If it were possible for God to be perplexed by us
I wonder which would trouble Him more
Our hearts or our minds?
The sky was filtering early signs of sunlight finally, today.
Just before dawn I noticed and stopped to ponder my wavering faith.
To settle my thoughts on one word, All.
To trust in all my ways with all my heart .
If God were troubled, annoyed, frustrated
Would my less than grateful heart be the cause?
My heart is confident and assured at times, but if reminded somehow of loss or regret I go right back to solemn and sullen. So quickly my mood can move from presence of good to overshadowed by the past.
So, I’m wondering this morning what life would be like if God grew impatient and bewildered when we turn our hearts back to the shadows and we
get stuck there
unwilling to embrace goodness.
Would he be more confounded by darkened hearts or questioning minds?
Minds that doubt His design, losing sleep.
A prayer before sleep last night, a lament of surrender led me to wake earlier today. Vacant thoughts slowly led to recall of a “memory verse” that beckoned me forward.
Trust more, Lisa.
All your heart, not just a little.
All your ways, not just some.
And then in the quiet, a reply, “It’s good that you’re back, Lisa. Hope you stay a little longer this time.”
Grace, grace, God’s grace.
He’s a good, good Father.