If you struggle with feeling less than or never good enough, then this episode will lift your spirit and fill you with hope.
Join Rachel as she chats with Rachael Adams from The Love Offering podcast about how much God loves us and how significant we are in His sight. Rachael’s beautiful, humble heart will encourage you to know that
- you are known,
- you are seen and
- the Almighty God, your Creator, loves you beyond measure.
Connect with Rachael K Adams, Author
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Rachel Wojo: Well, hey there! And welcome to Rachel Wojo’s Untangling Life podcast. I’m so glad to have you today. And I’m excited to share. My dear friend, Rachel Adams, is someone that I met just last year, and the Lord has intersected our past in such a cool way. Rachel, I’m so glad to have you today.
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Rachael Adams: Well, I’m so glad to be here. and God really did intersect our lives in a really cool way, and you’ve been such a blessing to me. So, thanks for having me here today, and thanks for just being a friend. In real life as well, and we both have the name Rachel, so it’s Rachael with an A which is you and Rachel with plain E, which is me and
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Rachel Wojo: I’m not known to beat around the bush a whole lot. I usually just get right into our conversation today. And today, we’re really talking about hope.
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Rachel Wojo: both of us love to share hope with the world. Right? And so, would you just share a little bit more about who you are and what you do.
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Rachael Adams: Yeah, I do love to talk about hope. And II love to talk about love, and I think because I have found the love of Christ that is my heart’s desire to to share his love with everybody. That’s my hope is that I share his love with everybody that I come into contact with, and so
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Rachael Adams: as small town, Kentucky girl born and raised, I have been married to my college sweetheart for 17 years, and together we have 2 children, Will and Kate, who we named before the royal couple got married, and they’re in middle school, and so most of my days are spent. We have a hobby farm, 45 acres, half wooded, half pasture. And we own a
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Rachael Adams: recycling business together, my husband and I write and and podcast and work at my local church, and and just as a joy just to get to to be a wife and a mom and a a church member, and and to get to serve in ministry and and a plethora of ways.
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Rachel Wojo: Yes, so when I first met you, I was immediately drawn to you because you were holding a book, and the book was just
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Rachel Wojo: so beautiful. I was like, What is that? That’s just gorgeous, and so go ahead and share with us what the title of your book is.
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Rachael Adams: So it’s called a little goes a long way 52 days to a significant life. And here’s the secret, Rachel. It doesn’t take 52 days to have a significant life. You’re already significant. Yeah, I appreciate you saying it’s beautiful. It’s just really simple. It’s it’s got gold foil on it, and it’s it’s it’s silver, and it’s it is simple, and I think that I wanted it. It’s got little gold flicks on it, and I envision long a little goes a long way. Is kind of like all the way to the streets of gold. That’s kind of
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Rachael Adams: the the behind the scene. Imagery that is in my heart when that the cover was created.
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Rachel Wojo: I have admired you as a Podcaster, and I wondered if you would share what made you start podcasting? In the first place.
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Rachael Adams: you know the the backstory of this is is actually a. It’s actually a God story in many ways, because in college I thought I wanted to be Katie Crick.
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Rachael Adams: I really just admired her. Wanted to be on the today show and but I had a broadcast journalist class, I, you know, went. That was my major and but I started taking these classes, public speaking classes, and I thought, You know what I don’t have, what it takes to do this
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Rachael Adams: I cannot. I can’t do this line of work, which is kind of funny cause. That’s exactly what I’m doing now. And God, I think, has such a sense of humor. And so I actually dropped out of that major and switched to business.
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Rachael Adams: So fast forward to decades later into my life. Now I was sitting in a church pew, and in front of me was a love offering envelope. And typically those are for monetary giving. But in that moment, in that church pew I felt like the Lord just whispering to my heart, Rachel, you are my love offering. I’ve given you my love, and so how are you going to offer my love to those around you. And so I’m just very.
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Rachael Adams: And and this isn’t a false humility. This just really is just. I feel like who I am. II feel very inadequate and very insecure in the gifts that I’ve been given, and God’s doing a real work in my heart. And
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Rachael Adams: in that way. And so I thought. You know what. Lord! I don’t know. I doubt what I have to offer.
