Fragile Moments

FragileRockFragile moments actually become powerful movements. Packing in general is fragile! It is emotional! Is such a powerful statement in itself! It says so much… It is a delicate moment, mixed emotions, crazy busy, excitement, expectation… All these things flooding through at once… I felt in my spirit this morning, “Pack just what you need, you can’t take everything but take enough so that you won’t drown moving forward! Sometimes there is NO FORMAL GOODBYE! You just have to go… It is all part of the let go and let God!”

So yes, I am thankful because God didn’t wait for the clock to strike midnight on January 1… The change He has always placed over me is a NOW change!!! Ending the year already in a new place… Rejoice with me! I am super happy!

I keep going back to this scripture where God is saying, “Don’t you see it! It is happening NOW!” ❤

Forget what happened before,
And do not think about the past.
Look at the new thing I am going to do.
It’s already happening.
Don’t you see it?
Isaiah 43:18-19 NCV

I am looking at the new thing! I am looking at the new places God is taking me! I am looking to Him for all things. I want to worship Him with all of my life.

People are asking me, “OH MY GOD where are you going? Are you being promoted? Is this a new role?”

I am like, “NO!” LOL

But for me–it is a promotion in every way! God is taking me to a new place and as appealing as offers may be here –what God is doing in my life is actually MORE appealing and worthwhile. Many won’t understand. Many will frown down. But this is the will of the Lord for my life, I know it is a part of my process for all things new! It was a chapter that needed to be closed entirely, so the memories that had to go can be left behind in this place. I will be leaving here rejoicing, smiling, and with much expectation. Even though there will be patch roads ahead–it is a NEW patch and that is what makes the difference for me.

In these fragile moments of life, we don’t want to mess things up. We don’t want to miss a thing. We keep what is valuable and necessary. Everything else that is clutter, we chuck it! It only makes the transition easier. Transition is the movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another; change. 

This is all part of the revolution!  We become the novaturient! New word we learned from bible study which is desiring or seeking POWERFUL change in one’s life, behavior or situation. We are seeking this powerful change!

That is my prayer! I want to get this change right. I don’t want to mess up. He is changing me. My desires have changed. I have a desire to serve Him with all of me. I have a hope to live for Him. I don’t want to fall off to the left. I just want to keep this RIGHT. Once and for all. The way I started this year will NOT be how I end. I am going to smile again, laugh again, live again and love again. I can’t get this wrong! I cannot!

My faith and trust is in God throughout the transition and I know that He is with me! I know! He has taken me through this year and it has been a violent change but necessary! I never thought I would be able to get through it. But I did and I still am….

God is within her, she will not fall;
God will help her at break of day.
Psalm 46:5

This fragile moment of mine has become the most monumental milestone! God is within me…

My friend! God is within you…as you are reading this…HE IS IN YOU!!! So when everyone else doesn’t understand exactly what is going on around you or through you…as long as YOU know, it is OKAY! You will be at perfect peace. You will be at liberty. You will have reached a plateau where you have become seriously immovable in Christ! Your faith, hope, trust and love in Him has become steadfast. Because you know you finally did it… despite all the opposition!




What a beautiful and amazing fragile moment to live through!

About Christina

Blessings to all that are viewing this. My name is Christina Cruz-Mendez. I am a Senior Pastor at Mission United International Church in Yonkers, NY working along side my husband Juan A. Mendez Jr. Senior Pastor, currently residing in Canton, Georgia. We have been together for 29 years with 2 children that God has blessed us with. Makes us the family of four - "JusChrist4". I have been a Christian and active in ministry for about 22 years now. Through all the rocky and smooth roads in life I am eternally grateful that God has brought me this far in life to share with the world what He is doing in me, through me and for me. View all posts by Christina

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