One Word 2021 Linkup for July

Do you have an update on your One Word 2021?

Please add your link below for our July linkup.

You can also leave us a comment about your One Word.

 

Set 3 Reminders 

I’ve put three reminders on my calendar for the next 30 days. They each start with “Uncertainty.” It’s my One Word for the year. I want to intentionally spend a few minutes with my word in the following categories. 

  • Reminder #1 says: “Uncertainty: Relationship with God.”
  • Reminder #2 says: “Uncertainty: Relationship with Others.”
  • Reminder #3 says: “Uncertainty: Relationship with Self.”

Can you choose 3 days from the next 30 days to sit for a few minutes to pray and/or meditate over what God wants to do with you and your word for the remainder of the year? We’re in the second half of the year already. 

Then write down any ideas you receive, however small. Remember that even a small step in the right direction is progress.

It’s less about what we’re accomplishing and more about who we are becoming.

Who Knows Your Word?

“What’s my word?”

If you asked your partner, your friend, your kids, who could answer correctly?

We took an informal poll in our One Word Facebook group. Most people have shared their word with online friends, then with their partners. You can share your word here today with us! And give us an update on what you’re learning through it.

This linkup will remain open from July 21 – July 31.

The next One Word linkup will be August 21.

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You can also join our One Word 2021 Facebook group here for more interaction. 

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16 thoughts on “One Word 2021 Linkup for July

    1. blankLisaNotes Post author

      “Perseverance” would have been a great word for me to have chosen this year myself. 🙂 I love your post that to persevere in action we need to first align our thoughts properly.

    1. blankLisaNotes Post author

      I’ve marked my dates for journalling too! I’ve tried to journal several times a week on my word the past couple of months, but not with this type of specificity so I look forward to what God will reveal to me.

  1. blank~ linda

    Thank you., Lisa, for giving me (us) a focus for our One Word for the next 30 days. I like that. I am focusing on my relationship with God as He directs and ordains my journey.

  2. blankDonna

    Lisa, Thank you for your leadership-love the 3 questions you shared for us to work on over the next 30 days-setting dates now! The past month was a good lesson for me in many ways, God led me through the mundane to the extraordinary which tuned out was there all along!

    1. blankLisaNotes Post author

      “through the mundane to the extraordinary” – That is a beautiful journey to be on, Donna. So glad you are part of our group. You make it more rich!

    1. blankLisaNotes Post author

      I always enjoy reading the ways you focus in on your word each month, Lisa. You’ve already reaped such a “harvest.” The group has been wonderful for me also to keep me more accountable. 🙂

  3. blankCindy Taylor

    Reading another book-called Keep it Shut. My one word is sssh/hush. Honestly I believe I am talking a little less and LISTENING a whole lot more. Amazing how often now I’m in a hurry but decide to stay and listen to whatever the cashier is telling me about, or the neighbor who has told me the same story ten times already. Maybe God is using me in those times because that person NEEDS to tell somebody something. Working on my one word every single day!! 😜

    1. blankLisaNotes Post author

      How wonderful that you are able to put your word into action so often, Cindy! I imagine our whole world would be better if we’d all do what you’re doing. 🙂 I’m sure God is using you in many ways because everyone has a need to be listened to, and we’re often not good at giving someone our full attention and time. God bless you on this continued journey.

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