It wasn’t until I stumbled out of the fog that I realized how tired I was of squinting to find my way. It had been too long, far too long, since I had seen clearly.
There is something about a lack of direction–a lack of clarity and truth– that drains the life and passion right out of the soul, suffocating the spirit. In so many ways life has the ability to slowly lead us into a fog–whether it’s unhealthy manipulative relationships, too many commitments or just the mundane reality of day-to-day living.
It’s as though we wander in and out of the fog as we journey and each time we emerge we are shocked that we didn’t see it develop. If we stop and evaluate life experience, we realize that even ‘fog’ serves a purpose: It is a reminder to stay focused, be alert and keep a firm grasp on truth–much the way a rope is used in a snow storm–so that nothing and no one can lead us away from our destiny.
As the sunshine of truth casts her rays on the fog, something beautiful happens. The refreshing wonder of light shining over the lifting fog inspires new courage, new hope and a new day!
Hello Trudy! I love your story about the daisy. Isn’t it true about making sure we have the petals all in order so that we only hear that He loves us. And yet deep down when we don’t know the love of the Father we can never attain that love. So the search goes on looking everywhere for it. I am trying to get a car load or two for the conference. It sounds wonderful and we so need to be able to dance in the presence of our lover with other believers. Would love to meet you some day. Bless you…….Pat
We’d love to have you come to the conference Pat! It’s going to be a great time! Awesome worship and a lot of women spending time together and with God. What could be better? There is a special rate for groups over 20 so let me know. You can find me & the event on Facebook, if you’re on it, at http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/event.php?eid=130734056974595&ref=ts
Peace & Blessings!