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And so a friend of mine, she said. You know what, Rachel. It would be really neat if you could just start to interview other people. You know you made out what you have to offer, but so many people are offering their gifts and their talents wherever they are with the people that they’re around, you could at least ask the questions. Wouldn’t that be neat if you could do that? And then we could found out. How do we live out? The greatest commandment? We know that we’re supposed to love the Lord God with all of our heart, months, all and strength.
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We know we’re supposed to do that. But in our humanness
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Rachael Adams: it’s really hard to do on a daily basis. And so how are people doing that? And so that was kind of it was just me and the Lord in the church queue, and then a friend just kind of giving me that thought. And then. So I downloaded a free app on on my phone and just started with the free app and my phone. And here we are. 5 seasons later, and about 250 conversations later, and
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Rachael Adams: still a whole lot of insecurity. And the Lord, that’s given me a lot more courage than, and a lot of great conversations. And it’s been such a gift. It has been the gift that I didn’t had no plan, had no master plan. I have loved every second
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Rachel Wojo: that is so cool. I love it. It’s neat how God blesses in that way. I don’t think I’ve ever shared this with you before my very first blog. So the way that I came about blogging was that I knew the Lord was calling me to share messages from him, that I was learning through His word through other people through my own circumstances. I knew he was calling me to do that, and I
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Rachel Wojo: first started by going to my pastor and saying, Hey, I believe that the Lord has called me to teach women to share with women, and I will never forget that day. I could see him now in his chair even. And so he repeated back to me. So you believe that your call to minister to women and to lead to women? And I said yes, and he folded his arms and he said, Well.
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Rachel Wojo: why don’t you drop off that Bible study that you’re talking about to my secretary, and I’ll look it over, and I will call you back, I’ll let you know. And so I filled every his ever request. I went home. I was so excited I polished up that Bible study the best that I could. I printed it out. I put it in a beautiful binder, and I took it and dropped it off to the secretary.
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Rachel Wojo: and I never heard a word from him again.
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Rachel Wojo: And some people are like what? That’s horrible. But I actually look back on that and say God was moving in a different direction. He was just doing something so unique. So that was at the point that I started to blog for the first time, and my very first blog. And the reason this is significant for her conversation today is that my very first blog was called just a mom with a heart for God.
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Rachel Wojo: I think back on that now. And really it was an honest label that I was just a mom. II was not anybody special. I was not anybody who anticipated
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Rachel Wojo: having this message that would resonate across the world. I just was walking out in obedience, and really wasn’t a whole whole wholly sure of how to walk out this in obedience. So I think that’s where your story really resonates with me today is that I
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Rachel Wojo: I honestly question my significance in the world. And I think most of us do most mothers, most women, most humans.
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Rachel Wojo: We question, why are we really here. And what is my job in this world? So when you think about that.
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Rachel Wojo: I am just curious. How, as someone who helps others understand their relevance in this world because of the path that you’ve walked. What would you say to the younger? Me that mom who wrote just a mom?
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Rachel Wojo: what would you say to her? What would you whisper in her ear to encourage her heart?
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Rachael Adams: I have said that so frequently. I I’ve said those exact same words. I’m just a mom. I’m just a stay at home, mom. I’m just a writer. I’m just a podcaster. I’m just a small, a girl from a small town from Kentucky. I think I just said that in our interview.
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Rachael Adams: Rachel and you know I even here I lead a Bible study at my local church, and I hear that from the ladies that are retired in my Bible study. They’re like, well, they’ve already. They’re not working anymore. And they’re not raising children anymore. And they’re looking at their life. And they’re saying, What am I doing now? And even physically, they’re not able to do what they once were able to do, and I even found that II had a surgery not long ago, and
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Rachael Adams: I think a lot of us really struggle with this when we’re very performance oriented, we’re very results driven and and and want to see the fruit of our labor. And so if we can’t quantify that, we really really struggle, and especially in a world, I think, when bigger, you know, if we.
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Rachael Adams: this culture tells us like bigger is better, and we’re always just chasing more and more and more. And so I had this health struggle about a year ago, and I was down and out for about 6 weeks, and I could do nothing. And so I just had this really struggle with the the Lord, and wrestling like. Okay, I couldn’t. Even I could not even drive my kids. I could not make meals. I could not
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Rachael Adams: do laundry, you know all my like tasks of my value and my significance that usually like, well, what worth am I? And I’m do. I’m reading books, watching TV. I can pray like, what good is any of this, you know.
