Foggy Thoughts and Fickle Feet

“We make time for what we truly value. We build habits and routines around the things that really matter to us.” —C.J. Mahaney

True statement. But we don’t always like to hear this when it comes to prioritizing time in God’s Word and in prayer in our lives.

The danger of just fitting the Word of God into our day as we have space is that we end up way off course! We suffer from foggy thoughts and fickle feet. Left to ourselves we have trouble discerning what is accurate and true in a situation. We need the plumb line of God’s Word to teach us real truth, to clear our foggy thoughts and to redirect our fickle feet. Continue reading “Foggy Thoughts and Fickle Feet”

Choosing the Best from the Rest

Do you ever feel like Gumby? Stretched and pulled in several directions at once? Decisions to be made at every turn, and yet you find yourself:

  • Questioning whether you’ve made the right choice.
  • Indecisive for fear of choosing the wrong path or overwhelmed by the choices at hand.
  • Discontent for fear there was an option you never explored that could have been THE one.
  • Pressure to conform or perform according to someone else’s standards or expectations —or perhaps your own.

How do we begin to enjoy the moments of life rather than completing a task and jumping to the next thing on our list?

How do we keep from feeling stressed by the daily decisions we must make?

How do we choose the best from the everything else? Continue reading “Choosing the Best from the Rest”