Uneasy and unsure??? Read….

Feeling a bit uneasy or just unsure? It’s ok, we all have those moments. I’ve been blessed today to have several call or have face to face conversations about Habakkuk? Do you remember this biblical story?

My dad called me today jokingly asking where was I fleeing off to this weekend? He made some “old-man” comment that I cannot remember, but I told him and he told me he is proud that I don’t let things hold me back. I’m his only child. My mom called right before my dad. We have had a true mother/daughter “love, love, we work each other nerves sometimes” relationship.

It was as if they had spoken to each other before they called me, but they hadn’t. Both of them along with several others out of no where referenced this book. I’m not even sure if my parents have talked since they dropped me off for college 😳🧐🤔….

The most interesting thing, this book is not one of the popular ones that I hear in church.

My devotional sent me there first thing this morning (check out the last chapter of Patrica Shrivers book, Discerning the Voice of God) and as I sat outside my house (which I never do very late) my neighbor walks over. I have not seen her in months! She too mentions things out of this very very short text…

So just remember to be still and learn to listen and most importantly have faith about everything! The way my life has been set up, I have no choice and I am definitely a walking testimony. My testimony is so amazing to me because I have been a witness to seeing so many blessings!

So as you challenge that murderer, that rapist, that child molester, that bad lawyer, that bad doctor, that horrible group who disrespected you, remember that what HE does is none of your business because HE will always love you!

Be blessed today and everyday and read Habakkuk 2:2-3.

#ThisThingCalledLife… it ain’t none of your business so be patient!

❤️

2 thoughts on “Uneasy and unsure??? Read….

    1. The story is extremely short but very powerful. He saw things and shared with God. And instead of being patient he wanted HIM to fix things. What he did not know was that God was taking care of things. For me it’s meaning is to have full faith and trust the process without trying to know every single move. As humans sometimes we are so anxious and want to know everything instead of trusting.
      I’ve always trusted and I’ve seen the best outcomes, but sometimes it can be overwhelming to wait…. teaches us faith and stillness.

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