Are you so busy that the idea of following God a divine journey sounds impossible?
I’m always in a hurry! I rush from meetings to projects, then to the laundry room to rescue Mr. 4-Ever’s shirts before I have to add ironing to my long to do list.
At the grocery store, I silently hum You got to move it, move it to myself as I weave around browsers or wait impatiently at the cash register.
In staff meetings, I take copious notes on one page and write a list of things I need to do when I get home on the next page.
I’ve never been a woman who enjoyed the journey. I’m more of a destination kind of girl.
But, lately I’ve been thinking that I’m missing some of the magical moments God has planned for me along the way because I’m too rushed to see them, much less enjoy them.
What if I could let myself off the hook about having to do everything quickly or that I have to do everything myself or that everything I do has to be done perfectly or it’s a complete failure?
How can I think of life as a DIVINE JOURNEY? A journey that will take twists and turns, but will make my journey interesting and create the margin in my life to feel alive and free.Read More›