I’m in a spot of waiting.
Waiting for God to move and speak. For doors to open and eyes to see more clearly.
I have questions and am searching. Evaluating my life and heart.
Where am I?
Am I living out who God created me to be?
Asking questions forces us to come to a place of personal brokenness before God. To admit I need help and don’t have answers is humbling. We don’t want to look closely at our souls and hearts. What are we going to find? Are we still going to be accepted by the people around us?
Looking for answers and asking questions tries our patience and makes our hearts heavy. The place of waiting and being still, craving to understand when you can’t, and waiting for light that our hearts are the most pliable. This is when we are the most used for God’s work. It’s only through these times of coming to a place of heart searching that we can become vulnerable and receive fullness of Jesus and His Joy.
Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fullness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore. Psalms 16:11
May we surrender to the God of TRUTH!