I woke up this morning way before the alarm was set to go off
so headed out to the living room for some study time.
I fixed me a bottle of water, grabbed my Bible and notebook
and settled myself in the recliner.
As I began writing I asked the Lord to show me what he wanted me to focus on today.
Today is our Monday,
the first day back at work,
with lots already on the calendar:
Changeover Meeting at 9,
Normalcy Training from 10 to 12,
Ron has a follow up dental appointment at 12:50,
Pick up boys at 3:30 and then go, go and go some more.
I opened my notebook ~ it has been 16!!! days since I last spent any time in the Word, being quiet before the Lord!!!
Where is my follow through?
What happened to my intentions?
No, don’t go down the trail of beating myself up ~
it is what it is!!
No excuses! It is what it is!!!
My mouth/teeth are killing me ~ I know I need to get back to the dentist.
What goes through my mind is FEAR of the dentist, COST of any procedures,
but the pain is so intense…grabbed a couple of Ibuprofen,
back to my Bible and spending time in God’s word.
I prayed “Lord, show me what you want me to focus us today”
“Lord help me not to be a stumbling block to others, forgive those who hurt me, no matter how many times they hurt me, help me to respond in Love & Respect”
2 Timothy 4:6-8
“Lord help me to fight the good fight, help me to finish the race strong and most importantly, help me to keep my faith strong in You!”
~ Quitting is not an option
~ Need to believe and that IT (whatever IT is) can be done
~ Do not let discouragement or unbelief set in
~ Run with purpose, keep focused on the goal
~ Don’t let negative talk control me
~ Keep moving forward, keep your eyes on the end goal
~ Remember challenges can be overcome
~ Keep moving, one foot in front of the other
“Lord help me to focus on today, the moment, the Big and Short goals. Lord help me to keep Your word on the tip of my tongue.”
God is faithful.
The promises he makes, he keeps.
If I am determined to hold on, the fog will eventually clear.
“going around in circles”
I find myself starting over so often!
But then I am reminded that
And so I tell myself it’s okay to go in circles,
because even going round in circles the journey
is a bit different.
Thank you Lord for this journey I am on.
Thank you Lord for supplying all our needs.
Thank you Lord for loving me just the way I am,
in all my foibles and along all the circles I find myself going,
Thank you Lord for never letting me go.
Thank you Lord that you give us “redo’s”
Thank you Lord for this life you have given me!