Today, I saw a Beth Moore post. She is an author I like to read, a sound, wise woman. Sometimes, I don't like her advice, her answers not because I think she is wrong - usually quite the contrary.
I wish I could remember the title of the link I hit because it seemed uplifting - not at all like I am about to pin your forehead to the wall - often I am only surfing so my mind can't worry. Anyway, I didn't expect the series of slides that I found. Two in particular grabbed my attention. One said:
""This is faith. Faith is not believing in my own unshakable belief. Faith is believing an unshakable God when everything in me trembles and shakes.'
The second read:
"What we know is more important than how we feel."
I knew when I read these words, they had been placed in the feed just for me, and I knew I would want to write about them. However, the words that would explain these lessons for me fall upon the page with way too much preaching and not enough walking tonight - so I'll get back to you on those sentences of commentary that might make personal these two pithy remarks.
For now, I'll rest in the knowledge that God is good and that I am a mess.