Boundaries Can Set Me Free



Did you know that having boundaries actually gives us freedom?

Did you know that having boundaries actually gives us freedom?

When my daughter, Aster, was just getting tall enough to reach everything she’s not supposed to, she discovered the drawer where we keep scissors and safety pins. And, she was determined to touch every dangerous object in there.
So of course we put child locks on the drawers and cabinets that were now within her reach. At first I felt bad; like we were taking away all this freedom from Aster, but then I realized the new limits would actually give her more freedom to roam around the kitchen safely.

In the Bible, King David talked about how he wanted to walk in the path of God’s commands because they set his heart free. His words remind me that God’s boundary lines show us where it’s safe to go. So, I’m learning to embrace what may feel like limits, because within God’s boundaries, my heart is free!

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