Showing posts from April, 2012
YOU, my friend, were meant for so much more than merely waiting… what are you living for? This is hard to answer sometimes. There are seasons for waiting, but sometimes we are reluctant to get started because the fear of the unknown or just of the circumstances grips us still. C.S. Lewis says it best, "“We are not necessarily doubting that God will do the best for us; we are wondering how painful the best will turn out to be.” Just a tidbit from tonight's thought tornado.

Where Did We Go Wrong

Where did we go wrong?

When did the future only pertain to who I am going to be and where I am going to go? When did love limit itself to my family and a futuristic the one? When did we start thinking there is nothing that can be done to change the world? When did going to Church replace responsibility to Be the Church? When did my life, become My Life?
Where did we go wrong?

Maybe you have started asking these questions too. The last few months have been filled with lots of questioning, seeking, and learning, responding, growing, trusting, doubting, sharing, and waiting. You see, sometimes, I think we get so caught up in the questions that we lose sight of Who may have instilled them and better yet, Who can answer them.

Three years ago, as a high schooler, I faced that all too typical period of “oh goodness, I have to discover myself, I have to make a lot of money and be good at what I do—because forever is a long time!” Silly me. If only I had known that forever is subjective, or as…