Tuesday, May 13, 2014
what I learned today
So, I can be pursuing His will and STILL be disobedient by doing things in my own timing.
He offers me rest, and no stress, it's not the circumstances that cause me problems, it's me creating my own agenda from a timing standpoint.
I could instead choose to just sit tight in His will and let Him do the navigating!
I can pictures it - awakening everyday with -- a peaceful soul - content in HIm, anxious in a healthy way to see what He'll reveal to me on this day. Ready to obey but not at all concerned about the details beyond my daily responsibilities.
I continue to complicate His Calling, His life for me.
My brother (who is 9 years younger than I am), described me to a friend as being nearly 60 years old the other day…. this got my attention big time. I keep so busy I don't fully grasp how important it is to choose wisely where and how to invest my life.
Those of you who read my blog hear me wrestle with this same BUSY issue over and over - I'm sorry that I talk about the same things so much. But, when I began this blog it was to honestly document my life daily without worry about who was reading or even if anyone EVER read it. So I continue to endlessly pour out my confession to Almighty God - about the longings of my heart and short-fallings of my days, hoping it can help especially younger believers not to make the same mistakes. Before you know it you too will be 'nearly 60' and beginning to look back instead of forward at your whole life.
This realization of age is not a sad thing at all - but, a wake-up call to how quickly time is passing and I want my time to pass fully within Him - deeply within Him, for without the Lord our lives are completely pointless, COMPLETELY POINTLESS! Let's live purposefully!
But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
MATTHEW 6 : 20 – 21