Today, I feel torn, worn, and weary. There is a grave responsibility being placed on my shoulders and I have a feeling it is one of many this year. I can give into my fears or stand firmly in the truth of God and how He cares for us. I encourage you to resist the urge to be afraid, relying completely upon His know how, which will show me how.
Nomad’s Log Welcome to Nomad’s Log where I post smaller, more concise blogs about my daily life. One of the hardest lessons you’ll ever have to learn is how you are your own worst enemy. Today, I did an interview with a high school in a lucrative and high academic school district I want desperately …
A small note of encouragement, love, and prayer, pray this prayer with me so we can experience the light and love of God! Help us Lord. We need you.
It’s one thing to say you will not complain, it is a whole another level to stand against self pity, especially when life is not going your way. We can always find something to complain about, but can you challenge yourself and list ten blessings in an effort to praise God, even when it hurts?
After experiencing a major disappointment, job loss, break up, or getting bad news about your health from the doctor it is normal to experience an onslaught of negative and mixed emotions. However, God did not create us to live in the darkness and anguish of our circumstances. Through Jesus Christ we’re presented with two choices, either to rise above emotions and situations through faith or to indulge the problem, feeding its power over us. How we handle, speaks volumes about character. Our response to our misfortunes will lead to acceptance and problem solving, or the dark rabbit hole of self pity. Self pity is a deceitful monster. If we become so focused on our terrible circumstances, we begin to make a monster out of God. Our hole of darkness traps us in misery, separating us from the way of escape.