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Rachael Adams: And I felt like the Lord. Say, you know what, Rachel, you are just as significant to me now as you were 6 weeks ago, and it was such a good work in my heart, and it was such a sweet reminder for me. And I think back to even my children, you know my children were significant to me, and I loved them just as much when they were in my belly as when I held them for the very first day. They had done nothing to earn that love.
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I just love them simply for who they were, and I feel the Lord is the exact same way with us. He loved us just because we are created. And I think that that is something we have to remember. We have inherent significance, simply because we are created in God’s image apart from anything that we do, we do not have to earn God’s love. And so I think we have to start there, and that’s where, in the very beginning, when I said, we don’t have to. It doesn’t take 52 days
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Rachel Wojo: to earn a significant life. You know that that’s the secret you already are inherently significant because God made you. That’s so good. And each of us are unique and individual. We look at the Psalms and say you created me and my mother’s room, my soul together before the world even knew what I looked like, and so, remembering that significance, and that, I think, is where we often struggle for. Sure. I
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Rachel Wojo: I’m thinking about this phrase when I think about your your pretty book, and how I was so attracted to it. This phrase on the back that said small acts done with great love
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Rachel Wojo: carry enormous impact. Small acts done with great love carry enormous impact. So I would love for you to share an example of how you’ve seen that play out in your own life.
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Rachael Adams: Gosh! What I know, your podcast is needs to be about 30 min. So II mean, I could go on and on and on about this example, every single day. But the the person that first comes to mind is my husband. You know he has loved me with such unconditional, consistent love, but one of the things that he has said to me, because he does know that I stroll so much. He used to think I was fishing for compliments, but now he just knows
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Rachael Adams: that I struggle. And so, years and years ago, he said, Rachel, if you could only see yourself through my eyes, it would change your world, and I just not. Everybody I know has that kind of encouraging voice
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Rachael Adams: in their home or in their life. And so what I want everybody listening right now to know is that God is saying that over you today. If you could only see yourself through my eyes, hear! Hear God saying to you, daughter, if you could only see yourself through my eyes, it would change your world. And so what does it look like to believe in somebody to say an encouraging word, a word of affirmation. What does a word of affirmation and a belief in somebody?
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What does that do for you? You know, if I get an encouraging text or like II believe in you. I believe in your dream. You can do this. Persevere. Keep going.
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Rachael Adams: Is there something in you that just changes you. And so my husband has just been my biggest, true leader. Consistently he supported me to, you know, to in my writing dreams, and into so many in so many different ways. On a daily basis. And so II would say his great love has had an enormous impact on my life that I pray that now has a domino effect into my children’s life and and and beyond. Yeah.
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and I think.
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Rachel Wojo: that small acts done with great love, you know you’re talking about him just giving you words of affirmation. I think about the person you described earlier, who is sitting at home? Who? Doesn’t necessarily have things to keep their hands busy now, like they did once before. Life has. Maybe you know my precious mother-in-law. Oh.
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Rachel Wojo: it’s gonna make me cry to talk about this. But her husband of 63 years passed away at the beginning of this year, and she suddenly is alone by herself in a house her kids all, you know, trying their best to visit when they can, and connect with her when they can, but on a daily basis. She’s trying to figure out where her significance is. And I think, for her
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Rachel Wojo: prayer is a huge part of that.
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Rachel Wojo: because that small act, what seems small, of praying for someone else
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Rachel Wojo: can have such a huge impact.
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Rachel Wojo: and embracing where we are in the season that we’re in, and recognizing that no matter what how small it is, how small we think it is, God is the one who gives the increase. And so we never know
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Rachel Wojo: what we’re doing, what we’re praying, what we’re saying. We never know how far those will be taken. That’s why they have enormous impact because the Lord blesses it. And you see that exponential growth.
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I would love for you to know. Tell us a little bit more about
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Rachel Wojo: in the modern world that they that we live in
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Rachel Wojo: sometimes
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Rachel Wojo: our language
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Rachel Wojo: in the Bible that we read even in the various versions, you know, we can read the NIV. It’s definitely a more modern version. We can read the message. It’s definitely more a modern version. But sometimes the language in the Bible doesn’t make sense to us in the world that we live in. So there’s a phrase that you kind of use in this book. A little goes a long way.
