It was a rough sleep last night...
A tossing and turning, rolling and moaning, smashing the pillow kind of night.
It's never a good idea to go to bed with an unresolved issue on your mind.
But I was too tired to deal with it so off to bed I went, taking comfort in the thought that a good night's sleep can often cure whatever ails you.
But as I said, it was not a good night's sleep.
And I did not feel cured as the sun slipped over the horizon, through the lace curtains, and into my bleary eyes.
So now I'm sitting here with my "Life is Beautiful, Capture Every Moment" mega-cup of coffee...
Finally thinking clearly and understanding what I should have taken the time last night to work through..
"By daily practicing our trust in Him, we will realize that whatever He calls us to do is always in our best interest, even if it seems difficult or miniscule by our own personal measuring tape." Ken Boa
Yup, that's what I read in my devotional this morning...in red, glowing, larger-than-life letters.
Remember when you were a kid and your parents told you, "Trust me, this will be good for you?"And it always was? Even if it did hurt a little?
Well, it seems like my Heavenly Father has that same belief system...
What doesn't kill you makes you stronger...or something like that.
You see, in a moment of unreserved passion, I volunteered to lead a study with the same group I had just done Truth Project with. (Yeah, I know, you're not supposed to end a sentence with "with" but right now that does not seem important.)
This Righteous Living series seemed a perfect follow-up to Truth Project...what to do with all the head knowledge we had just gained.
So this fool rushed in where angels dared not go and volunteered to lead it.