my eyes away from my new adventure. I wanted this carrot. At the same time, it was clear to me that I had to step away from it in order to follow Jesus’ lead. My mind repeated over and over, Let go, let go, let go.”

When we fix on the things of this world and have our hearts set upon them, how can God bless us with the things that are eternal?

David kept his heart fixed on God. He knew that God was worthy of his praise. He put his faith in the only One who could take care of him. When we keep our eyes on the promise of material things, we are setting ourselves up to be disappointed. The carrot was a temptation that I had to call out for what it was in order to get over it and move forward with Jesus. The enemy is a liar and no doubt wouldn’t have fulfilled his end of the deal anyway.

These commercials helped me see how easily we can put ourselves into harm’s way. What are you holding in your hand today that God has asked you to drop? We don’t need to sell it, we just need to open our hand and let it fall away. It is so freeing to do this. Trust God and fix your heart on Him.

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