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Rachel Wojo: What does it mean? This phrase being a vessel for God? Because when I think of the word vessel, it could mean I’m a big ship, you know, or it could mean I’m a little jar, I mean, there’s just so many ways of thinking about that. And you know me, Rachel, I have this really analytical brain that guy sex and breaks down. So when I look at the phrase vessel for God, what does that mean to you being a vessel for God.
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Rachael Adams: What that means to me is that we? And it’s unfathomable to me that God wants to partner with us. But he does. And so what that means to me is that we get to be his hands and feet to impact eternity for generations, and we see that all throughout the Bible, and so, being a vessel for him. And and where this comes from, like we are, we are God’s temple, and so, as we, as we are believers, we receive the Holy Spirit inside of us.
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and so we have His fruit of the Spirit living inside of us, to empower us, to have the fruit which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, and self control. And so we can exude those qualities and overflow those qualities wherever we go. And so that is what we are sharing, and those are the little things that we can do. And so every single person that we encounter you know the
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Rachael Adams: they have a burden, they have a need, and so we can help and meet that need wherever we go. And we see Jesus model this so beautifully, and that’s what I love so much about the Gospels that he showed us exactly how to do this when
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Rachael Adams: God with us. You know Jesus really, even though he was a he’s a great, big, mighty God, and I never want to discount what he did, because He, you know
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Rachael Adams: he’s he is God, and so I would never want to do that. But if you really look at the way that he lived, he walked along the roads, and he shared meals with people, and he attended weddings and funerals and he would hold children and wash feet, and he shared one cup of water with one woman beside a well. And so I think, if nothing was too insignificant for the Savior of the world, there is nothing that is
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too insignificant for me and for you. And so he was a vessel of the gospel, and of the good news, and so we, too, carry him inside of us, and so we can be a gospel, a vessel of the good news and the gospel as well.
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Rachel Wojo: I think what’s so sweet is just last week, I think maybe after I had asked if we could connect or somewhere along in the conversation when my mind was thinking about this topic of significance. I woke up, and it was just a normal everyday day. And I looked at my task list. And I was like.
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Rachel Wojo: Okay, Lord, this is gonna be a pretty boring day, because it’s all just, you know. Go drop off the shipping, go to the ups store, do this, do that, you know, all these little tick marks of things that have to be done. You know, we live in a a practical world where the dishes have to be washed, and the laundry has to get folded, and all of those things. And so sometimes
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Rachel Wojo: those things feel like they’re so insignificant, and I just woke up that morning, and I was like, Okay, Lord, I’m giving this list to you, and whoever comes on my path would you just intersect me with people?
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Rachel Wojo: Open my eyes to their needs that I can act in that moment, whether it’s a smile, a Hello! How are you? A wave? Something that will bring significance to this pretty mundane task list here and
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Rachel Wojo: So I went on the way I dropped off the shipping. I got to the Ups store, and when I arrived at the ups store there was a truck out in front of the store, and a lady at the back of it. She’s kind of blocking the way a little bit, and my first thought when I pulled in was, I hope that someone doesn’t hit her, or there isn’t a problem, because that’s not in a good place.
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Rachel Wojo: But I parked, and I. As I approached I noticed that one of her arms was kind of dangling a little bit.
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and there’s a box on the ground, and there’s her truck is open in the back.
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Rachel Wojo: and I said, Do you need some help?
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Rachel Wojo: And she said. Oh, my goodness, yes, I just had shoulder surgery a week ago, and I don’t know what made me think that I could get this box into the ups store, and so the box is on the ground, and it clearly it wasn’t a super heavy box. I mean, I could pick it up, but it wasn’t something she should have been lifting. And so I said, Let me help you, and I picked it up. And I, she said, I’ll park the truck, so it’s not
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way. So she moved and parked, and I brought it in, took it on the counter.
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Rachel Wojo: did my transaction, and then, as I was walking out, she said, Thank you. I was standing there praying for some one to come and help me.
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Rachel Wojo: and I just thought how great is our God that just a little encounter at the ups store, he could intersect my prayer with her prayer, and let me be the vessel that allowed his love to pour out into her for that moment, and I think there are more of those moments that await us. But just we need to have an awareness. Would you agree with that?
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Rachael Adams: Absolutely. That’s a that’s such a beautiful example. And you’re and you’re right. I mean, really, I think we’re even tempted to read the Bible.
