What would you do for a Klondike bar? No, seriously, what do you do when you don’t know what to do but keep doing what you’re doing because doing nothing isn’t an option?
And how does it feel when you’re wanting to feel more than what you’ve been feeling because what you’ve been feeling isn’t the place to be?
And where do you go for assistance when you’re assisting others who don’t ever think of assisting you because assisting is the last thing that they desire to do anyway?
How do you trust what you know can’t be trusted so you trust in what isn’t seen but then you question can you trust that because you’re waiting for the answers and provisions you’ve been trusting in?
Why do you make progress only to feel like it’ll so quickly be taken away because you were progressing by making a healthy and conscious decision?
And why ask questions when questions don’t always lead to the answers or resources that you need to keep you from generating more questions?
Just wondering… maybe…. perhaps… possibly… considering…. eh
2 thoughts on “Question after question”
Those are great questions! I can tell you what I do, and that is I go to the source. I keep my eyes on the source.
Psalm 121:2 says “My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.”
What works for me is that I quote scripture. Quoting scripture helps to get my mind off of my circumstances and onto the one who can change them. Usually once I start saying the first one I can feel a change in my spirit.
If I’m feeling down, I’m having a bad day, my finances are all jacked up, I’m frustrated with school, I start quoting.
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me…“ “He that is in me is greater than he that is in the world…” “ No weapons formed against me shall prosper…“ “God shall supply all of my needs…” “Delight yourself in the Lord and he will give you the desires of your heart…“
I don’t try to pick the right scripture for the right situation. I just start my list. It only takes a few seconds for his peace to come.
As long as you’re focusing on your circumstances, as long as you’re trying to find the answers to the questions, it will always be a struggle. That’s because these battles are spiritual. The Lord is there to fight for you.
I encourage you to come up with your own list and instead of trying to figure things out yourself speak your scriptures and let the peace of the Lord come over you; and then listen.
Have a great day!
On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 8:51 PM Virgobeauty’s Blog wrote:
> virgobeauty posted: ” What would you do for a Klondike bar? No, seriously, > what do you do when you don’t know what to do but keep doing what you’re > doing because doing nothing isn’t an option? And how does it feel when > you’re wanting to feel more than what you’ve been feeli” >
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We’ve had many convos and you know you’re the best. Thanks for the great advice. It’s a wonderful idea that I’ll put to use starting now. Thanks, and you have a great day too. Eyes on the prize. 💛