Change, Bend and Surrender Experiment

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Surrender Experiment

The Bakers Daughter change, bend and surrender experiment literally changed the course of her life and made her who she is today. Let’s start with how she thought at one time.

The Bakers Daughter used to think God did not care about her what an experiment that must have been. Although, The Bakers Daughter now feels much more settled about those feelings.

There was a time when The Bakers Daughter thought God did not exist. She thought of herself as useless, unwanted, used and an abused individual. Although, all these things had taken place throughout The Bakers Daughter life they were mostly due to the influences of others.

When It Came to Bending Over Backwards

The Bakers Daughter was going through life wanting happiness, bending over backwards for others. While The Bakers Daughter filled others wants needs and desires her needs were not being filled. This left her feeling used, abused, dirty and ashamed.

I had to make changes. It took her getting to an surrender experiment. After this surrender event took place, The Bakers Daughter had to repent and surrender her life to God. This caused her to make some necessary changes and that meant to surrender to what she had been fighting.

This is what it looks like when you fully surrender

The Bakers Daughter turned to God and gave him everything and she stopped pursuing everything on her own. What an experiment that must have been.

The Bakers Daughter cried out to God telling Him I am yours use me, fill me, complete me and deliver me what you feel I deserve when you feel the timing is right, not what’s on my agenda.

The Bakers Daughter gave God the steering wheel and allowed him to steer. She let go of everything, she thanked him for where she was and the experiment.

The Bakers Daughter enjoyed and loved what she had at the moment even if it wasn’t much. The most important thing was that The Bakers Daughter was able to focus on her children.

The Bakers Daughter now sees Jesus as her father that she can go to any time of the day or night. When she had this change happen to her, she started to spend more time in His word. Since then, she has learned that she can lean into him, versus others.