Dependence 

“Dependence is good,” he said.

What pushed me into prayer yesterday:

  • Seeing flawed hearts spilling words out of mouths
  • Watching spirits flail and tantrum desperately attempting to muster control
  • Hearing angry screams bounce off walls
  • Doors slamming, rattling hinges
  • Quiet pain and discouragement on faces
  • Concerns for the future
  • Desire for loving what the Lord loves more than what we love
  • Doubt of the goodness of his timing to intervene
  • Gratitude for the Lord’s faithfulness
  • Confession that his ways are higher than mine
  • Collaborative creativity at work for the body of Christ
  • Gifts uncovered and celebrated
  • Steadfast love not dependent on me
  • The end of my day wrapped up in quiet

 

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