I had such a fun time hosting family this past weekend. : ) We went out to eat (a lot!), laughed plenty, sat by the water, went on walks, enjoyed good wine, worshiped together, and made memories to last a lifetime. And while I enjoyed all this, I'd sadly also thought in the back of my head how my to-do list was growing instead of shrinking. It felt weird and uncomfortable not to be making progress on my 'list.' (Do you have a 'list,' too?) But you know what? I'm still going t
I love the feeling of crossing an item off my to-do list. (Can you relate!?) Recently though, in a quiet moment with God, He revealed to me that those things that I wanted to get done so badly were my desires, and not His.
Whoa. During my quiet time with Him, I recognized that my to-do list was MINE. Not His. And that was unsettling. There are countless demands that compete for our attention every day. We have endless options of items to place on our to-do lists. When I too