Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

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Have you ever had a dream that haunted you? Wondering if it was simply a collection of random thoughts or something more. I had one of those dreams early this morning.

The jest of the dream was I had not performed my job with excellence. Leaving tasks undone because I had totally forgotten to do them until it was too late. So not me! Not one to procrastinate. On time means before it is due.

Maybe the dream means nothing. Or could it mean?

I have too much on my plate and need to simplify my life. Is there anything I am doing that is causing more stress than benefit?

Could it be the remodel is taking its toll? I have lost count of the number of decisions I have made and continue to make. Remodel errands that interrupt my schedule. Being imprisoned in my bedroom for hours on end. Chaos. Anyone who tells you a major remodel is easy is lying.

A dog sleeping in my room and snoring like a bullhorn. Interrupting my sleep nightly.

Or is there something I need to finish? Someone I need to forgive. Something I am holding on to from the past I need to forget before I can begin the next season of my life.

Living in limbo is not easy. Transitioning from what was to what will be requires vision. Knowing the temporary pain and inconvenience will be worth it in the end. Believing the best is yet to come.

Although I still have more questions than answers. I know the One who does. I trust Him and know He has me in the palm of His hand. And for now, that is enough.

Be a VOICE in the deafening sound of sameness! 



2 thoughts on “What Am I To Believe

  1. I can certainly identify with “too much on my plate” this depicts my life and I think the life of so many others, so much to do always juggling time! That maybe we get lost in the rush of it all and the important stuff hangs on by a thread and we convince ourselves that God is the driving force when really and I love the way you put this “to be in the palm of His hand is enough”

    1. Rita Poynor says:

      Good morning! Yes, too much on your plate results in a lack of closure. Which for me is synonymous with chaos. I don’t know about you, but I can tolerate chaos long for a period of time. Beginning to believe the Lord is tweaking my paradigm regarding chaos. Explaining my level of discomfort. Hoping I learn the lesson soon so I can move on! Have a wonderful week!

Be a VOICE shouting in the silence. Lets love others!

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