Refreshing Hearts One Sentence At A Time
This year began with an idea that I had hoped to fulfill -- to learn how to do everything. Well, as usual, God had different plans. I have done a few items on my list, and while I most certainly can do many activities on the list, I won't guilt myself if I don't end up writing a blog post every week on one of those items. After all, I suppose learning To Not Be Guilt-Ridden should be on the list. Soon I can write about how to ride a camel in the dessert, how to barter in an old-school Arabic market, buying a house, managing stress, and surviving the end of the world. But that will be tomorrow or the day after.
For now, I just wanted to say that I'm still here.
I am taking it one day at a time, and I hope you will too.
Don't be guilt-ridden about the tasks which were supposed to be accomplished. There is a time for everything that is supposed to happen. So if you didn't fulfill your dreams today, your task list yesterday, or the grocery list the day before, pause for a moment and embrace what you did have time to do. And how can you find the gift in it?
After all, maybe your task list isn't as important as the unknown jobs God has created for you, and you may just find them riding camels in the desert.
But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. (1 Corinthians 1:9)
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