Friday, July 1, 2011


There are some days when the mind jumbles up questions like toss salad and they get all tangled in my brain. For this tumbled mess I have found two things in particular that make a pretty good detangler for my thought processor.

1. Long walks to anywhere.
2. Writing.

It isn't my duty to provide the answers - God will do that in His time. My job is to patiently search and honestly ask the right questions. Here are some questions I penned this week:


What is your will?
What is the regret index of life?
How am I to love with all my heart?
What enables one to live beyond the boundaries of Christian cliches?
How can I remain centered in the riptides of life?
Where does the line between doing my best and manipulation fall?
When is the appropriate time to speak?
What failures have distracted me from my life purpose?
Am I really trusting You?
Is anything obscuring my vision?
Am I being diligent today?
How can I build my endurance for the road ahead?
Am I choosing joy?
Can I remain graceful under the weight of silence?
What is balance?
How am I to live out hope?
Have I accepted Your acceptance?

1 comment:

4Hisgloryforever said...

Your thoughts and questions mirror many of my own. Thank you for sharing. It helps me know there are others who are dealing with many of the same thoughts. Blessings to you my dear. Praying for you. Please pray for me.