Well, that’s not quite the right analogy, but it’s what popped into my head. In my illness and my quiet reflective time, I have learned what it means to be weak.
I MUST embrace (or more accurately, fully accept) my weakness. And I must practice being strong with God’s strength.
And that means I must stop playing around and address the #1 issue that faces me.
Before I can expect any direction from God in my life, I have to be up and out of the pit I’m in. I can’t travel until I’m up on Solid Ground. Until I’m standing firmly on The Rock.
For those one or two people who read this blog – I have started yet another. It’s a pit-based blog. I will only write in it for as long as it takes for me to fight that fight.
I promise. Once I figure out which of these blogs are the most “me”, I will merge them and be more “united”. Until then…