Change is in the air. With just a glimpse outside I am reminded of nature's marvelous annual celebration of "newness". But as I turn inward, I cringe. Other than the stunning Spring wonders taking place, I am not a fan of change. Never have been.
Change pushes me far beyond my comfort limits and reveals my true character; my heart, my inner-thoughts, my impatience, my faith (or lack thereof) and my pride. Unfortunately, it isn't pretty. I am reminded I cannot do life on my own. I need my Savior.
The past couple of months have been hurried and brimming with change. I'm weary and a little scared. Where will this change lead me and my family?
Yet, with all the uncertainty that surrounds me, I sense the absolute, never-tiring, never-failing presence of God.
"By day the Lord commands His steadfast love, and at night His song is with me, a prayer to the God of my life." Psalm 42:8
And so, after many deep breaths of prayer, my heart is calmed and, through God, I find the strength to say, Lead me, Lord. I will follow.
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|Sweet, sweet solitude - a time to ponder the leaves|
|Grandpa pushing Wesley on the swing... "Higher, Grandpa! Higher!"|
|The boys clamoring up the ladder so they can race down the slides - over and over again.|
|What joyous laughter!|
|Shhh... I need to take this call.|
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"He gives strength to the weary..." Isaiah 50:29
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