3 thoughts on “Feelings”

  1. Now, I don’t know this, of course, but it wouldn’t surprise me AT ALL, if it was exactly in that moment (after a month of drainedness), in that moment of “weakness,” that then your strength was noted. In the moment that you didn’t see it, it was seen. At that point you had to pretty much leave it to God. Now you get to do the same thing! Stop the comparing, and wait on Him and see what develops. Haven’t read Uncommon Decency, but maybe the term could also refer to our attitude of uncommonly, and decently, waiting on God to answer in His time. (Yeah, ok, I guess you can quote this back to me at some point, if you really feel you need to. 🙂 Lovin’ you.


  2. Just preached on Psalm 139 a couple Sundays ago! Love you, too!

    “I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth” (3 John 1:4)


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