Friday, September 28, 2012

the last thing we want could be the first thing we need

four letters
two consonants
two vowels
one great big definition

i wake up most days prayerful of God's desires for my day. days like this give my soul a sense of peace, contentment, and deep joy. filling God's need instead of my own is a passion.

some days aren't like that though.
some days are a fight. some days stop you dead in your tracks.
lies are told first thing in the morning. some days i believe them.

today was a God morning and a good morning too. i woke up hopeful.
i visited a favorite blog Emily Freeman. This post on her blog was written by Jeff Goins, author of Wrecked the Book.

Just be still and read part of  this and then click on the link above to read the entire blog.  It is peacefully powerful and a little uncomfortable. Let the discomfort bring you comfort.

Life for us is too comfortable, too predictable. When things get easy, we get bored. So we chase addictions and comforts and stuff to revive our sullen hearts.
We search and strive for more and ultimately end up disappointed, because we’re searching in all the wrong places.
So how do we find the fullness of life and all it has to offer? How do we really live and not merely exist? We’ve got to get out of the bubble. We have to have our world turned upside-down.

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