Christian based letters to my Grandgirls
This is my last article writing for The Glorious Table. We all come into this world the same. We all face a multitude of messes during our lifetime. What do you do with your mess?
What do you do with the messes of your life? Do you hide them? When your past pops up, do you push it down and away from your conscious mind? Do you think it’s easier to pretend certain things never happened?
When we encounter the messes of life, the temptation is to isolate, to go it alone and cover it up. Why do we do this? Some messes are merely embarrassing, but some are deeply painful. The Enemy tells us we’re foolish to think anyone will understand. He whispers, “You are not worthy.” It’s easier to bury our messes than to expose them.
We fool ourselves when we think it’s easier to hide our messes. Hiding is the Enemy’s idea. Satan wants us to isolate. He wants us to be all alone in the thunderstorm of our own thoughts. Keeping secrets in the darkness is his plan.
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It’s been awhile. So much to do and life takes over. Know that you never leave my heart and I love you deeply.
My post this month, on The Glorious Table, is up. I thought I’d share it here with you. Your Nana is far from perfect. This writing is a vulnerable peek into some messes I waded through in my younger years.
I pray God uses the messes of my life to be a message to you and all those who desire to live godly.
The Christian mother has boundless opportunities to use her gifts and abilities. But how is she to know what God wants her to do with all the opportunities to serve Jesus and others in our busy and fast-paced world?
It’s enticing to choose admirable opportunities to serve, even though it might mean neglecting our God-given appointments. For example, as I raised my children, I allowed myself to be pulled in every direction imaginable. I was a wife, mom, teacher, counselor, pastor’s wife, friend, employee, leader, and more. I remember feeling confused about how to order my life. My home of origin had lacked order and been dysfunctional, and as a result, I often felt aimless as an adult, like a boat without a rudder.
I look back and think, Girl! What were you thinking? You didn’t have a clue.”
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