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Rachael Adams: In just those big moment ways. You know, we look for the milestone moments. It’s like, just really like the the the big moments of the Bible, but really they’re they’re all kinds. Our lives are made up of just the little moments. And you’re right. We miss out on them, and we just overlook them. And so I just I think that’s the biggest thing of of this devotional. I don’t want people to discount the little moments and overlook them, but just to
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Rachael Adams: I appreciate them. And you’re right. Pray, Lord, help me to be sensitive to your Holy Spirit today. Help me to notice the people in front of me. What if you had just been so busy and and we’re not obedient? You would have missed out on that blessing, and then she would have still been waiting for her prayer, and her prayer would have gone unanswered, and so I mean every little, every little meal, every little encounter, every little prayer, every little.
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Rachael Adams: every little moment, everything that we have God can use. And God can multiply. And so, yeah, let’s just not discount that, because I think that that’s what the enemy wants us to do. I think that that’s his tactic. Honestly, he wants to discourage us and defeat us, and and convince us that none of this matters, because when he does, then we’re so defeated, then we don’t do anything. So then he wins. But God has work for us to do, and that’s really exciting that we get to be a part of his work.
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Rachel Wojo: I love it. I love it so much, I think, tuning into what the Holy Spirit has for us is so important, because it’s easy just to. It would have been easy for me to just brush by her.
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Rachel Wojo: It would have been easy, just for me not to even see her, to be so busy that I just walked past without even see her. But I think
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Rachel Wojo: because I want to be sensitive to those moments. Then the Lord opens my eyes to see them, and He keeps me aware I have an awareness for them, and I think we’ve really covered what it looks like to live out. This message of a little goes a long way in our conversation. Is there anything else you would like to share Rachel with our listeners regarding this message?
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Rachael Adams: II think you know I think also to be as you were sharing that story about how you
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Rachael Adams: you were open to give the love, I think, also be open to receive it, because I actually have a story on the flip side, where I was the one that needed the help.
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Rachael Adams: and somebody came up to me and said, Hey, can I help you? He said. Yes, I need it, and it was a his name is Jim, and he is a 90 year old man, and this was years ago, but he has become a grandfather figure to me and had a in that moment. I’ve been prideful and be like, no, I don’t need your help. I’m okay. You know how we can are prone to be like, oh, I’ve got it! I’ve got it! I’ve got it, you know.
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Rachael Adams: I would have missed out on a relationship with a grandfather figure because my grandfather is in heaven, and so I I’m just, I would say, be open to give the love and be open to receive the love to, because every moment is is important. And and and so, yeah, they’re significant in every moment, and so be open to that
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Rachel Wojo: I love that so so good. The Lord has a way of keeping me humble and putting me in places where I need to be. Okay with asking for help. Well, thank you so much for this conversation today. It’s really encouraging to know that
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Rachel Wojo: in the middle of the mundane god is working, and that there is significance to our servant Hood, and why he’s called us to do. And I appreciate your heart and your message and this beautiful devotional. Can you tell all of us where to find you? Where’s the best place to find you? And I’ll be sure to include a link to this
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Rachel Wojo: cute little resource, and I say little but mean you could take a year and do one a week of these and really implement it in your life as you’re working through it. This is a beautiful book to keep in your side door of your vehicle, and remind yourself when you have those few moments in the hurry and scurry to say.
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Rachel Wojo: Okay, this matters what I’m doing matters picking up and transporting kids safely that matters. And this is why. And so I think it’s just such a great resource to keep handy for all of those reasons. But would you share with us where we can find you? Rachel?
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Rachael Adams: Yeah, I would. I would love to connect with everybody, because again, I do believe that every encounter does matter, and so you can find me at Rachel K. adams.com, and that’s with a RACH. A. EL. And then you can find me at Rachel Adams, author on Instagram and Facebook, and then you can listen to the love offering podcast on any listening platform. And then you can pick up a little, goes a long way. Anywhere. Books are sold. And yeah, as you mentioned, II think it is really important. We all have a lot on our to do list, and so I know.
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want to give anybody any more to do, but just to remember to value the little you’re already doing, because God God’s the one that’s gonna take it a long way
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Rachel Wojo: so good, so good! Thanks! So much for being here. God bless you!
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Rachael Adams: Thank you so much for having me.