I don’t know what hurts more….heartbreak or Church hurt.
Paths are a funny thing. Some are winding. Some are straight. There are some that may be covered in brambles and haven’t seen daylight in ages. Yet, they all lead somewhere
We sometimes get so wrapped up in “He said, she said,” that we forget. We forget that people in general cannot stand against us when we have God on our side.
Since God doesn’t lie we need to start believing and walking in the promises that he gave us. This is a lot easier said than done. Mostly because this requires us to move on faith and obedience in order to activate and make it a reality.
“God knows my heart.”
That statement is usually said before, during, or immediately after doing something that we as Christians have no business doing at all…
People are always watching. Always watching and waiting. It is why it is sometimes hard to “make the most of every opportunity,” well that and because we’re human.
It’s easy how we sometimes forget that we have the power to move mountains. To forget that the word tells us we can. To forget that we can be assigned…
Often times we ask God to change us, to clean us and to make us over and then we fight Him every step of the way. We question evey move, disobey every directive, and complain when changes take place.
Distractions are a strange thing….
You see, they never bother you when you are not doing what you are supposed to be doing. That is to say those, distractions don’t come when you are not walking in the will of God, or at least trying too, anyway.
Ever looked around and it seems like everyone is moving fast but you’re standing still?
It’s like something straight out of a movie. Picture it – camera pans over and you walk onto the scene or into house or restaurant or wherever (pick a place) and the world slows down, the lights dim, and a voiceover starts: “I bet you’re wondering how I got here…to this place…at this time…with these people…well, yeah. Me too.” Or something like that