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Five Minute Friday: Loud

It’s that time of week again. The time where I join up with Lisa-Jo with the weekly word to just write:

1. Write for 5 minutes flat – no editing, no over thinking, no backtracking
2. Link back here and invite others to join in.
3. Meet & encourage someone who linked up before you.

My five minutes starts….

NOW

Loud. A word that many would use to describe me. At least those who know me. However, I am a natural introvert. So, unless we know each other well, it takes an extensive amount of energy, stress, and nerves to be loud.

To live out my faith loudly is my goal. What does loud faith look like? To live loud, to be bold in what I believe. To be sure in what I live for. To not be timid about what I believe.

To live life loudly. To proclaim who I am and what I believe without fear. Without fear of being criticsized by those who are louder than I.

When I hear my Savior speak into my soul, it is a loud impression upon my heart. His voice is often described as a still small voice, and indeed it is. However, in my heart, I hear it loud and clear. However, it’s taken years for it to become loud and clear in the midst of the loudness of the world around.

STOP

Will you join us in sharing five minutes on loud?

13 thoughts on “Five Minute Friday: Loud

  1. So glad you’ve learned to tune out the loud to hear His whisper! loud and clear.
    striving with you, friend, to not have our fears stop us from being loud for Him!
    Great 5 minute write!
    Enjoy your weekend!
    All for Him, with hugs to you,
    Nikki

    • Ohh, it’s been a LOONG journey to drown out everything else. This was a hard prompt to write. Hard to know what to say. Grateful for the challenge though. Enjoy your weekend too! 🙂

  2. I’ve been learning about how much work it is for introverts – as an extrovert with an introvert daughter, I definitely respect what you guys have to go through.

    Love this “When I hear my Savior speak into my soul, it is a loud impression upon my heart.” Good job!

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