Letting Go and Letting God – October 29 Devotions

Letting Go and Letting God – October 29 Devotions

Yes, this was one of those days where I had to prioritize and complete another segment of a project for a client. I had to let go and let God manage me and my time today, instead of trying to do more things than I really had time to do.



So onto this day’s devotional thought…


“Lord, thank  You  that I can let go

of the whole burden of my life and service…

of my marriage, my children,

and all my relationships (past, present, and future),

of my inadequacies and my self-dependence,

and rest on Your presence working in me

through the Holy Spirit.

How good it is to transfer these burdens

from my shoulders to Yours,

and to rest on You to work in me

and for me and through me!

Thank You that I can give myself up

to be led by You.

I can go forth praising and at rest,

letting You manage me and my day.

Thank You that I can throw the whole weight

of my anxieties on You,

for I am Your personal concern.”

–Ruth Myers in “31 Days of Praise”


My reflections:

This is one of my favorite devotionals that I read every month from Ruth Myers’ book. It’s such a good reminder to “let go and let God” be in control.


So what are YOUR thoughts?

What do you think about the idea of  “letting go and letting God” (or whatever higher power you might believe in) be in control of your life? It doesn’t mean you have no responsibilities, it just means you choose to cooperate with God in becoming all He intends you to be, to fulfill your destiny.

17 thoughts on “Letting Go and Letting God – October 29 Devotions

  1. Giving up control is hard for me. But there comes a time when you feel overwhelmed. Then it is time to just step back and take care of yourself, even if it is for just a few hours. It’s strange, though, that feeling of being carried by a higher power can come without warning – and it is fantastic when it happens.
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  2. Letting go reaches the ultimate when we lose a loved one. I’ve lost many, including two of my adult children. I can’t change the past, but I can accept that whatever happened was not mine to control. I can be assured that the Creator is caring for their souls.

  3. I agree with the lady who said letting go is hard when we lose someone. Just came back from a funeral of someone I loved dearly. While I know she is in heaven and not hurting and not sick, I selfishly mourn because I miss her so and she was such a huge part of my life. I lost my mom in 1990 and went through similar feelings so I know to trust in God and that the pain will lessen. Time and trusting in Him are the only medicine.
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