I’m going to take you on a journey, my journey with food, but more so, a journey of repentance, of change.. It’s a little bit of a painful journey for me to share, because it shares the very real, raw, and ugly part of recovery, of my eating disorder, of my sin. It also shares that the grace of God is greater and that I’m learning that His grace is sufficient to heal each wound, every day, and to bring me to the cross every day.
I’m going to talk about food, but not really that much about food. I’m going to share pictures of food, but I’m hoping in a way, that I can go beyond food to the deeper reason for recovery. I want to go to how I learned to enjoy food and am learning everyday without being a slave to it… Trust me. It’s still a learning journey, and God’s grace is
I’m not proud of my ED. I’m not proud of setting idols before the Lord my God, but I must confess that that is exactly what my ED was.
I like food. I do like food, but my life can’t be about food.
I love to bake. I love making cookies, but my life isn’t about the cake.