Surrender

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Oswald Chambers, in My Utmost for His Highest, for November 14 Beware of being obsessed with consistency to your own convictions instead of being devoted to God….There was never a more inconsistent being on this earth than our Lord, but He was never inconsistent with His Father. The important consistency in a saint is not

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I’m getting another common message.  My friend Heidi, and Soul Revolution author John Burke have both written something I think God’s trying to tell me. Even now, I’m writing instead of taking time to be still…so…I’m gonna go now…

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There’s a lot going on in my head, in my life, in my spirit.  I have wanted to blog about it several times, but I don’t yet have the words. This Experiment has, so far, been the most profoundly impactful thing I’ve done.  It’s bringing things to the forefront that I haven’t really dealt with

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“For the next 60 days, try to stay in a continuous, honest conversation with God, willing to do his will moment by moment.” — SoulRevolution.net This is the beginning of a challenge put forth by John Burke in his soon to be released book, Soul Revolution: How Imperfect People Become All God Intended. John Burke

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Ok, so that’s not quite the analogy I am looking for, but was the closest I could come to describing what I’m going through today. I’ve been looking for the big gold nuggets in among all the little ones. After two intense days at the Leadership Summit, I am now sorting through thoughts and ideas,

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Though it’s still difficult to talk about, I wanted to share here that we found out on Wednesday that I have miscarried. While we wait for the physical eventualities, I am going to remain somewhat offline for a while. Thanks for understanding.

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What do I want? What is stopping me from going after it? Fear? Fear of failure? Fear that if I pursue something I want and it’s not God’s will, then it’s doomed to fail. So…why do anything unless it’s got God’s stamp of approval. Yeah, that’s what my life’s about. Blaming my lack of pursuit

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I recently noticed that I am obsessively alternating between competitiveness and “sour grapes”. If I see something I admire, I want to do/be/have it. If it’s not easy, or possible, then I tear it down in my mind so I don’t want to do/be/have it anymore. I just came upon a beautiful blog called “Noticing