To obey means to obey regardless
The book is not finished. Nonetheless, the blogs are back! As God continues to take me through this faith-filled journey I’m amazed at the twists and turns in the road of life. Typically, once I make specific plans about a particular project, such as sharing my story through a published book, I expect to finish what I have originally started, thinking God’s sovereignty is somehow intricately involved within the ultimate purpose of what I might be doing.
Frankly, I do not like to start something without a sense of completion, in which it feels like some loose ends are left untied. These feelings of weakness and inadequacy majorly mess with my organized temperament. Yet the faith-filled lifestyle is not linear nor is it two-dimensional in its nature. “If – then” deductive reasoning from our human perspectives is not always compatible with the movement of God in our lives.
To obey means to obey regardless – even if the book pages are painstakingly written by me without formal printing. Commonly in our walk of faith, additional trials happen. And they happen inconveniently for our growth in God. In a nutshell, this is what I’ve undergone over the past six months. I can still feel the smoothing action of iron sharpening iron deep within my soul.
Keep me on your favorites about spiritual transformation. You can begin this exciting journey of transformation regardless if you’re living with chronic pain or if you’re struggling against horrendous obstacles.