True Surrender is not a single action but a posture in life, yielding ourselves - our whole selves - to God.
- Margaret Feinberg

Daily Surrender 
Surrender. The word brings to mind wounded and bloodied, battle-weary soldiers trudging back to camp, shoulders hunched and faces downcast. Surrender can mean humiliation and failure.

But surrender can also be a positive word. Surrendering our lives to God is not the result of losing a battle. God does not intend humiliation and failure for us, but rather life in his abundance. When we surrender - we win! This new picture of surrender is not of head hanging in failure but of hands raised in victory.

And as Margaret Feinberg suggest, this surrender is not a single action. We must surrender daily. Each morning before our feet hit the floor, we surrender to God, asking him to take over, to walk us through the battles, to bring his victory into our lives. Wave the white flag. Surrender daily. In the end, you win. 

Psalms 25:4-5
Show me thy ways, O LORD; teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.