Thinking About It?

May 13, 2008 at 12:43 am 2 comments

I hope that you will check into sharing your f*aith-walk here with people seeking around the world.  The door is WIDE OPEN!

I cannot imagine another way, at this stage of my life, to go to Africa, Asia, all over the world.  It is such a unique way to “go into all the world”.  It’s an unbelievable opportunity for anyone who feels led, however, there are some hard questions as you sign on, asking you to be an authentic disciple, solid in your own walk and commitments before you join on. 

Check out the post below for more details, don’t be afraid if God is leading.  You won’t regret it.  Ask me any question on your mind about it.  I won’t try to talk you into it, but I will talk to you about it if you are interested.

Me, today?  I’m painting.  I just got the rollers washed out (for the millionth time, it seems) and it’s 1AM.  I’m feeling snack-y, again.  The smell of paint must bring it out of me.  Felt God speaking to me, teaching me, tonight as I painted.  I love the Holy Spirit in us who teaches us as we work–makes it such an intimate joy to work together. 

Tonight’s thought as I paint:  a strong desire for “one solid color”…nothing peeking through, sticking out, or overlapping.  One.  Only one.   Covering all else until it is all we see is One and only One.

 

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Stacey  |  May 13, 2008 at 12:53 pm

    ok, ok. 🙂

  • 2. gchyayles  |  May 13, 2008 at 8:57 pm

    I will definitely be praying about it. Especially during this time of rest from work and going to school for counseling, God may be directing my attention there. Thank you for being the vessel through which God can transmit His will to His people 🙂

    I am amazed at how God can talk to us through various activities that on the surface, may have nothing to do with our faith walk [paint?!] AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME GOD that we serve!

    I love to paint btw. Wish I was nearby to help! I would have it all over my nose and hands though; I tend to get fidgety :/

    Love ya!

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