I have had some time over the last few weeks to think over some areas of my life. With the holidays, I have had more opportunity to spend time with my family while pulling back from other things. God can sometimes give us a healthy and fresh perspective when doing this.
A few weeks ago – I struggled to blog something “Christmas (ee)”. There was simply nothing in my mind I felt would remotely interest you. There was only one thing that I found myself journaling about….my past. I wasn’t quite sure why God was having me rehash all those yucky memories all over again but it was where my mind traveled. It didn’t seem edifying to write such things to you at the time. However; I do recall telling my blog followers from the very beginning that I would be honest and sincere about my thoughts and the struggles to encourage as we each travel this journey.
My journal entries two weeks ago are so true. It revealed to me that when I was a child – I had it; faith that is. I fully understood cognitively that I had no rights and no power or authority in this world. I understood that I was nothing. When I was afraid, I prayed so sweetly as I recall now, saying, “Jesus…”, in my bed at night. When I didn’t know what to do, I would say, “God…” I’m not sure at what point in my life I got the false idea that suddenly I had power and authority and actual control. Where did I get the audacity to
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Journal of a Sinner, Listening for that Still Small Voice
ISBN-10: 1498413064, ISBN-13: 978-1498413060
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